Rural land and property specialist GSC Grays has brought a 1,800ac livestock farm site to the market.

The Northumberland-based farm has “significant natural capital” as well as commercial woodland and sporting assets, the company said.

Crow Hall Farm, which is located in the Tyne Valley between Bardon Mill and Haydon Bridge, has come to the market with an overall guide price of £7,500,000.

Its natural capital resource is listed as Muckle Moss – one of nine National Nature Reserves in the North East and borders the southern boundary of the Northumberland National Park.

The Crow Hall Farm sale includes:

  • Fully equipped livestock unit;
  • Traditional four bedroom farmhouse dating back to 1770 with superb south facing views;
  • Farm manager’s bungalow with three bedrooms;
  • Agricultural worker’s cottage with three bedrooms in cabin style;
  • Livestock buildings capable of housing up to 200 head of cattle and 2000 ewes;
  • Muckle Moss;
  • Shooting grounds;
  • Commercial and amenity woodland.

The farm is being offered as a whole or in two lots: the low ground and Whitshields Farm farmstead at £4,750,000, and the high ground including some livestock buildings at Seldom Seen Farm at £2,750,000.

The 1,070ac of high ground is Grade 5, with large areas of moss, rough and hill grazing and some rotational grass and woodlands while the low ground is Grade 3 and 4 and mainly down to grass, with some woodland and accounts for just over 700 ac.

Head of farm sales at GSC Grays, John Coleman, said: “For the past eight years this fully equipped livestock farm has been managed by Victoria Furlong, the 2017 Countryfile, Young Farmer of the Year Award Winner, and she has been responsible for a significant modernisation programme.

“Some of this work was in identifying the need to improve cattle handling facilities but also includes systematic improvement of the pasture, a significant amount of woodland management and repair and replacement of boundary walls and fences.”

GSC Grays said there is an extensive range of good-quality modern livestock buildings and handling facilities for both cattle and sheep, with a large main yard, silage clamps and slurry lagoon.

The whole farm is in a higher-tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme with grant assistance for walling and tree planting.

There are 32 commercial and amenity woodland plantations on the farm planted to provide shelter and cover for game extending in total to around 170.25ac (68.90ha) and are subject to a Woodland Management Plan.