An agricultural smallholding extending to around 13.71 acres (5.55 hectares) with grazing and mowing land and buildings in a quiet rural upland area around 1.5 miles from Newcastleton. The buildings include a useful general purpose stock building and a pole barn providing a machinery shed and chicken shed but readily adaptable for other uses. There is a spring water supply, a rainwater recovery system to the main building and five photovoltaic panels for electricity. This property does not have a dwelling and consent for a dwelling is unlikely but has potential for equestrian and other leisure uses subject to gaining any required planning consent.
Tweeden Barns is shown coloured pink on the Sale Plan and extends to around 13.71 acres (5.55 hectares) overall of buildings, yard and grazing and mowing land with access off a shared private stone surfaced road.
The buildings comprise;
General Purpose Building 18.2m x 9.1m (60ft x 30ft) approx. This is a four bay steel portal framed building with concrete floor, part block walls with space boarding above, electric light and vehicular access doors. There are water drinkers and fixings for pens approximately 3.65m x 3.65m (12ft x 12ft) plus a closet containing a portable WC.
Tool Shed 2.75m x 1.68m adjoining the above building.
Pole Barn in two parts including:-
a) Machinery Shed 9.3m x 9m approx. with part hard-core floor and vehicular doors.
b) Chicken Shed 8.9m x 9m approx. in two main sections with paved floor and part lofted. This area is readily adaptable for alternative uses.
The yard area is mainly stone with grass area and concrete entrance drive plus a midden. There is a field shelter in enclosure 3.
The land is split into five main enclosures to include grazing and mowing land at the northern end with grazing land capable of improvement at the Southern end. Enclosure 4 has some tree planting, the land is gently sloping and at around 178 metres above sea level.
Schedule of Areas
|Total||5.548 ha||13.709 ac|