ENGLISHTOWN farm, near Longtown, has come onto the market for the first time in 100 years, with a price tag of £4 million.

The 462-acre arable and stock rearing farm has been described, in terms of size and scale, as the most significant farms to have been brought to the market in this part of Cumbria for many years.

Katie Proctor, Chartered Surveyor for H&H comments “This exceptional farm has been in the ownership of the same family for over 100 years, and they hope the next owners will love and cherish this farm to the same extent they have.”

The ringfenced farm includes a traditional stone built, seven-bedroom farmhouse and an extensive range of outbuildings, a three-bedroom bungalow and three terraced cottages.

"Englishtown Farm is a substantial diverse farm which compliments a variety of livestock and arable enterprises as well as residential investment opportunities. As such farms of this calibre do not come around often.” Thomas Armstrong, Director & Chartered Surveyor for H&H says.

The farm has 50 percent of the land in an arable rotation, and the other half of the farm is productive grassland currently supporting a store cattle finishing enterprise and sheep. .