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The letting of Hart Hall Farm presents a rare opportunity to gain a long-term, twenty-year tenancy on a productive and well-equipped livestock farm. The current tenants have run a commercial dairy enterprise from the holding.
The landlord has worked and cooperated with the present tenants for over 30 years to support a farming with nature policy to protect the landscape and conserve period buildings. The landlord and the Trust can be expected to support the new tenants with rents derived from the farm to be reinvested into the holding where this is in the interests of the agreed farm policy.
The farm has operated as a commercial dairy unit by the current tenants, Mr and Mrs Welford, with buildings and facilities used to support the herd. The farm lends itself to range of livestock enterprises and includes a 5-bedroom period farmhouse, a range of buildings and is situated within around 212 acres including 167 acres of productive grassland and arable which is suitable for mowing/silage and in some parts, cereal cropping.
Hart Hall is currently free from any environmental or countryside stewardship schemes and prospective tenants will be expected to enter into suitable schemes to provide financial assistance for the management of the natural environment. Approximately 40-acres of woodland is proposed to be included within the tenancy to be utilised as part of any wider stewardship schemes, however the timber rights will be excluded.
Overall, the letting of Hart Hall Farm provides a rare opportunity to enter into a long-term tenancy on a productive 212-acre upland farm and also generate additional income streams with environmental schemes and diversification, subject to the necessary consents.
The farm is located in a rural position in open countryside in Glaisdale, a short distance south of the village. Hart Hall Farm is situated in an attractive, private position, which is accessed off a private roadway which leads directly into the farmstead from the council-maintained highway.
Glaisdale is located 0.5 miles to the northeast and is an attractive village with a modest range of services including café and team rooms, butchers, church and railway station, located on the North York Moors Railway line. The village of Egton Bridge is located 3.0 miles east and offers additional amenities including public house, primary school and further visitor attractions and accommodation.
A wide range of services including schools, shops, sporting and recreational facilities can be found in the seaside resort of Whitby and the market town of Guisborough both around 12 miles distant. There are primary schools at Danby and Lealholm.
There are livestock markets at Malton, Ruswarp (Whitby), Darlington and Thirsk.
TO LET ON A 20 YEAR FARM BUSINESS TENANCY AS A WHOLE:
OFFERS / PROPOSALS TO BE SUBMITTED BY 2PM FRIDAY 15th SEPTEMBER 2023