Opportunity To Buy Your Own Rural Idyll
A rare opportunity has arisen to own a picture postcard pocket of land in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Pretty meadow and pasture land for sale at Faw Head, Gayle, near Hawes in Wensleydale includes amenity woodland, a traditional stone field barn and a beck swimming with brown trout.
The two meadow fields and three pasture fields with woodland extend to over seven acres and the area is offered for vacant possession upon completion.
The sporting and mineral rights for the land are included with the property.
Agent Hannah Turner from George F White says: “This is a lovely picturesque piece of land and could lend itself to a number of different scenarios for an investor, developer or farmer. The field barn was built in the 18th century and has been used for agricultural storage ever since. It would lend itself well to a very special holiday home or fishing lodge, with the land supporting a small holding or rural tourism business, subject to the necessary planning consents being granted.
But even though it’s exceptionally scenic and rural, you’re not totally isolated as you have the attractive village of Hawes, tourism magnet and home of Wensleydale Cheese just a mile away – so you have the best of both worlds – beautiful rural surroundings, with 21st century amenities and visitors if you want them.
‘We’re envisaging a great deal of interest in land at Faw Head. If you love the Dales, you’ll want this place all to yourself!’
Guide price is £50,000 and viewing is strictly by appointment with the Agent.
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