Lot 2, Greenlaw Farm, No.50 Holding, Foulden, Berwickshire, TD15 1UF

Greenlaw Farm, No.50 Holding, Foulden, Berwickshire, TD15 1UF

Offers Over  £400,000


Quick Summary

Price £400,000
City Berwick upon Tweed
Status Under Offer
Size (Acres) 57.38
Beds
Bathroom
Garden
Parking Spaces
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Berwick Office
01289 304432

SITUATION
Greenlaw Farm Is located in south Berwickshire in an area which is renowned for its productive farmland and is an excellent livestock and arable farming area. Berwickshire is also well known for unspoilt countryside, stunning beaches and rolling hills.

The farm lies in an accessible, yet rural, location being only 4 miles from the A1(T). Berwick upon Tweed lies 5 miles to the east and has an East Coast railway station offering connections to Edinburgh and Newcastle in under an hour and London in under 4 hours. There are international airports at both Edinburgh and Newcastle.

The village of Chirnside lies 4.5 miles to the west and provides a range of local services including a post office, village shop, primary school and doctors surgery. Further afield Duns and Berwick upon Tweed offer a broader range of facilities including supermarkets, banking and sports centres. Excellent modern high schools can be found at Duns and Eyemouth with private education available locally at St Mary’s, Melrose and Longridge Towers, Berwick upon Tweed as well as other schools in and around Edinburgh.

The area is well served with local agricultural dealers and grain merchants, with livestock markets held at Wooler (22 miles) and St Boswells (33 miles).

Located within the beautiful Borders countryside, Greenlaw Farm is ideally situated to enjoy all this stunning region has to offer. Abundant recreational, amenity and sporting opportunities can be found nearby including golf, walking, rugby and cricket. Excellent hacking is available locally as well as top quality fields sports including hunting, pheasant, partridge & grouse shooting and fishing on the Rivers Tweed and Till. The Berwickshire and Northumbrian coastlines lie close by boasting award winning beaches, rocky coves and cliffs providing bird watching, sea fishing, scuba diving and surfing.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
At the end of the First World War the Board of Agriculture for Scotland compulsorily purchased land at Foulden, Mordington and Lamberton to form smallholdings for occupation by returning servicemen. Greenlaw Farm is one of only two remaining smallholdings owned by Scottish Government and is now being offered for sale.

Although the land has been in grass for a number of years, Greenlaw Farm lies on productive land and is very capable of being farmed in an arable rotation. The sale presents an opportunity for the expansion of an existing farming enterprise, or alternatively, is the ideal property for those with lifestyle or equestrian interests.

The land lies between the 60 metre and 80 metre contours and is predominantly south facing with an average annual rainfall of approximately 700mm. All fields are classified as grade 3.1, with the exception of field 1, which is classified as grade 2. The soils comprise deep, fertile, relatively stone free clay loams of the Whitsome Series and are well suited to the consistent production of high yielding cash crops, particularly winter wheat.

Greenlaw Farm is offered for sale in two separate lots or as a whole, please contact us for further information.

Lot 2: 57.38 acres (23.22 ha) to include 56.95 acres arable grass.

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