Grunton Lane, Manfield, Richmond, North Yorks, DL2 2RW
7 King Street
Tel: 01748 822711
About the Property
A SUPERB DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY on a site of about 1 ACRE overlooking protected Heritage land to front & rear – further ADJOINING LAND anywhere up to about 27.3 ACRES may be available separately. There are a range of 2-Storey & Single Storey Buildings extending to about 756sqm/8138sqft, situated on the edge of this sought-after village & surrounded by open countryside. The adjoining fields to the north, & those over the road to the east, are protected Heritage ‘Scheduled Monument Areas’ – the site of Manfield shrunken medieval village.
- Rural Development Opportunity
- 2-Storey & Single Storey Barns
- Edge-of-village Location
- Site Approaching 1 Acre (0.405 ha)
- Traditional Range of Buildings
- About 756.50sqm/8143sqft
The Buildings extend to about 756sqm/8138sqft: Ground Floor 525sqm/5651sqft & First Floor 231.10sqm/2487sqft with rear access to the left hand side & possibly a separate access through a front ‘archway’. There is ample (& flexible) garden space to the rear, with further adjoining land anywhere up to about 27.3 ACRES potentially available.
Further adjoining land anywhere up to about 27.3 ACRES may be available separately.
Manfield is a sought-after village south of the River Tees (Fly fishing) noted for its real ale pub, The Crown - a CAMRA Yorkshire Pub of the Year winner. There is also a Village Hall & a Church. The ‘new’ A1(M) motorway makes the ‘Golden Triangle’ centres of Harrogate, York & Leeds even more accessible & the A66 gives excellent access to the Teesside region. There is excellent access to the A1(M)/A66 & Scotch Corner (about 7 miles), Richmond about 7 miles, Darlington about 6 miles (Mainline rail station – LONDON Kings Cross 2 hours & 20 minutes), Newcastle & Harrogate 42, & York about 52 miles. The forthcoming Designer Outlet Village at Scotch Corner will be the leading shopping & leisure destination in the North of England, bringing an appealing mix of 92 premium & best-of-high-street shops to one of the UK’s most well-known locations (including 10 restaurants and cafés & 1,300 parking spaces) - a major area attraction.
Permitted Development Rights derive from a general planning permission granted not by the local authority but by Parliament: Approval is granted under the provisions of Schedule 2, Part 3, Class Q of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 (as amended)…On 5th March 2018, the Government announced changes to Permitted Development Rights, which include an increase in the qualifying size of new agricultural buildings (now) up to a maximum of 1000sqm & an amended development right for the conversion of agricultural buildings to residential use. The changes mean that up to 5 new homes can be created from existing agricultural buildings, rather than the maximum of 3 as previously permitted. Permitted Development Rights are subject to obtaining prior approval from the local council - Richmondshire District Council: Mercury House, Station Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4JX.
We understand the property is freehold, with vacant possession upon completion.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to all rights of way & easements, both public & private, which may affect or benefit the property.
We understand that mains water & electricity are on site with mains sewerage towards the lane end - there is on site space for a private treatment plant.
The property is situated on part of a working farm – ALL viewings strictly by prior appointment through Marcus Alderson Estate Agents 01748 822 711
(1) LOCAL PLANNING AUTHORITY: Richmondshire District Council: Mercury House, Station Road, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4JX ... 01748 829100 ... firstname.lastname@example.org
(2) EPCs to be assessed.