A block of 123 acres of farmland with development potential on the south coast has come to the market through Savills.

The land is on the edge of Stubbington, between Southampton and Portsmouth, and is available as a whole or in three lots.

Mainly arable with a small area of woodland, the land has been worked and managed under a contract farming agreement and doesn’t currently have planning permission.

Tom Eyston of Savills rural agency team said: “The land is conveniently located with good road and transport links and we are anticipating a great deal of interest from a range of buyers, due to the opportunity presented for potential strategic development, being on the edge of an existing settlement, or for natural capital and biodiversity net gain uses.”

The land at Stubbington is being marketed by Savills with guide prices ranging from £850,000 for 31 acres to £3,100,000 for the whole 123 acres.

For more information, contact Savills rural agency team on 01962 857404