Land at Newbiggin on Lune

Kirkby Stephen

CA17 4NB

For Sale

Guide Price: £150,000

32.15 acres of land with a range of buildings with planning permission for change of use to dwelling.

Call our CARLISLE office to arrange a viewing

01228 406260

Closing date set for receipt of best & final offers no later than 12.00 noon Wednesday 25th October 2017.

The land is located close to the hamlet of Newbiggin on Lune, approximately 7 miles West of Kirkby Stephen, 24 miles South East of Penrith and within easy access of the M6 Junction 38.

32.15 acres (13.01ha) of good quality limestone grazing pasture with some good quality cropping land. The land is predominately South facing and is bounded by a mixture of drystone walls and post and wire rylock fencing.

There are several traditional stone outbuildings with a mixture of asbestos cement and slate roof coverings. The outbuildings located adjacent to the public highway and benefit from mains water and electricity.

Wash House 2.74m x 2.26m. Concrete floor, asbestos cement roof covering.

Byre 10.28m x 4.71m. Concrete floor, slate roof covering.

Store 5.59m x 4.65m. Asbestos cement roof covering.

Loose Housing 5.00m x 5.5m. Asbestos cement roof covering, corrugated iron cladding to one wall.

Detached Store 2.35m x 3.16m. Rendered block with profile steel cladding roof.

Permission has been granted for the change of use of the stone barn to become one dwelling through Class Q(a) of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 under application number 15/0385 by Eden Borough Council on 9 June 2015. Persimmon has been gained for the change of use of the building and it is the Buyer’s responsibility to submit further plans to the Council to agree the layout and design. A copy of planning documents are available from the selling agents.

In the event the Buyer wants to implement the planning consent, they would need to make appropriate arrangements with the owner of the common to gain a residential right of way over the common land.

Within Field No 5 there is a traditional two storey stone outbuilding with slate roof covering, briefly comprising of a byre, store and lofted area. This stone barn does not have the benefit of any services.

The land benefits from the right to graze 64.35 ewes with their followers and 21.45 hoggs over the land comprised in Ravenstonedale Moor.

The land is registered for Basic Payment purposes. 13.01 Non SDA Entitlements and 13.52 Moorland Entitlements are included in the sale, and will be transferred to the successful Buyer(s).