An exciting opportunity to develop a beautifully situated small development within a small and attractive Cumbrian Village. The Yorkshire Dales National Park Planning Authority has granted planning permission for 5 Local Occupancy dwellings. The properties will boast views over the rolling hills tow
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Planning Authority has granted planning permission for 5 Local Occupancy dwellings. Further details are available from the agents. Application number A/02/7A with the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority. Four of these are 4 bedroomed properties with one 3 Bedroom. The properties are to be roofed in natural blue/grey slate, with the walls to be finished in local natural stone. The properties will boast views over the rolling hills towards the picturesque Yorkshire Dales. Prior to completion the vendor will remove two of the modern agricultural buildings to the Eastern side of the site, the remainder of the buildings will be sold as seen. There is a Local Occupancy restriction imposed on the development, further details are available from the agents. Crosby Garrett is a hamlet and civil parish in the Eden District of Cumbria, England. It was formerly in the county of Westmorland. Above the stunning Lune Valley it commands beautiful views all around. The Settle to Carlisle Railway goes through the boundary of the village, across the stunning Crosby Garrett viaduct, unfortunately the station it once had, succumbed under railway cuts in 1952. It is equidistant between Kendal and Penrith both being about 22 miles by car. Independent shops and numerous Inns, Cafes and Restaurants in the nearby town of Kirkby Stephen which is only 3.9 miles away.