A desirable re-development opportunity. Best offers midday 31st July 2019.
A rare and highly sought after opportunity comprising a substantial Grade II Listed farmhouse and an extensive range of traditional farm buildings around a central courtyard with planning permission for conversion to three separate residential dwellings.
Lot 1 Village Farmhouse (edged pink on the site plan)
Lying in a conservation area, the farmhouse is of stone construction under a pitch slate covered roof. The house offers various period features including open fireplaces, simple cornicing, four-panel internal doors, built-in cupboards, exposed timber floor boards and shutters. The cellar has original barrel ceiling and brick bins.
About 4,677 sq ft gross internal floor area.
Various traditional outbuildings including attached wash house, pigsty and pair of gardeners' WCs, garaging and stores.
Ample off road parking.
The house is in need of comprehensive modernisation, and offers scope for the conversion of the wash house to an annexe or additional accommodation to the main house, working from home or income stream, subject to the relevant consents.
Gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with hedge and wall boundaries.
About 0.4 acres
Lot 2 Village Farm buildings (edged blue on the site plan)
Extensive range of traditional farm buildings around a courtyard with detailed planning permission for conversion into three separate residential dwellings. See planning permission reference WP/18/00793/FUL.
Currently in all about 6,275 sq ft gross internal floor area.
Predominantly of stone construction with some brick under a pitch slate and corrugated sheet roofs.
A right of way over a farm track will provide access to these farm buildings.
There is a byway across 200m of the access track.
About 0.9 acre.
There is a restrictive covenant in place not to create more than three dwellings out of Lot 2.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
You would be really hard pushed to find an original, yet redundant, Victorian farm with consent to redevelop like this. Hen's teeth come to mind.Nick Rudge