HEALTH & SAFETY RISK
All viewings are conducted entirely at viewers own risk. Please take great care if you choose to climb over the gate to inspect the property. This gate is kept locked at all times and will not be opened.
This Former Toilet Block is superbly situated next to Aysgarth Falls. The building is accessed from the public highway down some steps which leads to a concrete plinth/decking area. Extreme care should be taken if you do inspect the building as there is NO safety barrier at the end of this plinth. Aysgarth is an extremely popular dales village with a wealth of local amenities, set behind St Andrews Medieval Church.
This is a superb opportunity to purchase a unique property which is situated in an unrivalled position overlooking Aysgarth Falls. It comprises a former toilet block extending to 100 square feet approx which offers scope for a variety of uses, subject to planning.
Size is 2.25m x 3.5m approx
It may perhaps be of interest to an artist or photographer in view of its strategic position in front of the falls or indeed a small studio for musicians who may be inspired by this unique riverside location. The building would also be a great store for local cottages who may be short on space.
The property includes the concrete apron built onto the rock and provides a great viewing platform for the falls. It could be secured with railing to provide a super small terraced garden.
There will never be a better opportunity to buy such an affordable and unique property, particularly if you are “well flushed”. A real hidden gem.
By appointment with Robin Jessop Ltd – (01969) 622800 / (01677) 425950.
Block viewings are at specific times by prior confirmed appointment and will normally last for around 20 minutes. Our viewing Agents have tight schedules and potential buyers arriving late will only have limited viewing time.
Prospective buyers view all lots entirely at their own risk and neither the Auctioneers or the Sellers take responsibility for any damage or injury, however caused. It is advisable to wear appropriate footwear and clothing as some buildings, particularly those for refurbishment, may have uneven floors or even missing floorboards