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East Steel Farm

Whitfield, Hexham, Northumberland, NE47 8JP

Offers Over £630,000


  • Traditional 4-bed stone built Northumbrian farmhouse

  • Detached 1-bed bothy

  • Useful range of outbuildings

  • Income generating renewal energy installation

  • About 44.4 acres of grazing and woodland

East Steel House is a traditional stone built, four bedroom, Northumbrian farmhouse with south facing views across the Kingswood Burn valley.
The property has been sympathetically modernised over the years, including the addition of a large conservatory and creation of …

East Steel House is a traditional stone built, four bedroom, Northumbrian farmhouse with south facing views across the Kingswood Burn valley.
The property has been sympathetically modernised over the years, including the addition of a large conservatory and creation of a utility room and covered storage area. The house has been reroofed during the last year. Whilst the house has been greatly improved, it retains much of its original historical features and charm. In addition to the farmhouse there is a detached one bedroom stone built ‘bothy’, American barn stables, manége, cattle sheds and approximately 17.97 hectares (44.4 acres) of land which includes some woodland.

East Steel Farm offers purchasers an opportunity to generate significant income as well as offering an attractive home. The current owners have invested in a 10kw wind turbine located to the north of the farmhouse, this is registered under the Feed in Tariff scheme. Further details on the wind turbine, including a copy of the planning permission are available from the agents, revenue from the wind turbine for the last year was approximately £4,000. The bothy is currently let out as an Airbnb, and the land and buildings are currently let out to the local farmer on a short term licence.

In addition there is a wood pellet boiler accredited for the Renewable Heat Incentive located in the stables, this provides heating for both the Bothy
and the farmhouse, revenue for last year was approximately £7,300. The boiler is available to be purchased under separate negotiation. If the purchaser does not wish to purchase the RHI boiler, the vendor will replace with a new oil fired boiler.