The land is located on the eastern edge of Bempton village, situated to the south of the B1229 Flamborough Road with direct road access and comprises one field which is predominantly level and south facing.
The land is situated near the coastal resorts of Bridlington and Flamborough, close to the RSPB Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, which is a popular tourist attraction and home to a number of rare and important sea birds. Bempton is a rural east coast village situated approximately 4milles north of Bridlington.
Travelling from Bridlington, follow the A165 north towards Scarborough. After approximately 2.5 miles turn right signposted Bempton and Buckton. Continue forward and at the T Junction turn left and proceed over the railway crossing. At the next T Junction turn right, signposted Bempton. Upon entering Bempton continue forward onto Flamborough Road (B1229) and the field is the first field on the right hand side as identified by Cundallls 'For Sale' board.
An attractive parcel of high quality Wolds arable/grassland amounting to approximately 7.06 acres located in an edge of village position adjoining existing residential developments and with long term development potential (subject to planning permission).
The land comprises a productive field, which has been well farmed and appears in good heart and is capable of producing good quality arable crops and grazing or hay crops. The land has far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.
The property should appeal to those with agricultural, amenity, conservation or equestrian interests. There is also possibly long term development potential on the land and the land is situated on the edge of the current development limits adjoining residential properties to the west.
The land is bounded by post and wire fencing and mature hawthorn hedge. The land is currently a temporary grass ley, but in previous years crops of oil seed rape and spring barley have been produced.
The Land is classified as Grade 3 on the Land Classification Plans and lies in an area of soils known as Burlingham 2, being a chalky till defined as ''deep fine loamy soils with slowly permeable subsoils and slight seasonal waterlogging, some slowly permeable seasonal waterlogged fine loamy soils, some well drained, fine and course loamy soils'.