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Kivells - Bude Estate Agent in EX23 8JL
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Modern 0 bed Plot property

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Listed Feb 24, 2024
£450,000
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" Barn with Class Q permission for 5 dwellings Total site circa 1.68 acres 3 x 2 bedroom and 2 x 3 bedroom residential properties Stunning rural location between Ashwater and Halwill Views over surrounding countryside and forestry Excellent potential for redesign and betterment


SITUATION
The nearby village of Ashwater, just over a mile away, is centred around its traditional green which is bordered at one end by a popular local Inn and at the other side a historic Parish Church. Amenities include a community Shop Post Office, nearby Primary School and Village Hall.

Holsworthy has an excellent range of professional services, shops including a Waitrose supermarket, leisure amenities, schools and a weekly pannier and livestock markets. The popular seaside resort of Bude on the North Cornish coast is some 16 miles and Launceston and the A30 is some 9 miles.

The surrounding area has much to see and do with the likes of Roadford Lake and vast expanses of Dartmoor National Park within easy reach.

DESCRIPTION
A class Q barn development opportunity with planning permission to create a courtyard of 5 residential dwellings.
This is comprised of 2 x 3 bedroom properties and 3 x 2 bedroom properties. The barn is located in a stunning elevated rural position between the two popular villages of Halwill and Ashwater.

Although the barn has been passed for residential development for 5 attached properties, this could be greatly enhanced with a full planning application to split the properties subject to the required permissions being in place .

This south facing site presents a wonderful opportunity to add significant value for the right experienced developer.

THE SITE
The site is approached from an unclassified road to a yard which sits to the north of the buildings. To the west is Rowan Park Farm and there is a small gap between the hedge of Rowan Park Farm and the farm building itself, gated and no longer in use.

To the rear of the building south and slightly below the height of the building is a field of pasture. The land slopes from north to south quite gently and the height of the building internally tends to follow the lie of the land.

THE BARN
The building is a large, modern steel framed building with external walls formed from vertical and horizontal timber cladding, beneath a roof covering of corrugated fibre cement sheets or asbestos sheeting . The northern elevation, facing the highway, provides the main means of access to the building, with the timber cladding only coming partially across the elevation from the roof.

A number of agricultural gates provide enclosure. This is also the case in relation to the southern elevation, however the timber cladding extends much further down the elevation, to meet the agricultural gates. The eastern and western elevations are entirely enclosed by timber boarding.

Internally the building is divided into bays by a number of agricultural gates. The building s structure is also visible, with numerous steel supporting columns evident. The roof structure can also be viewed, with steel frame and timber purlins.

The building is sited within close proximity to an existing hedgerow on its western edge. To the north of the building, between it and the public highway, is a large area of concrete hardstanding. A mature hedgerow separates the site from the public highway to the north. Vehicular access is provided at the site s north western corner.

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
The submitted plans show that the building would be converted to form five dwellings, three of which would have a floor space just below 100m?. The two other dwellings would have a floorspace of 174.92m? and 175.27m?.

The lean to section of the building at the western end would be demolished, as would a section of the building within the southern part of the building

PLANNING PERMISSION
The Barn has permission for change of use to a dwelling under application number 1 1118 2022 AGMB. An important condition of the permission is that the property must be completed before the expiration of 3 years from 22nd December 2022.

LAND PLAN & DRAWINGS
The land plan is based on ordnance survey extracts, and the areas are not guaranteed and purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy. The architect drawings are for indicative purposes only.

BOUNDARIES
Any purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither vendor nor the vendor‘s agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or the ownership thereof. Should any dispute arise as the boundaries or any points on the particulars or plans or the interpretation of them, the question shall be referred to the vendors agent whose decision acting as experts shall be final.

SERVICES
It is considered that mains electricity and water is available in the vicinity and private drainage is proposed within the planning consent. Prospective purchasers must verify such availability for themselves.

DIRECTIONS
From Holsworthy proceed on the A388 Launceston road for approximately 3 miles and upon reaching Clawton turn left. After 1.5 miles, upon reaching the ‘T‘ junction at Sprys Shop, turn right. Continue on this and after about 1 3rd of a mile take the left hand turning signed Halwill. Stay on this road for about 1.25 miles and the entrance to the barn will be found on the right hand side with a Kivells ‘For Sale‘ notice clearly displayed.

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VIEWINGS
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LOCATION
The nearby village of Ashwater, just over a mile away, is centred around its traditional green which is bordered at one end by a popular local Inn and at the other side a historic Parish Church. Amenities include a community Shop Post Office, nearby Primary School and Village Hall.

The nearby market town of Holsworthy has an excellent range of professional services, shops including a Waitrose supermarket, leisure amenities, schools and a weekly pannier and livestock markets. The popular seaside resort of Bude on the North Cornish coast is some 16 miles and Launceston and the A30 is some 9 miles.

The surrounding area has much to see and do with the likes of Roadford Lake and vast expanses of Dartmoor National Park within easy reach. "

Property Location

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Nearby Schools
Ashwater Primary School
2.3mi
Clawton Primary School
2.6mi
Halwill Community Primary School
3.1mi
Bradford Primary School
4.1mi
Holsworthy Community College
4.4mi
Nearby Stations
Okehampton Station
12.6mi
Sampford Courtenay Station
15.1mi
Gunnislake Station
17.9mi
Portsmouth Arms Station
19.1mi
Calstock Station
19.2mi
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