Commercial property for saleEvenwood Gate, Bishop Auckland, County Durham
Guide Price £130,000
Full descriptionRange of outbuildings for development
• An attractive range of derelict farm outbuildings • Renewed detailed planning permission • Planning consent for two dwellings • Gross internal area developed of 330 m sq (3075 ft sq) • Convenient commuter area • Pleasant rural community
Evenwood Gate lies close to open countryside where a network of public footpaths and bridle ways can be found. It is also situated close to a convenient commuter route meaning it is the ideal opportunity to blend country life with the hustle and bustle and extensive amenities and leisure facilities of the nearby towns.
Barn Conversions at Evenwood Gate
The property offers a range of traditional agricultural stone buildings predominately constructed in a horse shoe formation enclosing a pleasant frontage ideal for parking and provision of court yards.
Detailed planning consent has been granted and subsequently renewed. Details of this are available from our Wolsingham branch. The planning currently provides for two units, one of which comprises a single storey conversion including open plan kitchen living area complemented by utility room. Together with three double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate additional WC.
Unit two provides for a larger property comprising entrance to a reception hall, spacious open plan kitchen/living and dining room again complemented by utility, second formal living room, ensuite ground floor bedroom, whilst the first floor comprises family bathroom with three further bedrooms to the second floor and a second family bathroom.
Overall this property will convert to provide exceptional family accommodation retaining a good number of original features.
The reference numbers corresponding to the original permission is 6/2006/0192/DM. The reference number corresponding to the renewal of the planning permission is 6/2009/0368/DM.
Main services are locally available for connection of supply and purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the availability of connection of this supply.
A Deed of Grant has been completed with the adjoining land owner confirming rights of access for completion of the development, and thereafter ongoing maintenance of the boundary wall. A copy of the Deed of Grant is held on file at the Wolsingham office and can be inspected by appointment.
Prospective purchasers may view the property strictly by appointment only, having signed a viewing agreement with the vendor’s agents regarding health and safety issues. This agreement is available at the Wolsingham office or can be faxed or emailed on request. Prospective purchasers view the property at their own risk and neither the vendor nor George F White accepts any responsibility or reliability for viewer’s safety whilst at this property.
Travelling south on the A68 travel into West Auckland. At the mini roundabout at The Manor House turn right onto Staindrop Road. Follow the road and at the next roundabout go straight on (second exit) passing Oakley Service Station on your left. Travel on this road until reaching Evenwood Gate where the buildings are found on the right hand side.
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