About 98.80 acres (39.99 hectares)
The land is gently undulating and slopes from north to south. It is predominantly Grade 3 with the soil types being a mix of mainly Andover 1 (well drained silty soil over chalk and Carstens (a well drained clay and fine silty soils). Both
are capable of growing winter cereals and grass.
All of the land is in a ring fenced single block with access from off the public highway. It is a mix of mainly pasture with a single field to the south in an arable rotation. The grassland is divided into seven fields all of which have access to water troughs. The land is in good
heart and well fenced.
The land is split 38 acres of arable and 61 acres of grassland
The land at Lower Manor Farm is an attractive block of land located on the rural Hampshire/Berkshire border to the south of
the village of Ashmansworth and north of Hurstbourne Tarrant.
The land lies to the west of the A343 which is the main Andover to Newbury road. The land is well connected with Andover about 8 miles to the south with nearby access onto the A303
and Newbury about 9 miles to the north with access onto the M4 and A34.