LOWER BARN A detached field barn which stands back from Back Lane, surrounded by fields with no immediate neighbours and commands excellent views towards Ingleborough. PRIOR APPROVAL was granted by Lancaster City Council on the 24th January 2018 for the change of use of an agricultural barn to a dwelling house (C3). Planning Reference: 17/01559/PAA.
The proposed accommodation provides for a three bedroom conversion, with landscaping works and curtilage.
SERVICES Lower Barn has the benefit of a mains water supply and electricity connection. Drainage would need to be private, within the boundaries. B4RN hyerpast broadband connection is close by. Prospective purchasers are to make their own enquiries as to the local availability of services.
ROOM TO SPREAD OUT Lower Barn sits within approximately 0.50 acres (0.20 hectares). Additional land may be available to purchasers by separate negotiation.
BOUNDARIES The purchaser will own all the boundaries of the new plot. It will be their responsibility to erect and thereafter repair and maintain.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY The property is sold subject to all rights of way whether
public or private, rights of water, rights of light and electricity supplies and other restrictive covenants, all existing and proposed wayleaves, whether referred to in the particulars or not. There is a pedestrian right of way across part of the property for the benefit of the owner of the River Greta to the north.
ON YOUR DOORSTEP Located in a rural country lane position, Lower Barn is close to the delightful hamlet of Wrayton, just off the A683. The popular market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is 6.3 miles to the north and offers a range of local facilities including schools, doctors, dentists, post office, banks, Booths supermarket and a wide selection of restaurants, pubs and tea shops. A more comprehensive range may be found in Lancaster or Kendal.