- Updated On:
- May 15, 2021
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Due to the interest shown, Best and Final offers are invited for the Barn at West End, Middleham. Offers are to be received at the offices of John G. Hills & Partners by 5 p.m. on Wednesday 12th August 2020. Please contact the office for further details and offer forms.
ROW OF THREE TRADITIONAL TERRACED COTTAGES & SHARED YARD WITH ADJACENT BARN LOCATED IN THE QUIET WEST END OF MIDDLEHAM. AVAILABLE AS WHOLE OR IN LOTS.
TRADITIONAL TWO-STOREY SEMI-DETACHED BARN WITH A SINGLE STOREY LEAN-TO FACING INTO THE YARD WITH GARDEN & PRIVATE PARKING SPACE.
Leyburn 2 miles, Masham 9 miles, Bedale 10.5 miles, Richmond 16.5 miles, Harrogate 30 miles and Leeds 55 miles (all distances are approximate).
In addition to being the Newmarket of the north and being famous for its Castle, Middleham is an attractive small and unspoilt town with good communications and facilities. The market town of Leyburn is 2 miles north and has developed as the traditional centre for mid-Wensleydale and is often referred to as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. The town supports an array of shops, restaurants, schools, pubs, churches, sports facilities as well as an auction mart.
In terms of wider transport links, the A1 motorway is accessible at Catterick (14 miles), Bedale (11 miles) and Scotch Corner (18 miles). Trains on the East Coast main line stop at both Northallerton (35 mins) and Darlington (45 mins). The closest international airports are at Newcastle (1.25 hours) and Leeds Bradford (1.25 hours).
From Leyburn Market Place, take the A684 out of the town towards Bedale and just before the petrol station, turn right on to Middleham Road (A6108). Continue on this road over the bridge and into Middleham. At the Market Place turn right signposted Coverham towards the West End of the town and just before you head out of Middleham towards the gallops there is a row of cottages with cobbled frontage known as No’s 1 – 5 West End Cottages. To the left hand side of these cottages is a private lane that gives access to the rear yard of cottages and adjacent barn.
Semi-Detached Traditional Barn with Curtilage
Guide Price £50,000
The property comprises a traditional two storey semi-detached barn built of stone under a slate roof with a single storey lean-to facing into the yard. A small area of the paddock has also been fenced off to include as a garden for the property and parking is available in the rear yard.
Planning consent was granted by Richmondshire District Council in 2011 under Decision Notice 11/00113/FULL for conversion to a 2 bedroom dwelling. The consent expired in 2014 and will therefore need to be renewed.
No services are currently connected to the property but all are understood to be within close proximity.
Strictly by appointment through the Sole Agents, John G. Hills & Partners.
The property is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by private treaty; however the Agents reserve the right to conclude negotiations by any other means at their discretion.
All offers must be in writing. We will not report any verbal offer unless it is confirmed in writing. Please confirm whether your offer is a cash offer or subject to a mortgage or property sale.
Money Laundering Regulations
Prospective purchasers should be aware that in the event that they are successful, they will be required to provide us with documents in relation to the Money Laundering Regulations, one being photographic ID (Passport or Driving Licence) and the second being a recent utility bill confirming your address.
Fixtures and Fittings
All items normally designated as fixtures and fittings are specifically excluded from the sale unless they are mentioned in the particulars of sale.
Covenants, Easements and Rights of Way
The property will be sold subject to all covenants, easements and rights of way whether specifically mentioned in these particulars or not.