A 350-ACRE farm that has just come onto the market in Great Stukeley could be a potential business centre – according to the agents looking to sell it for £3.5million.

A 350-ACRE farm that has just come onto the market in Great Stukeley could be a potential business centre – according to the agents looking to sell it for £3.5million.

Grange Farm, just two miles from the centre of Huntingdon, represents a golden prospect for investment in the current market place, say King West and Godmanchester-based John Martin & Associates, the farm agents behind the sale.

“The 343 acre complex offers highly productive land, an attractive residential location and diversified non-farming employment options, as well as development potential,” said King West director, Rupert West.

“It is not often that you find a property that combines more than two of these four attributes and, in that respect, it is probably unique.”

Mr West added: “Farming businesses, especially those that have diversified, make a significant contribution to the rural economy in East Anglia. They also play a vital role in helping to support the local population.

“Subject to statutory consents, Grange Farm could bring business and job opportunities to Great Stukeley. It has all the ingredients for an investor to integrate a business centre which would offer real prospects for the community in and around Huntingdon.”

INFORMATION: King West is on 01858 411539 or e-mail ctemplar@kingwest.co.uk