The steading at Larriston Farm is set in Liddesdale Valley in the heart of the Scottish Borders just north of Newcastleton. It is in a delightful area of forests and hill farms with spectacular scenery.
Locally the village of Newcastleton has a good primary school, hotel, restaurant and useful local shopping. Secondary schools are situated in both Hawick and Langholm and Carlisle, about 38 miles to the south, has access to the M74 and M6 motorways.
The steading buildings are set near the entrance to Larriston Farm from the B6399.
Concrete portal frame covered Silage Clamp/ GP shed with concrete floor and part panel with cement sheet roof and upper cladding. About 36mx11m.
Steel framed cubicle shed with concrete floor and 4 passages. About 57mx21m.
Steel framed sheep shed with corrugated sheet roof and part concrete floor. About 36mx21m.
There is a large concrete area with part concrete sides and floor formerly a slurry lagoon providing good enclosed hard standing. There is a useful yard area to the west of the buildings.
The range of buildings might be used for agriculture, or converted for other uses or storage subject to any required planning consents.
The land extends to about 18.1 acres in total including river solum of which about 12.41 acres is a good silage field plus a further paddock adjacent to the steading of about 1 acre. The remainder of the land is river bank and the steading buildings and yard.
The land has been included in a Basic Payment scheme application under IACS for 2015 as part of a larger holding. The land lies in the less favoured area and is understood to be in payment region 1. No payment units will offered with the property.
DIRECTIONS: Driving north from the A7 at Canonbie take the B6357 through Newcastleton then at the Hermitage Bridge bear to the east on the B6399 and Larriston is signed about 4.5 miles on the right.
SERVICES: Main electricity supply. Rights to the shared private water supply