Property Summary

Guide Price £850,000

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • 159.55247 Acres

Branch Details

Barnard Castle

01833 690390

14c, Harmire Enterprise Park, DL12 8BN

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Nova Scotia

Bowes, Barnard Castle, Durham

3/4 Bedroom farmhouse with far reaching views and central to the steading • Extensive range of traditional and modern agricultural buildings with livestock handling facilities • 42.2 Hectares (101.76 Acres) meadow land (SDA) • 22.37 Hectares (55.25 Acres) pasture land (SDA) • Rural yet accessible location • EPC (EER) F 32

Nova Scotia benefits from a stone built farmhouse with far reaching views to the south of the property. The farmhouse has an entrance porch leading to the living room that has an open fire place and exposed beams. A door opens to the back hall and staircase to the first floor. The kitchen lies to the rear comprising of a range of units with space for free standing appliances. A door leads through to the boiler room and downstairs WC with access to the rear of the property. The dining room benefits from laminated flooring and enjoys the southerly aspect. A door opens to a snug with patio doors to the front of the property. The snug could be utilised as a further bedroom if required and links through to a Jack and Jill shower room. There is a further room currently utilised as a bedroom with access to the shower room. The shower room comprises an electric shower, WC and wash hand basin. To the first floor there are two large double bedrooms lying to the front of the property and boasting south facing views. The third double bedroom takes in views to the rear of the property. The family bathroom is partially tiled and comprises a bath with mixer tap, WC and wash hand basin, along with linen cupboard. The land comprises approximately 42.2 Hectares (101.76 Acres) of meadow land and 22.37 Hectares (55.25 Acres) of pasture land. The boundaries of the property are predominantly dry stone walls. The land benefits from a mains water supply to troughs in the majority of the field parcels, with some fields also having a natural water supply. The land is accessed via gateways and tracks from the farmstead and internally via gateways between fields.