Versatile block of grassland for sale in Herefordshire

Published October 6th, 2015

An attractive block of grassland suitable for amenity, equestrian and agricultural use has come on the market in Herefordshire with Berrys.

Extending to 20.60 acres (8.33 hectares) or thereabouts, the land at World’s End, Norton Canon has permission for an agricultural storage building and is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of  £170,000 for the whole, although the seller will consider lotting, subject to negotiation.

The property is situated between the villages of Norton Cannon and Stanton on Wye, approximately 11.5 miles north west of Hereford and 14.5 miles south west of Leominster.

“Located in a secluded position, this attractive block of pasture is suitable for agricultural, equestrian and amenity use (subject to planning consents) and has permission for an agricultural storage building,” said Ben Corbett, partner of Berrys at the Hereford office.

“The land is split into four enclosures one of which includes a small pond in its corner. The land is easily accessible via a private roadway along which the property has right of way.”

The land has not been registered with the Rural Payments Agency so the purchaser(s) will need to register the land and provide entitlements to be able to claim Basic Payment Scheme on the land. The land is not included within any Stewardship Schemes and there is a restrictive covenant on one of the fields which permits the land to be used only for agricultural purposes.

The land may be viewed during daylight hours with a set of particulars to hand.

For more information contact Ben Corbett at the Herefordshire office of Berrys at Kinnersley on 01544 598080, email or download the particulars at

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BSc (Hons) MSc MRICS
Chartered Surveyor
Tel: 01432 809831
Mobile: 07799 902948

Ben is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and a registered valuer, he joined Berrys in October 2013. Previously he worked for a large farm management company and for Savills where he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2006.

Ben manages the Hereford office and the growing range of services that the office delivers. He specialises in valuations, rural property consultancy, and rural property and business advice including planning and development consultancy.