Halliwell Farm, Heighington - Guide Price £1,000,000

Halliwell Farm, Heighington

Guide Price
£1,000,000
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  • 5 Bedroom Detached House
  • Range of Traditional Buildings
  • Productive Arable and Grass Land
  • All Attractively Secluded in a Compact Ring Fence
  • Views over South Durham and Vale of York

The farm is attractively situated and is set back off the minor road known as Highside Road, between Houghton Bank and Heighington Village. It is therefore accessible to the A.68 and Junction 58 of the A.1(M). Darlington Durham, Barnard Castle and Richmond are all within reasonable commuting distance.

Halliwell Farm comprises a small mixed farm extending to 86 acres approximately. It is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The property comprises a large detached 5-bedroom farmhouse which is in need of refurbishment. The accommodation is spacious and well proportioned. There is potential to extend the house subject to obtaining planning permission. There is an attractive and extensive range of traditional farm buildings which have potential for alternative uses, again subject to planning permission.

The farm buildings comprise a Dutch Barn with a Lean-To and a Machinery Store. The farm is approached along a private tarmac drive.

Farmhouse Accommodation
(See Floor Layout Plan)

The farmhouse comprises a spacious five-bedroom house with the potential to extend into the barns, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

The property is entered via the rear porch which leads to the kitchen, downstairs bathroom and the inner hall. The inner hallway provides access to the entrance hall, study, dining room, living room, dairy and cellar. From the inner hall the stairs lead to the mezzanine floor and first floor.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms, bathroom, separate W.C and a kitchen.

OUTSIDE
The Farm Buildings
There is a good range of traditional stone farm buildings. The traditional buildings briefly comprise Stables, Fold Yard, Former Cow Byre, Workshop and Granary. The buildings are in a good state of repair for their age.

The more modern buildings comprise a Dutch Barn with Lean-To, Cattle Yard and a Machinery Store.

The Land
There is approximately 85 acres of arable and grassland. The land is classed as Grade 3 on the
Agricultural Land Classification Map for England and Wales. The boundaries are well fenced. It is very productive medium to well bodied soil capable of growing some productive crops of cereals, oil seeds and pulses. The land has been well farmed and is in good heart.

Contact Andrew Dickins for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Andrew Dickins

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • 5 Bedroom Detached House
  • Range of Traditional Buildings
  • Productive Arable and Grass Land
  • All Attractively Secluded in a Compact Ring Fence
  • Views over South Durham and Vale of York
Description

The farm is attractively situated and is set back off the minor road known as Highside Road, between Houghton Bank and Heighington Village. It is therefore accessible to the A.68 and Junction 58 of the A.1(M). Darlington Durham, Barnard Castle and Richmond are all within reasonable commuting distance.

Halliwell Farm comprises a small mixed farm extending to 86 acres approximately. It is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The property comprises a large detached 5-bedroom farmhouse which is in need of refurbishment. The accommodation is spacious and well proportioned. There is potential to extend the house subject to obtaining planning permission. There is an attractive and extensive range of traditional farm buildings which have potential for alternative uses, again subject to planning permission.

The farm buildings comprise a Dutch Barn with a Lean-To and a Machinery Store. The farm is approached along a private tarmac drive.

Farmhouse Accommodation
(See Floor Layout Plan)

The farmhouse comprises a spacious five-bedroom house with the potential to extend into the barns, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.

The property is entered via the rear porch which leads to the kitchen, downstairs bathroom and the inner hall. The inner hallway provides access to the entrance hall, study, dining room, living room, dairy and cellar. From the inner hall the stairs lead to the mezzanine floor and first floor.

To the first floor there are five double bedrooms, bathroom, separate W.C and a kitchen.

OUTSIDE
The Farm Buildings
There is a good range of traditional stone farm buildings. The traditional buildings briefly comprise Stables, Fold Yard, Former Cow Byre, Workshop and Granary. The buildings are in a good state of repair for their age.

The more modern buildings comprise a Dutch Barn with Lean-To, Cattle Yard and a Machinery Store.

The Land
There is approximately 85 acres of arable and grassland. The land is classed as Grade 3 on the
Agricultural Land Classification Map for England and Wales. The boundaries are well fenced. It is very productive medium to well bodied soil capable of growing some productive crops of cereals, oil seeds and pulses. The land has been well farmed and is in good heart.

Get in touch

Andrew Dickins

Contact Andrew Dickins for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01677 425950