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For sale: Barn B, Barns At Aikrigg Farm, Killington, Carnforth, Cumbria, LA6 2HD

Guide Price £165,000

Summary: * SUPERB RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES NATIONAL PARK *Three substantial detached, traditional Barns in a ‘courtyard’ setting with planning permission for conversion into residential dwellings. Wonderful, stunning views across the Lune Valley towards the Howgills.

 
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AddressBarns At Aikrigg Farm
Killington
Carnforth
Cumbria
LA6 2HD
Property TypeHouse
Sold StatusAvailable
TenureFreehold
Bedrooms0 Beds
Bathrooms0 Bathrooms
Reception Rooms0 Receptions
Reference_KEN190291
EER/EI Ratings

* SUPERB RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES NATIONAL PARK *
Three substantial detached, traditional Barns in a ‘courtyard’ setting with planning permission for conversion into residential dwellings. Wonderful, stunning views across the Lune Valley towards the Howgills.


Available as a whole: £475,000 or
individually at £165,000 each

PLANNING

Each Barn has the benefit of Planning Permission for conversion to a detached residential four Bedroomed dwelling, with three Bathrooms.

The westerly and easterly Barns have the benefit of Planning Permission under South Lakeland District Council references, CU/2014/0009 and CU/2014/0010 respectively. The pre-commencement conditions were approved by South Lakeland District Council for these two Barns in October 2014 and a material commencement, as defined by Section 55 (a) of the Planning Act, was made in July 2016, with the installation of part of the underground foul water drainage system.

The commencement was confirmed by South Lakeland District Council in August 2016, following receipt of notice from approved Inspectors Ltd.

BARN A, being the largest of the three buildings, with a fine northerly and north westerly aspect, originally had planning consent under South Lakeland District Council reference CU/2014/0008. Sadly, in 2017, the Barn suffered storm damage in October of that year, to the extent that only part of the original structure remains. As a consequence, on 7 May 2019 planning permission was obtained under Yorkshire Dales National Park reference S/08/1A, for the reconstruction of the Barn to form a dwelling.

It must be noted that the photographs in these particulars are taken prior to the storm damage in 2017. The remainder of photographs (above and on the front cover) were taken in October 2019.

As mentioned in these particulars, one of the main attractions of this development site is the absence of any occupancy conditions.

The Barns may be converted as permanent homes, second homes or holiday retreats.

Copies of the relevant planning permissions may be obtained from the respective planning authorities websites:

https://applications.southlakeland.gov.uk/planningapplications/welcome.asp

https://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/living-and-working/planning/planning-applications

Equally suitable for both Builders/Developers and Private Buyers.
Peaceful location with spectacular views.
Within reasonable traveling distance for M6, J36 & J37, Kendal, Sedbergh and Kirkby Lonsdale.
No occupancy conditions with the Planning Permissions.
B4RN, Hyperfast Broadband to the site.
Mains water and electricity in close proximity.
Provision for the installation of a waste water treatment plant.
Each barn has consent for a 4 bedroom dwelling.
Inspection of the site is an absolute must, to fully appreciate the attributes of the magnificent site, especially the absolutely ‘breathtaking’ views.

From Kendal follow the A684 towards Sedbergh after junction 37 of the M6, take the first right and after a half mile, turn right onto Old Scotch Road. Continue along this road until you reach Three Mile House, turn left and follow the road for approximately half a mile. The property is on the left.

The barns occupy a delightful rural location surrounded by rolling farmland. The views are truly spectacular.

Killington has a thriving sense of community and the village has a village hall and a church. The school bus service is excellent. The nearest towns are Sedbergh, Kirkby Lonsdale and Kendal, all of which provide excellent shopping, leisure and educational amenities. Junction 37 of the M6 motorway can be reached in about a ten minute drive and Oxenholme Railway Station for the London to Glasgow West Coast line can be reached in about twenty minutes.

PARTICULARS

NORTHERLY BARN - BARN A The location of each Barn is indicated on the Sale Plan with these particulars of sale.

Planning consent for Barn A provides the following accommodation, as indicated in the drawings incorporated in these particulars of sale. With a total effective floor area of 191 sq.m (2,055 sq.ft).

The accommodation provides: Ground Floor: An open plan Dining Kitchen with utility area, with a lovely northerly and easterly aspect. Dining Room/Hallway, Study, W.C., Lounge, with triple aspect. Bedroom No 4, double Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room.

First Floor: Three double Bedrooms, each with En Suite facilities, with the Master Bedroom having a Bathroom En Suite.

WESTERLY BARN - BARN B This includes a paddock extending in a westerly and northerly direction.

The whole extends to just under half an acre.

The proposed accommodation is as follows: Ground Floor: Superb open plan design, with Kitchen/Dining Room, Lounge/Sitting Room with westerly and northerly aspects, Cloakroom, Entrance Hall and Study.

First Floor: Master Bedroom Suite with En Suite facilities, three additional double Bedrooms and a House Bathroom. The layout is shown on the plans below.

EASTERLY BARN - BARN C This is an ‘L’ shaped building.

The accommodation provides: Ground Floor: Open plan Kitchen/Dining Room, Sitting Room/Lounge, Entrance Hall and stairwell, Cloakroom, Bedroom No 4 with an En Suite Shower Room.

First Floor: Three double Bedrooms and a House Bathroom.

The elevational drawings incorporated in these particulars show the north, south, east and west elevations of the development.



The seller has obtained quotations for laying electricity and water to the site, £27,000 and £16,000 respectively.

Should the site be sold in individual Lots, then the seller would be prepared to divide these services after the sale of the first Lot.

Killington is live on the Broadband for B4RN hyperfast broadband network and the site benefits from having the necessary conduit already in place, so the dwellings will be able to connect to B4RN.

TENURE

Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.

WAYLEAVES AND EASEMENTS

The sale is subject to all existing rights of way, drainage, light, air support and other easements and quasi-easements and outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

PLANNING AUTHORITY

Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority: 01969 652 349.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

South Lakeland District Council: 01539 733333.

VIEWING

The premises may be inspected at any reasonable time, provided a copy of these particulars are in possession, but inspections of the interior of the buildings, for Health & Safety purposes, is not permitted.

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Register your Interest: Barn B, Barns At Aikrigg Farm, Killington, Carnforth, Cumbria, LA6 2HD