Low Wath Road, Pateley Bridge
Guide Price£130,000Make an enquiry
Situated in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the property lies approximately 0.5 miles to the North West of the market town of Pateley Bridge, 13 miles South West of the city of Ripon and 15 miles North West of the town of Harrogate. The property is within easy reach of the B6265.
A parcel of land extending to 12.91 acres (5.22 ha) approx. of grassland bounded by a well-maintained stone wall, spinney and stream known as Foster Beck. The land is freely draining, slightly acid loamy soil and classified as Grade 4.
The land offers scope for equestrian and amenity use, as well as commercial farming, with three points of access off Low Wath Lane. The land has previously been grazed by livestock and mown for silage.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The farmland is registered with the RPA Land Parcel Information system under the Basic Payment Scheme. The BPS entitlements relating to the land are included in the sale. The purchaser will be required to pay £250 + VAT towards the transfer.
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP SCHEME
None of the land is included in an environmental stewardship scheme.
There is stream fed water supply to the field. Additionally there is a mains water supply which is not connected at present.
From the centre of Pateley Bridge head South West on the High Street (B6265) towards Nidd Walk. At the petrol station turn right onto Low Wath Road. Follow the road for under half a mile, the property shall be on your right and marked by a Lister Haigh ´For Sale´ board.
SPORTING AND MINERAL RIGHTS
The sporting and mineral rights are included within the sale.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictive covenants, both public and private whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, wayleaves and rights of way both public and private, whether mentioned in these particulars or not which may affect the property.
Notwithstanding the above, the property will benefit from a right of way over the driveway running to Brigg House as shown brown on the plan.
There are various easements for water pipes crossing the land, the beneficiaries of these include Rodwell House, Corn Close Farm, Yorkshire Water and the Rolling Mill.
NITRATE VULNERABLE ZONES
The land is not situated in an Nitrate Vulnerable Zone.
Harrogate Borough Council, Civic Centre, Saint Lukes Avenue, Harrogate, HG1 2AE Tel: 01423 500 600
METHOD OF SALE
***BEST & FINAL OFFERS INVITED IN EXCESS OF £130,000 BY 12 NOON THURSDAY 1ST NOVEMBER 2018.***
See attached letter and offer form for full details.
TENURE AND OCCUPATION
The tenure of the property is understood to be freehold. The land is subject to a grazing licence until 30th March 2019 where after vacant possession will be available.
The property may be viewed at any reasonable time while in possession of these particulars after contacting Lister Haigh, Tel: 01423 860322
PLANS AND AREAS
The plans attached to these particulars are a copy of the Ordnance Survey Promap Plan. The areas given may vary from the Rural Land Registry plans and previous Ordnance Survey Sheets, field data sheets and deed plans. All plans in these particulars are for identification purposes only and areas are approximate and subject to the verification in the title documents.
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