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- Of interest to self builders and developers.
- A rare opportunity to self build an individual family home in the Ribble Valley.
- Four / Five bedrooms set over three floors with open plan design.
- Contemporary with lots of natural light.
- Private grounds and gardens with garages.
- Convenient location for commuting and for schooling.
A rare opportunity for self builders or developers to construct one or more substantial dwellings in a popular and desirable Ribble Valley location.
Malt Kiln Paddock is a development site which lies in an elevated and quiet position in the village of Chipping. The site consists of 4 plots and one existing 3 bedroom cottage which require refurbishment. The plots have superb long distance views, large gardens and the houses are of a contemporary design.
Planning consent for the site has been approved alongside the redevelopment of Kirk Mill which has consent for a new Hotel, Spa and Wedding venue. The planned houses are set over 3 storeys with 4 - 5 bedrooms and modern open plan living accomodation at ground level .
Further details available upon request.
The site is accessed from Malt Kiln Lane a short distance from the centre of the village. The proposed development forms part of a larger scheme for redevelopment of a nearby Mill to form a hotel with holiday cottages, wedding venue, bar, restaurant and Spa. Under planning appeal APP/T2350/W/15/3119224 - Land at Malt Kiln Brow, Chipping, Lancashire PR3 2GP & APP/T2350/Y/15/3119225 - Land at Malt Kiln Brow, Chipping, Lancashire PR3 2GP. Further details upon request.
The proposed development site consists of 4 houses of a contemporary three storey design orientated to take in the best of the elevated site position and the rural views.
3 of the plots are four bedroom houses and the 4th is a five bedroom design.
Plot 1 - 4 Beds - 2050 sqft
Plot 2 - 4 Beds - 1985 sqft
Plot 3 - 4 Beds - 1985 sqft
Plot 4 - 5 Beds - 2840 sqft
The new houses have modern open plan living space at ground floor level which opens directly onto the gardens and has lots of natural light from substantial windows and glazed walls.
The accommodation of each property is different but briefly comprises spacious entrance hall with large cloak room and W.C , substantial living rooms with view towards gardens, to the rear of the property. superb open plan kitchen/dining family room with separate utility room. To the first floor there are double bedrooms and house bathrooms, in all there is a master bedroom with en suite and dressing area. To the second floor there are additional bedrooms. All are orientated towards the countryside views. There are garages within the plots and substantial gardens and grounds to be landscaped.
The appearance of the property is contemporary but appropriate to the setting. The houses are to be finished in stone and the roof is to be natural slate.
Malt Kiln cottage sits at the bottom of the site, and is larger than expected. In need of refurbishment the cottage has three good sized bedrooms and a house bathroom, two reception rooms and a dining kitchen. The property has gardens to the front and rear and a separate single garage.
Price upon application for each plot, the cottage or for the site as a whole.
Chipping Village is known to be at least 1,000 years old and is mentioned in the Domesday Book. It lies on the south-western edge of the ancient Forest of Bowland abutting the civil parish of Bowland-with-Leagram.
The village has a vibrant community and benefits from a wealth of amenities and activities such as Farm Shop, church and primary school as well as pubs and shops. More recently famous for cheese production the village has an annual agricultural show and a Stem Fayre. There are some excellent schools in the area and Stonyhurst college is a short drive away.
The nearest town is Longridge is a small market town situated 5 miles to the South West. Longridge is close to Preston 8 miles East of the city. The town is the local centre of the rural farming community and has a mixture of shops, supermarkets, schools and service businesses, which thrive in this energetic environment.