Guide Price £1,600,000
An outstanding upland farm located on the edge of the Northumberland and Cumbria Border extending out to the Spadeadam Forest
•Upland farm extending to 308.87 Hectares (763.22 Acres) of in bye pasture and improved upland grazing •Serviced by a full farm steading with modern buildings for sheep and cattle housing
•4 bedroom farmhouse and a full range of traditional buildings which lend themselves to residential conversion •Second farm steading which is currently un-occupied across the river known as Rotheryhaugh.
The property is located approximately 4.9 miles North East of the town of Gilsland. The property sits on the border line between Northumberland and Cumbria. The steading occupies a wonderful setting on the northern bank of the river Irthing with views across the entire farm looking north up to the Spadeadam Forest.
Horseholme Farm has been farmed by the same family since the 1950’s with the current vendor being in control since 1970. It is a quality upland farm that has seen work over the years to improve the in bye pasture ground and enhance the upland grazing. On the holding there is 2 farmhouses, a full range of modern and traditional buildings including cattle and sheep sheds, in bye and improved upland grazing with ample ground to make the necessary feed requirements and a second steading on the south side of the river known as Rotheryhaugh.
The farmhouse on Horseholme Farm was built in 1962 completed in 1963 and is a well proportioned property for a farm of this size. The farmhouse is a 4 bed, comprising 2 double and 2 single bedrooms. The property is brick built with a white render finish and a slate roof construction. The property is surrounded by a well sized garden and has views across the River Irthing.
Horseholme Farm extends to approximately 308.87 Ha (763.22 Ac) of permanent pasture, silage and grazing land with extensive improved upland grazing.
There is approximately 200 acres of in bye pasture around the farm steading and running along the bottom of the valley. The remainder of the ground is improved upland grazing which runs out to the edge of the Spadeadam Forest.
There is approximately 110 acres of ground which is capable of being mowed or cut for silage.