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Land and Buildings at Drawdykes Castle to Rent

H&H Land and Property are pleased to announce land and buildings at Drawdykes Castle onto the rental market. The 137.52 acres on the outskirts of Carlisle consists of good grazing or cropping land and is an ideal opportunity for a livestock or arable farmer.

Chartered Surveyor and Selling Agent
Matthew Bell

Matthew Bell

The land and buildings is available on a 7 year Farm Business Tenancy, an opportunity too good to pass by. A tenant could expect to see healthy returns under astute management and this could be the ideal first property for a farmer looking to go out on their own, or as a property to add onto an existing farming business.

The land is available in three lots or as a whole and there are a good range of farm buildings on Lot 1, including two 10 bay steel portal framed sheds, a 15 bay steel portal framed shed and a set of cattle handling facilities.

The land also has the benefit of Single Farm Payment entitlements, which will be transferred to the successful Tenant free of charge.

Chartered Surveyor, Matthew Bell of H&H Land and Property commented on the available tenancy.

“We so rarely see land in this area coming up for let, especially of this size and in this particular area which is close to a lot of large livestock farms which surround Carlisle. This is good agricultural land that will grow a variety of crops or grass well.”

The land may be viewed at any reasonable time with a copy of the letting particulars. All submissions must be received at the office of H&H Land and Property by 12 noon on Friday 14th September 2012.

For more information contact Matthew Bell at H&H Land and Property’s Carlisle Office on 01228 406 260.

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