4 bedroom detached house for saleLot 1 Beck Gate, Milton
Sold STC £250,000
A spacious four bedroomed house with utility room, large dining kitchen, living room, sitting room, cloakroom and inner hall on the ground floor with first floor bathroom and two attic storage rooms on the second floor together with a courtyard of traditional buildings with an 'L' shaped range with planning permission for conversion to two dwellings as well as adjoining paddocks extending to
about 0.81 acres (0.33 hectares) in all.
Former stackyard extending to 0.30 acres (0.12 hectares) in area with outline planning permission for a detached house
Beck Gate is situated off the A689 Brampton to Alston road in the settlement of Milton with the market town of Brampton lying about 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 0.81 acres (0.33 hectares) in area and is shown coloured in pink on the attached Sale Plan. It comprises a spacious four bedroomed house with a range of traditional farm buildings around the original yard with planning permission to convert an 'L' shaped range of buildings into two dwellings, one a two storey three bedroomed unit and the other a two storey two bedroomed unit. There is also a further single storey 'L' shaped range of traditional buildings in the yard, which provide useful storage, together with a lean-to workshop to the rear of the traditional buildings. This building would have to be demolished to provide access and parking under the proposal to develop the 'L' shaped barn range. Lot 1 also includes a second access to the property through the adjoining stackyard to provide access to the two barn conversions. There is also a useful area of land to the rear of the barns which would provide attractive garden areas.
Lot 2 then extends to 0.30 acres (0.12 hectares) in area and is shown coloured in blue on the Sale Plan. This area has outline planning permission for a detached house with good sized garden area and this proposal would involve taking down the existing derelict pole barn although the existing brick storage building could be retained. Access to the building plot would be over the right of way marked A-B on the Sale Plan.
Planning permission was granted on the 27th August 2015 to convert the 'L' shaped range of buildings on Lot 1 into two dwellings and to create a new vehicular access through the adjoining stackyard to provide access to these two units. An extract from the approved plans showing the ground and first floor 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 no. 15/0624.
Outline planning permission was then granted for the erection of one detached dwelling on Lot 2 on the 28th August 2015 and again a copy of the planning consent and the approved plans can be inspected at our offices or inspected and most documents downloaded from the above Carlisle City Council website using the planning reference 15/0623.
Mains water, electricity and foul drainage for the house with a telephone line installed subject to BT regulations.
The house is assessed under council tax Band C.
Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agent. Tel: (01228) 792299.
The house, buildings, yard and land to the rear extending to 0.81 acres (0.33 hectares) in area
This is substantially built of stone under a slate roof and it has the benefit of oil fired central heating and UPVC framed double glazed windows. The accommodation comprises:-
3.97m x 2.90m with oil fired central heating boiler, part glazed rear entrance stable door, stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, plumbing for automatic washing machine and doors through to workshop and kitchen.
4.88m x 4.57m with 'Rayburn Royale' cooker, sink unit with 1½ bowls and drainer, breakfast bar with cupboards below, fitted floor and wall units with some tiled splashbacks and worktops, 'Firenzi' electric hob with 'Beko' oven below and extractor hood above, two sets of spotlights, exposed beams, double radiator and doors through to dairy and hall.
4.35m x 2.67m
Hall with doors off to living room, sitting room and toilet, with telephone point and stairs to first floor with storage area below
2.88m x 1.27m with WC, wash hand basin, built in cupboard and double radiator
4.65m x 4.15m with open fire with tiled fireplace and hearth, double radiator and exposed beam.
4.67m x 4.08m with open fire with tiled fireplace and hearth, double radiator, exposed beam and arched opening to entrance porch.
1.64m x 1.50m with front entrance door and corner cupboard with electric meter and fuses.
with stairs down to half landing with double radiator and large window and doors off to four bedrooms and bathroom with door and stairs up to second floor attic rooms.
4.77m x 4.12m with exposed beams, single radiator and built in cupboard.
4.77m x 4.19m with single radiator and exposed beams.
4.59m x 3.48m with single radiator.
4.74m x 3.08m with coombed ceiling, exposed beam and single radiator.
3.37m x 3.25m with WC, bidet, wash hand basin, panelled bath and double radiator.
Attic Room 1
6.61m x 4.83m with two small single glazed windows and stairs up from first floor with door through to attic room 2.
Attic Room 2
4.83m x 4.16m with one small single glazed window.
These comprise a range of traditional buildings around the original yard with a lean-to workshop/garage to the rear. In more detail they comprise the following:
Former Byres and Loose
19.7m x 5.10 m approx and built of stone walls under a slate roof with stone Box with Loft over steps outside to a loft over the loose box. This building has planning permission for conversion to a two bedroomed dwelling with kitchen, living room, hall and cloakroom on the ground floor and large landing, two bedrooms, bathroom and storage cupboards on the first floor.
Former Stables and Barn
21.9m x 5.8m approx, built of stone walls under a part slate/part corrugated metal roof with loft over former stables. This building has planning permission for conversion to a three bedroomed dwelling with utility room, large dining kitchen, living room, cloakroom and store on the ground floor and three bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom, family bathroom and storage cupboards with landing on the first floor.
7.6m x 6.0m approx, timber framed with metal roof and side cladding above stone wall to the rear and open front.
17.8m x 4.8m and 6.6m x 4.8m approx, built of stone walls under a slate roof
'L' shaped Range and forming stores, former byre and dairy.
18.1m x 6.6m approx with concrete block walls, steel and timber framework, concrete floor, sheeted roof, central heating oil tank and diesel tank. This building would be demolished under the proposals to convert the 'L' shaped range of traditional buildings into two dwellings.
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