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BARN CONVERSION, Off Low Street, Glemsford,, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 7QF

£350,000

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BARN CONVERSION
The Barn offers the opportunity to purchase a steel framed building with prior approval for conversion into two four bedroom family homes, set within 0.33 hectares (0.82 acres) on the edge of farmland with views across adjoining countryside.

For sale as a whole by Private Treaty.

The building is of steel portal framed construction with grain walling and fibre cement cladding and a fibre cement pitched roof. The building is currently utilised as a general agricultural store divided into two sections with sliding doors on the southern elevation. The building measures 23m x 15.9m with a total footprint of 365sqm (approx. 3,930sqft).

Access to The Barn is off Low Street via a track which is classified as a bridleway.
The Barn is set withi…

BARN CONVERSION
The Barn offers the opportunity to purchase a steel framed building with prior approval for conversion into two four bedroom family homes, set within 0.33 hectares (0.82 acres) on the edge of farmland with views across adjoining countryside.

For sale as a whole by Private Treaty.

The building is of steel portal framed construction with grain walling and fibre cement cladding and a fibre cement pitched roof. The building is currently utilised as a general agricultural store divided into two sections with sliding doors on the southern elevation. The building measures 23m x 15.9m with a total footprint of 365sqm (approx. 3,930sqft).

Access to The Barn is off Low Street via a track which is classified as a bridleway.
The Barn is set within 0.33 hectares (0.82 acres) with an area of hard standing to the south of the Barn, a small area of scrub to the east and agricultural land surrounding the Barn to the north, west and south.


DETAILED DESCRIPTION

BARN CONVERSION
The Barn offers the opportunity to purchase a steel framed building with prior approval for conversion into two four bedroom family homes, set within 0.33 hectares (0.82 acres) on the edge of farmland with views across adjoining countryside.

For sale as a whole by Private Treaty.

The building is of steel portal framed construction with grain walling and fibre cement cladding and a fibre cement pitched roof. The building is currently utilised as a general agricultural store divided into two sections with sliding doors on the southern elevation. The building measures 23m x 15.9m with a total footprint of 365sqm (approx. 3,930sqft).
Access to The Barn is off Low Street via a track which is classified as a bridleway.
The Barn is set within 0.33 hectares (0.82 acres) with an area of hard standing to the south of the Barn, a small area of scrub to the east and agricultural land surrounding the Barn to the north, west and south.

Prior approval for the change of use and conversion of the agricultural building to two dwelling houses was approved in July 2018 under the Schedule 2 Part 3 Class Q of the Town & Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (England) Order 2015 by Babergh District Council. Planning Ref: DC/18/02816.
Further details, including elevation drawings of the proposed dwellings are available from the Babergh District Council website or the selling agents.

Three Phase electricity is connected to the building and a water pipe crosses the property, but is not connected.

Plans, Areas and Schedules

These have been prepared as carefully as possible based on Ordnance Survey data. The plans are published for illustrative purposes only and although they are believed to be correct, their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights, including Rights of Way, whether public of private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights, easements, quasi easements, and all wayleaves whether referred to or not in these particulars.

Strictly by appointment with Brown & Co. Please contact William Hosegood on 01284 731460 or William.hosegood@brown-co.com or Simone Skinner on 01284 731461 or simone.skinner@brown-co.com
or Joint Selling Agent, David Burr. Please contact Nick Mills on 01787 277811 or nick@davidburr.co.uk.


LOCATION


The property is situated to the north-east of the village of Glemsford, which lies north-west of the town of Sudbury and south of the town of Bury St Edmunds in the county of Suffolk.
The small market town of Sudbury is located on the River Stour near the Essex border and offers a range of facilities including supermarkets, restaurants, shopping, leisure centre and schools.










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