George F. White has announced the sale of a substantial piece of prime arable land at Fenrother, near Morpeth in Northumberland.
This land at Fenrother, just north of Morpeth will provide someone with an opportunity to continue to grow vegetables or to develop other commercial arable crops.
The 166.84 acres, with a Natural Shelter Belt, has excellent access to the A1 ad A697 and an existing agricultural building. Previously used for root and vegetable crops, it is currently divided into 7 fields of varying size.
It is being be sold by private treaty with a guide price of £850,000.
This land at Fenrother, just north of Morpeth will provide someone with an opportunity to continue to grow vegetables or to develop other commercial arable crops. It is registered for the Single Farm Payment Scheme and benefits from a Countryside Stewardship Scheme and a Woodland Grant Scheme.
The 166.84 acres has excellent access to the A1 ad A697 and an existing agricultural building. Land is always a sought after investment and Tom Oates from George F. White is expecting a huge amount of interest: “Many land sales often offer only in the region of 50 to 60 acres so at over 160 acres, Fenrother is ideal for someone wanting to substantially increase their acreage. This is very good productive land which comes with the benefit of having its own agricultural shed and is definitely a good investment. “
Anyone wishing to obtain further details should contact Tom Oates at the Alnwick office of George F. White on Tel. 01665 603231.
George F. White has offices in Alnwick and Tyne Valley in Northumberland, Wolsingham and Barnard Castle in County Durham, Bedale in North Yorkshire and Park Lane in London www.georgefwhite.co.uk.
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