Character House or Residential Development Property
Newby Demesne is a 5 bedroom landmark property in the Scottish baronial style in need of full renovation work. There is an annexe for potential extension or conversion plus barns with planning and listed building consent to convert to 3 number 2 & 3 bed houses plus consent for a detached 3 bed single storey dwelling. This is an excellent residential development but would also make an impressive private house with buildings and the option to purchase up to 1.66 acres (0.67 ha) approx of adjoining grazing land. This is a quiet rural village situation accessible to the City of Carlisle and the M6 with views to the south over agricultural land and the River Irthing.
Newby Demesne is situated to the east of the City of Carlisle in the rural village of Newby East and a short distance from the villages of Warwick Bridge and Low Crosby. The property is however readily accessible to the City of Carlisle, the M6 and Brampton together with the many surrounding villages. Access is onto a minor classified road in the village centre and for directions please see the Location Plans or for sat nav use CA4 8QX with the entrance by the telephone box.
Newby Demesne is a local landmark property and listed building needing full renovation works comprising a grand farmhouse with annexe and buildings and has potential for restoration to a fine family dwelling with buildings and land or for a residential development of the site to include the barns and a detached building plot.
The Scottish Baronial style tower and house has views to the south over the River Irving close to its junction with the River Eden. In addition to this property there is additional land available for sale by further negotiation as described under “optional land” and as shown blue on the Sale Plan. The site area is approx 0.89 ac (0.36 ha).
Planning consent has been obtained dated the 11th October 2017 for the conversion of two barns into three dwellings and change of use of a paddock to garden. Listed building consent was also obtained dated the 11th October 2017 for the development. In addition planning consent has been obtained to demolish a hay barn and for the construction of a new build dwelling adjacent to the farmsteading. The cottage is proposed to be a single storey three bedroom dwelling and the barns converted to a semi-detached three bedroom and semi-detached two bedroom units together with a detached three bedroom unit. The house is a listed building described as Newby Demesne Farmhouse and adjoining outbuilding. The listing states that it is probably mid 19th Century and built by Thomas Henry Graham of Edmond Castle of hammer dressed red sandstone with Welsh slate and yellow brick chimney stacks. It is built in the Scottish Baronial style with a two and a half story tower and a two storey extension to include corbelled battlement head parapet with crow-stepped gables. Further information is available online from Historic England. The front screen wall and gazebo are also Listed separately. The Plans provided are for guidance only courtesy of Abacus Building Design.Full details available from Carlisle City Council under planning reference 17/0695, 17/0696 and 17/0697
The access of the public highway leads to a part cobbled yard or courtyard with areas to the rear of the buildings and a garden area around the house. The site extends to around 0.89 acres (0.36 ha). Note: The Dutch barn and a metal clad lean-to on the west range will be removed by the vendors and a fence will be erected around the electricity sub station.
Around 1.66 acres (0.67 hectares) of adjoining grazing land is available for sale by further negotiation as a whole or in part. The purchaser will be responsible for erecting and maintaining stockproof boundaries to the additional land which is shown coloured blue on the Sale Plan. Point A and B will be demonstrated on viewing (point A is situated approximately 12m to the north of the northern gate stoop to the field and point B approximately 8m from an open drain and 26m from the centre of the pylon line). The land will be accessed from the adjoining Newby Demesne site although we understand there is a former gateway on the roadside that subject to any required highways consent, could possibly be opened up. Please note that an electricity pylon line crosses the optional land.