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A SUPERBLY LOCATED
PARCEL OF LAND INCLUDING RANGE OF AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS OFFERING EXCELLENT
POTENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT
Rawlings Yard comprises an excellently located parcel of land extending to approximately 1.34 acres of land together with range of agricultural buildings offering over 10,000ft2 of internal accommodation.
The plot is roughly triangular and secured with double gated entrance, suitable for vehicular access. The range of potential offering potential for refurbishment with plans prepared. They lend themselves to agricultural storage and distribution uses and have previously been occupied as storage and repairs for plant and machinery; sawmill and wider agricultural storage.
The site is conveniently positioned and lends itself to potential development, subject to the necessary consents. The site could be suitable for B8 general warehousing and storage uses. However please note that this is an opinion only and strictly subject to planning all necessary consents. Interested parties must make their own enquiries in this regard and in regard to any alternative uses for the property.
Rawlings Yard is likely to appeal to both investors or owner occupiers with the site also benefiting from connections to services including water and electric.
969.7m2 / 10,437ft2
A range of part timber and metal frame buildings with corrugated tin sheet roofs.
Earth floor throughout and open fronted to the gable ends.
The property is located off Welham Road, a short distance from the town centres of Norton and Malton and within a conveniently located position. The land comprises a level site of approximately 1.34-acres and range of agricultural buildings extending to over 10,000ft2.
The land is neighboured by residential properties, set off Lakeside Way and Spring Field Garth and benefits from vehicular and pedestrian access. The site is secured with double gated access and footpath adjoins the property to the southern boundary.
The twinned towns of Norton and Malton are set within 1-mile and offer a range of services and amenities including shops, convenience stores, supermarkets, leisure, recreational and sporting facilities. The town also benefits from educational and health care institutions as well as being well serviced with road and rail links. The train station provides access to Scarborough, York and further afield.
Malton and Norton have seen development or both residential and commercial premises with the towns an economic hub for the area, home to a range of professional services and industries. There are a range of commercial premises situated on the York Road, Showfield Lane, Enterprise Park and Eden Camp industrial estates.
A wide range of amenities can be found within the historic city of York, located approximately 40 miles south-west and provides full range of high-quality services and amenities including mainline train service to London Kings Cross and Edinburgh Waverley in under 2 hours.