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Land at Little Banks

Farm Land

Stockdale Lane, , Settle, BD24 9LD

50.8 acres

£100,000

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  • investment oppertunity
  • 50.83 acres
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park
  • Grazing land
  • Great Stewardship scheme opportunity
  • large Natural Capital investment

Little Banks is located approximately 3 miles from the center of Settle market town heading up Sugar Loaf Hill take the left had fork up Stockdale lane for approximately 3/4 of a mile. The land is situated on the left hand side of the lane on the right hand bend via a wooden field access gate . The land rises from 1,200 ft above sea level up to the north easterly boundary at approx 1,500ft above sea level. The land provides a single block of just over 50 acres of grazing land with outcrops of limestone suitable for native breed cattle and sheep grazing purposes. The boundaries are well maintained dry stone walls to to the entire perimeter. There is a natural water supply for livestock purposes and a public right of way that crosses the south westerly boundary.  The land is also extremely well suited for the higher level stewardship payment scheme provided by application to DEFRA and also the Basic Payment Scheme entitlements (not included) providing a high rate of annual financial return. In 2019 the stewardship and subsidy payment would return in the region of £4,000 - £5,000 per annum. For the investor the land would also be suitable for rental purposes providing a second stream of income with a 2019 year return in the region of £1,800 - £2,000 per annum. In summary the land provides a great oppertunity to invest in a decent size block of environmentally rich agricultural land that has many natural capital benefits that will be a valuable asset in the medium term government outlook.

The land can be viewed ant anytime during daylight hours with the benefit of these particulars to hand.

Little Banks is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.

Description Little Banks is located approximately 3 miles from the center of Settle market town. Heading up Sugar Loaf Hill, take the left had fork up Stockdale lane for approximately 3/4 of a mile. The land is situated on the left hand side of the lane on the right hand bend via a wooden field access gate . The land rises from 1,200 ft above sea level up to the north easterly boundary at approx 1,500ft above sea level. The land provides a single block of just over 50 acres of grazing land with outcrops of limestone suitable for grazing native bred cattle and sheep. The boundaries are well maintained dry stone walls to to the entire perimeter. There is a natural water supply for livestock purposes and a public right of way that crosses the south westerly boundary. The land is also extremely well suited for the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme (provided by application to DEFRA) and also the Basic Payment Scheme entitlements (not included with the sale) providing a high rate of annual financial return. In 2019 the stewardship and subsidy payment would return in the region of £4,000 - £5,000 per annum. For the investor the land would also be suitable for rental purposes providing a second stream of income. The 2019 year return was in the region of £1,800 - £2,000 per annum. In summary the land provides a great investment oppertunity. Little Banks provides a decent size block of environmentally rich agricultural land that has many natural capital benefits that will be a valuable asset in the medium term government outlook.The land can be viewed ant anytime during daylight hours with the benefit of these particulars to hand.Little Banks is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.
  • Key Features
    • investment oppertunity
    • 50.83 acres
    • Yorkshire Dales National Park
    • Grazing land
    • Great Stewardship scheme opportunity
    • large Natural Capital investment
  • Property Description

    Little Banks is located approximately 3 miles from the center of Settle market town heading up Sugar Loaf Hill take the left had fork up Stockdale lane for approximately 3/4 of a mile. The land is situated on the left hand side of the lane on the right hand bend via a wooden field access gate . The land rises from 1,200 ft above sea level up to the north easterly boundary at approx 1,500ft above sea level. The land provides a single block of just over 50 acres of grazing land with outcrops of limestone suitable for native breed cattle and sheep grazing purposes. The boundaries are well maintained dry stone walls to to the entire perimeter. There is a natural water supply for livestock purposes and a public right of way that crosses the south westerly boundary.  The land is also extremely well suited for the higher level stewardship payment scheme provided by application to DEFRA and also the Basic Payment Scheme entitlements (not included) providing a high rate of annual financial return. In 2019 the stewardship and subsidy payment would return in the region of £4,000 - £5,000 per annum. For the investor the land would also be suitable for rental purposes providing a second stream of income with a 2019 year return in the region of £1,800 - £2,000 per annum. In summary the land provides a great oppertunity to invest in a decent size block of environmentally rich agricultural land that has many natural capital benefits that will be a valuable asset in the medium term government outlook.

    The land can be viewed ant anytime during daylight hours with the benefit of these particulars to hand.

    Little Banks is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.

  • Floor Plan
    Description Little Banks is located approximately 3 miles from the center of Settle market town. Heading up Sugar Loaf Hill, take the left had fork up Stockdale lane for approximately 3/4 of a mile. The land is situated on the left hand side of the lane on the right hand bend via a wooden field access gate . The land rises from 1,200 ft above sea level up to the north easterly boundary at approx 1,500ft above sea level. The land provides a single block of just over 50 acres of grazing land with outcrops of limestone suitable for grazing native bred cattle and sheep. The boundaries are well maintained dry stone walls to to the entire perimeter. There is a natural water supply for livestock purposes and a public right of way that crosses the south westerly boundary. The land is also extremely well suited for the Higher Level Stewardship Scheme (provided by application to DEFRA) and also the Basic Payment Scheme entitlements (not included with the sale) providing a high rate of annual financial return. In 2019 the stewardship and subsidy payment would return in the region of £4,000 - £5,000 per annum. For the investor the land would also be suitable for rental purposes providing a second stream of income. The 2019 year return was in the region of £1,800 - £2,000 per annum. In summary the land provides a great investment oppertunity. Little Banks provides a decent size block of environmentally rich agricultural land that has many natural capital benefits that will be a valuable asset in the medium term government outlook.The land can be viewed ant anytime during daylight hours with the benefit of these particulars to hand.Little Banks is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession.
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