Building Plot, Ings Lane, Bradley
Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Commercial and Land
Offside Water's Edge
This fabulous plot is set in a rural canalside position on the edge of the lovely little village of Bradley. The plot is the site of a former coal yard which once served the Leeds Liverpool Canal, but in recent years it has been used for general storage.
The plot is approached from Ings Lane via a short private track along the canalside. This track is also a right of way to the agricultural land beyond the plot.
The plot has full planning permission for a wonderful four bedroom house in keeping with its surroundings. It was designed by Carleton based architect John Wharton with input and guidance from the Canal and River Trust and the local authority’s heritage officer (Craven District Council). This was granted on 10 May 2019, application number 2018/19475/FUL.
The appproved plans have an upside down arrangement. On the ground floor the house will have an entrance hall, bathroom, master bedroom suite, three further bedrooms, integral garage, utility room, and store. On the first floor there will be an open plan living room divided into kitchen, dining, and sitting areas, a cloakroom, and a storage area.
Outside to the front there will be a yard for private parking. To the rear there will be a yard opening into a garden with a separate storeroom. Beyond the garden there is a parcel of agricultural land.
There are moorings adjacent to the plot which are available for sale from the same vendor by separate negotiation.
This plot is for sale by informal tender. Tenders close Wednesday 30th October 2019 at 12 noon. Further details, plans and conditions of sale are available from the agent.