The Former Bilton Library, The Old Vicarage, Bilton Lane, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 3DT

vacant grade II listed detached former library and office premises approximately 262 sq m (2,820 sq ft)

Location

The property fronts on to Bilton Lane in a predominantly residential area which is accessed from Skipton Road (A59). Harrogate town centre is approximately 2 miles to the south.

Description

Detached grade II listed three storey former library and office premises with development potential subject to gaining the necessary consents.

Accommodation

Ground Floor: 
Former Library, Staff Areas and Storage  126 sq m  (1,356 sq ft) 
 
First Floor: 
Offices, Staff Areas and Storage  105 sq m  (1,130 sq ft) 
 
Attic: 
Offices and Storage  23 sq m  (248 sq ft)  
 
Cellar: 
Storage  8 sq m  (86 sq ft) 
 
Total:  262 sq m  (2,820 sq ft)  
 

Outside

Driveway and car parking for around 5 cars to the front and additional car parking to side for around 4 cars.

Site Area

Approximately 718 sq m (858 sq yds).

Tenure

Freehold.

Planning

We understand that the property was previously a residential vicarage and maybe suitable for a change of use back to residential subject to gaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, Harrogate Borough Council, Knapping Mount, West Grove Road, Harrogate, HG1 2AE. Tel: 0845 3006091.

General

A permanent right of way will be reserved over the driveway of the property for the owners of the buildings and land to the rear of the library building.

Energy Performance Asset Rating = C.

Solicitors

North Yorkshire County Council, Legal and Democratic Services, County Hall, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8AD.
Tel: 01609 532 920. E-mail: Harry.Giffin@northyorks.gov.uk.
Contact: Mr Harry Griffin.

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