Pebmarsh: Price tag of £3.9m for ‘versatile’ farm

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh - Credit: Archant

An arable farm which comes with an area of lake is being put on the market with a price tag of £3.9million.

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh - Credit: Archant

Hunts Hall Farm, a 260 acre property at Pebmarsh, near Halstead, is being offered up for sale through estate agents Savills as a whole or in three lots.

Savills describes it as “a versatile residential and commercial farm located in an attractive part of north Essex”.

The property includes a Grade II listed farmhouse, an extensive range of modern and traditional farm buildings and good quality arable land. Hunts Hall itself is a four bedroom period farmhouse and is adjacent to the farmstead but located within its own garden and grounds.

The agricultural buildings provide ample storage for grain and machinery, with a total grain storage capacity of 5,360 tonnes, and further buildings for a variety of agricultural uses.

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh

Hunts Hall Farm, Pebmarsh - Credit: Archant


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Two large poultry buildings provide additional income as does a range of 16 wooden stables, subject to planning permission, together with a manège.

There is a family shoot and, on the eastern side of the farm, more than half of an attractive lake which is let to a local fishing club.

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The undulating landscape includes areas of woodland with further features supported by an environmental scheme.

Gi d’Angibau of Savills’ Chelmsford office said she expected a lot of interest in the sale.

“Hunts Hall Farm offers great commercial and sporting potential as well as its amenity appeal,” she said.

“It is situated in a popular part of the county and we expect interest from both local buyers as well as investors looking to add to existing portfolios.

“Good arable farms in this area are rare to the market so it will be interesting to see who buys it.”

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