Main Street, Wath, near Ripon
14.23 acres (5.76 Ha) of productive grassland
Guide Price£170,000Make an enquiry
LOCATION AND ACCESS
The land lies in a highly desirable location, directly to the
east of Wath Village, some 4 miles north east of Ripon
and 10 miles south of Bedale. Both lots are accessed
directly from a quiet lane running between the villages of
Wath and Middleton Quernhow.
The land is shown edged red on the attached plan, with
access points marked in orange.
The land extends in total to approx 23.40 acres (9.47 Ha)
comprising a ring-fenced block of productive grassland
capable of mowing and grazing. The land is suitably well
fenced, with sturdy stock-proof post and wire fencing
around the entirety. Both Lots also benefit from fishing
rights on an attractive stretch of Wath Beck which forms
the boundary between the two parcels and provides a
natural water supply.
Lot 1: 14.23 acres approx. (5.76 Ha) Grassland
This is a highly attractive ringfenced block of versatile
permanent grassland, benefitting from road frontage. At
the southern end of the parcel is a cattle handling
system and race, conveniently located adjacent to the
gateway for loading livestock.
According to the provisional land classification the land
is classed as Grade 3, with soilscapes describing the land
as "Freely draining slightly acid loamy soils".
Lot 2: 9.17 acres approx. (3.71 Ha) Grassland / Arable
Land with Copse.
Lying directly adjacent to Lot 1, this is also a very
versatile block of land. It is currently down to grass but
is capable of growing arable crops and part has
previously been used to grow potatoes. According to the
provisional land classification the land is predominantly
classed as Grade 2, with soilscapes describing the land
as "Loamey and clayey soils with naturally high
In the north western corner of Lot 2 is an attractive
copse, comprising a mix of mature evergreen and
The land is not currently subject to any environmental
NITRATE VULNERABLE ZONE
The land lies within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone
The sporting rights are included with
the sale so far as they are owned or exist.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to all Rights of Way, public
and private, which may affect 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 property will be sold subject to a development value
overage clause. If the land obtains planning
consent for development other than Agricultural use within the next 30 years the vendor will be
entitled to receive 50% of the increase in value
North Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Northallerton, North
Yorkshire DL7 8AD
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale initially by private treaty
although the vendor reserves the right to conclude the
sale by any other method.
TENURE AND OCCUPATION
The tenure of the property is understood to be freehold.
Vacant possession will be provided upon completion.
The property may be viewed at any reasonable time
during daylight hours, whilst in possession of these
particulars but only having previously notified the agent´s
From Wath Main Street, continue east until you have
passed the village church on your left-hand side. Both
parcels are situated adjacent to each other, immediately
on the left as you leave the village and identified by a for