Modern Agricultural Building with Planning Permission to Convert - Guide Price £300,000 - £325,000

Modern Agricultural Building with Planning Permission to Convert

Guide Price
£300,000 - £325,000
Under Offer
Features & Documents
Description
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Features

Documents

  • Planning Permission to Convert a Two Storey 4/5 Bedroom Dwelling
  • Site Extending to 3.96 Acres
  • Edge of North Yorkshire Moors National Park
  • Close Links to A19
  • Gated & Private Tree Lined Drive

INTRODUCTION
Goldgate Lane development site offers a unique opportunity to convert a modern agricultural building to form a two storey 4/5 bedroom dwelling. The site has the benefit of planning permission under Class Q to create a 372m² house set in 3.96 acres approximately.

The development site is superbly situated between the market towns of Stokesley and Northallerton with good road network links in this picturesque part of North Yorkshire with views over open countryside.

The development site is approached along a private gated tree lined drive.

SITUATION
Swainby 1 mile, Potto 2 miles, Hutton Rudby 3 miles, A19 Interchange at Ingleby Arncliffe 4 miles, Stokesley 5 miles, Yarm 9 miles, Northallerton 10 miles, Darlington 24 miles (all distances are approximate).

The development site is conveniently situated in a rural setting with direct access off the minor road known as Goldgate Lane.

The development site is therefore very well placed in relation to the popular and thriving
market towns of Stokesley, Northallerton and Yarm and within reasonable commuting distance of Teesside, York, Darlington and Newcastle.

DESCRIPTION
The development site is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The development site comprises a detached two storey 4/5 bedroom development together with land extending to 3.96 acres approximately. It provides the ideal opportunity to create an attractively located smallholding in a very quiet yet accessible rural location.

The site has Class Q permitted development under the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 for the change of use from an agricultural building to form a dwelling house.

PLANNING PERMISSION
A copy of the Permitted Development and the accompanying drawings are attached herewith, planning reference 20/02696/MBN.

The Purchaser(s) should satisfy themselves that they can comply with the conditions set out in the Decision Notice.

Please note that the scheme as drawn has not been submitted for approval under Building Regulations. Please note that the drawings are not construction drawings.

SERVICES
Mains water is connected to the development site. Electricity is not connected to the site, however, it is close by.

Please note that prospective Purchaser(s) should make and rely on their own enquiries with utility providers with regards to seeking clarification in respect of connecting into these services and the cost of doing so.

COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY (CIL)
Please note that CIL liability for the proposed development site is £0. Please refer to the CIL Charging Schedule, adapted by Hambleton District Council on the 7th April 2015.

Contact Andrew Dickins for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Andrew Dickins

01677 425950

Features & Documents
  • Planning Permission to Convert a Two Storey 4/5 Bedroom Dwelling
  • Site Extending to 3.96 Acres
  • Edge of North Yorkshire Moors National Park
  • Close Links to A19
  • Gated & Private Tree Lined Drive
Description

INTRODUCTION
Goldgate Lane development site offers a unique opportunity to convert a modern agricultural building to form a two storey 4/5 bedroom dwelling. The site has the benefit of planning permission under Class Q to create a 372m² house set in 3.96 acres approximately.

The development site is superbly situated between the market towns of Stokesley and Northallerton with good road network links in this picturesque part of North Yorkshire with views over open countryside.

The development site is approached along a private gated tree lined drive.

SITUATION
Swainby 1 mile, Potto 2 miles, Hutton Rudby 3 miles, A19 Interchange at Ingleby Arncliffe 4 miles, Stokesley 5 miles, Yarm 9 miles, Northallerton 10 miles, Darlington 24 miles (all distances are approximate).

The development site is conveniently situated in a rural setting with direct access off the minor road known as Goldgate Lane.

The development site is therefore very well placed in relation to the popular and thriving
market towns of Stokesley, Northallerton and Yarm and within reasonable commuting distance of Teesside, York, Darlington and Newcastle.

DESCRIPTION
The development site is shown edged red on the attached plan.

The development site comprises a detached two storey 4/5 bedroom development together with land extending to 3.96 acres approximately. It provides the ideal opportunity to create an attractively located smallholding in a very quiet yet accessible rural location.

The site has Class Q permitted development under the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 for the change of use from an agricultural building to form a dwelling house.

PLANNING PERMISSION
A copy of the Permitted Development and the accompanying drawings are attached herewith, planning reference 20/02696/MBN.

The Purchaser(s) should satisfy themselves that they can comply with the conditions set out in the Decision Notice.

Please note that the scheme as drawn has not been submitted for approval under Building Regulations. Please note that the drawings are not construction drawings.

SERVICES
Mains water is connected to the development site. Electricity is not connected to the site, however, it is close by.

Please note that prospective Purchaser(s) should make and rely on their own enquiries with utility providers with regards to seeking clarification in respect of connecting into these services and the cost of doing so.

COMMUNITY INFRASTRUCTURE LEVY (CIL)
Please note that CIL liability for the proposed development site is £0. Please refer to the CIL Charging Schedule, adapted by Hambleton District Council on the 7th April 2015.

Get in touch

Andrew Dickins

Contact Andrew Dickins for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01677 425950