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RARE DEVELOPMENT SITE FOR SALE IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

Residential News | Wed 29 Sep 2021
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A prime development site in the Yorkshire Dales village of Horton in Ribblesdale, complete with planning permission for three stunning homes in an idyllic location at the foot of the famous Pen-y-ghent, is for sale with leading estate agent, Dacre, Son & Hartley.

Each home will have a kitchen/diner, living room and cloakroom to the ground floor with three bedrooms and house bathroom on the first floor. The site is subject to a 106 local occupancy clause. Full details of the planning consent can be found on Yorkshire Dales National Park planning portal.

Tom Galloway, from Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Settle office, said: “Development sites with planning permission in the Yorkshire Dales National Park are extremely rare. This is especially true for homes that will ideally suit first time buyers, so this site will appeal to both local building companies and small-scale developers. 

“All the homes will benefit from superb, far-reaching views to the rear and are close to the beautiful Dales village of Horton in Ribblesdale, which is six miles from Settle, and is renowned for being the starting and finishing point for anyone tackling the famous Three Peaks Challenge. It also offers pubs, a café and railway station, with services operating between Carlisle and Leeds. 

“As a result, homes in and around the village are extremely popular and there’s currently very little housing stock for sale in the area, so there’s no doubt these new houses will be highly sought-after.”

The site is for sale with a guide price of £225,000 and further information is available by calling Dacre, Son & Hartley’s Settle office on 01729 823921.
 

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