Newark farm with plenty of potential

Shirley, Andrew
February 2008
Farmers Weekly;2/22/2008, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports Bruton Knowles is selling a Nottinghamshire farm that could appeal to property developers and farmers. High Brecks Farm at East Markham, near Newark, includes a Grade II, five-bed listed house in need of total renovation and a range of barns that also needs some changes. This is reflected in the £1.25 million guide price, which values the farm's 217 acres at around £4000/acre.


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