barns for conversion
Barkston Ash, near Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
Two unconverted barns with full planning permission in Barkston Ash, Tadcaster, North Yorkshire
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Two limestone barns with full planning permission for conversion to a two bed and a four bed house, set in a quarter of an acre of land in the rural North Yorkshire village of Barkston Ash near the town of Tadcaster
Offers over £395,000
A superb opportunity to create a dream property.
Two unconverted Yorkshire limestone barns, comprising of a former stable block and granany. Both have full planning permission for conversion to residential use.
Full planning permission was granted in April 2009 Ref. no. 2009/0046/ful.
Kitchen / diner, lounge, lobby, master bedroom, family bathroom, one additional bedroom.
Kitchen, dining area, utility, lounge, cloakroom, office, master bedroom with en-suite, three additional bedrooms and family bathroom.
These barns keep many of their original / traditional features and must be seen.
Full plans and details are available on request
The barns are situated in an ideal rural location on the southern fringe of the rural North Yorkshire village of Barkston Ash.
This is a prime location for equestrian / rambling activites with miles of farm tracks and bridleways and on site livery is available.
The thriving, sought after village of Barkston Ash offers a good range of local amenities including an 'outstanding' ofsted graded primary school, two public houses, church and village hall.
The location also boasts excellent access to Leeds, York, (20 minute commute), Harrogate, Manchester, and Wetherby via A1/M1 link, A1, A64 and M62.
Set in a private courtyard with far reaching views across surrounding open farmland and paddocks.
There is approximately 1/4 acre of land with the barns.