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A superb opportunity has arisen to purchase a rare agricultural barn, ripe for development in the very heart of the Lake District National Park. The building and immediate curtilage, highlighted blue on the plan, is offered with full planning permission to convert into a two bedroomed residential dwelling for local occupancy only and is set in an area of beautiful open countryside close to the south shores of Lake Windermere, just a stone’s throw from Fell Foot Park. Also included within the sale is highlighted red on the plan and totals circa 8.25 acres.
Situated close to the South Eastern shore of Lake Windermere and within a short drive from the bustling town of Bowness on Windermere, a host of everyday amenities are within easy reach. Windermere Marina, The Motorboat Racing Club, Royal Windermere Yacht Club, Fell Foot and the Golf club are readily accessible, the location having convenient links to the A590, junction 36 of the M6 and the West Coast Mainline at Oxenholme. There are a number of primary schools within a short drive, most providing transport services. Independent schools, Sedbergh and Windermere Schools both have pick ups nearby.
The plans can be found with The Lake District National Park Authority under reference No: 7/2016/5344. For further information, please contact our office. *The occupancy clause deems that the property can only be purchased by a person with a Local Connection as his or her only or principal home. The occupancy clause deems that the property can only be purchased by a person with a Local Connection and as his or her only or principal home. However, this is extended to those individuals who have lived and/or worked in the area for a minimum of 16 hours per week and for a period of 9 months prior to purchase.
Plot notes: -Barn with Prior Approval for a two bed dwelling subject to local occupancy clause*
-Set within a 8.25 acre field and parking adjacent to the road.
-Plans drawn by renowned architect , Hough Tullett
-Beautiful location set within the Lake District National Park
-Close to the shores of Lake Windermere, Fell Foot, a National Trust Park
-Close to road networks of A590 and junction 36 of the M6
-Convenient for primary and secondary schooling, both public and private
DIRECTIONS From M6 J36 follow the A590 taking the first exit signposted ‘Barrow’ continue along the A590 for approximately ten miles. Upon reaching the Newby Bridge Roundabout take the second exit signposted Bowness on Windermere. Follow the road for less than half a mile before taking the first right, continue along this lane before reaching a T junction, turn left and follow the lane. The Barn is on the left, clearly recognised from our marketing literature.