Farm on the market for £3million – with fishing on Blackadder Water

An arable farm in the Scottish Borders has gone on the market for £3million – complete with a stunning seven-bedroom house and fishing on Blackadder Water.

Greenlawdean House and Broomhill Farm, near Greenlaw in Berwickshire, includes almost 78ha of productive arable land currently producing a mix of cereals and potatoes.

The property also includes two cottages, two potential development sites subject to planning, more than 14ha of grazing ground, traditional farm buildings, 12ha of woodland and double bank fishing on the Blackadder Water.

The house, built in the mid-nineteenth century, is a handsome stone farmhouse with a mature garden, extensive lawns and specimen trees in an appealing riverside setting.

While the principal house has five bedrooms and three reception rooms, a self-contained flat offers a further two bedrooms.

The property has double bank fishing on the Blackadder Water.

The property has double bank fishing on the Blackadder Water.

It is on the market through GOLDCREST Land & Forestry Group for £3.385m or available in 13 lots.

With 5ha of farmland, 3ha of mixed woodlands and double bank fishing on the Blackadder Water, Greenlawdean House is available as an individual 10ha-lot for offers over £985,000.

Jon Lambert, partner at GOLDCREST, said: ‘Greenlawdean House and Broomhill Farm is a very attractive mixed farm in a beautiful setting in the Scottish Borders. It is a superb property in its own right.

‘However, the division into 13 lots means it appeals to a wide range of buyers.

‘There has been a shortage of prime agricultural offerings so far this year in the Borders and early signs are that it is going to be very popular. It is attracting considerable interest and we have been inundated with calls.’

Individual lots range from £45,000 to £985,000.

Closing date set for offers on all 13 Lots on Friday 23rd June at 12 noon.

For further details please contact GOLDCREST on 0131 378 6122 or visit www.goldcrestlfg.com.

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