This stunning residential Northumberland farmhouse with 150 acres of land has been put on the market for a whopping £2,950,000.
As well as tons of space, Low Barton Farm near Alnwick also has a farmhouse, two cottages and an excellent range of farm buildings, all inside a ring fence. The farm is on the A697 and is close to the village of Whittingham on the north bank of the River Aln.
The traditional stone farmhouse has been completely renovated and benefits from south facing views. It has two reception rooms, five bedrooms and three bathrooms while the farmhouse also includes a three bedroom bungalow.
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There is also a traditional two bedroom stone cottage which has both solar photovoltaic and solar thermal energy systems. Meanwhile, roof-mounted solar PV and solar thermal provide efficient green power to the chalet, with excess electricity exported to the grid with a feed-in tariff.
A new grain store, with around 700 tonnes of storage, is part of an “excellent range of modern and traditional agricultural buildings” with machine shops, workshops and barns. The 151.39 acres is Tier 3 farmland, which has traditionally been used to grow crops, and is currently being seeded with grass to restore fertility, while the property also includes sporting rights and fishing rights. on the Aln River.
Alnwick is a stone’s throw away whilst nearby Alnmouth is a mainline east coast train station with regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. The nearest airport is Newcastle Internal Airport which has scheduled domestic and international flights.
John Coleman, who runs the GSC Grays Specialist Farm and Country House Agency, said: “This is an exceptional opportunity to own a Northumberland farm located on the north bank of the River Aln, between the National Park of Northumberland and the beautiful coastline.
“Extensive work to completely renovate Low Barton Farm and Cottage has already been undertaken, along with the construction of a new grain store and the farm still offers significant room for development.”
Low Barton Farm is currently on the market with GSC Grays priced at an indicative price of £2,950,000. For more information you can visit www.gscgrays.co.uk or call 01665 525070.