6 bedroom residential development for sale

Peel Park, Hellifield, Skipton, BD23 4LD

Sold STC £1,150,000

Property Description

Key features

  • For Sale as a Whole or in Lots
  • Exciting development opportunity within an impressive setting
  • Two cottages with a range of buildings which have planning permission
  • Enjoying a delightful rural position

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location

The properties at Peel Park are situated on the southerly edge of the village of Hellifield being accessed from Gisburn Road with an attractive approach through open English parkland via a
private drive. Hellifield is a thriving, well connected village having a Post Office, Village Store, Church, Social Club, pub and Primary School. Transport links include a railway station with
regular services to Leeds, Morecambe and Carlisle. There are also regular bus services and good links by road on the A65 and A682 to the larger local business centres of West Yorkshire and east Lancashire.

Description

Set within a tranquil parkland setting adjacent to 'Hellifield Peel Castle' as featured in the Channel Four television series 'Grand Designs', this extensive range of buildings offers a rare and exciting opportunity to both developer and private purchaser.

This versatile property comprise two existing houses 'Homestead House' and 'Keepers Cottage', with the remainder being former estate buildings having planning permission for conversion to create a further five separate dwellings. Alternatively, the two storey barn adjoining 'Homestead House' and the extensive range of single storey buildings between 'Homestead House' and 'Keepers Cottage', would each create impressive single residences (subject to planning).

The property is predominately south facing with fine views and includes a former walled kitchen garden and a small paddock.


Keepers Cottage shaded blue

Guide Price 295,000

An attractive detached stone built cottage with planning permission to extend. The property has private parking and gardens.

Ground Floor

Breakfast Kitchen (4.56m x 4.18m)

Dining Room (2.95m x 2.13m) Boiler Room

Lounge (4.05m max x 4.31m max)


First Floor

Bedroom 1 (4.29m max x 4.02m max)

Bedroom 2 (4.20m x 2.75m)

Bedroom 3 (2.14m x 3.23m)

Bathroom (3.14m max x 1.68m max)


Homestead House shaded green

Guide Price 255,000

A semi detached house providing four bedroom accommodation with private parking and an attractive walled garden with pleasant southerly aspect.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall (2.03m x 2.00m)

Utility Room (1.60m x 2.21m)

Dining Room (3.15m x 3.83m)

Lounge (5.48m x 4.11m)

Kitchen (3.96m x 2.92m)


First Floor

Landing

Bathroom (2.54m x 2.43m)

Bedroom 1 (4.72m x 3.75m)

Bedroom 2 (3.48m x 3.96m)

Bedroom 3 (3.15m x 3.50m)

Bedroom 4 (3.17m x 1.98m)


The Granary shaded purple

Guide Price 400,000

A versatile range of predominately single storey stone buildings with a two storey section to one end. There is an area of yard in front with the buildings backing onto a former walled kitchen
garden with former ice house and a small paddock beyond. In total, the plot extends to just under 1.5 acres.

The secured planning permission allows for the conversion and extension of this group of buildings to create three separate dwellings. However, there is tremendous scope to combine the buildings and make use of the recently approved new access to create an impressive single residence.

The approved scheme provides the following;

Unit 1

Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, bathroom, bedroom 1 (en suite) and two further bedrooms.

Unit 2

Ground Floor: Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms.

Unit 3

Ground Floor: hall, open plan kitchen/dining, w.c., bedroom 3, lounge, conservatory, lobby, sun room.

First Floor: study, bathroom and two further bedrooms.

Approximate total gross internal floor area 280m (3014 ft)


The Barn shaded yellow

Guide Price 200,000

A substantial two storey semi detached stone barn with planning permission for conversion to form an apartment with garaging beneath and a separate 2/3 bedroom dwelling. Each property is
allocated private parking and gardens.

As with the buildings above, this barn would convert to form a larger single residence, subject to planning, should prospective purchasers prefer.

The approved scheme provides the following;

Unit 4

Ground Floor: Hall, w.c., kitchen, living/dining room.

First Floor: Bedroom 1 (en suite), bathroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3/study

Unit 5

Ground Floor: Garaging, w.c., stairs to the first floor.

First Floor: Hall, kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom

Approximate total gross internal floor area 224m (2,411 ft)

Planning

Full planning permission for the extension of Keepers Cottage and the conversion of the single storey buildings and two storey barn to form five dwellings was approved by Craven District
Council on the 4 June 2003. Decision No: 42/2002/2575.

Following the discharge of conditions 7 and 10 of the above decision notice, the installation of the foul drainage Package Treatment Plant and the construction of the passing places,

Craven District Council confirmed by letter dated 24 April 2008 that development had commenced.

Full planning permission for the creation of a new access to extend to the west of Keepers Cottage via an existing field gate and enter the site through a new opening to be made in the
kitchen garden wall was approved by Craven District Council on the 20 July 2015. Decision No: 42/2015/15833.

Services

'Keepers Cottage' and 'Homestead House' are connected to a shared borehole water supply, shared private drainage (Package Treatment Plant) and mains electricity.


Each of the new dwellings to be converted from the buildings will be granted rights/easements to connect into the existing borehole water supply and drainage system. We understand that
mains electricity is available nearby.

General Remarks

In the event of the properties being sold separately, a Management Company will be set up which will retain ownership of and be responsible for the future operation, maintenance and repair
of the private drainage system, borehole water supply and pump house (including shared pipes and cables) and a section of access drive, shown in brown on the sale plan.

Each property will be subject to an annual service charge, the amount to be agreed.

In the event of the properties being sold separately, the vendors will, at their own expense and within 6 months of completion of the first sale, carry out the following;

create a new pump house as shown on the plan.

relocate the existing electricity supply and meter, specific to the borehole and drainage system, to the new pump house.

relocate the existing borehole filters and equipment to the new pump house.

make good all existing connections to the borehole and provide suitable points of connection for the proposed new dwellings.

In the event of 'Homestead House' and 'The Barn' being sold separately the purchasers of 'Homestead House' will have a right of way for occasional use around 'The Barn' to take delivery
of larger items and for repair/maintenance/extension to the property and garden.


Directions

From Skipton head north west on the A65 for about 8 miles passing through the villages of Gargrave and Coniston Cold before reaching Hellifield. On entering the village continue past
the church before bearing left onto Gisburn Road signed to Nelson/Gisburn/Nappa. Follow the road for about 400 metres continuing straight ahead on the sharp right hand bend onto
Peel Green (private road). Continue on Peel Green for a further 800 metres where the properties can be found on the right. A 'for sale' sign has been erected.

Details Prepared
July 2016

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Nearest stations

  • Hellifield (1.1 mi)
  • Long Preston (2.1 mi)
  • Gargrave (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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David Hill, Skipton

The New Ship Mill Bridge, Skipton, BD23 1NJ

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The New Ship Mill Bridge, Skipton, BD23 1NJ

01756 535008 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Hellifield (1.1 mi)
  • Long Preston (2.1 mi)
  • Gargrave (4.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

David Hill, Skipton

The New Ship Mill Bridge, Skipton, BD23 1NJ

01756 535008 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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