Oatlands Farmhouse, Farmstead and land is
located between Beckwithshaw and Killinghall
in an elevated position with long distance
southerly views over the surrounding countryside.
Harrogate is approximately 3.4 miles away, a
renowned spa town with a wealth of amenities
and facilities. Schools include both primary and
secondary, state and independent. The train
station has regular links through to Leeds and
York which in turn have connections to London
Kings Cross. Leeds Bradford International Airport
is approximately 10.9 miles away. Within the
village of Beckwithshaw there is a highly regarded
village primary school, village pub and a church.
The location is also ideal for those who wish to
commute to Harrogate, Leeds and Bradford.
A rare and exciting opportunity to purchase a
farmhouse, farm buildings and 180 acres (approx)
of land in a highly sought after location close to
Harrogate. The detached farmhouse is in need
of complete refurbishment. There is potential to
create additional dwellings (subject to necessary
planning consent) or a single residence with
ancillary buildings. The land and buildings extend
to approx. 180 acres (73.1 Ha).
Lot 1: Oatlands Farmhouse (Plot A)
and farm buildings (Plot B)
Guide price, £1,250,000
Available as a whole or in two lots
Oatlands farmstead comprises farmhouse, farm buildings and land
all extending to approximately 3.72 acres (1.50 Ha).
See separate particulars (available upon request).
Lot 2: 40.88 Acres (16.54 Ha) approx.
Guide price – £600,000
A productive block of pasture currently used for the grazing of livestock
and mowing with a level aspect enhancing the properties mowing
capability and ease to work the land. The lot is partly bounded by stock
proof fencing with a mixture of post and rail and post and wire sheep
netting. The land benefits from long term development potential as
identified by developers. The lot is connected to a mains water supply.
This lot can be accessed directly from the B6161 public highway known as
Lot 2 is being sold subject to a partial clawback of any development
value that might arise.
The land is currently subject to an option agreement with Barrett
David Wilson Homes. The land may have development potential and
accordingly any prospective purchaser will have to agree to the terms of
Lot 3: 45.6 Acres (18.45 Ha) approx.
Guide price – £450,000
A productive block of pasture currently used
for the grazing of livestock and mowing. The
lot has a gentle south facing slope enhancing
the drainage and allowing for surface water to
naturally percolate. The boundaries are drystone
walling. The lot benefits from a mains water. The
lot can be accessed directly from the B6161 public
highway known as Oaker Bank.
Lot 4: 3.93 Acres (1.59 Ha) approx.
Guide price – £40,000
A parcel of grassland suitable for a range of uses
such as grazing for livestock and equestrian use.
The lot can be accessed via the B6161 public
highway known as Oaker Bank and a right of way
over a private track. The lot benefits from a mains
43.52 Acres (17.61 Ha) approx.
Guide price – £375,000
The lot comprises productive grassland, currently
used for the grazing of livestock. It has future
potential for rewilding carbon offsetting and
other environmental schemes. The provisional
land classification is Grade 4. The land is partly
bounded by drystone walling and stock proof
fencing, however it would require additional
fencing to be erected by the purchaser to
complete the ring fence. The lot benefits from a
mains water supply.
43.04 Acres (17.42 Ha) approx.
Guide price – £250,000
The lot is currently used for the grazing of
livestock. It has future potential for rewilding,
carbon offsetting and other environmental
schemes. The provisional land classification is
Grade 4, with parts being described as Grade 5.
The lot mainly comprises rough grazing and is
partly bounded by drystone walling and stock
proof fencing, however it would require additional
fencing to be erected by the purchaser to
complete the ring fence. This lot benefits from a
spring water supply.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
The purchasers of individual lots will be responsible for
the erection and maintenance of stock proof fencing
on the boundaries.
Rights of way will be granted for the benefit of
appropriate lots from the public highway B6161.
The current access for Oatlands house and farm
buildings (Lot 1, plot A & B) will be via a right of way
over the existing farm track. It is the intention of the
sellers to create a new access. It is anticipated that
should this new access be built then the existing
entrance to the house and buildings will be separated
from farm traffic. In addition the buyers of the
property will be required to contribute towards the
cost of maintenance and repair of the existing and any
future access tracks to the property.
Health and Safety
All viewers must take extreme care when viewing the
property and any children must be kept under close
supervision whilst viewing. Given the potential hazards
of working farms and farmland we ask you to be
vigilant and all viewings are taken under your own risk.
Wayleaves & Easements
The property is sold subject to all Rights of Way, public
and private, which may affect the property. There are
public footpaths through the property.
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.
The mineral rights are included in the sale so far as
they are owned or exist.
There is potential for development in particular Lot
1 and Lot 2. Some lots are to be sold subject to a
development clawback clause.
Strictly through the selling agents. Lister Haigh,
Knaresborough 01423 860322
From Harrogate proceed out of the town on the Otley
Road towards Beckwithshaw. At the T-Junction mini
roundabout, turn right onto the B6161. Proceed along
this road down the hill and over Pot Bridge and take
the next turning left just over the brow of the hill.
Continue down the track and you will find Oatlands
House on the left-hand side.