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Offers in the Region of £215,000

Grange Farm Barn, Edgerley, Oswestry, SY10 8EP

  • 4
  • An attractive dev. opportunity
  • Traditional brick/stone barn
  • Planning consent for residential
  • Livestock sheds & Grazing land
  • Unspoilt farmland setting
  • IN ALL ABOUT 3.71 ACRES

An interesting and most attractive development opportunity to acquire a traditional detached barn with full planning consent for conversion into a residential dwelling, with livestock sheds and grazing land in an unspoilt setting and lovely views. IN ALL ABOUT 3.71 ACRES.

DIRECTIONS

From Shrewsbury take the A5 north towards Oswestry, Upon reaching the Felton Butler roundabout, take the third exit signposted for Great Ness. After a short distance, take the left hand turning signposted Wilcott. Continue over the bridge for approximately 2.3 miles, upon reaching Edgerley and the field entrance gate will be seen on the right before a turning to Kinnerley/ Royal Hill. The barn is set well back across a field.

SITUATION

Grange Farm Barn is situated in an unspoilt rural locality, set amidst farmland with wonderful views and a popular locality for those interested in equestrian pursuits, requiring good riding out opportunities. The nearby villages of Nesscliffe and Kinnerley provide some basic amenities including primary schools, pub (Nesscliffe only) and a shop. The property is also well placed for access to either Shrewsbury with its excellent shopping centre, social and leisure facilities, together with rail service or alternatively Oswestry which is a thriving market town with a busy shopping centre and trading estates. There are a good selection of both state and private schools in the area, whilst commuters have access to a number of commercial centres including Telford and there onto Birmingham, or alternatively via Oswestry are Wrexham and Chester.

Set around the Barn is ample space for generous sized gardens and parking, together with a new proposed private access driveway. In addition, there is an existing and extensive agricultural livestock building, extending to approx 12,422 sq ft. This may provide an opportunity for conversion to equestrian use, workshop and storage or could simply be demolished - subject to any necessary planning consents for changes.

DESCRIPTION

Grange Farm Barn offers a rare opportunity in today's market to acquire a substantial and traditional period barn, built of brick and stone, having the benefit of full planning consent for conversion to one dwelling. The proposed accommodation extends to approximately 2,441 Sq. Ft. (internal area) and would provide the following accommodation over two floors: Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Study, Open Plan Kitchen and Breakfast Room - the majority with vaulted ceilings - 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bath/Shower Rooms and a Utility Room. There is also a proposed ancillary external store, which is attached to the Barn.

THE LAND

This is located immediately adjacent to the south and east of the Barn and provides pasture land, which could easily be sub divided as required and offers good opportunities for equestrian enthusiasts and other such livestock users.THE WHOLE EXTENDS TO APPROX 3.71 ACRES (1.50 Ha)

OPTIONAL PADDOCK

In addition to the aforementioned land there is an additional parcel of land extending to approximately 0.47 Acre (0.19 Ha) positioned adjacent to the proposed new driveway and may be available subject to separate negotiation.

PLANNING CONSENT

Full planning consent was granted by Shropshire Council (Ref No: 17/05248/FUL) for 'conversion of Barn to 1 no. Dwelling. Installation of package treatment plant' and dated 24 April 2018. In addition, full planning consent was granted for 'formation of vehicular access including improvement of farm access to serve the barn conversion' (Ref No: 18/04866/FUL) dated 26 February 2019. Copies of planning documents and plans can be viewed on the Shropshire Council Planning Portal https://www.shropshire.gov.uk/planning/applications/viewing-planning-applications.

SERVICES

It is understood that mains electricity and water are available close by and any necessary easement over retained land of the current owner will be provided upon request. Foul drainage is understood to be to a new private treatment plan.

RIGHTS OF WAY/EASEMENTS

The property will be sold subject to wayleaves, easements, public or private rights of way, covenants and all outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

BOUNDARIES

The Purchaser(s) will be responsible for the fencing off of any party boundaries currently unfenced.

VIEWINGS

Viewings strictly by appointment with Halls, 2 Barker Street, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1QJ. Tel: 01743 236444. E: shrewsbury@hallsgb.com. VIEWERS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED AND SHOULD PARK IN THE PROPOSED NEW ACCESS GATEWAY. VIEWERS SHOULD WAIT FOR A MEMBER OF HALLS STAFF TO ESCORT THEM AROUND THE PROPERTY, AS LIVESTOCK IS LIKELY TO BE GRAZING THE LAND.

Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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