Heggerscale Farm

Kaber, Kirkby Stephen

CA17 4HZ

For Sale

Guide Price as a Whole: £548,000

A delightful small rural estate with three bedroom farmhouse, outbuildings and land extending in total to 18.16 acres. For sale as a whole or in two lots

Call our KENDAL office to arrange a viewing

01539 721375

Property EPC

C

A delightful small rural Estate nestled in the Upper Eden Valley offering an exceptionally well furnished three bedroom barn conversion [each with their own en-suite bathroom], plentiful range of modern agricultural and equine buildings, landscaped nature area with pond, mixed plantation and grazing land. Extending in total to approximately 18.16 acres [7.35 hectares]. Available as a whole or in two Lots.

Heggerscale Farm is located in the Upper Eden Valley and within the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty [AONB]. Kirkby Stephen is the closest market town [4 miles] offering primary/secondary schools, health clinic, bank and a good range of shops and public houses. The property finds itself conveniently located for accessing both the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Park.

Scenic rural views.

Exceptionally well finished three bedroom property.

Three en-suite double bedrooms each benefitting from underfloor heating.

Diverse range of well maintained modern buildings.

Tack room and stables.

Only 5 miles from the A66 main road to Penrith and

Scotch Corner [A1] and 16 miles from junction 38 of the M6 motorway.

Inspection of this unique country retreat is highly recommend to fully appreciate the virtues of the location and attributes of the house and outbuildings.

Within the North Pennies Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty [AONB].

The land included within Lot 1 offers a range of productive pasture and meadowland as well as a quaint nature area with pond and mixed woodland planted in 2013. The land is designated Severely Disadvantaged Area and eligible for the Basic Payment Scheme providing the successful purchasers can establish a minimum claim area of 5 hectares. The land is not subject to any current Stewardship Schemes and has access to mains water supplies.