Workington farmhouse on market for £1m
Last updated at 19:58, Thursday, 12 July 2012
A Workington farmhouse that was once home to a coal mine is for sale for £1 million.
The current owner of the 218-acre Parkhouse Farm, near High Harrington, bought it to extract coal, with 100 acres used as an open cast mine.
The site was restored to a working farm in 1999 and it was let out, as the owner did not live in the area.
The stone-built farmhouse has five bedrooms and 42,000sq ft of buildings.
Planning permission has been granted to create a farm shop and cafe, fishing lake, animal viewing area and orchard.
It is on the market with H&H Land and Property.
First published at 19:25, Thursday, 12 July 2012
Published by http://www.timesandstar.co.uk
Have your say
Be the first to comment on this article!
Make your comment
- A595 roadworks completed
- West Cumbrian rapist sentenced to 12 years in prison
- Firm keeps La’al Ratty on track
- Hotel copule earn top AA award
- Hotel puts its energy into biomass boiler
- Chamber launches West Cumbria business breakfast
- Former lecturer restores rotting Maryport boat
- Vandals take plaques in memory of Great Clifton teen David Foster (10 comments)
- Broughton Moor care home approved despite objections (4 comments)
- Maryport plans tourism drive with Mary Portas cash (1 comment)