Set in picturesque surroundings with views to Lake Windermere and the Lakeland fells, Field End Farm provides an excellent opportunity to purchase a traditional Lake District Farm.
Field End Farm will be of interest to farmers and lifestyle buyers seeking a quiet retreat, set in picturesque surroundings with views to Lake Windermere and the Lakeland fells, yet only 20 minutes from the M6.
Field End Farm is situated in the open countryside, on the edge of the Lake District National Park, at the southern tip of Lake Windermere. Field End Farm is approximately two and a half miles south of Newby Bridge. It is about five miles from the medieval village of Cartmel, renowned for its rich heritage, priory, scenic racecourse and 'foodie' culture from Cartmel Sticky Toffee Pudding to Michelin starred restaurant L'Enclume.
Field End Farm offers the opportunity to purchase a traditional Lake District Farm situated in an attractive and peaceful location. The property comprises a 3 bedroom farmhouse in need of renovation, a range of useful traditional and modern farm buildings and agricultural land together with a traditional stone built field farm, amountun to approximately 145.74 acres (58.98 hectares).
From the M6 (for the east, north or south), follow the A590 towards Barrow in Furness. At Meathop roundabout take the second exist onto Lindale bypass/ A590 for approximately five miles. After the end of the dual carriageway continue past the Cartmel road end and after 700m you will see a sign to the left for Canny Hill and Newby Bridge Country Caravan Park. Take this road and at the end turn sharp left onto Hazelrigg Lane for 1,000m unil you come to the single track lane leading to the farm. Proceed for a further 400m and you should then come to a gate and cattle grid which is the start of the private track to the property.
From Ulverson and the west, follow the A590 towards Newby Bridge. At the roundabout at Newby Bridge take the second exit to continue on the A590. After half a mile, you will see a sign to the right for Canny Hill and Newby Bridge Country Caravan Park. Take this road and at the end turn sharp left onto Hazelrigg Lane for 1,000m unil you come to the single track lane leading to the farm. Proceed for a further 400m and you should then come to a gate and cattle grid which is the start of the private track to the property.
The farmhouse offers itself as a project to the prospective purchaser. It is a rendered stone property under a slate roof which requires extensive modernisation. This blank canvas property benefits from fabulous views and quiet surroundings. The windows are double glazed throughout.
Ground Floor -
Porch and Washroom - A light and open porch leads through to a washroom.
Kitchen and Pantry - The kitchen has a single stainless steel sink unit and exposed beams, leading through to a traditional farmhouse pantry.
Lounge - The lounge includes exposed beams, original fireside cupboard and an open fire with brick surround and stone hearth.
Dining Room - The dining room includes exposed original beams and a red brick fire place.
First Floor -
Bedroom 1 - Double bedroom with views over the property.
Bedroom 2 - Small double bedroom with views over the property.
Bedroom 3 - Double bedroom with an original fireplace and views over the property.
Bathroom - A family bathroom including a panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C and airing cupboard.
There are a range of traditional and modern farm buildings which comprise the following:
Barn - 16.28m x 12.60m plus 6.45m x 12.60m
Double height, part under housed, of stone construction under a slate roof. With timber and block open sided lean-to.
Cubicle Housing - 18.64m x 9.08m
Steel portal frame with concrete panel and Yorkshire boarding above under a fibre cement roof. Concrete floor with fitted cubicles.
Covered Silo Building - 18.64m x 9.14m
Open fronted of steel portal frame construction with block wall and corrugated iron above under a fibre cement roof. Concrete floor.
General Purpose Building - 23.43m x 10.98m
Steel portal frame with block wall and corrugated iron above under a corrugated iron sheet roof. Concrete floor.
The land comprises both meadow and pasture land and is situated within a ring fence and surrounds the farmstead. The land, edged red on the map, extends in total to approximately 117.91 acres (47.71 hectares) and is classified as Grade 4 and 5 on the Agricultural Land Classification maps. The majority of the fields benefit from a natural water supply.
A single parcel of meadow, pasture and woodland with the benefit of roadside frontage extending to approximately 13.98 acres (5.65 hectares), marked blue on the plan.
Comprising two parcels of meadow, pasture and woodland with the benefit of roadside frontage extending to approximately 13.85 acres (5.61 hectares), marked green on the plan. The land is classified as disadvantaged non-SDA land.