Offers In The Region Of £150,000
Prospect Barn is a detached, Grade II Listed barn set in a unique location with panoramic views over Swaledale.
Blades is a little hamlet above the village of Low Row. The village has an excellent community with a popular pub, church and chapel. The market towns of Leyburn, Richmond and Hawes are all within 30 minutes drive. The village itself is surrounded by stunning hills and dales, with walks from the doorstep in the Yorkshire Dales National Parks. The barn is located on the well known Coast To Coast Route.
The barn is currently used as a workshop and storage. This is a two-storey barn. On the ground floor is a workshop and has a concrete floor, power and light. There is a storage space open to the roof and steps up to a loft.
Outside, the barn backs on to common land. At the front is a South facing strip of land with gated access. (Approx. 0.25 acres).
Should a purchaser(s) have an offer accepted on a property marketed by J.R. Hopper & Co., they will need to undertake an AML check. We require this to meet our obligation under AML regulations and it is a legal requirement. We use a specialist third party service, provided by Lifetime Legal, to verify your identity. The cost of these checks is £60 (including VAT) per purchase, payable in advance directly to Lifetime Legal, when an offer is agreed and prior to a sales memorandum being issued. This charge is non-refundable under any circumstances.
Workshop 4.37m x 4m (14'4" x 13'1")
Concrete floor. Stable door. Shuttered windows to the South & West. Power & Light.
Barn 4.98m x 4.37m (16'4" x 14'4")
Concrete floor. Power & Light. Electric meters. Water pipe (not connected at present but could easily be connected to mains). 4 Slit windows to the South. High level window to the North.
Steps up to a storage loft.
Council road, steep and twisty to the hamlet and common land.
South facing (Approx.) 0.25 acres paddock. Field gate access from commonland. Fenced from neighbours fields. Ample space for stock, crops and parking or other uses.
The listed building register refers to the barn as 'Byre To The West Of Simon's Garth' Listing UID 1318630. 18th Century Byre. rubble, stone slate roof. 2 Storeys. On front, facing village green. Projecting through stones 1 doorway with ashlar surround on each floor, also 1 later doorway to right. Crudely shaped kneels, ashlar copings included partly for group considerations. A pre application R/05/119/ENQ1 states that the barn meets the location criteria for conversion to local occupancy and/ or holiday letting subject to a sesitive conversion. Further details available.
Services & Access
If buyers wish to develop the barn for alternative usages, an arrangement has been made to grant access, water and electric rights over common land, ownedby Reeth estates. This would cost £25000. Details available.