16.66 Acres, Main Street

Carlton Scroop, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 3AR

Guide price  £135,000


Around 16.66 acres (6.74 hectares) fronting the A607, just outside the village of Carlton Scroop. The field is flat and level at the western end adjoining the main road and then rises up at the east end of the field. An area of hardstanding and a stone road has been constructed along the southern boundary and leads up to a small lake with an island in the centre.


The land is located near to the small village of Carlton Scroop on the east side of the A607 Grantham to Lincoln road. The land lies around 9 miles north of Grantham, 16 miles south of Lincoln, 7 miles east of Sleaford and 10 miles west of Newark.

The land

The land is divided into two fields. The western field has an area of around 10.16 acres and has been in arable production, but is now cropped with a grass ley. The eastern field which slopes steeply is around 6.5 acres and has now been excavated to create a lake.

Agricultural land classification

The land is shown as part grade 2 and part grade 3 on the DEFRA agricultural land classification map.

Soil series & cropping potential

The western end of the land is classified by the soil survey of England as being part of the Banbury Association, soils that are well drained brashy fine and coarse loamy over iron stone and suited to winter cereals and potatoes.

The eastern end of the land is part of the Wickham 2 Association, slowly permeable and seasonal waterlogged fine loam over clayey soils suited to winter cereals and grass.


There is access from the public road in the south western corner of the field and this was granted planning permission by South Kesteven District Council on the 10th May 2012 under application number S12/0723/FULL. Copies of this permission and site plan are available from the agents.

Easements wayleaves & rights of way

The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all existing easements, wayleaves and rights of way whether or not specifically mentioned in these particulars.

Tenure & possession

Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.


There are no services connected to the land, however the previous owner suggests that the land is crossed by a water main which previously supplied a water trough. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquires to the cost and availability of services.


The land may be viewed on foot only during daylight hours, with a copy of these particulars to hand.


James Mulhall 01522 504304

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