Manywells Barn, Cullingworth, BD13 5BN
Guide Price £350,000
- An exciting conversion opportunity
- Stone barn with adjoining shippon having full planning permission for 5 bedroom house
- Parking and gardens standing in about 1 acre
- Additional paddock available separately
Manywells Barn enjoys a semi-rural setting on the edge of the popular village of Cullingworth set nicely back from themain road via a private lane. Cullingworth offers a useful range of amenities including a post office, village store Coop mini market, primary and secondary schools, a pharmacy, village hall and two pubs. Cullingworth has good road links to the local business centres and is served by a number of bus routes.
This substantial detached stone barn offers a fantastic opportunity for those looking to convert a traditional stone barn on a slightly grander scale with the main barn together with adjoining shippon providing a generous structure within which to create a fabulous family residence.
Full planning permission for the conversion of Manywells Barn to form a single dwelling was approved by Bradford Metropolitan Council on 07 November 2017. Application No.: 17/05283/FUL. A copy of the approved plans are available from the agent's office. A charge will be made for hard copies of the plans and associated documents.
The approved scheme prepared by the planning and development team at David Hill LLP provides accommodation laid out over two floors which briefly comprises:
Ground Floor: entrance hall, integral garage, utility, w.c.,snug, open plan kitchen/dining, playroom, living room.
First Floor: Landing, Bedroom 1 (en suite), house bathroom and four further bedrooms, two of which are en suite.
Total approximate gross internal floor area (including garage) 395 sqm (4250 sqft)
The adjacent more modern farm building was granted Prior Approval by Bradford Metropolitan Council on the 27th August 2019, Application No: 19/02878/PAR for conversion to form two dwellings and will be offered for sale through David Hill LLP in the coming weeks.
The barn is currently connected to mains electricity and mains water. The purchasers will be responsible for installing their own private drainage. The vendors reserve the right to bring service media pipes and cables through the property being sold to enable connection to their retained property.
From the mini roundabout at the top of Main Street, Cullingworth turn into Cullingworth Road east signposted to Wilsden and Bradford. After approximately 600 metres turn right into Doll Lane and take the right hand fork immediately after the old railway bridge. Follow the track round to the left where Manywells Barn is set to the left.