Farm Steading

Bradford Farm, Belford, Northumberland, NE70 7JT

Asking Price £750,000

  • Full planning permission for 8 dwellings
  • Popular rural location alongside Northumberland Heritage Coast
  • Approximately 1.40 acres

Traditional farm steading with planning permission for residential conversionFull planning permission for 8 dwellings• Popular rural location alongside Northumberland Heritage Coast• Approximately 1.40 acresLOCATIONBradford Farm lies in a pleasingly tranquil wooded valley, through which runs the Waren Burn heading north to Budle Bay, amongst open farmland. The renowned village of Bamburgh, with it’s landmark castle and renowned beaches is around 2 miles to the east. The site is offers excellent access to all of the attractions, villages and castles of this popular area but remains conveniently accessible with the A1 being 2.25miles west and Belford a little over 3.5miles.DESCRIPTIONThe steading comprises a series of traditional stone farm buildings with associated yards and wooded surrounds straddling the public highway and abutted by the Waren Burn. The topography of the site creates a series of level changes among the various ranges of buildings, and extends in total to around 1.4 acres.PLANNINGFull planning permission has been granted on 5th October 2021 (ref: 19/03876/FUL) for conversion of the steading to 8 dwellings subject to a range of conditions. The site has access to nearby electricity and water supplies and drainage is to be to a private non-mains system, all to be installed by the developer.VIEWING AND FURTHER INFORMATIONViewing is to be strictly by appointment with Galbraith Morpeth (Tel: 01670 331500 or 07711 739552). An information pack is available by email on request containing all planning and other information. We recommend this is read before viewing where possible.DIRECTIONSFrom the A1 heading north turn right (east) at the Adderstone service station onto the B1341 signed to Bamburgh and Lucker. Continue on this road for a mile then turn left as the road bears sharp right at the entrance past the gated entrance to Adderstone Grange. After a further mile turn right and the site will be found after a short distance after crossing the bridge over the Waren Burn.WHAT 3 WORDSWording.sushi.ultra