Land for saleNettlestone
Guide Price £750,000
A rurally located site of about 4.7 acres (1.7 ha.) with an extensive range of redundant farm buildings that have now been granted planning consent for conversion into 9 holiday units (with demolition required of the majority of the more modern barns.) Situated close to the popular sailing village of Seaview there are country walks accessible from Park Farm with easy access to mainland ferry links. It shall be the purchaserís responsibility to carry out the required works to the shared drive, demolition of the buildings and installation of the necessary services.
Description of barns and the proposed accommodation for each unit:
Unit 1 A partially timber framed barn under a part slate roof open to the sides 12m x 6.6m.
Proposed to comprise a detached single storey 2 bedroom unit, a bathroom and an open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room. This property also has a three bay car port (unit 10) which lies adjacent to the property
Unit 2 A partially timber framed barn with some block work walling and a period timber framed roof with cladding metal sheeting 11.2m x 6.5m.
Proposed to comprise a 3 bedroom detached unit set over two floors. The ground floor consists of an open plan sitting room/kitchen and an en-suite bedroom and a separate wc. The first floor has 2 further bedrooms.
Unit 3 A stone barn under a slate roof 4.3m x 9.3m with a loft above.
Proposed to comprise a 2 bedroom detached unit set over two floors. Ground floor sitting/dining room, kitchen. 2 bedrooms and bathroom.
Units 4 & 5 A substantial timber framed barn with wooden clad elevations under a corrugated metal roof overall 24.5m x 6.8m with additional extensions to the front and side. To comprise a pair of semi-detached 4 bedroom units. Unit 4 consists of an open plan dinner/kitchen/sitting room, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom wc. The first floor will have 2 further bedrooms, one of which is en-suite and bathroom 3. Unit 5 will comprise an open plan dinner/kitchen/sitting room, one en-suite bedroom and a shower room wc. The first floor will have 3 further bedrooms, 2 of which will be en-suite.
Unit 6 A stone barn with wooden cladding and corrugated metal roofing 9.68m x 5.84m. Proposed to comprise a semi-detached 3 bedroom unit set over two floors with an open plan kitchen/dinning/sitting room, shower room and a ground floor bedroom. 2 further bedrooms and a bathroom.
Unit 7 A period stone barn with corrugated metal roofing 14.2m x 6.14m housing grain bins. Proposed to comprise a 4 bedroom terraced unit set over two floors. kitchen/dinner, sitting room, games/tv room and a wc. ground floor bedroom with shower room. 3 first floor bedrooms, 2 of which have en-suite shower rooms.
Unit 8 A period timber frame with weatherboard elevations under a corrugated tin roof with some of the original exposed beams 6.1m x 10.6m. Proposed to comprise a semi-detached 3 bedroom unit with open plan kitchen/dinning/sitting room, ground floor bedroom with shower room. The first floor consists of a landing, two further bedrooms and a shower room wc.
Unit 9 The Old Dairy is constructed principally of brick elevations with a blockwork, timber clad extension under corrugated roofing it comprises the milking parlour 10.81m x 4.3m with two adjacent rooms 4.54m x 8.74m overall. Proposed to comprise a detached 4 bedroom unit set over two floors. The ground floor will consist of a kitchen/diner, large sitting room with stairs to the first floor. There are three bedrooms and a ground floor bathroom wc. The master bedroom en-suite is located on the first floor.
Unit 10 A 3 bay open fronted barn with lower block work walls and timber frame 11.5m x 5.14m with a corrugated metal roof.
Proposed to comprise a renovated car port which will be tied exclusively to Unit 1.
Unit 11 This barn has permission to be renovated for the sole use of storage for the holiday units.
Additional barns to be demolished under the planning consent:
There are range of barns to be demolished as part of the planning consent and these principally comprise the following as annotated on the plan, in addition to various grain bins etc:
A - A 4 bay pole barn with corrugated roofing.
B- A 5 bay pole barn clad in metal sheeting.
C- A 6 bay livestock barn with corrugated sheeting
D- A 5 bay concrete framed barn.
Planning-Consent reference P/00570/08 - TCP/08611/G was granted on 25/09/2009 for the conversion of 9 barns into holiday units and the conditions included the following:
The development shall be begun before the expiration of 3 years from date of the permission. None of the accommodation hereby approved shall be used other than as holiday use. The owners of the units, or their successor(s) in title, shall maintain a comprehensive up-to-date register listing occupiers of the holiday accommodation hereby approved, their main home addresses and the dates of occupation at the site.
All buildings shown to be demolished shall be removed from the site prior to the occupation of the 1st Unit. Prior to the occupation of the 1st unit, the lay-by shown on the access road shall be constructed in accordance with details to be agreed in writing with the Local Planning Authority.
From Westridge Cross Roads (by the Texaco garage) proceed along Bullen Road for 0.7 of a mile and on the sharp left hand bend turn right. After approximately 50m turn left (signed Public Bridleway to St Helens). Follow the track for 1/3 of a mile and the buildings will be found on the left hand side.
Services The purchaser shall be responsible for providing the necessary services to Park Farm where there is currently the farm supply for electricity and water.
Right of Way The purchasers shall be granted a right of way over the farm drive and having carried out the necessary works to comply with the planning consent they shall be responsible for an appropriate share of the maintenance costs.
Postcode PO33 1QE
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