Land and woodland at farnley tyas huddersfield | west yorkshire | HG4 6UL
A significant area of attractive and productive farmland, with mature woodland, in a most accessible location
Huddersfield 5 miles | Wakefield 14 miles | Leeds 22 miles
In-hand arable land | Pasture | Woodland Development Opportunities, subject to Planning | Sporting potential
About 718 acres (290.5 hectares)
For sale as a whole, or in up to seven Lots, by Private Treaty
It is increasingly rare that an area of land of this scale comes to the market in West Yorkshire. The sale therefore presents an excellent opportunity for farmers, landowners and investors alike to secure a combination of quality arable land, sound pasture and most attractive woodland in a single transaction. The land is for sale as a whole, or in up to seven Lots by Private Treaty.
Consideration would be given by the Vendors to offers for combinations of Lots or variations thereof.
Further information is available from the Vendor's agents. A comprehensive Data Pack is available to prospective purchasers, detailing further information on the historic farming and management, the els and hls Schemes and the underlying Title information.
Lot 1 land and woodland surrounding field lane, farnley tyas
(Shown coloured Purple on the Sale Plan)
About 272.68 acres (110.35 hectares) in all.
Comprising 272.68 acres (110.35 hectares) in all, the land and woodland at Field Lane consists of 165.43 acres (66.9 hectares) of farmland used for arable and grassland, much of which has been rotated over the years. A full copy of the cropping schedule may be obtained from the selling agent. Lot 1 also includes 102.77 acres (41.59 ha) of mixed woodland, located to the north and to the east of the farmland, and also includes several small plantations interspersed throughout the farmland along Field Lane. Classified Grade 3 and 4, the land at Field Lane is an easier working loam, with the soils being a combination of the Rivington 1 and Dale series, described as being well drained coarse loamy soils over sandstone and slowly permeable, seasonally waterlogged, clayey fine loamy over clayey and fine silty, often stoneless soils. Vehicular access to the land and woodland is via Field Lane. It should be noted that the ownership of Field Lane will be transferred to the purchaser of Lot 1; with a reservation for access to other land and property subject to the sale.
Lot 2 land and woodland at park farm
(Shown coloured Orange on the Sale Plan)
About 138.86 acres (56.17 hectares) in all.
Located to the east of the village of Farnley Tyas, running north-east from Farnley Road to the Range Dike on the eastern most boundary of the Estate. A significant area of undulated permanent pasture, in an attractive setting. The land is divided by mature hedgerows and specimen trees, and extends to about 138.86 acres in all, comprising 118.29 acres of pasture and 16.26 acres of woodland. The land is subject to a short term grazing agreement with an area of in-hand woodland forming a sheltered boundary along the north-eastern corner of this lot. A single pond is found to the centre of the land, which adds to the amenity appeal.
Lot 3A & 3B land and woodland at roydhouse
(Shown coloured Green and Turquoise on the Sale Plan)
About 204.23 acres (82.65 ha) in all.
A most attractive area of traditional grassland used for grazing and mowing, nestled in a valley to the orth of the village of Farnley Tyas and bounded by the Lumb Dike to the northern edge. Included within Lot 3a is an attractive mixed woodland known as Royd House Wood, covering an area in excess of 60 acres. Access is via Best Lane, off Honley Road to the south and via Bank Foot Road to the east.
About 64.53 acres of gently sloping permanent grassland adjacent to the village of Farnley Tyas, with the benefit of significant road frontage to the Honley Road. The Land is currently used as grazing land with areas of woodland and mature hedgerows on the south boundary.
Lot 4 hey wood
(Shown coloured Brown on the Sale Plan)
About 71.33 acres (28.86 hectares) in all.
A rare opportunity to acquire a most attractive and accessible mixed woodland, located to the west of the village of Farnley Tyas, and to east of the village of Honley. Access is via a private drive leading from Hall Ing Lane, with road frontage and pedestrian access on the northern boundary off the Honley Road. The woodland has been carefully managed in recent years and a scheme of planting has been undertaken on the eastern boundary. Located almost centrally within Hey Wood is a private reservoir providing amenity fishing opportunities. The reservoir is let on an annual basis to a local angling club. There are several footpaths passing both through and along the boundaries of Hey Wood.
Lots 5-7; land and paddocks
(See inset plan on main sale plan)
Three level, secure grass paddocks, extending to 10.09 acres in all, with the benefit of water, located off Field Lane to the rear of Manor Road, and accessed via both Field Land and Toft Lane. The fields would be well suited for the keeping of horses or other leisure activities.
Extending to about 12.32 acres, a further three fields arranged in a single block, with access directly from Manor Road. The fields are securely walled and fenced, with the benefit of water and are presently used for the keeping of livestock.
Two grass paddocks conveniently situated on the southern side of the village of Farnley Tyas, adjacent to the Farnley Road, and extending to all to about 8.5 acres.
For a complete copy of the sales particulars, please contact the vendor’s agents.
Farnley Tyas occupies an elevated position on the southern fringe of Huddersfield, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. The area is characterised by the rolling rural countryside and urban development around the towns and villages of Honley, Fenay Bridge and Huddersfield itself. Set between the Peak District National Park and the M62 motorway, the area is well connected, yet retains a close affinity with the surrounding countryside. Nearby, Brockholes and Honley benefit from train stations that link to Huddersfield to the north and Barnsley to the southeast; the M62 motorway is accessed at Outlane, some eight miles to the north and provides wider connections to the major cities of Leeds, Manchester and Liverpool, with the M1 South accessed at Dodworth miles away.