428 acres, Hexham, Northumberland

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For Sale - Offers Over £2,250,000


Stock farm with farmhouse and cottage in Northumberland

Northumbrian stock farm within commuting distance of Newcastle. Listed 5 bedroom farmhouse and 2 bedroom cottage. Range of traditional and modern farm buildings. 43 acres arable land, 265 acres mowable grassland, 114 acres permanent pasture. About 428 acres. Available as a whole or in 5 lots.

Fell House Farm is a productive stock farm with a range of traditional Grade 2 buildings and some more modern buildings. The farm extends to approximately 428.77 acres. The land is classified as Grade 3, with approximately 43 acres in arable production with the remainder down to grass. The land lies at approximately 500 feet above sea level. Existing farming arrangements terminate on 10/11/2019.

It has been farmed in conjunction with other farms under the same management producing high quality livestock.

The Farmhouse is a traditional foursquare, Grade 2 listed Northumberland farmhouse built of stone under a slate roof. It has a sunny, southerly aspect with lovely views to the south. The accommodation is set out over two floors with 2 main reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 bath/shower rooms and a dining kitchen. The farmhouse would benefit from refurbishment.

Fell House Cottage is a Grade 2 stone built, single storey dwelling lying just to the north of the farmhouse. The main accommodation consists of 2 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, bathroom, kitchen and pantry. It is currently sublet on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy.

See farm particlars for lotting details:-

Lot 1 OIEO £840,000
Lot 2 OIEO £220,000
Lot 3 OIEO £240,000
Lot 4 OIEO £230,000
Lot 5 OIEO £720,000

For the whole OIEO £2,250,000

Location information

Fell House Farms lies in a secluded position that belies its proximity to major centres and its excellent transport links. These include the A68, the A69, the A1, and main east coast intercity rail service to London (current journey time from Newcastle of under 3 hours) and Newcastle International Airport at Ponteland which provides a wide selection of domestic and international flights. The A68 gives access to the Scottish Borders and Edinburgh beyond; the A69 provides a good link to Newcastle, Carlisle and North West England. Both Hexham and Corbridge have a good selection of shops (including supermarkets and many local independents), restaurants and bars. There are excellent first, middle and senior schools in the locality. In addition there are a number of private schools in Newcastle, as well as Mowden Preparatory School.

Newcastle upon Tyne 24 miles, Hexham 12.5 miles, Corbridge 9 miles (all distances are approximate).











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