4 bedroom detached house for saleStapleton, Darlington, County Durham, DL2
Offers in Region of £740,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms
- Fine outlooks over the countyside
- South facing garden
- Garage & workshop/store
- Full Planning Permission for Conversion of Redundant Farm Buildings
- EPC Rating = F
Consent to convert to 3 residential units offering a rare opportunity to create a top quality development in a highly sought after location all enjoying fine outlooks.
Cleasby Grange is a prominent farm steading very pleasantly situated at south of the village of Stapleton and close the market town of Darlington. Cleasby Grange is very well placed for easy access to the regional and national road network (A1M Junction 56, 3 miles), Darlingtons East Coast rail line and Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Leeds/Bradford airports. The Durham and Yorkshire Dales are readily accessible along with the North Yorkshire Moors and Coast all offering numerous recreational pursuits.
The property stands in an attractive rolling landscape and the house and the proposed conversions all enjoy fine outlooks from an elevated position over open countryside with far reaching views.
The spacious family farmhouse would benefit from some updating but offers well-proportioned accommodation over three floors and includes 2 good reception rooms and a conservatory, Cloakroom, fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a large utility/boot room with WC. There are 3 first floor bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and an attic bedroom. With some re-planning there could be an additional reception room and a further first floor bedroom, subject to all necessary consents.
There is a very pleasant south easterly facing garden and a useful garage and a good workshop/store. Although Cleasby Grange and the buildings will share the access leading on to the site, the planning consent provides for a separate access to the development running to the rear of the garage and workshop so that no reservations for access are required through the existing house site.
A floor plan is published herewith.
A traditional range of stone and brick outbuildings stand to the south west of the house and have consent for conversion to residential units comprising 3 houses together with gardens and garaging.
Alternatively the house and buildings could be retained and as an equestrian or other business prospect, together with the modern buildings and up to 5 acres of additional land which the vendor would consider selling by separate negotiation.
The buildings have the benefit of Full Planning Permission for Conversion of Redundant Farm Building to Form 3 No. Dwellings and Erection of Detached Garage Block
Granted by Richmondshire District Council on 12 August 2014, reference 14/00241/FULL, subject to conditions.
Copies of the consent, plans and drawings can be inspected at the Agents Offices.
A site layout plan is published herewith.
The consent provides for the following dwellings.
128m2 - 1378 ft2
Semi-detached single storey dwelling. Living room; kitchen; utility, cloakroom/wc; 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
123m2 1325 ft2
Semi-detached single storey house. Living room; kitchen; utility, cloakroom/wc; 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Semi-detached two storey house. Hall; cloakroom/wc; living room; kitchen/dining room; utility; study; ground floor bedroom and en suite bathroom; 2 first floor bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
NB. The Vendor will undertake to remove the modern GP sheds forming part of the current Cleasby Grange steading, which are not part of the property for sale and restore the sites, to an agreed specification, with 3 months of completion of the sale. Alternatively the barns and up to 5 acres of surrounding land could be made available by separate negotiation.
The vendor would consider a sale of the property in lots or as a whole; Lot 1 House and Gardens. Lot 2 Development Site. The modern barns and up to 5 acres of land could be made available by separate negotiation for either lot.
Mains electricity and water are laid on to the house. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing. There is a private drainage system. Mains electricity and water are available to the development. Surface water drainage will be to soakaways and foul drainage will be to private treatment plants.
Rights of Way
The property is sold with the benefit of rights of way at all times and for all purposes over the roadway hatched in blue on the plan subject to a contribution of 2/3 of the cost of the future maintenance thereof.. The property is sold subject to a right of way in favour of the vendors retained land and buildings over the driveway hatched green on the plan.
Boundaries are to be erected as part of the planning consent and all boundaries will be constructed and thereafter be maintained by the purchaser and his/her successors in title.
Acreage: 5 Acres
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