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Low Row, Richmond
Guide Price £210,000

Key Features

  • 106 Local Occupancy Clause
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Open Plan Living
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen. Modern Shower Room
  • Gas Stove & Gas Central Heating
  • UPVC Windows & Doors
  • South Facing Patio Garden
  • Views. Common Land Parking
  • Video Viewing Available


Guide Price £210,000 - £230,000.

Carrick Cottage is a beautifully renovated dales cottage within the pretty village of Low Row, which is located in the centre of Swaledale, Approx 5 miles from Reeth and Muker.

The village has a superb pub, The Punch Bowl Inn offering food and accomodation. The nearby towns of Reeth, Richmond, Hawes and Leyburn are all within easy reach.

The property has been fitted out to the highest of standards, and consists of a large open plan living area on the ground floor with modern fitted kitchen, flue-less gas stove and oak flooring throughout. The first floor has 2 double bedrooms and modern shower room.

Externally the south facing patio garden is laid to gravel and there is an east facing flagged patio area. Parking at the property is on common land which surrounds the property. Carrick Cottage benefits from modern everything including but not limited to, upvc windows and doors, gas central heating and Reeth rural radio internet.

THE PROPERTY HAS A 106 LOCAL OCCUPANCY CLAUSE - meaning anyone can buy it, but only those who meet the occupancy criteria can live in the property.

Room Details


OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE 7.57m x 3.66m (24'10" x 12'0")


Oak Flooring. 2 x Radiators. Staircase. Flue-less gas fire. TV and internet points. Window to the front and side with lovely views. Door to the front.


Oak flooring. Modern fitted kitchen. Range of wall and base units. Integrated dishwasher. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Gas hob, electric oven and hood. Window to the rear and door to the side.



Fitted carpet. Cupboard. Loft access

BEDROOM 1 3.58m x 2.57m (11'9" x 8'5")

Double bedroom. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe. Window to the front and side with lovely views. TV point.

BEDROOM 2 3.43m x 2.06m (11'3" x 6'9")

Fitted carpet. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe. TV point. Window to the rear with views.

SHOWER ROOM 2.54m x 1.68m (8'4" x 5'6")

Tiled floor and walls. Large walk-in shower with multiple shower jets. WC. Hand basin. Electric mirror with light. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. Window to the side with views.



Flagged path to front door. South facing gravelled garden area. Beautiful views.Note - Access through the front gate is via a right of way over next door.


Gravelled garden. Fire pit. Stone seats. Flagged patio. Gate to the side on to common land. Beautiful views.


Small strip of land at rear with gas bottles for heating and cooking.


Yorkshire Dales Local Plan 2015-30 – Appendix 5 – Local occupancy criteriaAn occupying household is required to comply with one of the following criteria, at the point of occupancy:i) Existing residents of the National Park establishing a separate household, purchasing a property for the first time, downsizing to a more manageable home or requiring more space for a growing family;ii) A head of household who is or whose partner is in or is taking up full-time permanentemployment or self employment, within the National Park (or in another part of a parish split bythe National Park boundary). Where a person is employed in a business that operates in multiplelocations, their employment activities should take place predominantly inside the National Park;iii) A household that has a child at a school within the National Park;iv) Householders currently living permanently in a dwelling which is either shared but not selfcontained, overcrowded, or is otherwise unsatisfactory by environmental health standards andwhich is within the National Park (or in another part of a parish split by the National Parkboundary);v) Elderly or disabled persons requiring sheltered or otherwise more suitable accommodation whoalready live permanently within the National Park (or in another part of a parish split by theNational Park boundary;vi) Persons having to leave tied accommodation within the National Park (or in another part of aparish split by the National Park boundary);vii) Former residents of the National Park (or of another part of a parish split by the National Parkboundary) whose case is accepted in writing by the Authority as having a need to return to theNational Park.Notes· If after a period of 12 weeks a qualifying household is not forthcoming then the area will be widened by substituting 'National Park' with 'area of the National Park and constituent district council'.· The categories set out in criteria i), iv), v) and vi) will apply only to persons who have resided permanently in the National Park for the preceding three years. Category vii) will apply to residents who have resided in the National Park for a minimum of 10 years.· Prospective households will have their attention drawn to the occupancy restriction and in particular its effect on the valuation of their property and the potential delay this may cause to its subsequent sale or re-occupancy.· All local occupancy restrictions will be secured through a Section 106 agreement. The Authority's legal costs of preparing household occupancy agreements will be met by the applicant.· The Authority will encourage existing occupancy restricted dwellings to upgrade to these, more flexible criteria.· Occupation will be as a principal or main residence and not as a holiday home, second home or short term let accommodation.

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