Land for saleThe Old Coach House, Bellamour Old Hall, Colton, Rugeley
Guide Price £430,000
- Extensive former coach house with planning permission to convert to residential dwelling
- Set within context of 1.8 acres surrounded by fields
- Site includes historic former Bellamour Hall
- Approx 4,400 sq ft accommodation with immense potential
The sale of Bellamour Old Hall and Coach House is a unique opportunity to acquire a historic country residence set on the fringe of the hamlet of Bellamour, surrounded by open countryside, lying just north of the village of Colton.
The property is within access of Rugeley and Lichfield to the south whilst Blithfield Reservoir and Abbots Bromley lie to the north. It is well placed for access to larger centres, the motorway network and west coast main line train service.
It is extremely rare that such a property comes to the market particularly including the historic ruins of a former stone built hall which could be exploited by landscaping to provide a real feature to a highly desirable, extensive country residence.
The Coach House is of brick construction, has two floor accommodation, and an approved scheme of conversion which will provide approximately 4,400 sq ft of living and work surface within a very striking building approached by a private drive (shared for the initial part), culminating in a large parking and turning area to front, with proposed island feature.
The approved plans provide for
A ground floor level a spacious entrance hall with cloaks/wc off, sitting room with two sets of front doors to terrace, dining room, family kitchen, utility room, rear entrance lobby with further wc, large studio/office workspace in two compartments, one having a wc and a kitchen area, and a spiral staircase to part of the first floor accommodation.
From the main landing which is approached via a winding staircase, there is a passageway leading to the master bedroom with en-suite facility and access door to first floor office/work space also approached by the spiral staircase referred to, guest bedroom with en-suite facility, principal bathroom and two further double bedrooms with Jack and Jill en-suite.
It will be evident that there is ample space for further bedroom accommodation as desired.
Externally there is provision for attached garaging.
The principal elevation is broadly west facing. To the east side of the coach house and adjoining the field boundary is the ruin of the former Bellamour Hall which is a listed structure, believed to date from about 1635.
The building has full planning approval under reference 08/00818/COU granted by Lichfield District Council. On account of a significant quantity of work which has commences, the local authority have confirmed that the planning approval will not expire in September 2011.
Full plans approval have been passed by Lichfield District Council as complying with building regulations, with certificates dating 20th June 2011. Planning conditions have been discharged.
Further detailed drawings for windows and doors, together with landscaping are available as is a structural survey both for the Coach House and the Hall ruin. In addition there is an archaeological report which is available to a prospective purchaser. The excavation to the ruin as required by the planning approval is complete.
This is a rare and exceptional opportunity to acquire a development opportunity within the context of an historic site which is of particular interest. On site inspection is strongly recommended.
If approaching from Rugeley to the south, take the B5013 proceeding past the railway station and approximately three quarters of a mile thereafter immediately round a prominent left hand bend, turn left into a private drive denoted by our for sale board. If approaching on the B5013 from the north (Abbots Bromley and Blithfield) proceed through Admaston and approximately 2 miles thereafter, after a fairly sharp left hand bend turn right into the drive entrance just before the right hand bend in the road.
Vendors Solicitors/Licensed Conveyancers
OMW, Worthington House, 146 High Street, Burton on Trent, Staffs DE14 1JE telephone 01283-530333
Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.
Conditions Of Sale
The Conditions of Sale will be deposited at the offices of the auctioneers and vendors solicitors/licensed conveyancers seven days prior to sale and the purchaser shall be deemed to have knowledge of same whether inspected or not. Any questions relating to them must be raised prior to 11.30 am. Prospective purchasers are advised to check with the auctioneers before the sale that the property is neither sold or withdrawn.
The purchaser will also be deemed to have read and understood the auction conduct notes printed within the sale catalogue.
Prospective purchasers will need to register within the auction room before the sale commences. Two items of identity will be required together with an indication of how a contractual deposit will be paid. We do not take cash or credit card deposits.
The sale of each lot is subject to a buyers contract handling fee of £495 (inc VAT) payable on the fall of the hammer.
For Sale by Auction: Thursday 1st September 2011
At Pride Park Stadium, Derby
Commencing at 11.30 am
For Sale by Auction : 1st September 2011
The Pedigree Suite, Derby County F.C Pride Park Stadium, Pride Park Derby : 11.30 am
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