3 bedroom detached house for saleLot 1 Milton Hill, Brampton
Sold STC £175,000
A detached three bedroomed house with kitchen, living room, dining room, ground floor bathroom, hall and first floor toilet. Also former stables, stores, gardens and yard extending to about 0.22 acres (0.09 hectares) in all.
Milton Hill is situated off the A689 Brampton to Alston road and just to the west of Milton with the market town of Brampton lying less than 1 mile to the north west and the City of Carlisle and Junction 43 on the M6 Motorway lying 9 miles to the west. Brampton Station on the Carlisle to Newcastle railway line then lies less than half a mile to the south. The position of the property is shown arrowed on the attached Location Plan.
Lot 1 extends to about 0.22 acres (0.09 hectares) in area and is shown coloured in blue on the attached Sale Plan. It comprises a detached three bedroomed house with a former lofted stable block, stores, gardens and yard. Access to this Lot is over the right of way marked A-B-C on the Sale Plan and, if Lot 1 is sold separately from Lot 2, then the purchaser of Lot 2 will be granted any easements or wayleaves they require across this Lot.
Lot 2 then extends to about 3.49 acres (1.41 hectares) in area and is shown coloured in pink on the Sale Plan. It comprises two barns with planning permission for conversion to two detached dwellings, one a two bedroomed single storey unit and the other a three bedroomed two storey unit, together with the adjoining 3.16 acres (1.28 hectare) pasture field. If Lot 2 is sold separately from Lot 1 then the purchaser of this Lot would be granted any easements or wayleaves they require across Lot 1.
The purchaser of Lot 2 or the property as a Whole will also be granted access to the field lying to the east of the access to form the required visibility splays for the two barn conversions. This will involve taking down a section of boundary wall and replacing it with a metal fence and grading off a hillock to improve visibility. Alternatively the vendors would consider a sale of this part of the adjoining field. The purchaser of Lot 2 will also be granted the right to remove the beech hedge running along the roadside boundary of Lot 1 to provide the required visibility splay for Lot 2. They will then be required to be responsible for the cost of erecting a new boundary fence/wall adjoining the roadside boundary of Lot 1.
Planning permission was granted on the 28th September 2015 to convert two of the buildings into two detached dwellings and to improve the existing vehicular access to these two units. An extract from the approved plans showing the layout of these two conversions is included in these particulars and a copy of the planning consent and all of the approved plans can be inspected at our office. Alternatively, full details of the planning application can be inspected and most documents downloaded by searching the planning applications in the Planning & Building Control section of the Carlisle City Council website (www.carlisle.gov.uk) using the planning application number 15/0721.
Mains water and electricity to the house with foul drainage to a septic tank installation although mains drainage is available nearby.
The house is assessed under council tax Band C.
Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agent. Tel: (01228) 792299.
The house, former lofted stables, stores, gardens and yard extending to about 0.22 acres (0.09 hectares) in area
This has the benefit of oil fired central heating, UPVC framed double glazed windows and modern kitchen units and the accommodation comprises:-
4.54m x 2.70m with rear entrance door, fitted floor and wall units with worktops over and tiled splashbacks, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel cooker, splashback and canopy, radiator, tiled floor and door to living room.
4.50m x 3.94m with built in cupboard with oil fired central heating boiler, two double radiators, laminate floor and doors to hall and dining room.
4.75m x 3.65m with tiled fireplace and hearth, laminate floor, undertairs store, single radiator and door to bathroom.
3.93m x 1.41m with panelled bath, wash hand basin and W.C. with panelled walls and ceiling, tiled floor and radiator.
Hall with tiled floor, front entrance door and stairs to first floor landing.
Landing with double radiator and doors off to three bedrooms and toilet.
3.71m x 3.62m with single radiator.
4.51m x 3.95m with single radiator.
3.24m x 2.70m with old cast iron fireplace, single radiator and loft hatch.
1.51m x 1.17m with wash hand basin and W.C.
Front garden area with parking space and access to right of way to public road.
Rear garden area
Former Stable Block
11.2m x 8.0m approx, built of stone walls under a slate roof with stone steps and stores outside to loft above stables and single storey stores to the rear.
6.0m x 4.5m approx, built of stone walls under a slate roof. (It is proposed to demolish this building under the planning application to convert the barns to allow access to the yard).
Range of stores
11.0m x 3.9m approx, built of stone walls under a slate roof (it is proposed to demolish this range under the planning application to convert the barns).
Lean-to loose boxes
5.1m x 4.7m approx built of wooden sleeper walls under a corrugated metal roof.
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