Rough permanent grassland extending to 96.52 Hectares (238.51Acres). Located in the Northumberland National Park on the Northumberland and Cumbrian border in an easily accessed location. The property includes sporting rights which extend over additional neighbouring forestry land. Read more
Rough permanent grassland extending to 96.52 Hectares (238.51Acres). Located in the Northumberland National Park on the Northumberland and Cumbrian border in an easily accessed location. The property includes sporting rights which extend over additional neighbouring forestry land.
The Land and The Gorge Lot Four extends to 96.52 Hectares (238.51 Acres) of rough permanent grassland which is ideally suited to grazing or tree planting alike. The field parcels 37, 40 and 43 are blocks of shelterbelt woodland.
Basic Payment Scheme The Vendor has claimed the 2022 payment, and the sale contract will oblige the purchaser to sign an indemnification that they will maintain the land in good agricultural and environmental condition and follow the rules of Cross Compliance. The indemnification will hold the purchaser liable should the Vendor be penalised for breach of cross compliance due to actions or negligence of the Purchaser.
The entitlements are not included in the sale of the property. The Vendor has made an application to claim the Lump Sum Exit Scheme.
Environmental and Countryside Stewardship There is a Mid-Tier Countryside Stewardship Agreement that relates to the whole of the property. The agreement commenced on 1 January 2021 and is due to expire on 31 December 2025. The agreement includes options stonewall restoration of which the majority has been carried out. Further information can be made available on request.
Method of Sale and Lotting The property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in Lots. The selling agent reserves the right to conclude negations by any other means. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to register their interest with George F. White as soon as possible.
Boundaries There is a mix of stone walling and stock proof post and wire fencing. With a number of maintenance projects having been carried out in recent years under the Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
Sporting Rights The Sporting Rights are included in the sale of the property insofar as they are owned.
There are additional Sporting Rights over the area of land adjoining Lot Four (hatched green on the Lotting Plan) that are included in the sale of Lot Four.
Mineral Rights The Mineral Rights are included in the sale of the property insofar as they are owned.
Rights of Way, Easements and Wayleaves The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourse and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners, if any.
The property benefits from an unclassified Northumberland County Council adopted and maintained road from Gisland to the farm steading.
The buyer of Lot Four will be granted a right of access over the track through Lot One.
The buyer of Lot Five will be granted a right of access over the track through Lot One and Lot Four.
Third party rights of access exist over the central farm track.
Tenure & Possession The entirety of the property is freehold and offered with vacant possession on completion.
Local Authority Northumberland County Council and Northumberland National Park.
Viewings Viewings are strictly by prior appointment with George F. White.
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The Area The farm nestles within stunning and historic countryside on the Northumberland and Cumbrian border overlooking the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hadrian's Wall.
Positioned just three miles from the A69, a trunk road linking Carlisle and Newcastle, the farm benefits from rural tranquillity yet the region's major business centres and rail and air transport links can be accessed in well under an hour.
The area boasts the hidden gem 'Crammel Linn' waterfall which lies within Irthing Gorge a Site of Special Scientific Interest, having an array of native flora and fauna. Locally there are a number of other popular attractions, such as the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park, Kielder Water and Forest which attracts astronomers, walkers, cyclists and water sports enthusiasts from across the country and internationally, thus making it a popular destination for tourists looking for a holiday home from home.
Day-to-day facilities can be found in Haltwhistle and Brampton including local healthcare offerings, grocery shops and private business and some professional services whilst a comprehensive range of amenities are located in Newcastle and Carlisle.
Property at a glance
Extending to 96.52 Hectares (238.51 Acres)
Located in the Northumberland National Park on the Northumberland and Cumbrian border
George F. White is a multi-discipline team of highly experienced Chartered Surveyors, Farm Business Consultants, Land and Estate Agents, Planning Consultants, Architects, Building and Commercial Surveyors.
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Company Registration Number: OC304694 Registered office address: 4-6 Market Street, Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1TL