Plot 3, Lickbarrow Road, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 2NF
Local Occupancy Applies: Opportunity to acquire a freehold building plot with planning permission granted offering scope to construct a generous three bedroom contemporary family home with over 2000ft² of accommodation spread over three floors comprising fabulous sitting room with lake and fell views, open plan kitchen-diner, three bedrooms and two bathrooms and an integral garage. Situated on the edge of Windermere village, just 10 minutes walk from the village centre and its wide range of amenities, schools and transport links, the building plot will appeal to those wishing to construct a comfortable home specific to their own individual requirements and taste. Situated on the edge of Windermere village, just 10 minutes walk from the village centre and its wide range of amenities, schools and transport links, the building plot will will appeal to those wishing to construct a comfortable home specific to their own individual requirements and taste.
Occupying an elevated position just behind Park Road/Windermere Park, this small development of just five plots on Lickbarrow Road are positioned with privacy in mind and with each design of house individual. The property is designed and aimed to maximise the west facing position taking in plenty of natural light with the upper floor levels taking full advantage of the sun and views which stretch over the village to the Lakeland fells beyond.
From our Windermere office in the village turn left into Ellerthwaite Road and proceed past the Fire Station to a 'T' junction with the recreation ground facing. Turn right into Park Road and follow this road to the top of the hill, turning left just before Windermere Park into Lickbarrow Road. The new drive for the development will gain access from the bottom of Lickbarrow Road and Plot 3 will be the first plot on the left hand side.
Opportunity to acquire a freehold building plot with permission granted for the construction of a new detached three bedroom dwelling, with two bathrooms living/dining room, kitchen, sun room and a integral garage.
The proposed dwelling is accessed from Lickbarrow off Park Road with a new vehicular driveway going in giving access to five proposed dwellings including No.3. The plot is nestled on the East side of the development and is first and left hand corner plot and occupies a gently sloping site with a excellent views and outlook over Windermere Park to the Lakeland Fells and Lake beyond.
The plot has provisions and ducting in place for mains foul drainage, mains electric, and mains water to all be ducted to the site once the houses are built. The access road which is to be private well be constructed but not be finished completely to avoid damage by construction traffic while the houses are built. The tarmac finish will be added at no cost to the purchaser once the houses are complete.
Planning consent was granted on the 2nd June 2014, Reference No. 7/2014/5312. The full consent is for a detached 3 storey 3 bedroom dwelling and is subject to a restriction known as a local occupancy condition. These conditions are commonplace on any new dwelling constructed within the Lake District National Park. This means that the purchaser would either wish to have this as their main residence and would need to fulfil the criteria or for an occupant who rents on a long let to do the same also.
Freehold. Vacant possession on completion. Council tax band is to be assessed on completion of the dwelling.
Nicolas D.Pighills, Kentmere
Local Occupancy Clause
The dwelling houses hereby permitted shall not be occupied otherwise than by a Person with a Local Connection as his or her Only or Principal Home, or the widow or widower of such a person, and any dependents of such a person living with him or her.
In this condition the following definitions apply:
'Person with a Local Connection' means an individual who before taking up occupation of the dwelling satisfies one of the following conditions:
(1) The person has been in continuous employment in the Locality defined for at least the last nine months and for a minimum of 16 hours per week immediately prior to occupation; or
(2) The person needs to live in the Locality defined because they need substantial care from a relative who lives in the Locality defined, or because they need to provide substantial care to a relative who lives in the Locality defined. Substantial care means that identified as required by a medical doctor or relevant statutory support agency; or
(3) The person has been continuously resident in the locality defined for three years immediately prior to: a) Needing another dwelling resulting from changes to their household, including circumstances such as getting married, divorced, having children, or downsizing. b) Undertaking full-time post-secondary education or skills training and is returning to the locality defined within 12 months of its completion, or c) being admitted to hospital, residential care or sentenced to prison, and are returning to the locality defined within 12 months of their discharge/release, or
(4) The person is a person who – a) Is serving in the regular forces or who has served in the regular forces within five years prior to occupation; b) Has recently ceased, or will cease to be entitled, to reside in accommodation provided by the Ministry of Defence following the death of that person's spouse or civil partner where - i. The spouse or civil partner has served in the regular forces; and ii. Their death was attributable (wholly or partly) to that service; or c) Is serving or has served in the reserve forces and who is suffering from a serious injury, illness or disability which is attributable (wholly or partly) to that service
Locality' shall mean the administrative areas of the Parishes of:
Broughton East; Cartmel Fel; Crook; Crosthwaite and Lyth; Helsington;Hugill; Kentmere; Lakes; Longsleddale; Nether Staveley; Over Staveley;Skelwith; Staveley in Cartmel; Underbarrow and Bradleyfield; Upper llithwaite; Windermere; Witherslack; Meathop and Ulpha; and those parts f the Parishes of Fawcett Forest; Strickland Ketel; Strickland Roger; and hitwell and Selside which lie within the administrative area of the Lake District National Park.
An 'Only or Principal Home' is a dwellinghouse which is occupied continuously for a minimum period of six months in every twelve month period. For the avoidance of doubt the dwelling shall not be occupied as a second home or for holiday letting accommodation.
Mains drainage, water and electric to be connected.
Dwellings to have wood pellet and air source heating systems.
Council Tax Band