LOCATION AND SITUATION
The land is situated in the heart of the Vale of York, immediately adjacent to the rural North Yorkshire hamlet of Bossall. Stamford bridge lies four miles to the south and offers a range of services, including Primary School, Village Hall, Public House and Post Office. York is located ten miles to the southwest, with Malton ten miles to the northeast.
The land extends in total to 143.48 acres (58.07Ha), or thereabouts, and comprises a ring fenced block of agricultural land with frontage onto the River Derwent. The land is available in two lots, being 69.08 and 74.41 acres respectively. Both Lots contain an extent of small, mature shelterbelt woodland.
Lot 1 is shown edged in red, on the Sale Plan, whilst Lot 2 is shown edged in blue on the Sale Plan.
The soil type is Dunkeswick series, being a slowly permeable fine loamy and fine loamy over clayey soil, suitable for grassland and arable cropping. Upon inspection, the soils are predominantly lighter than the maps and descriptions suggest, with areas of greater proportions of sand. The land is all under-drained and copies of the drainage plans are available upon request. The land is also classified as predominantly Grade 3 on the DEFRA Provisional Agricultural Land Classification maps.
Lot 1 has road frontage to and access from the local authority maintained Bossall to Buttercrambe road as well as the road running southeast from Kissthorn Farm to Buttercrambe. Access to parcels 7612, 5129 and 6430 is taken via internal tracks.
Lot 2 has road frontage to and access from the Bossall to Buttercrambe road. Access to parcels 7535 and 7112 is taken via internal tracks.
The land is offered freehold with the benefit of vacant possession on completion.
There are no services connected to the property.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The land is registered on the Rural Land Register, however, no BPS Entitlements are included within the sale. The Vendor will receive and retain any future Basic Payment delinked payments on the land.
Parcels 5501, 8733 and 7612 are currently entered into a Mid Tier Countryside Stewardship Scheme.
The arable land is also currently entered into the Arable and Horticultural Soils Intermediate level of the Sustainable Farming Incentive.
A copy of the agreements can be made available upon request.
NITRATE VULNERABLE ZONES
The land is located within a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone and is subject to NVZ regulations.
SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS
Sporting and fishing rights, in so far as they are owned, are included in the sale.
Mineral Rights are excluded and are reserved to a previous owner.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
We are not aware of any Wayleaves, Easements or Rights of Way which affect the property, however, the land is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether public or private, whether specifically mentioned in these details or not.
RESTRICTIONS ON USE
Use is restricted to Agriculture including sporting, open field horticulture, equestrian and forestry.
The Purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the Vendor or the selling agents will be responsible for defining boundaries nor their ownership.
North Yorkshire Council
The Purchaser will be required to pay an additional sum for any cultivations or crops which have been established prior to completion and are unable to be harvested post completion.
This will be valued in accordance with CAAV guidance.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty, as a whole or in two lots. The Vendor reserves the right to conclude the sale by any means.
As A Whole (143.48 acres) - £1,130,000
Lot 1 (69.08 acres) - £545,000
Lot 2 (74.41 acres) - £585,000
Anyone wishing to view the property should first register their interest with the selling agent. Consent will then be granted to view during reasonable daylight hours, with a copy of these details to hand.