An outstanding opportunity to acquire a residential and grassland farm extending to approximately 67 acres in the Northumberland National Park.
Cawburn Shield Farmhouse lies at the heart of its own land and has attractive south facing views across surrounding countryside towards Hadrians Wall.
Located at the end of an excellent private road the traditional farmhouse has been modernised and extended and offers spacious, well appointed living accommodation.
Adjoining the farmhouse is an integral garage with an electric door. There is a large rear yard which leads to a fine range of traditional stone barns providing further garaging, storage and an excellent workshop. The barns offer excellent potential for conversion to a variety of alternative uses including holiday cottages, office space and residential dwellings, subject to all the necessary planning consents. There is a further general purpose barn and a poly-tunnel in the adjoining paddock.
The land lies in a ring fence around the house and comprises a mixture of grazing pasture and hay meadows. The land is well served by natural water supplies and the Caw Burn flows through fields to the front of the house where a delightful pond has been created. The farm provides a haven for a large variety of flora and fauna including deer, wildfowl and ground nesting waders. There is also a Roman Aqueduct on the land which is a scheduled ancient monument.
Cawburn Shield Farm occupies a delightful position in the Northumberland National Park which offers a fantastic range of recreational and leisure facilities within wonderful unspoilt countryside. A full range of shops, amenities and schooling are available at Hexham (17 miles), while the market towns of Haltwhistle (3 miles) and Haydon Bridge (10 miles) are both within easy travelling distance. Travel to the large conurbations of the North East and North West is facilitated by the A69, with Newcastle (37 miles) and Carlisle (25 miles), making them easily commutable. Main line rail services and air travel is available from Newcastle.