Over 100 acres of farmland is up for sale on the Powys border. 

One hundred acres of permanent pastureland in South Shropshire near the Powys border is for sale by informal tender in eight lots with a guide price of between £7,000 and £10,000 per acre.

Tenders for the land at Rhoneth Farm, in the rural hamlet of Whitcott Keysett between Clun and the border at Anchor, must be received by agents Halls at the company’s Battlefield headquarters in Shrewsbury by noon on Monday, June 3.


“This permanent pastureland has been used for grazing by livestock and mowing for grass conservation,” said Peter Willcock from Halls, who is handling the sale. “The land is situated in an area renowned for its heavy stocking capabilities.”

The eight blocks of land, which range from 1.38 to 45 acres, are being sold following the recent death of Vin Morris.

All the lots are dependent on natural water supplies and the land is included within a Countryside Stewardship Mid-Tier Agreement that ends on December 31, 2024.

Halls added: “There are five small lots ranging in size from 1.38 to 3.31 acres, which have good access and are detached from the remainder of the farm. The three larger blocks extend to 20, 23 and 45 acres, respectively.”