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Glebe Farm, Hartburn, Morpeth, Northumberland








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Key features

  • 3 bed stone house
  • 56.15 acres of good quality land
  • Range of Buildings



An attractive smallholding in an idyllic part of Northumberland, with stone house, a range of buildings and 56.15 acres of land in a ring fence. There is considerable scope to improve and modernise the property to create a truly special smallholding in a desirable location in the heart of Northumberland.

From Morpeth take the B6343 for approximately 8 miles into the village of Hartburn. Glebe Farm is situated on the left hand side of B6343 just past the war memorial in the centre of the village.

For satellite navigation, please use the postcode NE61 4JB.

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Glebe Farm is located in the small but charming village of Hartburn, approximately 8 miles west of Morpeth and 6 miles north of Belsay.

The larger city of Newcastle upon Tyne is located approximately 20 miles to the south east, with the A1(M) being located only 6 miles to the east of the property.

The property sits in a very attractive part of rural Northumberland, whilst still being accessible and close to nearby towns and commuter links.

Drainage for the farmhouse is to a septic tank which is located on the property. There is an oil fired central heating system and mains electricity and water. The buildings have mains water and an electricity supply and all of the field parcels have mains fed water troughs.

The Farmhouse

The farmhouse at Glebe Farm comprises of an attractive stone cottage, under a pantile roof. The house would benefit from modernisation throughout. In brief, the accommodation at Glebe Farm comprises of: Kitchen Fitted wooden floor and wall units, sink with mixer tap, electric oven, electric hob, extractor fan and integrated fridge. Living Room Living room with stone fireplace and door to garden. Bathroom Bath with overhead electric shower, WC and handbasin. Bedroom 1 Double room with storage cupboard. Bedroom 2 Double room with storage cupboard. Bedroom 3 Double room with stone fireplace.


The building plan shows the layout of the traditional and modern structures at Glebe Farm, as follows: Building 1 - Farmhouse (see previous descriptions). Building 2 - Bothy (6.13m x 9.39m) Traditional two storey stone built bothy, with a slate roof and concrete floor. The bothy has both an electricity and water supply and represents an excellent opportunity for an alternative use, subject to the necessary consents. Building 3 - Portacabin (not included in sale) Building 4 - Dutch Barn (6.19m x 12.06m) Open to front and used for storage purposes with earth floor and a timber mezzanine floor. Building 5 - General Purpose Building (11.95m x 15.92m) Timber frame general purpose building of part concrete block and part Yorkshire boarding construction with a concrete floor and corrugated roof. The building has water and an electricity supply. Building 6 - Timber Lean To (4.16m x 25.55m) Timber Lean To with concrete floor currently used for housing livestock with (truncated)

The Land

The land extends to approximately 56.15 acres (22.72 hectares) in total, all of which are used for grazing, with the majority also being suitable for mowing/making hay. One of the fields is rigg and furrow. The boundaries are a mixture of post and wire fencing, drystone walling and hedgerows all of which appear to be in good condition overall. The land is in good condition and has good access via the farm steading, and also at two further points north of Glebe Farm from the main road.

Countryside Stewardship Scheme

The land is in a Mid Tier Countryside Stewardship scheme which runs until 31st December 2025. A copy of this agreement is available on request. The Buyer will be required to continue with this agreement until it expires at the end of the current term. The Buyer is required to indemnify the seller against any losses to the Seller resulting from the Buyer failing to continue with the agreement or failing to comply with the terms and conditions of the Scheme. Potential Buyers are advised to discuss any queries they may have about the Scheme with Natural England and obtain their own independent advice.

Council Tax & EPC

The Council tax band is D, payable to Northumberland County Council and the EPC rating is E41.


The property is sold subject to all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, rights of light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, obligations and easements, quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether or not constituted in the title deeds or referred to in these particulars. The Buyers will be held to have satisfied themselves as to the nature of any such burdens where applicable.

Mineral & Sporting Rights

The mineral and sporting rights are included in the sale as far as we are aware.

Method of Sale

The property is offered for sale as a whole by Private Treaty. The Seller reserves the right to amalgamate, withdraw or exclude any of the property shown at any time or to generally amend the particulars. Please register your interest with H&H Land & Estates.


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Glebe Farm, Hartburn, Morpeth, Northumberland


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