Land suitable for viticulture

Property Posted 20/08/14
Land at Barham Court near Canterbury in Kent is available from Strutt and Parker.

The 37 acres of productive arable land suitable for viticulture lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Barham is a well-sheltered village in a valley setting, lying at the heart of a region that is well known for its early vegetable and fruit production. The land comprises one productive arable field dissected by a public bridleway and is currently used for conventional combinable crop production. The land is also considered suitable for viticulture due to its location, aspect and free draining loamy-chalk soil type. Experts think that the land is ideal for establishing long term cropping vines such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meu-nier for the production of high quality bottle fermented sparkling wine.

Location Barham, Kent
Price £475,000
Area 37 acres

Contact Nigel Porter 01227 473 711 Canterbury office

www.struttandparker.com


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