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39 Acres, Red Scar Lane, Newby
- 39 acres of productive grassland
- One large ring fenced block situated on the edge of Newby/Throxenby to the east and the National Park to the west
- Good road frontage and access
- located off Red Scar Lane on the edge of Newby
- Edge of town location adjacent to residential housing and offering long term development potential
- Water supply to land
DESCRIPTION / BACKGROUND A rare opportunity to purchase a productive parcel of grassland amounting in all to around 39 acres and situated as a single block. The land is situated adjacent to the south east boundary of the North York Moors National Park and has attractive views west towards Forge Valley and over Raincliffe Woods. The property is located directly off Red Scar Lane which leads from Scalby village to Lady Edith’s Drive/Throxenby on the edge of Scarborough. The land comprises a productive parcel of grazing and mowing land which gently slopes up onto a general flat plateau of grazing land with superb coastal views. The land is situated in an attractive rural location with superb views over open countryside and with good road access and proximity to local facilities.
LOCATION The land is situated in open countryside, accessed off Red Scar Lane on the edge of Scarborough. Scarborough, a Victorian seaside spa town has is a large range of amenities and services with shops, restaurants, public houses, theatres, golf courses, sports and leisure facilities and a railway station with connections to York, allowing access to the East Coast Mainline. A further good range of amenities are available in the market towns of Malton and Helmsley, 18 and 23 miles respectively. The coastal resort of Whitby is approximately 18 miles to the north. A more comprehensive range of quality services are available in the historic Minster City of York (40 miles distant), which provides a good range of amenities, including extensive shopping, food and drink, arts and recreational activities together with direct mainline trains to Kings Cross, London and Edinburgh, Scotland within 2 hours. The land can be identified by Cundalls ‘For Sale’ boards.