Borthwick Mains is an excellent livestock and mixed farm located in an accessible location on the banks of the Borthwick Water.
The property has a balanced combination of good silage and grazing ground. The farm is centred on an attractive traditional farmhouse with a range of modern farm buildings.
There is an attractive farmhouse situated centrally within the holding in an elevated south facing position to the north of the farm steading.
The farm steading range is located to the south of farmhouse with the buildings situated in a group. The buildings have been extended in
recent years and now provide accommodation for up to 200 head of cattle.
The buildings are accessed via a private farm road which leads past the farmhouse, they comprise:
Traditional Stone Workshop
Lean-to Store Shed
The farm extends in total to approximately 110.92 Ha (274.08 Acres) and is presently down to pasture with some 200 acres being deemed ploughable and having been cropped for grain historically.
The farm has previously run around 630 Mule Ewes and 60 sucklers with followers, but in more recent years has been run as a beef finishing