Cairnhill Farm is located in an excellent mixed farming area approximately 1 mile south of Duns and 11 miles north of Coldstream and the River Tweed. The farm is beautifully situated in rolling Borders countryside flecked with woodland and commands magnificent views across the Blackadder to the Cheviots to the south east. Cairnhill enjoys considerable privacy, being set on a minor classified road, yet lies within a mile of both the A6105 and A6112 which provides excellent access to both Edinburgh (47 miles) and Newcastle upon Tyne (76 miles), both of which have international airports. Additionally, there is a main line railway station at Berwick upon Tweed on the east coast route with direct connections to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London.
The sale of Cairnhill provides the opportunity to purchase an easily accessible, small farm affording considerable privacy in a lovely area.
The land lies between 85m and 90m contours and has an average annual rainfall of approximately 603mm. The land is classified as Grade 3.1 under the MacAulay Land Capability Plan and fields form a good size and are well shaped with minimal waste. The soils comprise clayey, imperfectly drained soil of high fertility with the land capable of producing consistently high yields of a narrow range of crops (principally cereals and grass. Mains trough water is provided to each paddock. Majority of the land is let under a Grazing Licence to 30th November 2013 for livestock grazing purposes. The remainder of the land and some traditional buildings have been let on DIY livery agreements. All agreements have break clauses to allow vacant possession should the purchaser so wish.
The farm steading occupies a relatively level site at the heart of the farm adjacent to the Farmhouse. It includes on-floor grain storage for approximately 500 tonnes.