Offers in Excess of £1,250,000
Land at Moorhouse Farm
•A large block of in bye and upland grazing and extending to 291.15 Hectares (719.45 Acres)
• The land is subject to a lease running until 2036 for 22 wind turbines but does not come with the right to receive the income.
The land is split into two large blocks and is separated by the A1107 which runs from the A1 south of Cockburnspath down to Coldingham.
The Land at Moorhouse Farm is a large block of in bye and upland farm land that extends to 291.15 hectares (719.45 acres).
The land benefits from stone tracks that have been installed as part of the wind farm that has a lease over the ground. These provide excellent access up onto the hill on the south side of the road and excellent access over all the in bye ground on the
north side of the road. There is large stoned areas which provide excellent areas for winter feeding without the ground becoming poached.
The land totals 291.15 hectares (719.45acres) of which approximately 65 hectares (160 Acres) is in bye ground. Some of this ground has a number of years ago been used for hay and silage production. The property benefits from a small yard with sheep handling facilities and a small shed which is located central to the main farm.