- farm house
- farm land
- small holding
Lot 1 - Lowgill Hall Farm House was built around 1653 and is a three-bedroom traditional farmhouse located in the small rural village of Lowgill in the northern section of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Lowgill Hall offers an excellent opportunity for those looking to put their own stamp on a historic Rural Property.
The stone built farmhouse is under a stone-flagged roof and is a grade 2 listed building. You can find the listing under the following reference on the Historic England website: 1164953.
Historic England link: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1164953
Lowgill Hall benefits from a private driveway and yard offering ample off road parking. The property also has a long front garden that runs from the farmhouse front door down to the front of the property.
The farmhouse benefits from mains water, electricity and drainage. The farmhouse is dated and requires modernisation but has huge potential and offers an excellent starting point for any project. B4RN broadband is located in the village and could be connected if desired.
Lot 2 - Comprises approximately 15.36 acres of productive pastureland adjacent to Crossdale Beck on the Northern Boundary. The land contains approximately 4.8 acres of level ground. The remaining 10.16 acres of grazing land is productive pastureland that undulates down towards the beck. This parcel offers excellent value under its current agricultural use but also has great potential in environmental and other uses subject to appropriate permissions. There is also 0.4 acres of woodland with the RPA parcel number SD6565 5023.