- Smallholding with 14.81 acres (5.99 hectares) of grassland
- Traditional Farmhouse with considerable potential
- Range of Modern and Traditional Farm Buildings for a Stock Farm
- Peaceful Rural Setting
- Potential Equestrian Property
The farmhouse is located to the south of the steading. It comprises a stone built detached property with a rendered finish under a slate roof. There is an attached stone outhouse which offers considerable extension potential and it is currently utilised for storage purposes. The property is generally in a good state of repair, offering the character of a traditional farmhouse with the potential for modernisation and personalisation.
Row Farm steading comprises a mixture of modern and traditional agricultural buildings which are predominantly used for housing livestock, and for the storage of machinery, produce and general equipment. A number of the agricultural buildings would be suitable for conversion into either residential or equestrian uses subject to obtaining planning permission. There are hardcore and concrete yard areas for external storage.
The land extends to 14.41 acres (5.83 ha) and is predominantly Grade 3 according to the Agricultural Land Classification of England and Wales. It is within a ring fence and generally found to be in good heart. The land is currently divided into four parcels and there is potential for division into smaller paddocks for equestrian purposes.