A PARCEL of productive grass pasture suitable for both farming and equestrian uses has come up for sale in Slaidburn, in the Ribble Valley.

The 12.8 acre site, which has a guide price of £150,000, is being marketed by the specialist agricultural division of Dacre, Son & Hartley. It is situated to the west of Slaidburn, within the conservation area, and is accessed directly from its frontage to Church Street.

The land is currently let under the terms of a Farm Business Tenancy Agreement, which produces a rental income but can be terminated by the service of 12 months’ notice. The freehold also includes sporting rights and mineral rights.

Ian Cox, a director at Dacre, Son & Hartley, who heads up the firm’s agricultural and development team, said: “This is a significant site in a popular village location so it will appeal to a number of potential buyers including local farmers, investors and anyone with equestrian interests. “Amenity land in this area, doesn’t come up for sale very often so we’re anticipating significant interest in it.”

The land has a guide price of £150,000. Further information is available by calling Dacre, Son & Hartley on 01943 885391 or online: www.dacres.co.uk