Hard Crag, High Brow Edge
Hard Crag, High Brow Edge, Backbarrow, Ulverston, LA12 8QY
An extremely rare residential development opportunity arguably occupying one of the most stunning sites in the Lake District National Park. Yeoman Style Farmhouse with Planning Permission for conversion/reuse of the house, barn and outbuildings. Magnificent easterly vistas. Surrounded by 36 acres.
- Situated just north of Bigland Hall, above High Brow Edge.
- Absolutely wonderful 360o views across the Lake District.
- Coniston and Scafell ranges on the westerly horizon.
- Langdales to the north west.
- Existing Planning Permission dated 10 January 2018for conversion/reuse of house, barn and outbuildings.
- Listed Building Consent obtained for High Brow Edge Farm Cottage.
- The ‘Farmstead’ is surrounded by about 36 acres of rolling pasture, grazing and meadow, with rocky outcrop features and Tarn.
- The site and position confirm the virtues of the recent World Heritage Site bestowed on the National Park.
- Unique opportunity to create a house of your dreams.
PLANNING PERMISSION Hard Crag has the benefit of Planning Permission under Lake District National Park Ref Nos: 7/2017/5567 and 7/2017/5568 replacing the former consents [7/2004/5761 and 7/2007/5553], for the conversion of the redundant and semi-derelict bank barn to be incorporated into the adjoining single dwelling [Farmhouse]. Alterations to existing planning and Listed building consent for the house and cart shed layout. The property is Grade II Listed. The proposed accommodation is as follows: Ground Floor Entrance Porch. Parlour. Kitchen. Dining Room. Snug. Utility/W.C. Rear Entrance Hall. Guest Bedroom. Wet Room. First Floor Superb Lounge with impressive views. Master Bedroom Suite with Dressing Room and Bathroom. Lake District National Park Ref: 7/2017/5567 is subject to a Local Occupancy. Lake District National Park Ref: 7/2017/5568 is Listed Building Consent. Copies of the Planning Permissions are available for inspection at the Kendal office. Potential buyers are strongly recommended to consult with the Lake District National Park Authority to discuss either the existing plans and planning permissions or amendments/alterations to the plans. For copies of the planning consents, plans and other relevant documentation please go to http://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/wphappcriteria.display. Material Start Approval of Certificate of Lawful Use, for Planning Permission 7/2017/5567, which confirms a material commencement has been made, a copy of which, dated 8 February 2021, is with these partiuclars.
The farmstead is approached from the entrance gate via a winding, gravelled driveway which leads to a turning and parking area to the north of the buildings.The former farmhouse is constructed in the traditional manner with random stone walls under a double pitched slated roof.The attached barn, to the south, is on two levels and is constructed with stone and slate.At the opposite end of the farmhouse is a two bay stone and slate outbuilding.The land to the west, contains two enclosures of sound pasture/meadow land.The remaining land, including the land with the entrance track is typical upland pasture and grazing land.The pasture and grazing land is undulating with many outcrop rock features and natural water supplies.There is an attractive small pond or tarn adjacent to the south easterly boundary. There is scope to construct another pond nearby, in a low lying area.The whole of the property is shown edged red on the Sale Plan herewith.
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