The Land at Newton Red House Farm extends to approximately 173.37 acres (70.16 ha) and is divided into five fields, all easily accessible.

The land is mainly south facing and is considered capable of producing consistently good yields of a range of crops. The fields are well laid out and of a generous size, easily accommodating modern farming machinery.

The land has in recent times produced cereal crops in rotation, although potatoes and sugar beet have been grown in the past. 

Will Blair of Galbraith, who is handling the sale, said: “This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a major landholding, with productive land and well-proportioned fields in a tranquil and idyllic part of the country.

“In recent times the landowner has adopted a more regenerative farming approach with the commercial  cropping complemented by legume fallow and beans, within a Countryside Stewardship Scheme. It is believed that this will have been beneficial in terms of soil structure and fertility.”

The land is classified as Grade 3 on the MAFF Land Use Capability Classification, with soils of the Wighill, Hall and Hallsworth series.

The location is very accessible, with the A1 being about 3.5 miles from the  property. There are commercial and co-operative grain stores in the local area.

The historic town of Morpeth is 4 miles away while the picturesque market town of Alnwick is 21 miles.

The land at Newton Red House is for sale as a whole through Galbraith, for a guide price of £1,700,000.