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4 bed Plot property

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Listed Apr 18, 2024

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" Class Q permitted development for barn conversion
To create 4 double bedrooms 3 ensuite luxury residence
Sweeping views over rolling Devon Countryside
Over 275m2 of accommodation when constructed
Approximately 5 acres of adjoining land
Further 3 acres by separate negotiation

The property sits in a rural location approximately 6 miles away from the market town of Holsworthy with an array of recreational and educational facilities, Waitrose supermarket, doctors‘, dentists‘ and veterinary surgeries. The former market town of Okehampton is some 15 miles to the east, with a newly reinstated train station and access to the A30 trunk road which links the cathedral city of Exeter, the M5 motorway network, mainline railway stations serving London Paddington and international airport. In all directions from barn there are beautiful wildlife spots, footpaths & bridleways along the Ruby Way and watersports opportunities on Roadford Lake. To the west is rugged coastline famed for popular family surfing beaches and picturesque former fishing villages, the open expanses of Dartmoor National Park is to the east and is plays host to a number of outdoor activities such as walking, climbing, fishing and horse riding.

Class Q permission has been granted to create an impressive 4 double bedroom 3 ensuite single story luxury dwelling occupying an enviable position. The barn sits in a sheltered position on a generally level 5 acre plot with stunning countryside views over its own land. Positioned in a quiet location on a private no through road, excellent privacy is afforded.

The peaceful and tranquil location remains close to Holsworthy and just 16 miles to the A30 which links to Exeter and further down into Cornwall. Within striking distance of the local town and its amenities, this would make the ideal property for anyone looking to live the good life .

The barn boasts generous proportions, level access and planning permission in place to allow this wonderful barn to be converted into an impressive country residence.

A further 3 acres is available by separate negotiation.

The main section of the building to be converted is a single storey duo pitched precast concrete column framed barn, fabricated by Devon Contractors to their standard form of construction. There are four bays with two columns to each frame. The bays are at 4.6m centres. There are gables to the front and rear walls. Attached to the left side is a single storey mono pitched roof extension with masonry perimeter walls with steel beams fixed to the precast concrete columns. It is proposed to include this extension for conversion within this application. Attached to the right side is a single storey mono pitched roof timber framed extension. It is proposed to remove this extension within this application. Attached to the rear is a single storey steel portal framed building. It is proposed to remove this building within this application.

There is a steel door post to one side of the front vehicular access opening and a precast concrete post to the other side. There is a precast concrete cantilevered wind post within the rear wall.

There is blockwork masonry up to approximately 1.8m above the internal floor level between all the columns and posts. Within the front wall there is close boarded timber above the blockwork and access door. The door is clad with flat galvanised steel sheeting fixed to a steel frame.
Within the right side dividing wall to the right side extension extension to be removed there is painted box profile sheeting above the blockwork.

Within the rear dividing wall to the attached rear building to be removed there is painted box profile sheeting above the blockwork to the right side and close boarded timber to the left side of the wind post. Within the left side dividing wall to the attached left side extension to be retained there is overlap timber boarding above the blockwork masonry.

The roof structure consists of substantial timber trusses. They consist of doubled up 65mm x 175mm timber tie members fixed to the side of 65mm x 250mm timber rafter members. There is a central post with plywood gussets at the apex. The connection between the column and the rafter member of the truss is a galvanised steel angle bracket typical of this form of construction.

The front left and rear dividing to rear steel framed building to be removed walls consist of blockwork masonry. There is a steel clad and framed door within the front wall and timber clad and framed doors within the left side wall. There are 450mm 450mm blockwork masonry piers within the left side wall supporting the steel roof beams. The roof structure consists of 120 65 channel sections fixed with steel brackets to the precast concrete columns and the masonry piers. There are timber purlins at close centres supported and fixed over the top of the beams. The roof is covered with fire cement corrugated sheeting. There is a ground bearing concrete slab throughout the extension.

Planning permission was granted by Torridge District Council under cover of application number 1 0583 2023 AGMB dated 8th August 2023. Prior notification for the change of use of agricultural building to 1no. dwellinghouses and associated building operations under Class Q. A copy of the permission and associated drawing can be viewed on Torridge District Councils website at torridge.gov.uk.

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.

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.

Please note a further 3 acre field adjoining to the north with an established gateway is available by separate negotiation.

Prospective purchasers must verify such availability for themselves. It is believed both electric and water supply is in the general proximity with a private foul drainage scheme planned within its own land.


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Nearby Schools
Ashwater Primary School
Clawton Primary School
Halwill Community Primary School
St Giles-on-the-Heath Community School
Holsworthy Community College
Nearby Stations
Okehampton Station
Sampford Courtenay Station
Gunnislake Station
Calstock Station
Bere Alston Station
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