Carlton House Farm is known as being one of the most productive arable farms in north Suffolk. The farm comprises a block of Grades 2 and 3 soils of the Hanslope and Beccles Series from which cropping yields have been higher than average for many years and investment in drainage and buildings means the farm is capable of efficient management.
Trinity Place is the principal farmhouse and has comfortable family accommodation in a secluded location with wonderful gardens, a traditional barn, stabling and paddocks.
Manor Farmhouse is the secondary house and is situated in an equally quiet setting with a range of barns. The modern grain storage is ideally situated to the centre of the farm at Mettingham Castle Farmyard and offers about 4,300 tonnes of modern grain storage with further general storage buildings opposite.
Of the total acreage, about 1,177 acres are to arable cultivation with the fields being of a size easily managed by large machinery. Across the entire farm there are about 40 acres of woodland, and coupled with some well managed hedges and many ponds, the farm is also strong in amenity.
Carlton House Farm therefore offers a rare opportunity to acquire a productive and efficient arable farm with added amenity, all in a wonderfully quiet situation.
Carlton House Farm is an exceptional arable farm situated on the Suffolk Norfolk border. The farm is gently rolling and lies in a particularly quiet location between the villages of Mettingham and Ilketshall St Andrew, with easy access to local towns including Bungay, Beccles and Halesworth.
Regular train services to London's Liverpool Street Station are found at Halesworth and Diss and Southwold is found on the Heritage Coast a little way away.