UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
GRADE II LISTED EDWARDIAN COUNTRY HOUSE IN MATURE GROUNDS
TOTAL GIA: 2015.35 M (21,693 SQ FT)
SITE (CIRCA) 1.21 HA (3 ACRES) OR THEREABOUTS.
SCALESCEUGH HALL (INCLUDING DOWER HOUSE), CARLETON, CARLISLE, CA4 0BT
Scalesceugh Hall is located in Carleton, 5 miles south east of Carlisle City Centre.
The surrounding area is principally agricultural with a small element of residential accommodation and farm buildings. Situated 2 miles to the south west is the small village of Wreay offering local amenities.
Vehicular access is via the A6 which leads directly to the M6 (J42), less than 2 miles away to the north.
Penrith is around 18 miles to the south.
The subject premises comprise of a unique opportunity to acquire a substantial Grade II Listed Edwardian country house, mainly built in the early 20th Century with parts dating back to the 17th Century.
Previously operated as a charitable residential care home the premises would lend itself to a variety of uses, subject to the relevant consents.
The main premises are constructed of stone with the accommodation spread over two floors, offering a selection of reception / lounge / dining rooms, bedrooms, bathroom facilities and offices. Furthermore, there is a modern single storey Day Centre located to the rear.
Internally the accommodation offers a wide selection of period features of historical interest.
Scalesceugh Hall offers extensive car parking and is accessed via a private driveway, which is also shared with 5 executive homes which have previously been built to the rear, within the former grounds.
The site as a whole is set within extensive landscaped formal gardens including woodland.
From onsite measurements the following
areas have been calculated (GEA):
Scalesceugh Hall, including Dower House (ground and first floor)
1,582.14 m² (17,030 sq ft)
Day Centre 198.63 m² ( 2,128 sq ft)
Pavilion 164.35 m² ( 1,769 sq ft)
Garages 70.23 m² ( 756 sq ft)
TOTAL 2,015.35 m² (21,693 sq ft)
The site benefits from mains water and electric, with drainage being offered by a private treatment plant. The existing heating is serviced by an oil fired system.
(All interested parties should satisfy themselves with the local service providers).
The subject site and premises have planning permission for the conversion to a 47 bed Residential Care Home with six associated Close Care Cottages to be constructed within the grounds (Renewal of previously approved permission 10/0643). Application reference: 13/0799
Full details relating to the application and associated Section 106 Agreement can be provided upon request.
The client is seeking offers in the region of £875,000, subject to contract, for the freehold interest in the land and buildings
The purchaser will be responsible for any legal / professional / architects / investigation fees together with any VAT thereon incurred in the preparation / offer of acquisition of the building.
Furthermore the purchaser will be responsible for all vendors reasonable legal and surveyors costs incurred in the preparation and completion of the sale
VAT will not be charged for the sale of the site and premises.