Well situated productive free draining arable land with useful modern storage building
A well situated south facing investment and farming opportunity together with versatile storage building situated approximately 2.5 miles north east of Durham and easily accessible from the A167.
The site extends to approximately 145.6 acres which includes a well screened hard standing area around the modern storage building, productive arable land and amenity woodland.
The land comprises a south facing, ring fenced block of productive arable land with free draining soil. The land is divided into nine separate fields which have been cropped with winter and spring cereals. The gross area is approx 145.6 acres (58.9 hectares) with a nett eligible area of 58.37 hectares (144 acres).
The land is classified as Grade 3 on the MAFF Agricultural Land Classification and is classified as Newport 1 on the soils map described as deep well drained sandy and coarse loamy soils.
To the south of the holding is a hard standing area well screened by a woodland shelter belt with a large modern general purpose storage building extending to approximately 750 sq m being of steel portal frame construction with metal sheet cladding, roller shutter door and concrete floor.
Acreage: 145.6 Acres
From the A167 at the roundabout at Pity Me, take the first exit onto Potterhouse Lane (signed to Sacriston Household Waste). Follow this road for approximately half a mile until you reach the entrance into Kimblesworth Grange on the right hand side. Continue down the lane and the entrance to the land is straight ahead by the building.