Offers Over £55,000
Land at Faw Head, Gayle
• Productive meadow and pasture land extending to approximately 2.86 Ha (7.07 Ac) • Amenity woodland • Stone field barn • Vehicular access directly off the public highway known as Mossy Lane • Situated in Yorkshire Dales National Park
The land at Faw Head comprises productive meadow and pasture land with a stone field barn. The land is bounded by a mix of traditional dry stone walls and post and wire fences. The land is located approximately one mile from the popular market town of Hawes.
The land extends to approximately 2.86 Ha (7.07 Ac), comprising approximately 2.64 Ha (6.52 Ac) of permanent pasture and approximately 0.16 Ha (0.40 Ac) of mature amenity woodland running down to and including Gayle Beck. The remaining area comprises part of Gayle Beck.
The land is located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, and is suitable for livestock and horse grazing, and amenity and wildlife use.
Vehicular access is taken directly off the public highway know as Mossy Lane, located on the northern boundary.
Rights of Way and Easements
There are two public footpaths transecting the land, the approximate routes have
been detailed on the plan within these sale particulars with a dashed blue line.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, water courses and other easements, quasi or reputed easements and rights of adjoining owners if any affecting the same and all existing or proposed wayleaves and all other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute.
Sporting and Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights for the land are included with the property insofar as they are owned.
Basic Payment Scheme and other Grant Schemes
The land has not been registered for claims to be made under the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) and is therefore sold without the benefit of any Basic Payment entitlements.
The property has not been entered into any Environmental Stewardship Scheme.
The purchaser(s) and their successors in title will take over responsibility for the maintenance of all boundaries indicated by the inward facing ‘T’ marks on the sale plan insofar as they are owned.
The sale particulars plan differs slightly from the Land Registry Title plan, and the Solicitor will be able to answer any queries regarding this.
Tenure and Possession
The freehold interest in the property is offered for sale with vacant possession upon completion. The land has been licenced on an annual and informal basis for sheep grazing.
Travel west through Hawes and just before leaving the town, turn left onto the B6255 (signposted Ingleton). After 0.3 mile, turn left onto Mossy Lane and travel along this road for approximately 0.5 mile. Bear right and continue along the track and the land is situated on the left hand side.
Please register your interest with the Bedale Office. The land then may be inspected on foot and during daylight hours by persons in possession of these particulars. We ask that you are as vigilant as possible when inspecting the property especially when crossing Gayle Beck.
Whilst we have taken great care to prepare particulars that correctly describe the property, the information is based upon that supplied by and on behalf of the Vendor, which will not form part of any contract between the Vendor and the Purchaser(s).
Place, Blair & Hatch
241 High Street
Yorkshire Dales National Park