Netherside Hall, Threshfield, Nr Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5PP
Netherside Hall is situated in Wharfedale on the B6160 close to the village of Threshfield, approximately two miles north west of the market towns of Grassington and ten miles north of Skipton and lies within the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Originally a Country House constructed around 1820, the property was most recently used as a residential school by North Yorkshire County Council. The property comprises the Grade II Listed Hall, The Coach House, Netherside Lodge together with assorted outbuildings. The landscaped grounds extend to approximately 11.71 hectares (28.93 acres) including a walled garden, lawns, woodland and grassland. The Jacobean style Hall stands at the top of a wooded escarpment on the bank of the River Wharfe. Accommodation is arranged over two floors together with an attic and basement. The Coach House, most recently used as teaching accommodation and Netherside Lodge, a residential house are grouped near the main entrance.
The main buildings have the following approximate gross internal floor areas (GIA):- Main Hall: 1,632 sq m 17,567 sq ft Coach House: 230 sq m 2,476 sq ft Netherside Lodge: 108 sq m 1,163 sq ft Outbuildings: 20 sq m 215 sq ft Total Approximate Area: 1,990 sq m 21,421 sq ft
Approximately 11.71 Hectares (28.93 Acres).
The property may be suitable for a variety of uses, including continued use under Class C2 Residential Institutions of the Use Classes Order 1987 (Amended 2010). Netherside Lodge falls within use category Class C3 (A) as a dwelling house. We understand that the Local Authority planning department have indicated that the site may be suitable for employment use. Alternatively the property may have scope for conversion or redevelopment subject to obtaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Yorkshire Dales National Parks Authority, Yoredale, Bainbridge, Leyburn, North Yorkshire DL8 3EL. Tel: 0300 456 0030.
The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of ú1,200 plus VAT, towards the VendorÁs legal costs.
1. The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity and other rights and obligations, easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves. 2. A public bridleway runs through the grounds of the property. A plan is available to download from our website showing its route together with the proposed diversion discussed with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. 3. A substantial water tank is located underground to the east of the Main Hall. 4. The heating system and pipework have been removed from Netherside Lodge. Energy Performance Asset Rating = D.
Notice has been received from a 3rd party who has made a number of claims regarding rights of access over the property. The relevant correspondence is now contained in the legal pack. The Vendor is unable to verify the validity of those claims and has added a plan to the legal pack showing the position regarding the rights of way. With respect to the plan the Green line shows the right documented within the title deeds. The Blue line is a claimed vehicular right of way (used occasionally instead of the green route). Not withstanding the documented fishing rights contained in the legal pack the Yellow line is a claimed right of way on foot used to drive sheep across the site. Purchasers should satisfy themselves in this regard and the successful bidder buys with full knowledge of these claims. The site is sold subject to a lease in favour of the Environment Agency as detailed within the legal pack. The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of ú1,200 plus VAT, towards the VendorÁs legal costs.
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