5.80 Acres, Booth Bridge Lane, Thornton in Craven BD23 3TQ
Guide Price £65,000
- Rich in habitats
- Natural wildlife pond
- Frontage to Brown House Beck
- Direct access off Booth Bridge Lane
The land enjoys a convenient rural setting at the bottom of Booth Bridge Lane approximately 0.5 miles to the south east of the village of Thornton in Craven. The A56 Colne/Broughton Road passes through Thornton in Craven providing good access by road to the larger local towns of Skipton and Colne.
This productive meadow benefits from direct access off Booth Bridge Lane and is served by a natural water supply. The land extends in total to approximately 2.35 hectares (5.80 acres) and is rich in habitats including a natural wildlife pond and frontage to Brown House Beck.
The land is well suited for commercial farmers and those with more of a hobby approach to keeping livestock and will also appeal to those with an interest in conservation, offering scope to incorporate tree planting and build on existing habitats.
There is a public footpath crossing the land from Booth Bridge Lane to the northern boundary.
NOTE: The fence extending along the south eastern boundary has been erected in the wrong position and does not reflect the land ownership boundary of land. The sale plan correctly identifies the land ownership. The ownership of the fence and all repair and maintenance responsibilities lie with the adjoining land owner.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The land is sold subject to all wayleaves, easements and rights of way both public and private which might affect the land.
The land may be viewed during daylight hours without the need for an appointment. Please take a set of sales particulars with you.
Basic Payment Scheme
The land is registered under the Basic Payment Scheme. There are no entitlements available with the land.
From Skipton head west on the A59 to the roundabout at Broughton and take the first exit onto the A56. Continue for about 3km to the centre of Thornton in Craven and turn left onto Booth Bridge Lane. Continue to the end of Booth Bridge Lane where the land can be found on the left just after the bridge. A for sale sign has been erected.