Extending to approximately 750 acres, which includes about 650 acres of Grade I & II arable land and 96 acres of pasture land situated between Gravesend and Rochester. The land is available as a whole, or in three lots, with a closing date for tenders set for Friday 22 June 2018.

There is a collection of modern farm buildings at Queens Farm, set around a substantial concreted yard, including a grain store with a capacity of 2,000 tonnes and a cattle yard. The land is split into several blocks and the soils predominantly belong to the Fyfield series, characterised by deep, well drained, often stoneless soils. The arable land has been used to grow a variety of combinable crops and is currently under a rotation of Wheat and Beans. Part of the land is used to grow vegetable crops and there is a 5,000,000 gallon reservoir, currently with the benefit of an abstraction licence and irrigation. The pasture land includes part of the Shorne Marshes, where there is potential for additional income from Countryside Stewardship.

There is an option to rent a substantial farmhouse and a farm worker’s cottage, which will undergo improvements prior to the tenancy commencing. A viewing day will be held on 9 May and interested applicants are encouraged to register with the agents.

Matthew Sawdon of Hobbs Parker said: “This is a rare opportunity to let a highly productive farm with excellent facilities and we are already receiving a high number of enquiries from farmers throughout the county and beyond.”

Location Gravesend, Kent

Price To let

Area 750 acres

Contact Matthew Sawdon | 01233 506268 | www.hobbsparker.co.uk