Property Summary

Guide Price £1,175,000

  • 168.09 Acres

Land at Newby

Sneck Gate Lane, Newby, Middlesbrough

    Key Features

  • Easy working block of productive arable land with a small parcels of grass and woodland.
  • Good roadside access
  • Ring fenced

Desirable Grade 3 arable land, grassland and woodland extending in total to approximately 68.02 Ha (168.09 Ac).

The land is located within close proximity to the village of Newby and the larger towns of Stokesley, Great Ayton and Middlesbrough within the county of North Yorkshire.

The land has direct roadside access onto the public highways the B1365, Sneck Gate Lane and Bromley Lane. The land is marked with a George F White for sale sign.

The Land
The land at Newby is a an excellent opportunity to acquire a ring fenced block of farmland, extending in total to approximately 68.02 Hectares (168.09 Acres). The land at Newby benefits from 58.31 Hectares (144.09 Acres) of Grade 3 arable land, 3.63 Hectares (8.97 Acres) of grassland and 6.03 Hectares (14.91 Acres) of woodland.

The underlying soil classified as the Dunkeswick association. A slowly permeable seasonally wet acid but base-rich loamy and clayey soil.

Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty. The Vendor reserves the right to invite best and final offers by a closing date. If you have downloaded these particulars, please register your interest with the Bedale office so that you can be kept informed as to how we propose to conclude the sale.

Basic Payment Scheme and Countryside Stewardship
The vendor has claimed Basic Payment Scheme for the 2019 scheme year therefore the purchaser(s) will be required to sign an indemnification that they will maintain the land in good agricultural and environmental condition and follow the rules of Basic Payment Scheme and cross compliance regulations. Further to this the indemnification will hold the purchaser liable should the vendor be penalised for a breach of cross compliance. There is not a Countryside Stewardship Agreement at the property.

The Basic Payment Scheme Non - SDA Entitlements will be included in the sale of the property.

Sporting and Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights are included with the sale insofar as they are owned.

The Purchaser(s) and their successors in title will take over responsibility for the maintenance of all boundaries insofar as they are owned.

Rights and Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourses 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.

There is a jointing chamber for underground cables demarked with two crash barriers and related drains, within the northernmost field parcel with an easement to National Grid. This easement heads west across that field between the woodland to another jointing chamber in the next field. These are high voltage cables. In addition, there are underground electricity cables in the northernmost field marked by stone markers in the fence boundary running between the two woodland parcels. There are electricity poles in the southernmost field parcels with an easement in favour of Northern Power Grid Company PLC. There are two high pressure gas mains which cross the land with an easement in place. A public footpath crosses the northernmost field parcel.

Ingoing Valuation
In addition to the purchase price, the purchaser will be required to pay for any growing crops, including cultivations, seeds, fertilisers, sprays, lime, new leys and acts of husbandry at cost or market value (whichever is the higher) and any items normally paid for at ingoing.

The land may be inspected on foot and during daylight hours by persons in possession of these particulars, provided they have registered their interest with the Bedale office on 01677 425301 or emailed

Wrigleys Solicitors, 19 Cookridge Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 3AG

There is a small area of permanent pasture within an arable land parcel which was once used to deposit licensed building waste and hence has not since been ploughed.