A POPULAR beauty spot is up for sale – and could be yours for around £350,000.

Goit Stock Wood, which covers an area of almost 70 acres near Cullingworth, has been put on the market.

The site, a well-loved attraction with the public, includes the 20ft-high Goit Stock Waterfall.

Current owners, Paul and Julie Davis, are selling the woodland as they look ahead towards their retirement.

Paul says: “We have owned Goit Stock Wood for 20 years and have made some fantastic memories there.

“But the time has now come for us to sell the woods and give someone else the opportunity to own a much-cherished part of our local history.”

The sale is being handled by Savills’ rural agency team, which is based in York.

Director, Andrew Black, says: “This is an incredibly rare opportunity that’s arisen to acquire a historic woodland.

"The wood has become a haven for wildlife, including deer, while the Hallas and Harden becks that run through it are home to trout and grayling.

"The valley was carved out during the last ice age.

"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 the much-visited Goit Stock Waterfall.

"Likely to be of interest to those seeking property with high landscape, amenity and conservation value, we anticipate that Goit Stock's beauty and tranquillity will capture the hearts of many interested parties.

"The woodland lies in largely unspoilt rolling countryside and visitors can enjoy the peaceful surroundings, which mainly comprise birch, oak, sycamore and beech trees."

Offers for the site are being sought in the region of £350,000.

For more details, visit search.savills.com/ie/en/property-detail/gbyoruyor230080.