Spring is always the time of year when landowners look to sell, says a Rugby estate agent.
Tim Howard, of Howkins & Harrison’s Land and Farms department, says vendors are beginning to take action.
He said: “Spring is always the time of year when landowners looking to sell – put their property on the market. It looks at its best, the weather has improved and there is still some time left in the year for buyers to get use out of the land.”
This year is one of the busiest for some time in terms of land and farms that are currently on the market. Howkins & Harrison is launching a 172-acre arable farm in Bedfordshire to the market, as well as 250 acres of land in south Warwickshire in two blocks – two instructions likely to attract a lot of interest. Closer to Rugby and already launched to the market are 25 acres of arable land and buildings in Hillmorton as well as 45 acres of land and buildings in Leamington Hastings. Lower Fosse Farm in Combrook is a 49-acre pasture farm with farmhouse which has the potential for conversion to a residential dwelling. Queens Oak Farm in Pottersbury, Northamptonshire is a 45-acre pasture farm.
For more information contact Jeff Paybody or Tim Howard in the Rugby Rural department on (01788) 564680.