Tenders Invited for Farm Tenancies in County Durham

Leading north-east England land agent and chartered surveyor, William Salvin, is inviting tenders for two separate, productive farms and a block of arable land, all located near to the West of Durham City.

These form part of the Brancepeth Estate, a long held family owned agricultural investment estate.

Brancepeth Estate

Brancepeth Estate

The first lot comprises Hill House Farm, which is offered with just over 280 acres of arable land and almost 100 acres of permanent pasture. It is accompanied by a range of traditional and modern farm buildings, as well as a five-bedroom farmhouse.

The second lot is the combined Biggin and Hareholme farms, which extend to just over 200 acres of arable land and almost 40 acres of permanent pasture, along with a three-bedroom farmhouse and range of traditional and modern farm buildings.

Lot three is a 70-acres bare block of arable land, which is known as East Farm.

Viewing days are being held on 10, 12, 17 and 19 November. Informal tenders are invited for the three holdings, as a whole, or in three lots, by noon on Monday, 7 December 2015. The three lots will be available for a 12 year term from 6 April, 2016.

Mr Salvin said:
“The farms are a useful mix of productive arable land, mowing land and permanent pasture with an excellent range of modern arable and livestock buildings”

“Fully equipped farms of this scale and quality come up only rarely in this region, particularly with this length of tenure and consequently we expect to receive good levels of interest for these three lots.”

Since 1992, William Salvin has provided a dedicated estate management service for a number of private clients in County Durham and North Yorkshire.

The business offers day-to-day property management, as well as the lettings that arise for vacant properties; whether commercial, agricultural or residential.

WHT Salvin

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