Tewes Farm, which extends to approximately 911ac and has three farm cottages on site, has been brought to the market by Bidwells with a guide price of £10,950,000.

The farm is situated in the village of Little Sampford in North Essex, and has 890.10ac of arable land and 17.28ac of woodland.

The arable land is mainly Grade 2 with two small areas of Grade 3. The soils are predominantly of the Hanslope series being slowly permeable clayey soils well suited to winter cereal crops.

At the centre of the farm is an area of Ludford series being deep, well drained fine loam and sandy soil suitable for cereals, roots and some horticultural crops.

Tewes Farm is entered into a Mid Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme.

The farm buildings include a new grain store with a capacity of 3,000t and with an under floor drying system and automatic grain stirrers. A second grain store has a 600t capacity.

In addition, there is a machinery store and a sprayer store/workshop with staff facilities.

There are three cottages at Tewes Farm. One is a two-bedroom cottage, one is a three-bedroom and the other is a four-bedroom cottage.

Bidwells property advisor, James Wood, said: “The sale of Tewes Farm offers a rare opportunity to acquire a large, commercial, highly attractive residential arable farm in the desirable village of Little Sampford, North Essex.

“Tewes Farm has been owned for generations by the vendor family and has been professionally farmed and managed with exemplary care and attention to detail.

“The property includes a commercial block of farmland with farm buildings and a portfolio of residential property.”