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Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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VIDEO: Over €2m for 212ac stock-rearing farm with farmhouse & buildings

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Guiding at £1.8m is an “excellent”, productive stock rearing farm extending to 212.8ac, with a four-bedroom farmhouse, a range of outbuildings and 85.02 non-SDA entitlements.

According to the selling agents, H & H Land & Estates, most of the land lies within a ring fence surrounding the steading and is “ideal” for mowing/grazing.

The property firm claims that Frankstown Farm’s land is all sown down to grass and is in excellent heart.

Its land has had an active programme of re-seeding over recent years, and “most” of the land is capable of being ploughed and cropped.

The property has an F-rated four-bedroom farmhouse, offering “spacious” accommodation. It benefits from oil-fired central heating and timber double glazing.

Accommodation includes:

  • Utility room;
  • Dining kitchen;
  • Sitting room;
  • Hall;
  • Conservatory;
  • Living room;
  • Office;
  • Landing;
  • Shower room;
  • Four bedrooms.

There is an “excellent” range of brick-built traditional and modern outbuildings with slate roof coverings, which provide “extensive” stock and crop housing.

Attached to the house is a block-built room (6.25m x 3.85m) with a uPVC door to the rear yard and profile steel roof cladding which houses the central heating boiler and benefits from a WC with wash hand basin.

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To the other side of the house is a workshop/store (5.05m x 7.60m) which is lofted above, the uPVC door to the rear yard.

According to the selling agent, this could lend itself to the extension of the living accommodation if the purchaser desires. However, this is subject to the relevant planning permission consent.


Frankstown is “conveniently” located approximately 4 miles North of Longtown and 14 miles from Carlisle.

Moreover, the farm benefits from excellent access to the A7 and M6.

Longtown offers a variety of local amenities, including a primary school with secondary education available at William Howard in Brampton.

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