Adderstone Mains Farm, an arable farm with a pig enterprise, is available for purchase.

The farm, located on the edge of the north Northumberland coastal plain, spans 397.02 acres.

The farm enjoys stunning views over Budle Bay and is in close proximity to the Northumberland Heritage Coast.

The property, being sold by Galbraith, includes a four-bedroomed house called Chapeltrees, boasting lovely coastal views.

There is also a recently constructed, three-bedroomed log cabin lodge.

The farm has obtained planning consent for a detached, two-storey, four-bedroomed farmhouse.

The farm features specialist pig housing, which can accommodate up to 2,000 pigs.

There are 382 acres of arable land with sandy clay loam soils, ideal for producing high yields of combinable crops.

In 2015, dry wheat yields averaged an impressive 5.30 tonnes/acre.

The property also boasts areas of permanent pasture, woodland, and a pond, which provide amenity, wildlife, and conservation interest.

In recent years, the farm has implemented a regenerative farming approach, introducing temporary grass, a sheep enterprise, and legume fallows and cover crops under a Higher Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme.

The farm operates a 'Bed & Breakfast pig operation', rearing up to 2,000 weaners per batch to finishing weight each year.

This endeavour generates an annual income of approximately £70,000 with the resultant manure applied to the land.

Nearby, Coastal Grains in Belford offers state-of-the-art co-operative grain drying and storage facilities.

The property is available for purchase as a whole or in various lots.

The guide price for the entire farm is £5,125,000.

Lot 1 consists of Chapeltrees and its grounds, spanning 1.53 acres, and is priced at £550,000.

Lot 2, priced at £3,600,000, encompasses 298.65 acres, including the main farm stead, Budle View, and the proposed farmhouse site.

Lot 3, priced at £975,000, covers 96.84 acres and includes a general purpose building.

Alistair Cochrane said: “Adderstone Mains is a rare property with productive land, high yield potential, well-maintained farmhouse and an excellent range of farm buildings. The farm enjoys a most attractive aspect and therefore offers a fantastic opportunity, due to the quality of the land, the fine setting and the proximity to the Northumberland coastline.”