A Popular Yorkshire Waterfall Is Up For Sale & You Could Be The New Proud Owner

A Popular Yorkshire Waterfall Is Up For Sale & You Could Be The New Proud Owner

Goit Stock waterfall is a hidden gem located in West Yorkshire and it, plus the 70-acres of land in which it sits have been put up for sale.

Located near Bingley, the wood, which is open to the public is a haven for wildlife such as deer and has been described as a “rare opportunity to acquire historic woodland”, and is listed at £350,000, the BBC reports.

The waterfall, known as Goit Stock waterfall, sits as 20ft high and has been owned by Paul and Julie Davis along the rest of the woodland for 20 years, but the pair are now looking to retire.

The wood, which is open to the public, has become a haven for wildlife such as deer and features the 20ft (6m) high Goit Stock waterfall.

On a nice sunny day, you can enjoy some amazing sights along the Harden Valley – such as its dense woodland and rolling moors – right in the heart of Bronte Country on the edge of the South Pennines.

Walkers tend to start their walk south of Harden and head east towards Goit Stock Woods. Along your walk to the beautiful waterfall, you will be able to experience the babbling stream and a few waterfalls as you follow it up towards the hidden gem.

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It is located between the villages of Harden and Cullingworth, is listed as as an area of ecological and geological importance by Bradford Council.

The sale listing reads: “The valley was carved out during the last ice age and the differential weathering of the grit stone and shales has led to the creation of a number of waterfalls, the most impressive of which is Goit Stock waterfall which is approximately 20 ft high over which the water cascades.”

Andrew Black, director in the rural agency team at Savills in York, said: “This is an incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a historic woodland to include a well-known landmark in Goit Stock Waterfall.

“It is likely to be of interest to those seeking property with high landscape, amenity and conservation value and we anticipate its beauty and tranquillity will capture the hearts of many interested parties.”

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Feature Image Credit: cc-by-sa/2.0 – © Chris Heaton – geograph.org.uk/p/387252

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