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Euxley Farm Barns Outwoods Newport TF10 9EB
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- Exciting Rural Development Opportunity
- Two Traditional Brick and Tiled Barns with Planning Consent to Residential Conversion
- Option to Purchase Adjoining Paddock Land
- Pleasant Rural Setting
- Ease of Access to M54, M6 and M6 Toll
Tenure: FreeholdAGENTíS NOTE
These two barns are located on the edge of the picturesque hamlet of Outwoods, near Newport and offers purchasers the opportunity to create a unique development of two residential dwellings in a pleasant rural setting.
Planning consent was obtained in September 2006 under Reference No: 06/06846/FUL by Graham Perry, Architects of Uttoxeter with consent awarded by Stafford Borough Council. Consent provides for the conversion of the barns into two detached dwellings, of approximately 2,300 sq ft and 2,000 sq ft (including garaging) respectively (based on gross internal area). Full details of the planning consent are available at the offices of Stafford Borough Council, and the offices of Hinson Parry & Co at Eccleshall.
The Hamlet of Outwoods is located approximately 2 miles to the east of the market town of Newport to the south of the A518 and Aqualate Park.
Good highway access is therefore available along the A518 to Stafford, the A519 to Eccleshall, the A41 to Market Drayton and Whitchurch beyond and to Telford lying approximately 9 miles to the south west.
The M54 and M6 and M6 Toll Road are also within relatively easy journey of Outwoods.
Heading West on the A518 from Stafford, proceed through Gnosall towards Telford. Immediately prior to Aqualate Park which lies on the right hand side, turn left past Coley Mill towards the hamlet of Outwoods. Proceed under the former railway bridge and turn right on entering Outwoods, proceed down the lane and the road bends sharply to the left, turn right into Euxley Farm drive. A location plan is provided at the rear of the PDF version of these Particulars of Sale.
The barns offer the opportunity to convert two detached barns into two residential units. They offer in the region of 4,300 sq ft of gross internal area (approximately) with the approximate dimensions of each unit as follows:
Unit 1 2,300 sq ft
Unit 2 2,000 sq ft
The salient points of the planning application Decision Notice are attached to the rear of the PDF version of these Particulars of Sale. Purchasers will be deemed to have read and perused the file at the offices of Stafford Borough Council and to have satisfied themselves that they are happy with all the conditions and information contained therein.
Access to the barns will be via the farm drive which will remain in the ownership of the vendors but with a right of access to the barns. The site plan attached to the rear of the PDF version of these particulars show this access coloured brown. The vendor will then retain a right of way for himself (and successors in Title) to maintain vehicular access to his remaining agricultural building beyond. This retained right of way is shown coloured yellow with the land to be sold coloured edged green on plan 1 attached.
Plan 2 attached to the PDF version of these Particulars of Sale shows land coloured edged red which is the extent of the area for which planning consent has been obtained.
We are instructed that the vendor may be prepared to sell some additional land with the barns. An additional 2 acres may be available either by way of "an option to purchase" within a 12 month period starting with completion of contracts or by way of purchase at the same time as the barns.
2 Acres would be made available with a guide price of £20,000 per acre.
Mains water is supplied to the existing farmstead. The purchaser of the barns will be responsible for installing a new water pipe from the mains supply and the vendor will allow reasonable access and permit an easement for the passage of services along the retained driveway to the barns.
We believe the property is available freehold with vacant possession upon completion. It will be necessary for the purchaser of the barns to construct a brick wall to an agreed specification along the point A - B on the plan attached to the PDF version of these particulars to act as a boundary between the barns and Euxley Farm.
Stafford Borough Council, Civic offices, Riverside, Stafford. Telephone: 01785 619000.
Central Networks West, 234 Victoria Road, Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
Strictly by appointment through the Agents.
Offers in the region of £365,000
PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1993: PLANS SCHEDULES AND DETAILS
The plans included within these particulars are for identification purposes only and their accuracy can neither be guaranteed nor is implied. All intending purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the statements made and the opinions offered.
Hinson Parry & Company for themselves and for the vendors of this property whose agents they are give notice (1) The Particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of offer or contract. (2) All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permission for use and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending purchaser should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. (3) No person in the employment of Hinson Parry & Company has any authority to make or give a representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
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