- FOR SALE BY ONLINE AUCTION
- 27TH SEPTEMBER 2022
- 16th Century Country House
- 15th Century Listed Chapel
- Steel Portal Framed Agricultural Building
- 5.93 acres
- Work required
About this property
Unusual opportunity to acquire a 16th Century timber framed house, Listed Grade II as a property of architectural and historic interest being divided into two with a self-contained one-bedroom annexe and well-arranged accommodation on two floors.
In addition there is a 15th Century Listed Grade II Chapel and a steel portal framed agricultural building all set in 2.403 hectares (5.938 acres).
The property will be of interest to a number of different buyers looking to acquire a house with potential, as it could be suitable for a number of purposes, subject to the necessary planning consent being forthcoming.
The property is approached from the public highway onto a private driveway which leads up to the house which benefits from pleasant gardens to the front and rear. The chapel is located to the rear of the house.
The house itself is in very poor order but it is a magnificent property that would make a fine family home either with or without the annexe, which could easily be incorporated into St Bartholomews.
The photographs included within the Sale Auction Particulars identify the beauty of the house and the chapel at the rear and there is further information available from the auctioneers relating to the property here which is available upon request.
Planning Matters: The property benefit from planning application B/13/00872 - Partial demolition and alterations to St Bartholomew's Priory Barn following a fire. Alterations and improvements to St Bartholomew's Farmhouse; addition of a conservatory to farmhouse together with linked terrace and retaining wall. Erection of garage, cart lodge, shed, and ancillary studio/office. Repairing of plinth boundary wall, iron fence and gates. Alterations to farmhouse to provide habitable accommodation on site. St Bartholomews Priory, St Bartholomews Lane, Sudbury, CO10 1XP with works having commenced on 11th November 2016.
On discussion with Babergh Mid Suffolk District Council we understand development work commenced in November 2016, but it will be for any prospective purchaser to satisfy themselves that this is the case and that the consent is still in place and has not lapsed.
Further information can be found here:
(1) The property will be subject to an overage. Further details will be found within the legal pack.
(2) Historic England have confirmed that the property is subject to grant conditions until 16th November 2025, namely in respect of Public Access: (14.01) The Grant Recipient must arrange for the general public to have access to the Site as set out in the Public Access Requirements. (14.02) The Grant Recipient must erect and maintain a notice in an agreed position, clearly displaying the opening arrangements. (14.03) Confirmation of opening dates, times and arrangements must be provided to English Heritage by the Grant Recipient annually, and promptly on request. A list of opening dates, times and arrangements at grant aided properties and photographs, provided by the Grant Recipient or taken by English Heritage, may be published by English Heritage on its website and in commercial directories. (14.04) Disposal of the property by sale or lease without the written consent of English Heritage may result in non-compliance of clauses 14.01 and 14.02.
Solicitor: Birketts (Attn Mark Beaton), Kingfisher House, 1 Gilders Way, Norwich, NR3 1UB. Tel. 01603 756403
The property is located in the north of Sudbury which is situated in South Suffolk, 16 miles north of Colchester and 17 miles south of Bury St Edmunds.
Access to the property is off Clermont Avenue/Head Way, adjacent to the A134 which provides good access links to the wider area.
The property is bordered by residential development to the east, south and west, with the A134 to the north.
Coming north from Colchester, follow the A134 through Sudbury and then take the first exit off Tesco roundabout. Proceed along Clermont Avenue for approximately 350 yards and the property entrance will be on your right hand side.
Coming south from Bury St Edmunds, follow the A134 until you reach Sudbury and take the third exit off the Tesco roundabout. Proceed along Clermont Avenue for approximately 350 yards and the property entrance will be on your right hand side.
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