Arable field and adjoining amenity woodland and burn
The land is gently undulating, and rises from north to south. It is currently down to grass as part of an arable rotation and has previously been cut for silage and grown winter wheat and barley. The land is classified as Grade 3 on the Agricultural Land Classification Series.
On the east side there is an attractive strip of mixed broadleaf woodland and amenity ground, known as Bog Wood, through which the Dean Burn runs. Access to this area will be via the arable field.
This property has 32 acres of land.
The land at Fenwick Granary is less than two miles from the coast, and runs parallel to the A1 on the east side. Access is to the north from Fishers Back Road, although there is also a gateway directly onto the A1 towards the southern boundary of the land.Read all
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