Station Road, Cumwhinton, Carlisle
A rare opportunity to purchase a sandstone cottage with attached barn, gardens, driveway and garage in this highly sought after location in the ever popular village of Cumwhinton. There is also development potential with outlining planning permission and a further 12 acres of land.
Offered to the market with no ongoing chain, Station View is a most appealing, traditional sandstone cottage, in need of some updating, and with an attached barn offers great scope for extension and development or, with the necessary permissions, the potential to split into two smaller dwellings.
The additional 12 acres of land are accessible through a traditional 5 bar gate and the 3 fields are all fully connected.
Outlining planning permission has also recently been granted for the erection of 3 new dwellings however certain restrictions apply and costings would need to be carefully looked into with the relevant professional bodies.
Please note. A public footpath crosses the land and our client will require an ongoing easement to access the fields to the rear from the roadside.
The village itself located just 4 miles south east of Carlisle city centre and has excellent access to the A6 and M6 at Junction 42 as well as the amenities of Carlisle and the surrounding villages.
The area benefits from a regular bus service and the nearest train station is less than 3 miles away. The property also falls within the catchment area for the popular Cumwhinton Primary School.
Mains gas, electricity and drainage.
Gas fired boiler provides domestic hot water and supplies radiators.
Please note the land included for the sale cannot be re-sold for garden plots to any of the adjacent properties and must remain agricultural land.
The seller has inserted a 30% claw back clause of the eventual sale price of each new property.
From junction 42 of the M6, follow the signs to Cumwhinton which is approximately 1 mile, drive through the village, past the turning for Cotehill, past the village shop on your left and as the road narrows the property is on your right. Alternatively from the A69, through Warwick Bridge then take the left hand turn for Wetheral and Cumwhinton just after the bridge (taking care not to take the first one for Cumwhitton) follow the road through Wetheral and then a further mile along the road enter Cumwhinton, over the railway bridge and up a small incline and the property is at the top on your right.
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