Silsden WEST YORKSHIRE

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  •  Detached Three Bedroom Barn Conversion
  •  Approx. 16 Acres
  •  Stabling, Manege and Grazing Land
  •  Agricultural Barn (Permission to Convert to Two First Floor Flats with Stabling Below)
  •  No Upward Chain
  • Additional Approx. 8 acres Available by Separate Negotiation 

A diverse and flexible opportunity for a variety of uses having a large agricultural barn with planning permission for conversion to two first floor flats.

Silsden is a small town in West Yorkshire on the River Aire and Leeds and Liverpool Canal between Keighley and Skipton.

The property is in a rural location with breath-taking views across the valley. There is a small shop nearby for essentials and a range of shops and amenities can be found in the larger towns of Skipton and Keighley.

The property has access to a good road network for commuters as well as excellent railway links. The current vendors utilise the property primarily for keeping their own horses and for livery (not licensed) and there is access to local bridleways for good outriding.

The property could easily offer alternative uses for livestock or farming activities having a large  multipurpose agricultural barn.

 

Price Guide £600,000 Under OfferRef: AR6206

A three bedroom detached barn conversion with double glazing and mains gas central heating. There is the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:

Ground Floor

Kitchen / Dining Room 16’3 x 14’8 (about 4.9m x 4.4m) (max) door to front, windows to front and side, tiled flooring, radiator, range of oak wall mounted and base units with granite worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks, 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, fridge with small freezer, oven and hob, beams to ceiling, spotlights, wall mounted gas boiler (hot water and radiators)

Main Entrance / Snug with wooden flooring, door to front, radiator with cover, stairs to first floor, exposed ceiling beams, understairs cupboard with gun cabinet

Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin in vanity unit, tiled floor, radiator  and extractor

Lounge 14’8 x 12’10 (about 4.4m x 3.9m) stone built fireplace in chimney breast with coal effect gas burning stove, ceiling beams, radiator, double doors to front patio

First Floor

Bedroom One 14’10 x 11’ (about 4.5m x 3.3m) (to wardrobes), fitted wardrobes along one wall, windows to front with fabulous views and window to rear, radiator, exposed beams

Bedroom Two 15’7 x 8’7 (about 4.7m x 2.6m) window to front with fabulous views and two windows to rear, radiator, exposed beams

Bedroom Three  8’4 x 6’6 (about 2.5m x 2m) window to front, radiator, exposed beams

Landing with skylight, linen cupboard and exposed beams

Family Bathroom bath with shower over and shower screen, wash hand basin, WC, skylight, tiled walls, tiled flooring, extractor, spotlights

Price Guide £600,000Under OfferRef: AR6206

The property is accessed via a shared driveway from the road and leads to a private parking area. To the front there is a stone walled garden with patio area and car parking for multiple vehicles.

There are the following outbuildings and equestrian facilities with approx. sizes:

Stable Block on a concrete yard with overhang  power and lighting, rubber matting (negotiable), space for horsebox parking, comprising:

               Six Stables 12’ x 12’ (c. 3.6m x 3.6m)

               Corner Stable 15’10 x 12’2 (c. 4.8m x 3.6m) currently utilised as a tack room, door and step to:

Four Bay Agricultural Building 61’7 x 45’9 (c. 18.8m x 13.9m) steel framed, roller shutter door, access to tack room, power and lighting, cold water tap, 3 phase electric, comprising:     

               Three Internal Stables each 10’ x 10’ (c. 3m x 3m) with rubber matting (negotiable)

               Workshop

This is a diverse building offering a variety of uses. The vendors have acquired planning permission from Bradford Metropolitan District Council for change of use to convert into two upper floor dwellings and ground floor to remain for agricultural use. Further details available from the Planning Portal or from the agents.

Manege 40m x 25m with sand and rubber surface and floodlights. There is an external electrical point located next to the manege.

The Land is level / gently sloping, fenced and divided into a number of paddocks, ideal for horse grazing. There is a natural water supply to the paddocks and a public footpath runs through the top field which adjoins the road.

IN ALL APPROX. 16 ACRES   (About 6.5 Hectares)

NB - An additional approx. 8 acres is available by separate negotiation. 

Price Guide £600,000Under OfferRef: AR6206