A block of permanent grassland, which provides good quality grazing for livestock and is also predominately capable of been mown for hay and silage.
There is good access off the lane running along the southern boundary and which is shared with the occupants of a property known as Hill End which sits in the centre of the land. We understand that this property was sold off some years ago and the property has a right of access over the land via a tarmacadam driveway. Along the northern boundary there is access to a natural water supply.
Near to the western boundary there is a dilapidated stone field barn and the boundaries are chiefly dry stone walls and post and wire fencing.
Located to the west of Lot 1 on the other side of a grass track, this ring fenced block of permanent pasture has good access off Summerhill Lane at several points along the southern boundary and it has a natural water supply running along the northern boundary. The land is undulating in nature but the majority has been mown for hay and silage in recent years.