Offers Over £100,0003 Bedrooms 1 Reception Room
Hallgarth Hill Building Plot, Cotherstone
• Sizeable building plot in village location • Stunning views • Planning to create large 3 bedroom dormer bungalow with extensive gardens • Desirable village location • Planning reference DM/15/02095/FPA
Cotherstone is a much favoured Teesdale village supporting a traditional range of amenities including post office/stores, two public houses, church, chapel and primary school. It has two village greens and comprises an interesting variety of houses and cottages.
The nearby historic town of Barnard Castle provides a broader range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities and is often referred to as the gateway to Teesdale. There are many renowned beauty spots close at hand, beyond which can be found the delights of North Yorkshire, Weardale, the Lake District, Northumberland and the East Coast.
For the commuter the A66, A67 and A1 (M) provide links with the major commercial centres of the North East. Darlington Mainline Railway Station and Durham Tees Valley International Airport offer further communications with the rest of the country.
Plans provide for an executive three bedroom dormer bungalow in this secluded yet accessible village location with the principle accommodation including large master bedroom suite with dressing room and en suite and ground floor having good sized kitchen complemented by utility and a separate WC together with extensive living space spanning the full depth of the ground floor enjoying views out over the grounds and beyond over open countryside.
It is understood that main water electricity and gas are available close by for connection of supply.
The planning reference for the site is DM/15/02095/FPA and all plans and application information is available for download on the Durham County Council Planning portal.
Access is off Hallgarth Hill Lane which is understood to be an adopted highway.
The site is clearly marked out with pegs to the southern boundary while the other boundaries are already in situ being the boundaries for the neighbouring properties.
From the centre of Barnard Castle proceed down The Bank and over County Bridge bearing around to the right. Proceed through Lartington and into Cotherstone. Travel past the Fox and Hounds on the left hand side (in an elevated position) and take the next right hand turn on to Hallgarth Hill. Follow the lane for approximately 200 meters an the entrance to the plot is found on the right hand side identified by a George F. White for sale board.