Building & Yard, Barden, Skipton, BD23 6DJ
- Useful modern building providing 182m² of storage
- Storage/workshop space
- with an adjacent hardstanding
- Convenient rural position between Bolton Abbey & Grassington
- £650 pcm
- Rent frequency: Monthly
- Let type: Not Specified
- Furnishing: Not specified
The building is situated in the hamlet of Howgill between Appletreewick and Bolton Abbey within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Although in a rural position the building is easily accessible being just 5 miles from the A59.
The property is accessed through a 6.60 metre wide double timber gated entrance that leads down to a walled concrete yard area in front of the building. A separate opening to the side of the building leads round to a hard-standing providing useful additional storage space.
The building is of modern steel portal frame construction with concrete block walls to 1.65 metres and timber space boarding to the eaves which are at a height of 3.5 metres. The building is accessed via three sets of double timber clad doors each to a height of 3.25 metres. The central door opening is 3.20 metres wide with the two adjacent sets of double doors opening to 2.40 metres.
The floor is predominantly concrete surfaced and power and water are connected to the building.
The building will be let on an annual licence.
From Skipton head east on the A59 (Harrogate) continuing straight across at the roundabout with the A65 for about 4 miles to the roundabout at Bolton Abbey and take the first exit (B6160 - Burnsall). Continue on this road for about 3 miles to Barden and turn right dropping down over Barden Bridge and continuing for about 1 mile to Howgill bearing off to the right onto Howgill Lane (David Hill board). The entrance to the building can be found on the left after about 400 metres identified by the David Hill ‘To Let’ board.