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£177,000Guide price

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Beal, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland

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Property features

  • Tenure: Freehold

Property description

The land is gently undulating, and rises from north to south. It is currently down to grass as part of an arable rotation and has previously been cut for silage and grown winter wheat and barley. The land is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Series.

On the east side there is an attractive strip of mixed broadleaf woodland and amenity ground, known as Bog Wood, through which the Dean Burn runs. Access to this area will be via the arable field.

The land at Fenwick Granary is less than two miles from the coast, and runs parallel to the A1 on the east side. Access is to the north from Fishers Back Road, although there is also a gateway directly onto the A1 towards the southern boundary of the land.

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    1. Strutt

      Strutt & Parker - Northern Estates & Farm Agency – Morpeth

      Morpeth, NE61

      Strutt & Parker has a new dedicated farm and estate agent to help landowners buy and sell land across Northumberland, Cumbria and County Durham. Sarah Parsons has moved to Strutt & Parker’s Morpeth office, to develop the estates and farm agency department, alongside the existing land management, farming and estate agency services on offer. Sarah, who was previously based at Strutt & Parker’s head office in London, has 13 years of experience dealing with the sale, purchase and valuation of farms and estates, both on the open market and privately. Prior to moving to London, she worked as a land agent in Scotland. “I’m delighted to have the opportunity to work in the north of England - it feels like a return to my home turf as I was born and raised in north Northumberland,” she says. “I’m passionate about this area and all that it offers. The region has it all as far as farmland is concerned, from prime grade I arable land through to heather moorland and much in-between. “The wide variation in land types does mean that there is also a wide variation in land prices, but that is where a company like Strutt & Parker – which can draw on specialist teams in planning and development, farming and land management – can help to get the best results. “For example, we may advise a landowner not to sell immediately and investigate ways to add value to the farm or estate, or highlight where there is potential to do so, which means even if people don’t want to embark on a project themselves they can share in the uplift in value.” Demand for farmland is typically coming from people who want to expand their existing farms and estates, or individuals and institutions looking to take advantage of capital growth or roll over capital gains made elsewhere. Residential farms with a modern communications infrastructure are also increasingly attractive to lifestyle buyers, who want a slice of the countryside, but need to work remotely. Sam Gibson, head of the firm’s Morpeth office said: “We are delighted to welcome Sarah to develop our services in this area and help landowners make the most of their property assets. Our multi-disciplinary offering of experienced and qualified surveyors and agents in Morpeth sets us apart from our competitors. “Sarah’s wealth of experience and insight will be of huge value to our existing and future clients.” If you are thinking of buying and selling farmland, or would like some advice on your property assets in the current market.

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