Bowsden West sits at the western edge of the pretty village of Bowsden, with striking views to the south encompassing the Kyloe Hills and rolling farmland. The dramatic Northumbrian coastline lies a short distance to the east, with direct access to Edinburgh and Newcastle, both approximately 60 miles away.
The market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed lies approximately 10 miles to the north of Bowsden West, provides a hub of local facilities including state and private schooling, local shopping and family butchers, healthcare centres and banking. Sporting and recreation opportunities are abundant in the area, including fishing, golf, tennis, riding and walking. Nearby, the village of Lowick offers a local shop, garage and two public houses. Alnwick to the south, and Wooler, the ‘gateway to the Cheviots’ extend the facilities on offer.
From Berwick upon Tweed: follow A1 south and turn right onto B6525, turning left to Bowsden Village after approximately 5 miles.
From the South: Follow the A1 north taking the B6353 through the village of Lowick. Turn right joining the B6525 towards Berwick-upon-Tweed, taking a left turn to Bowsden Village after approximately 2 miles.
The sale of Bowsden West provides the opportunity to purchase an easily accessible, small farm affording in a lovely area with easy access to good hacking.
Mains trough water is provided to each paddock.
The land is all in-hand and available with Vacant Possession.
The farm steading occupies a relatively level site at the heart of the farm adjacent to the Farmhouse. It includes four flexible modern portal framed buildings suitable for a variety of uses.
The Farmhouse is a detached four bedroom bungalow which enjoys outstanding southerly views across open countryside.