Harrisons Barn is a traditional stone built barn sat in a picturesque location.
Low Abbottside sits midway between the village of Askrigg and Hardraw in Upper Wensleydale. It's just 4 miles from the market town of Hawes and 3 miles to Bainbridge.
The barn is currently an agricultural field barn but believed to have been a pub, 'Tibb Inn' many years ago. There is a lean to cart shed on the South gable. Opposite the barn is a garth/small paddock (0.10 acre).
Internally, is a part stone flag floor, evidence of window and door openings and old stone fireplace.
Harrisons Barn would be ideal for conversion subject to necessary planning permissions.
Barn Area 1 4.50m x 3.07m (14'9" x 10'1")
Good area, partial stone flag floor. Evidence of old fireplace. First floor height Window. Door.
Barn Area 2 4.01m x 3.94m (13'2" x 12'11")
Full height room. First and second floor windows. Door to the cart shed.
Cart shed 4.52m x 3.18m (14'10" x 10'5")
Lean to cartshed. Double timber doors. No roof.
Triangular shaped garth opposite the barn. Enclosed by dry stone wall. Matures trees and bushes.
Triangular shaped ground to the South of the barn under ownership of Harrisons Barn.
No amenities.Planning permission for residential conversion has not been applied for.