3 bedroom farm house for sale
Low Tipalt Farm, Greenhead, Northumberland>
- Tenure: Freehold
- Detached Northumbrian Farmhouse
- Range of Traditional & Modern Outbuildings
- Magnificent Surroundings
- Views of Hadrian’s Wall from House
- Within Northumberland National Park
- Around 50 Acres in All
- Potential to Purchase Further Land
- Good Mobile Internet
Accommodation in Brief
Sitting Room | Dining Room | Kitchen/Breakfast Room | Utility | Garden Room/Study | Ground Floor Shower Room | Three Bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Storage
Gardens | Modern & Traditional Outbuildings | Around 50 Acres of Land
Additional Land Potentially Available
Low Tipalt Farm is a hugely appealing upland farm incorporating a substantial farmhouse with an extensive range of outbuildings and surrounded by around 50 acres of farmland, with the possibility of purchasing additional land, subject to negotiations. The property is situated amongst sweeping countryside close to the route of historic Hadrian’s Wall, in an elevated position in the Northumberland National Park. There are breathtaking uninterrupted panoramic views over some of the most striking countryside the north east has to offer.
The farmhouse has a wonderful traditional feeling, spacious accommodation throughout and a remarkable unspoiled location. The front door opens to the entrance hall, and there is also a rear hall reached from the gravelled rear courtyard which is ideal for everyday access. Two substantial reception rooms sit to the front elevation. The sitting room features a multi-fuel burner set in a lovely stone inglenook, beams to the ceiling and fitted storage. Across the front hall is the dining room for formal entertaining. The kitchen/breakfast room stretches across the rear of the property with a fine range of units and cabinetry, complementary work surfaces and striking floor tiling. Appliances include a double oven and a ceramic hob with extractor over. There is space for a dishwasher and plenty of room for a table and chairs for casual dining and entertaining. The kitchen is served by a good size utility room. Also reached from the rear hall is the garden room/study. This room is dual aspect with French doors opening to the side of the property. It offers a perfect spot to work from home in a bright and relaxing space. A shower room/wet room completes the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs lead up to the upper hall and all the bedroom accommodation. There are three generous bedrooms, all light, spacious and positioned to capture the stunning views. The bedrooms are served by the family bathroom with clawfoot bath, wash hand basin and WC. There is also extensive storage accessible from the upper hall and one bedroom.
Low Tipalt Farm is reached along a scenic tarmac road (adopted by the Council) leading through the inspiring surrounds. The farmhouse has a front garden that is mainly laid to lawn. To the side and rear of the property are pebbled areas leading to a mature garden on a raised bed and a small woodland beyond.
There is a fine range of outbuildings including a mix of modern cattle sheds and traditional stone buildings. A single storey traditional farm building offers general storage, whilst a livestock/storage shed incorporates feed bins. A second livestock shed, wooden barn, two cattle sheds and two sheep sheds complete the range of outbuildings.
Surrounding Low Tipalt is land extending in all to around 50 acres. The land consists of mowing, pasture and upland grazing land. In addition, there may be the opportunity to purchase further land, subject to separate negotiations.
The Basic Farm Payments are being applied for in 2021. Transfer of the Entitlements of the 2020/2021 payments will be negotiated on a percentage basis. There is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) along the river Tipalt.
Low Tipalt Farm lies in the Northumberland National Park and close to Hadrian’s Wall ideally situated to enjoy many attractions and activities as well as the wonderful surrounding countryside of Cumbria and Northumberland. The nearby village of Greenhead offers a primary school, tea room, a hotel, Saint Cuthberts Church, a village hall and the old Methodist Chapel is now a youth hostel. Nearby Haltwhistle is a popular and thriving town situated between Carlisle and Newcastle. The town offers an excellent range of amenities with supermarkets, a good selection of shops, leisure centre and outdoor swimming pool, primary schooling, professional services and a hospital. The beautiful surrounding area is Hadrian's Wall country and the town itself is believed to be the centre of Great Britain. More comprehensive services including larger supermarkets, schooling, a larger hospital, a further range of shops and eateries are available in nearby Hexham. Both Newcastle and Carlisle provide comprehensive cultural, educational, recreational and shopping facilities.
There are transport links to regional centres with the Military Road running through Greenhead and connecting to the main A69 which provides good access to Newcastle Airport and City Centre, Carlisle and onward access to the M6 and A1. Haltwhistle and Brampton both have railway stations which provide regular links to both Newcastle and Carlisle, which in turn link to other main line services to major UK cities north and south.
Greenhead 2.7 miles | Haltwhistle 3.3 miles | M6 J43 16.0 miles | Carlisle 18.1 miles | Hexham 19.3 miles| Newcastle International Airport 37.5 miles | Newcastle City Centre 39.8 miles
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