A SECLUDED stone-built farmhouse, over 100 acres of land, farm buildings and a 21-bed bunkhouse in County Durham is on the market - and it could be yours for £1million. 

Carrs Farm, in Wolsingham, is looking for new owners and the sale provides a very unique opportunity for a rural lifestyle.

The three bedroom farmhouse, with potential for two further bedrooms, is stone built and has eco-features such as a wind turbine, solar panels and a borehole for water.

A stone-built 3 bedroom farmhouse, with potential for 5 bedrooms, approximately 102.5 acres (41.48 ha) of grassland and woodland, a range of useful farm buildings and

Attached to the house is a 21-bed bunkhouse popular for parties, family functions and educational groups. Surrounding the land is 102.5 acres of grassland, woodland and flower meadows.

Just over a mile south west of Wolsingham, Carrs Farm is approximately 15 miles west of Durham and 6 miles east of Stanhope. Wolsingham has amenities such a shops, primary and secondary schools and plenty of local services.

A 5kw wind turbine situated to the southwest of the farmhouse, provides electricity for both the house and the bunkhouse and the property has no mains electricity supply. 

The Farmhouse

The main living room has a traditional-style fireplace with wooden surround and a large window overlooking the surrounding meadow and a stream. 

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Steps lead down to a further reception room, which has double doors leading out to a patio area, overlooking the surrounding land. 

To the right of the hallway is a large dining room with original beamed ceiling and an oak framed fireplace with log burner. Adjacent to this is the kitchen which is fitted with floor and wall units in oak and black granite worksurfaces. 

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Stairs from the central hallway lead to three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and original beamed ceiling. A further double room has a balcony with panoramic.

The Bunkhouse

The main door opens into a large dining and seating area with wooden flooring and full height ceiling with exposed beams. 

To the right is a kitchen with a large range cooker, a range of floor and wall units, a log burner and seating area. 

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There are also two shower rooms with sink, toilet, shower and a heated towel rail on this floor. 

Stairs from the dining area lead to three bedrooms with purpose built bunk beds and a further shower room. 

Outside of the bunkhouse is a patio area with plenty of seating, several tables and a fire pit. The bunkhouse is open all year and typically runs at full occupancy at weekends and school holidays. The quieter months are November to January. The current rate is £25 per person per night.

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The Land

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The land surrounds the house and steading area and is approximately 102.5 acres of wildflower meadows, grassland and woodland.

Farm Buildings

Adjacent to the house is a 7.76m x 16.93m building constructed of concrete blocks and a steel frame with a concrete floor and a tin sheet roof and cladding. 
There are large wooden doors and inside are useful concrete pens. A further large building measuring 13.6m x 14.84m, constructed of concrete blocks and wooden boarding with a concrete floor, houses six stables. 

A further7.4m x 14m open fronted, steel framed shed is currently used for hay storage.

For more information, visit: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/105261743#/?channel=COM_BUY

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