Guide Price £1,200,000
- 177 Acres
Land At Fir Tree Farm
Seamer, Hilton, Middlesbrough
Extensive modern agricultural buildings with the potential for alternative uses and agricultural land comprising of 56.72 Hectares (140.16 Acres) of Grade 3 arable land and 13.78 Hectares (34.06 Acres) of woodland, part of which is designated as Brewsdale Nature Reserve which is managed by the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust. In total the property extends to approximately 71.68 hectares (177.13 Acres).
The land is located within close proximity to the village of Hilton and the larger towns of Stokesley and Middlesbrough.
The land has direct roadside access onto the public highway known as Seamer Road and Middleton Lane which connects to the A172 and A19.
Set within a ring fence the land consists of approximately 56.72 Hectares (140.16 Acres) of Grade 3 arable land and 13.78 Hectares (34.06 Acres) of woodland plus further tracks, buildings, etc.
The boundaries of the property predominantly comprise of mature hedgerows and the fields are accessed via gateways and tracks from the farmstead and internally via gateways between fields.
The underlying soil is described as the Dunkeswick association, being slowly permeable seasonally wet slightly acid but base-rich loamy and clayey soils.
Part of the woodland is designated as Brewsdale Nature Reserve and is managed by agreement with the Wildlife Trust Tees Valley. The woodland valley has a tributary of the River Leven running through it. The nature reserve has a marked footpath for visitors which is a permissive footpath.