A range of traditional agricultural barns with planning consent.
The barns lie within the curtilage of the Grade II* Wood Bevington Manor on the north-west corner of the boundary and have the benefit of approved planning permission for conversion into a range of residential homes. It is believed that the barns date back to 1821 when Wood Bevington Manor was remodelled. The three barns extend to 7,995 sq. ft.
Also available by separate negotiation with a guide price of £350,000 is a steel framed Dutch barn set within approximately 1.5 acres of land. Q-Class approval comprising 2 two-storey barn conversions with parking and gardens has been obtained reference 19/02518/COUQ.
Planning consent has been granted for conversion of agricultural buildings into three dwellings with all associated works'. Full details can be found on the Stratford-on-Avon District Planning portal (www.stratford.gov.uk/eplanning) using planning reference number 18/01808/FUL and 18/01809/LBC dated 19/10/2018.
An increasingly rare development opportunity in a lovely rural setting.David Henderson