Barn Conversion for saleWatling Street, Hockliffe, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Guide Price £1,800,000
Best Offers by 2.00pm Wednesday 9 November 2016
Lot 1 - the Listed Farmhouse, all the buildings with formal Planning Consent, the barn with the Permitted Development for one dwelling and an 8,968 sq.ft agricultural barn (as edged red on the sale plan).
Bull Farm was previously a dairy farm comprising a Grade II listed farmhouse, plus an extensive range of traditional and more modern buildings, together with concrete yard areas.
Grade II Listed Farmhouse
Full Planning Permission for 9 Dwellings
Pleasant Countryside Setting
4 Miles to Leighton Buzzard
11 Miles to Milton Keynes
40 Miles to Central London
For sale by Private Treaty
Bull Farm lies on the southern outskirts of the village of Hockliffe situated circa 4 miles East of Leighton Buzzard, approximately 11 miles South East of Milton Keynes and only 40 miles north of Central London.
The Property is extremely well located for communications, with the M1 (junction 13) only circa 4 miles away at Toddington, and with the new A5 bypass immediately to the north of Dunstable; access to the M1 will be even easier. The mainline railway station at Leighton Buzzard has regular services to London Euston in just 32 minutes and trains from Milton Keynes are available in 35 minutes.
Immediate facilities include a post office a Harvester restaurant/public house and McDonalds. Leighton Buzzard offers a good range of recreational, retail and cultural establishments, whilst Milton Keynes has nationally recognised shopping, sporting and recreation facilities.
Bull Farm is also ideally located for schooling with the well-known private schools of Stowe, Swanbourne House School, Akeley Wood and Thornton College close by. Hockliffe Lower School also offers good state schooling, with a current outstanding Ofsted Report.
Bull Farmhouse is a substantial four bed Grade II listed dwelling constructed of brick under a tile
roof. It extends in total to approximately 228.11 sq.m (2,455 sq.ft) and, whilst currently in a poor condition, once renovated it would make an attractive anchor residence for the remainder of the site.
The farm buildings vary in construction, with the more traditional buildings being attractive double storey brick barns under tiled roofs. Their setting and general tradition appearance means that they would be well regarded when sold on the Open Market.
Planning information regarding the Planning Permission for eight of the dwellings and the Permitted Development for three of the dwellings can be accessed at the following web address:
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