Land for saleLong Preston, Skipton
Withdrawn from Market £85,000
The land is located approximately 11 miles to the North West of Skipton, 3 miles South of Settle and ½ mile North West of the village of Long Preston. The property adjoins the A65 Skipton to Kirkby Lonsdale road and lies between 125 and 200 meters above sea level.
The land extends in total to approximately 7.89 Acres (3.19ha) and comprises 2 blocks of productive farmland, currently all laid to grassland and being suitable for a number of uses including agriculture, horticulture, equestrian and amenity uses (subject to the necessary consents). There is a dilapidated stone barn within Lot 1 and the majority of the boundaries are stockproof with either stone walls or post & wire fences. The land is offered in 2 Lots as detailed below:
LOT 1 - 6.25ac (2.53ha)
A single parcel of productive farmland together with a dilapidated stone barn with an access lane off the main road. The land is currently down to a grass/clover ley. Please note that the stone barn has no roof.
LOT 2 - 1.64ac (0.66ha)
A single block of productive farmland, currently sown to a grass/clover ley and benefiting from access directly off the A65. The land is well walled with a stockproof fence adjoining the railway and is suitable for a range of uses including agriculture and equestrian.
ACCESS & RIGHTS OF WAY
Access to Lots 1 & 2 can be obtained directly off the A65 highway. This is shown brown on the plans in these particulars.
There are no services connected at present. We are advised that mains electricity is available in the locality and springs issued onto the property within Lot 1.
TENURE & OCCUPATION
The land is sold Freehold. The land is currently subject to a grazing licence running until the end of December 2013 whereupon vacant possession will be available.
EASEMENTS & WAYLEAVES
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, there are a number of electricity poles and stays in place on Lot 1 and we further understand that a mains gas pipe crosses Lot 1.
SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS
The mineral and sporting rights are included in the sale so far as they are owned or exist.
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 maintenance responsibilities for the boundaries of each lot are shown with T marks on the plan attached. This is an indication based on information provided and is not definitive.
The boundary between Lot 1 and 2 shall be the responsibility of the purchaser of Lot 1 to keep this in a stock proof condition.
SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered on the RPA Rural Land Register under the Single Payment Scheme and the following Normal SPS Entitlements in the England Outside SDA region are included in this sale:
Lot 1: 2.44 Ha Lot 2: 0.66 Ha
The purchaser(s) will be obliged to pay the sum of £250 plus VAT per transfer towards the cost of the transfer of the SPS Entitlements. All transfers to be undertaken by Lister Haigh.
The land is not currently entered into an Environmental Stewardship Scheme.
Craven District Council, 1 Belle Vue Square, Broughton Road, Skipton DB23 1FJ Tel: 01756 700600 www.cravendc.gov.uk
PLANS AND AREAS
The areas given are based on the OS Promap data and may vary from the Rural Land Register plans and previous Ordnance Survey Sheets, Field Data Sheets and Deed Plans. All plans in these particulars are for identification purposes only. All boundaries, dimensions and areas are approximate and subject to verification in the Title Deeds.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty although the vendor reserves the right to conclude the sale by any other method.
All parties may inspect the land on foot only whilst in possession of a set of these particulars and during daylight hours. Please note that the lane shown brown is not suitable for cars and prospective purchasers should take care when leaving and joining the main highway. The land is part of a working farm and viewers should take reasonable care, in particular with regard to the stone barn and livestock on the property.
From Skipton proceed North West on the A65 Kirkby Lonsdale and Settle Road for approximately 11 miles. Pass through the village of Long Preston and continue for a further ½ mile. The land is on the left hand side identified by our for sale board.
If you have downloaded these particulars from our website you must contact our office to register your interest in order to be kept updated with the progress of the sale.
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