Pickhill, Thirsk

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LOCATION The development site is located in the centre of this pretty village with its village school, village inn and pretty green. Pickhill is well place for those wishing to have access onto the A1M and the A19 which give access to the leading Tyneside, Teesside and West Yorkshire business centres. The market town of Thirsk with its range of shops and supermarket together with secondary school and other facilities is within easy reach of the village. The development site is located to the rear of the Nags Head Public House and the buyer will have a right of access down the side of the Nags Head to the development site.

DESCRIPTION An excellent opportunity to acquire this freehold development site with outline planning consent for residential development and is ideal to develop the site for 2 or 3 properties subject to a detailed planning consent.

A right of way will be granted over the area cross hatched black to the buyer. The area hatched red is a right of access to Stoneybrooke.

PLANNING DETAILS Outline planning consent was granted on 13th June 2017 by Hambleton District Council, planning portal reference 16/01594/OUT

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Tenure
We understand that the land will be sold Freehold with vacant possession.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent.



DIRECTIONS From A1M/A6055
From the A1M go onto the A6055 and proceed to the roundabout at the Masham/Sinderby junction. Go under the A1M signposted Sinderby and Ainderby Quernhow on the A6267 and proceed to Ainderby Quernhow. Turn left at the signpost for Sinderby and proceed on to Pickhill. Go into the centre of the village and the development site is located behind the Nags Head.
From Thirsk
Go out of Thirsk on the A61 to Skipton On Swale. Immediately after the brdge turn right at the signpost for Masham and Scotch Corner on the A6267. Go into Ainderby Quernhow and turn right to Sinderby and proceed onto Pickhill. Go into the centre of the village and the development site is located behind the Nags Head.