Available to let as a whole under a Farm Business Tenancy for 10 years commencing on the 1st May 2019.
Tender forms to be submitted to: H&H Land and Property Limited, Borderway, Rosehill, Carlisle, CA1 2RS no later than 12.00 noon on Friday 22nd March 2019
A ring-fenced stock-rearing farm extending to 100.03 acres (40.48ha) including a three-bedroom farmhouse and range of traditional outbuildings.
Hole of Lyne is a traditional upland farm which needs to be managed in an environmentally sensitive manner
Hole of Lyne farm is located in the far north-east of Cumbria, near the Scottish border, beside Kershope Forest and the Black Lyne river. By road, the farm is 23 miles north-east of Carlisle, 3.5 miles north‑east of the hamlet of Roadhead and 11 miles south-east of the village of Newcastleton or Copshaw Holm.
A traditional stone farmhouse which is currently being renovated, including installation of central heating and upstairs bathroom, replacement windows, and improved insulation, along with plans to make an opening between the kitchen and dining room. It has a slate roof which was renewed in 2016. The property is approached via a 500m private access track which is currently being upgraded.
To the front of the house, the walled garden is laid to lawn. To the rear is a large tarmacadam and concrete yard with gated cattle pens.
Range of traditional stone outbuildings and more modern steel portal frame outbuilding.
The land lies within a ring fence and consists of upland grazing land and cropping land. For decades it has been managed with low inputs and has carried traditional breeds: 80 Swaledale ewes and 16 Galloways or Blue-Grey cattle bluegreycattle.org.uk (or more sheep and fewer cattle).