Nun Clough Farm Barn, Birchenlee Lane, Colne, BB8 8HL
Guide Price £160,000
Nun Clough Farm Barn enjoys a delightful rural setting off Birchenlee Lane, a no through road, in one of the areas most sought after locations approximately 1 mile south of the vibrant and resurgent East Lancashire town of Colne. As well as providing an extensive range of amenities and services Colne also offers access to the M65 with Manchester less than an hours drive away.
This attractive semi detached traditional stone barn adjoins the original farmhouse at Nun Clough Farm and benefits from a private rural position with super views over open countryside towards Pendle Hill.
Full planning permission for the conversion of the barn to a single dwelling including part of field to create new residential curtilage/parking area and new access driveway was granted by Pendle Borough Council on 13 August 2012. Application No: 13/12/0259P.
Full Plans Conditional Approval under Building Regulations was subsequently approved on 08 January 2016. Building Regulations Plan No: 13/15/2038B.
The local authority have confirmed that works have been carried out that constitute a material start and accordingly the above permissions are now secured in perpetuity.
Copies of the above information are available for inspection at the agents office. Copies can be provided but there will be a £15 charge.
The approved scheme provides accommodation on two floors which briefly comprises the following;
Ground Floor Accommodation
Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room, Study, Living Room.
First Floor Accommodation
Landing, Master Bedroom (en suite), two further Bedrooms, Bathroom.
Total approximate gross internal floor area 133m² (1431 ft²)
The approved scheme provides for private parking and garden areas.
The purchasers will install a new Package Treatment Plan drainage system of a capacity to serve Nun Clough Farm Barn and the adjoining farmhouse. The vendors will grant rights where possible over their retained land to accommodation the proposed drainage system and will reserve rights to connect the farmhouse into the new system.
A spring water supply is available at Nun Clough Farm and mains electricity is located nearby. The purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the suitability and availability of all services they require.
From Skipton head west on the A59 turning left onto the A56 at Broughton roundabout. Continue on the A56 to Colne. At the roundabout take th e2nd exit signposted 'Town Centre' (A56) and follow the one way system round bearing left onto Craddock Road (A56). Before the railway station turn left onto Bridge Street which becomes Knotts Lane. After about 1 mile and before the sharp right hand bend turn left onto Lenches Road and then first right onto Birchenlee Lane. Continue on Birchenlee Land heading straight ahead rather than bearing left at the fork and continue past the first house , up the hill, where Nun Clough Farm can be found on the left. The barn is accessed via the short section of drive in front of the farmhouse. A for sale sign has been erected.
The property is Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.
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David Hill is a trading name of David Hill LLP, a limited liability partnership incorporated in England and Wales with registration number OC385084.
Registered office: The New Ship, Mill Bridge, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1NJ