The land lies approximately 11 miles west of Harrogate, 0.8 miles west of Thornthwaite and 2.5 miles north of Blubberhouses and is accessed directly off the public highway.
The land extends in total to approx 2.33 acres (0.94 ha) and comprises a ring-fenced and walled block of productive grassland suitable for grazing and equine use. Included is a traditional stone constructed stable with slate roof having two loose boxes, large hayloft above with stairs to access. The barn has water and electricity and there are toilet and shower facilities.
Gross Internal Area (GIA) 1,097.04 sq ft (101.91 sq m).
Ground Floor (Stables) 548.52 sq ft (50.95 sq m).
First Floor (Hayloft) 548.52 sq ft (50.95 sq m).
Both mains water, electric and private septic tank drainage are connected to the property. We are not aware of any other services connected to the property.
BASIC PAYMENT SCHEME
The BPS entitlements are not currently claimed and have not previously been registered with the RPA.
ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP SCHEME
The land is not currently subject to any stewardship schemes.
When travelling east out of Blubberhouses on the A59, turn north on Hardisty Hill. Continue north for approx. 1.8 miles then right onto Low Lane and continue for 0.7 miles approx. At the triangle junction, turn left onto an unnamed road and continue for 0.2 miles. The property is on the left hand side marked by a Lister Haigh For Sale board.
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SPORTING & MINERAL RIGHTS
We understand that the sporting rights and mineral rights are included in the sale so far as they are owned or exist.
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all restrictive covenants, both public and private, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to all Rights of Way, public and private, which may affect the property.
Harrogate Borough Council, St Luke´s Avenue, Harrogate HG1 2AE. Tel: 01423 500600 www.harrogate.gov.uk
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by private treaty although the vendor reserves the right to conclude the sale by any other method.
TENURE AND OCCUPATION
The tenure of the property is understood to be freehold. Vacant possession will be available upon completion.
Viewings will be held on open days, Saturday, 14th May between 9am and 1pm and Friday, 20th May from 12noon till 5.30pm. Internal viewing of the barn will only be available on these dates. We request that you notify the Knaresborough office on 01423 860322 if you intend to walk the land at any other time with your planned arrival time and request you inform us when you have left. Please take a copy of the particulars with you.
No dogs allowed on the land whilst viewing due to nearby livestock.
PLANS AND AREAS
The plans attached to these particulars are a copy of the Ordnance Survey Promap Plan. The areas given may vary from the Rural Land Registry plans and previous Ordnance Survey Sheets, field data sheets and deed plans. All plans are for identification purposes only and areas are approximate and subject to the verification in the title documents.
DEVELOPMENT CLAWBACK CLAUSE
Should planning consent be granted for permanent residential development within 20 years of completion of this sale, the current vendor will receive an additional 30% of the increase in the value of the property as a result of the consent.
The barn conversion has been completed with full planning permission for a two-storey building to house horses with hayloft above (04/04690/FUL) won on appeal (APP/E22734/A/05/1174517). The barn does not have planning permission for residential use. An application has been previously submitted and refused for full residential use.
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