Beautiful setting in high Weardale close to Cornriggs and approximately 2 miles from the famous Killhope Visitor Centre. This land is bordered on one side by the road for good access and slopes down to Killhope Burn which runs the full length of the property. The land consists mainly of “rough grazing” with some trees, as a registered smallholding it would be suitable for cattle or sheep.
The land is shown shaded on the plan with road to one side for good access and sloping down to the burn.
Designated as part of the Pennine Dales Environmentally Sensitive Areas
The Pennine Dales ESA covers a number of upper dales in Durham. Their value lies in their old hay meadows and pastures, stone walls, field barns, small woods and field trees. They contain valuable wildlife habitats, a rich archaeological resource and a landscape of strong character, all dependent in some degree on traditional farming practices.
RIGHTS OF WAY
At the time of going to market there is a public footpath between the stone wall and the post/wire fence. No other known party rights of way over the land.
EASEMENTS AND WAYLEAVES
The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, water, drainage, watercourses and other easements and rights of adjoining landowners, affecting the same, and all wayleaves and other matters registered by any competent authority subject to statute.
The land is freehold and vacant possession is available on completion of the sale.
By appointment through the selling Agents.