The land extends to 41.11 acres (16.64 ha) comprising a single well shaped arable field directly to the south of the main village and sheltered on the southern and eastern boundaries by mature woodland belts which offer pleasant amenity and screening.
A drainage channel runs alongside the eastern boundary.
The land is identified as predominantly Grade 3 on the DEFRA Land Classification Plan and is of the Evesham and Sutton Soil Series, ideally suited to growing cereals and other arable crops.
The land is situated directly adjacent to the village of Fen Drayton and the A14 trunk road, to the north west of Cambridge. The land is principally accessed from the north via Fen Drayton High Street, though a right is reserved to take access directly from the A14.
From High Street, Fen Drayton, the land can be accessed via a gated track from the public highway with adjacent footpath.