Semi-detached house for saleLodge Farm, Laughton, NG34
- Traditional Brick Barns for Re-development
- Set within 2.30ha (5.69 acres)
- Planning Permission for two dwellings
- Further Land Available by Separate Negotiations
- Sought After Rural Location
- Part of a Larger Farmstead Re-development
- For Sale by Private Treaty
- Above the Lincolnshire Fens
- Rarely Available Opportunity
The Traditional Brick Barns have Planning Permission for two residential, semi-detached dwellings and are set within a total area of 2.30ha (5.69 acres). Briefly comprising a lounge, dining room, hallway, kitchen/dinner, bathroom and three further bedrooms. The traditional outbuildings are for sale as one lot but have been divided on the attached plan for identification purposes. Barn A is outlined in green with 1.38ha (3.42 acres) of potential garden/paddock land. Barn B is outlined in yellow and is available with 0.92ha (2.27 acres) of garden/paddock land with the option to construct a new private access edged in black on the attached plan, subject to the relevant permissions. There is a further 3.96ha (9.76 acres) of paddock land (Lot 4) available by separate negotiations.
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