Land at Cornhill on Tweed, Northumberland
CLOSING DATE 12.00 noon, Friday 27 September, 2019
Approximately 6.57 acres of permanent pasture paddocks located on the south edge of Cornhill on Tweed. Potential for the construction of a country house or smallholding suitable for equestrian, grazing and amenity purposes, subject to planning.
The property is located on the south east edge of the popular Northumberland village of Cornhill on Tweed. Coldstream is approximately 2 miles to the west whilst Berwick upon Tweed is 11.5 miles to the north east.
The property is located in a quiet yet accessible area close to local amenities, including a Post Office/café and hotel.
From the A1 drive south west on the A698 for 11.5 miles to Cornhill on Tweed. At the mini roundabout turn left on the A697 and a gated access to the land is approximately 20m on the right.
From Coldstream head south east on the A698, drive through Cornhill village and take the second exit at the roundabout. Access to the land is approximately 20m on the right.
The land extends to approximately 6.51 acres and was originally two separate fields divided by a burn. The western field has now been subdivided into horse paddocks although it can be grazed as one field by sheep. There is a gated access from the A697 and there is a right of access on the western field via the Tweed Meadows housing estate.
Water is via natural sources with no mains water troughs.
The field is suitable for equestrian, grazing or amenity purposes subject to the necessary consents and has the potential for the construction of a country house or smallholding, subject to planning.
Northumberland County Council have indicated that the construction of a single dwelling would be acceptable in principle. Further details are available from the Selling Agents.
The land is subject to uplift agreements and restrictive covenants with previous owners should planning permission for development be obtained. Further details can be viewed at the Selling Agents’ offices.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
It is our understanding that the land is not registered on the Rural Land Register and no BPS claims have been made. The field is not part of any environmental or stewardship scheme.
RIGHTS, EASEMENTS & OUTGOINGS
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, whether public or private, and any existing or proposed wayleaves, easements, servitude rights, restrictions and burdens of whatever kind, whether referred to in these particulars or not. The Purchaser will be held to have satisfied themselves on all such matters.