334ac at Worcestershire sees productive farmland for sale on 9 lots

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Written by Hayley Lynch

McCarthey’s auctioneers currently has for sale Earls Ditton Farm, an eight-bedroom home, situated on 334ac of land at Hopton Wafers, Kidderminster, Worcestershire.

The property is located just minutes from Cleobury Mortimer and is close to several schools and public services.

9 lots


Lot one comprises 7.6ac including the main farmhouse. The residence is one of the larger settlements in the West Midlands, having exceptional views due to being built at an elevated angle.



John Uffold, consultant at McCartneys, explained that the five character barns, on the same lot as the main house, offer a great opportunity for development.

“The barns have been granted planning permission with building plans already drawn up,” he said.

The land is situated with easy public highway access and has got the advantage of a possible addition of paddocks, with large gardens attached to it.

The remaining eight lots, on 326.3ac, have a mixture of excellent arable and pasture land.

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The farmland is mostly in a ring fence and well served by public highway.

Uffold said: “The farm offers a great opportunity for someone looking to purchase as a whole or those looking to obtain some productive farmland.”


Viewings of this property will be held on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, July 24, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm;
  • Tuesday, July 30, from 2:00pm to 6:00pm;
  • Friday, August 2, from 2:30pm to 5:30pm;
  • Sunday, August 4, from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.


The property is for sale as a whole or in nine lots. Alternatively, prospective buyers can suggest a combination of lots. Price is available on application. Further information is available online.

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