Guide Price: £100,000 - £125,000
This superb range of agricultural outbuildings, currently used for livestock and storage sits in the hamlet of Stalling Busk, 5 miles from Bainbridge, past the lovely Lake Semerwater.
Owners are retiring from farming, and are selling their 58 acres of grazing pasture land with small field barns and beautiful views to Semerwater and Raydaleside. There are 4 lots of land.
These buildings are offered separately and could be used for a range of agricultural, commercial, tourism or storage uses.
Site 41.15m x 25.90m (135'0" x 85')
1000 sqm.Level concrete site with good vehicle access from council tarmac road. Useful turning yard.
Top Shed 28.96m x 6.40m (95'0" x 21')
Concrete and steel frame storage barn. 13ft to eaves. Sliding door.
Middle Shed 28.96m x 10.67m (95'0" x 35'0")
Concrete and steel frame livestock building. Outer porch. Sliding doors. 18ft to eaves. Storage loft above.
Bottom Shed 36.58m x 26.00m (120'0" x 85'4")
Steel and concrete lean-to livestock building. Gates & dividers. Feed troughs.
Mains electric (single phase) and water. The village has a landline and line of sit high speed broadband.
YDNP have indicated that they do not think there is potential for any new dwellings unless there is an established need for a rural workers house. The village boundary is classed as a small settlement NOT a service centre or service village which is where new housing is allowed.
The buildings do not own any land outside the boundary walls and have residential neighbours on two sides.