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Chopgate, Bilsdale, Helmsley
- Approximately 88.64 acres
- Agricultural building of 22m x 6.9m
- Derelict stone barn offering potential subject to consents
- Good quality mowing and grazing land
- Well fenced and watered
- Small areas of amenity woodland and planting possibilities
- Environmental and conservation interest
- Sporting / Shooting value
- adjoining a Grouse moor.
- Income generation from BPS (included within sale) and possibly Environmental Schemes
- Good access and road frontage off the B1257 (Helmsley to Stokesley road
- Attractive setting and superb views over Bilsdale
The land amounts to approximately 88.64 acres and comprises a single parcel of productive grassland and farm building situated in a lovely setting with superb views over Bilsdale. The land is situated with excellent road frontage and good road access off the B1257 linking the market towns of Helmsley and Stokesley.
The land is gently undulating and comprises a parcel of predominantly productive grazing and mowing land interspersed with some mature trees and a small area of rough and woodland. The land in all amounts to in the region of 88 acres and comprises a mixture of good quality mowing and grazing land, rougher grazing, edge of moor/intake and some amenity woodland. The land is well fenced and watered and together with the building should appeal to purchasers looking for a ring fence block.
Due to the terrain of the land and woodland areas the land provides sporting opportunities and would be ideal for operating a small shoot and the adjoining moor also holds Grouse.
The building on the land comprises a a timber pole building with asbestos roof and is open sided with an earth floor and measures approximately 22m x 6.9m. The building requires improvement and modernisation but provides a storage base and offers scope for improvement or further development in this area subject to consents. There is also a derelict stone barn on the land which may offer potential subject to consents. The land is registered for the Basic Payment Scheme and entitlements will be transferred with the land. There is also the possibility to enter the land into environmental schemes or woodland/ tree planting grants to increase income from the land.
LOCATION The land is situated in a rural position in open countryside and has direct road frontage from a private driveway accessed directly off the B1257, approximately opposite the road which leads and is sign posted St Hildas Church. Chop Gate is an attractive and peaceful rural village situated within the North York Moors National Park a short drive from Stokesley (7 miles) and Helmsley (12 miles), both are vibrant towns with diverse shopping facilities, services and amenities. Chop Gate benefits from a primary school, public house/restaurant and village hall. The land has good access onto a council maintained road the B1257 (Helmsley to Stokesley road) which provides access into the commercial centres of Teesside within 15 miles and the historic City of York is situated approximately 45 miles away with mainline trains available to Kings Cross, London and Edinburgh in less than 2 hours. There are livestock markets at Ruswarp (Whitby), Northallerton, Darlington, Malton and Thirsk. Please see location plan opposite for exact location
GENERAL INFORMATION Services: Private spring water supply. Council Tax: Not applicable Planning: North York Moors National Park. Tel: 01439 770657. Tenure: We understand that the property is Freehold and that vacant possession will be given upon completion. Viewing: In daylight hours with set of sales particulars, unaccompanied at own risk, having first informed the agents Malton office. Telephone 01653 697820 Guide Price: Offers over £300,000 (In excess of £3,384/acre)