Price on Application
- 18.54 Acres
Land At Tofts Bank
Haydon Bridge, Hexham, Northumberland
The land at Tofts Bank extends approximately 7.50 hectares (18.54 acres). It has excellent road side access and is suitable for agricultural, equine and amenity purchases alike. Available as a whole of 3 separate parcels.
The land is located just outside the village of Haydon Bridge to the north, south of Heugh House Lane and west of Tofts Bank in an area renowned for agricultural production. It benefits from being located near to the A69 which links Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle.
It offers an excellent opportunity to purchase a block of productive permanent pasture land that extends to 7.50 Ha (18.54 Ac) suitable for agricultural, equine and amenity purchasers alike.
There is roadside access surrounding the land allowing it to be split into three separate parcels if required. The land benefits from a natural water supply to fields 1 & 3 and a mains water supply to field 2. The land is well contained with a mixture of stock fencing and traditional stone walls.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land at Tofts Bank is sold inclusive of Basic Payment Scheme entitlements which will be transferred to the purchaser as part of the purchase price.
Countryside Stewardship Schemes
The land is not currently entered into a Countryside Stewardship scheme.
Sporting & Mineral Rights
The sporting and mineral rights are included within the sale in so far as they are believed to be owned.
Easements, Wayleaves & Rights of Way
The land 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 and proposed wayleaves and other matters registered by any competent authority, subject to Statute.
Development Clawback Agreement
There is a development clawback in favour of Northumberland County Council. If planning permission is granted on the Property for any development for non-agricultural or non-equestrian use then an overage payment of 50% of the uplift in value.