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2 bedroom barn for sale

Scar Top Barn, Oldfield, Keighley, BD22 0JR

Sold STC £125,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Prior Approval for conversion to form a cleverly designed two bedroom dwelling
  • Private off road parking
  • Attractive parcel of meadow & pasture and a small plantation of trees
  • Land extends to just over 4 acres in total

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location
Scar Top Barn is situated 1 mile to the west of the small village of Stanbury and 3 miles west of the renowned village of Haworth with its historical links to the Bronte family. Haworth offers a good range of amenities including a highly regarded primary school, shops, a number of pubs and places to eat as well as good links to public transport services and road networks. Haworth is also on "Worth Valley Steam Railway Line". For a more comprehensive range of amenities including regular direct train services to Skipton, Bradford and Leeds, the larger vibrant town of Keighley lies just 5.5 miles to the north east.

Description
A small range of single storey traditional stone buildings with an adjacent tarmac surface parking area fronting onto Scar Top Road. The buildings provide an existing opportunity to create a
unique home having the benefit of planning permission for conversion.

Adjacent to the buildings and extending to the rear is a block of meadow pasture land together with a small plantation of woodland, in total just over 4 acres. The availability of land will
make the property particularly appealing to those with equestrian and hobby farming interests.

Planning
Change of use of these former agricultural buildings to a dwelling was given Prior Approval for Permitted Development by Bradford Metropolitan Council. Application No: 16/00340/PAR
dated 7th March 2016. A copy of the approved plans and decision notice are available for inspection at the agents office.

The approved scheme provides accommodation over two floor which briefly comprises the following:-

Proposed Ground Floor
Breakfast Kitchen (4.30m x 2.30m)
Dining Room/Snug Area (4.20m x 4.50m)
Living Room (6.80m max x 4.20m max)

Proposed First Floor Accommodation
Landing
Bedroom 1 (3.40m max x 3.50m)
Bedroom 2 (3.00m x 4.50m)
Bathroom (2.00m x 2.00m)

Outside
Provision for private off road parking. Extending to the side of the buildings is a former allotment garden.
The land extends to 4 acres of sloping meadow and pasture with a small, relatively new plantation of mixed species woodland.

Services
There are no services connected to the property.

Tenure
Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.

Directions
From Skipton head south to Keighley on the A629 continuing through Keighley on the A629 to the roundabout at the bottom of Oakworth Road. Take the second exit onto Oakworth Road
B6143 and continue for about 3 miles passing through Oakworth on Hob Cote Lane before turning left onto Oldfield Lane. Continue on Oldfield Lane to the T Junction with Scar Top Road and turn right. Scar Top Barn is a short distance on the right just before the reservoir. A for sale has been erected.

Details Prepared
May 2016


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25 May 2016

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