Aislaby, Yarm

Grazing Land Lying On Aislaby Road, Aislaby, TS16 0QJ

Size

6.39 Acres

Guide Price

£140,000

Features

6.39 Acres of grazing Land

Four timber loose boxes

Hard standing & ample parking

Fenced and gated boundaries

Description

An attractive parcel of 6.39 acres of grazing land with stables, feed and tack room and good area of hard standing. New and improved access of Aislaby RoadWell fenced and access to mains water.

Location – The land is situated on the edge of the village of Aislaby, near Yarm. Aislaby is a small village on the north bank of the River Tees about two miles to the west of Yarm, which is one of the most popular market towns in the old North Yorkshire Riding, about nine miles south of Middlesbrough, and eleven miles from Darlington.

Description – An attractive parcel of 6.39 acres of grazing land, fenced into two enclosures and situated on the edge of the village of Aislaby, near Yarm. The land benefits from timber stables with four loose boxes and a lean-to feed room all requiring some maintenance. There is an area of fenced in hard standing area and a timber field shelter. A newly created access has been completed directly from Aislaby Road and there is ample parking. The land is currently split into two grazing paddocks which have fenced boundaries and gated access, as well as a mains water supply.

Basic Payment Scheme – As far as we are aware, the land has not been registered on the Rural Land Register and is not eligible for entitlements under the Basic Payment Scheme.

Services – We have been advised that there is a mains water supply to the land.

Mineral And Sporting Rights – The mineral and sporting rights insofar as they are owned are included in the sale.

Wayleaves, Easements And Rights Of Way – The land is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all existing rights including rights of way whether public or private, light, drainage, water and electricity supplies, and all other rights, obligations, easements, quasi easements and all existing and proposed wayleaves or covenants whether disclosed or not.

Tenure, Restrictive Covenants And Encumbrances – We are not aware of any covenants or restrictions in respect of the property but nevertheless the appropriate legal enquiries/searches should be undertaken.

Areas, Measurements & Other Information – All areas, measurements, and other information, have been taken from various records and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as a statement of fact, but should satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.

Boundaries – The vendor will only sell such interests as they have in the boundary features. The boundary liabilities are not defined on the Title Plan.

Viewings – The land may be viewed during daylight hours on foot, subject to holding a set of the sales particulars at the time of inspection and having first registered with GSC Grays Stokesley Office on Telephone No: 01642 710742.

Method Of Sale – The property is offered for sale by private treaty, with vacant possession upon completion. We reserve the right to conclude the sale by any other means at our discretion.

All potential purchasers are requested to register with the selling agent, GSC Grays, so that they can be advised as to how the sale will be concluded. All offers must be confirmed in writing.

Overage Clause – The Property will be sold with an overage clause where by a party will be entitled to 40% of any uplift in value for a term of 25 years, if consent is granted for any residential, commercial or industrial property. The title suggests that farming and equestrian buildings are exempt from this clause. Please contact the office for further information.

Local Authority – Stockton-On-Tees Borough Council 01642 393939

Particulars – Particulars written and photographs taken June 2019.

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