Savills | White House Farm, Stokesley, Middlesbrough | Properties for sale
2.10 to 2.10 Ac(0.85 to 0.85 Ha)
Price on application

White House FarmStokesley, Middlesbrough


    Key features

    • Excellent residential development opportunity in North Yorkshire
    • Outline planning consent for 25 dwellings
    • 2.1 acres (0.84 hectares)
    • Desirable and sought-after Market Town location
    • Sealed Informal Tenders sought by noon Monday 16th November 2020

    Square shaped site which is brownfield in nature and currently accommodates a number of agricultural buildings.

    About this property

    • The site is bounded by undeveloped land to the east, agricultural land to the south and west, and Taylor Wimpey’s Stokesley Grange development to the north which accommodates a mix of executive three, four and five bed properties. The wider area comprises a range of residential and agricultural land uses.

    Local information

    • White House Farm is located on Westlands to the south west of Stokesley, a sought-after Market Town in the Hambleton District of North Yorkshire. Stokesley is located less than 10 miles south of Middlesbrough
    • and is a gateway settlement between the North York Moors National Park to the south and the conurbation of Teesside to the north. Road access to the settlement is provided from the A172 which provides direct
    • connectivity to the A19 to the west.
    • Stokesley is well located in regards to various local walking trails, the North Sea Coastline which is a short drive to the east, and ‘Roseberry Topping’, a popular rock formation that provides panoramic views across
    • the region. Retail services in the town are provided from High Street which is characterised by attractive Georgian and Victorian properties having representation from a number of national and independent retailers.

    Additional information

    • The site benefits from outline planning consent for the development of 25 residential homes, inclusive of 30% onsite affordable homes (planning reference 19/02101/OUT). Other than the requirement of affordable housing, there are no off-site contributions associated with the Section 106 document that has been agreed with Hambleton District Council.
    • The outline planning consent includes an indicative only layout plan which shows how a potential housing scheme may be plotted on site. There is no prescriptive housing mix defined within the approved S106, nor has the location of the required open space been fixed, providing developers with design flexibility at Reserve Matters stage. As part of the approved outline consent, all matters have been reserved, other than access to the site.
    • The site presents developers with a rare opportunity to deliver a high quality housing scheme in a sustainable and sought-after location of North Yorkshire.