The garden and grounds extend to just under an acre, which includes the field to front which measures about 0.7 acre.
The versatile accommodation in this charming property presently includes six double bedrooms with three bath/shower rooms (one ensuite), four reception rooms and a large farmhouse kitchen. The light filled interior is beautifully presented.
This property also includes a large porch area, utility room, downstairs cloakroom and an attached outhouse. Stairs from the utility room lead to the sixth bedroom, which has been renovated and offers potential for guest accommodation.
The property has a beautiful south facing private walled garden to the rear and established lawned gardens to the front. There is a large outbuilding to the rear and a double garage which opens into a communal courtyard.
Longburgh Farm is in the attractive conservation village of Longburgh, on the edge of the Solway Coast AONB and within easy reach of Carlisle.
A further two fields, totalling just under four acres, are available to purchase by separate negotiation. These are marked Field 1 and Field 2 on the Land Plan on page 19.
The property is located amidst picturesque countryside on the edge of Longburgh, a desirable conservation village which has the benefit with horse livery, and private swimming pool. A short walk takes you to the scenic Burgh Marshes, with wonderful views across the Solway to the Scottish fells.
The neighbouring village of Burgh-by-Sands, benefits from village green, active village hall, post office, pub and school. The beautiful Solway Coast AONB and the Hadrian's Wall route are on the doorstep.
The major city of Carlisle is a short drive away with shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and West Coast Main Line station offering easy access to Newcastle, Glasgow, London and other major cities.
Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas
Gas central heating
EPC Rating Exempt
Getting to Longburgh Farm
Take the M6 towards Carlisle, exiting at Junction 44. Take the A689 Carlisle bypass towards Workington. Exit right at the roundabout signposted Burgh-by-Sands (Burgh Road), proceeding for about six miles, through Kirkandrews-on-Eden and Monkhill into the village of Burgh-by-Sands. Continue through Burgh-by-Sands for about two miles, turning left at Dykefield House just before the marsh road. Drive over the humpback bridge and into Longburgh. Take the first left and continue up to the top of the road which opens out into a courtyard. Longburgh Farm is accessed through the black wrought iron gates next to a double garage with green doors.
Address: Longburgh Farm, Longburgh, Burgh-by-Sands, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA5 6AF.
To view: Strictly by appointment only with Fine & Country
Telephone 01228 583109