Preston Tower is surrounded by stunning farm and woodland in the county of Northumberland.
The Tower is a building with decades of history. The tower was built between 1390 and 1410 at the time when rivalry between families on either side of the England-to-Scotland borders was growing: before long the rivalry became thievery, known as REIVING. The naming of families such Robsons, Armstrongs and Maxwells as BORDER REIVERS and the cross-border actions as REIVING was a variation on phrases such as theft, murder, kidnap or rustling.
The farm is arable and stock farm, with a 30 acre woodland attached. It is secluded, with plenty of wildlife around, including the United Kingdom’s rare Red Squirrel. It is an ideal base for walkers, and those who want to have a paddle in the sea.
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