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Thrunton Lowfield Farm, a premium grassland farm with an established equine pedigree featuring a traditional farmhouse, new contemporary cottage and American Barn stabling in Northumberland, has come to market for offers over £2,550,000.
The traditional three bedroom stone-built farmhouse at Whittingham, near Alnwick, has stunning views of the Cheviot Hills and is complimented by a separate modern three-bedroom detached cottage that is a popular holiday let.
John Coleman, head of country house and farm sales at GSC Grays said: “Thrunton Lowfield Farm has a good range of modern and traditional farm buildings with potential for further development and first-class Monarch stabling in an American Barn style setting. The farm comprises around 156.66 acres and has been well-known as an equine stud.
“This is another high quality equestrian property being marketed by us and we are seeing significantly increasing interest in this area of the market. Equestrian properties are keenly sought after by both newcomers and established businesses looking to upgrade.”
The main Thrunton Lowfield farmhouse features a large kitchen, separate dining room, living room, sunroom and attractive main sitting room. It has three good bedrooms upstairs, as well as a family bathroom and shower room with scope to extend out over the flat roof extension if required.
The cottage, Swallow’s Rest, was built to replace an old 1960’s farm cottage in 2021 using local master craftsmen to make it more energy efficient while continuing to showcase the spectacular views.
The farm buildings are a mix of modern cattle courts, stables and general-purpose sheds alongside traditional stone byres and stores and provides good facilities to manage the equine stud and livestock enterprises. The stone range offers scope for conversion for a range of uses or for anyone wishing to expand the holiday letting enterprise, subject to planning.
The land is predominantly good quality, Grade 3 capable of producing a wide range of spring and autumn crops but currently managed for high quality grass production.
Thrunton Lowfield Farm is situated just off the A697 about 7 miles west of Alnwick and the A1 and lies to the South of the River Aln between Northumberland’s National Park and the Northumberland coastline. Alnmouth Station is on the East Coast Main Line providing regular services to Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. The nearest airport is Newcastle International Airport with regular domestic and international flights.
Thrunton Lowfield Farm is currently on the market with GSC Grays Boroughbridge office with a guide price of £2,550,000. Tel: 01423 590500.