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Rare chance to buy a fine equestrian estate.

Newlands Grange is one of the finest equestrian estates in Northumberland. The estate, with around 291 acres of prime arable and pasture land, along with four converted cottages, stone-built bungalow, menage, traditional yard, indoor school, stables, looseboxes and American barn, also includes a stunning Georgian farmhouse.

The property has been greatly modernised to create a contemporary family home. The historic house features an entrance vestibule with Georgian floor to ceiling window and quarry tiled flooring and drawing room with sash windows and Georgian marble fireplace.

There is a dining room with Georgian marble fireplace and kitchen with Shaker-style units, Aga and French doors leading to the traditional farmhouse yard. There is also a utility room, bathroom and cloakroom.

On the first floor there are four bedrooms and family bathroom.

The property is surrounded by around 2.79 hectares of pasture.

The sale also includes Forge Cottage, which features a country-style kitchen, living room with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and a bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Nicholas Christofides, of RPS Residential, said: "This is an opportunity to purchase a property with huge character, superb equestrian facilities and land. The estate has the potential to be very profitable, lending itself to a number of business and leisure purposes linked to the equestrian business and we're expecting the high standard of the stabling and training facilities to be a major selling point.

"In addition, the range of residential properties offers scope for providing staff accommodation or holiday rentals, with four cottages close to the main house and another property in its own grounds."

The farmhouse is for sale at a guide price of pounds 1.2m. The estate is also for sale as a whole. Contact RPS Residential for details, tel: (01434) 608980.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 14, 2007
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