Walled garden at Ford Castle to letas business venture
The Grade II listed, 19th Century walled garden at Ford Castle is available to let as the setting for a new business venture.
Savills’ Wooler-based rural team is asking for expressions of interest in the nearly two-acre site.
Created for the Marchioness of Waterford, the walled garden has pedestrian access from the centre of Ford village as well as limited vehicular access, and is connected to electricity and mains water.
According to the agent, it may be suitable for glamping or a retreat.
Guy Sampson, associate director in the rural management team at Savills Wooler, said: “This is an unusual business opportunity on a blank canvas in a beautiful, private setting.”
He added: The garden has been run as a plant nursery for many years; however, the estate is open to considering any proposal subject to the necessary consents. A large number of tourists visit the estate for its range of other attractions and a new venture could well benefit from the critical mass of successful businesses already there.”
For more information please contact Emer Edwards at Savills Wooler on 01668 281 113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org