Barn for sale

Buerton, Cheshire

Guide Price £250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Development Opportunity
  • Whole or Individually
  • 3 Detached Barns
  • Distant Rural Views
  • Gated Community
  • EPC: Exempt

Full description


A unique opportunity to acquire, individually or collectively, three Detached Traditional Agricultural Barns with planning permission to create three luxurious residential dwellings within a select gated community in an idyllic, yet convenient location with distant rural views.

BARN A (Approx. 186.5 sq m 2007 sq ft internal). GUIDE PRICE £200,000
BARN B (Approx. 193.5 sq m 2086 sq ft internal) plus an additional 43.5 sq m (subject to lodged appeal) increasing the total to approx. 237 sq m 2551 sq ft internal) GUIDE PRICE £250,000
BARN C (Grade II Listed) "The Maltings"
(Approx. 142.5 sq m 1534 sq ft with an internal double garage 27 sq m) GUIDE PRICE £180,000+  

DIRECTIONS (see also attached plan edged red) (AUDLEM 1.5 miles : NANTWICH 7 miles : NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME 12 miles : CREWE MAINLINE RAILWAY STATION 10 miles : M6 JUNCTION 16 12 miles)
Take the A529 Audlem Road out of Nantwich and continue for approximately 7 miles into Audlem village. Upon reaching the village square turn left onto the A525 Woore Road, continue for approximately 1.3 miles and the barns will be seen on the right hand side. 

LOCATION (SJ6841 4335) Buerton is a village about 7 miles south of Nantwich and 1.5 miles easts of the village of Audlem, on the border of Cheshire & Shropshire.
Nearby villages also include:- Adderley, Bridgemere, Hankelow, Hatherton, Hunsterson & Woore.
Buerton Primary School in Buerton village closed in 2006. the parish falls within the catchment areas of Audlem St James C E Primary School in Audlem & Brine Leas High School in Nantwich. 

AUDLEM (1.5 miles) Audlem is an attractive country village the centre of which is designated as a conservation area, well known for its historic St James' church dating back to 1279. Audlem is well served by various excellent amenities including a medical practice, primary school, three public houses, chemist, cafes and a range of shops including a post office, local Co-Operative Store and independent butchers.
Nantwich offers a more comprehensive range of services, including schools, a wide range of speciality shops and several major supermarkets - Sainsburys, Morrisons, M&S and Aldi.
The area enjoys excellent road communications being 14 miles from the M6 motorway (junction 16). It is therefore extremely well located for access for many parts of the country, both North, South and East by the A50 and M62. Manchester International Airport is about 35 miles and travel to London is available via Crewe Station which is 9.5 miles, providing an 90 minute intercity service to Euston. The county town of Chester is 26 miles and Newcastle under Lyme is 15 miles. Furthermore equestrian enthusiasts can enjoy hunting with the Cheshire or North Staffordshire Hunts and Horse Racing at Bangor-on-Dee, Haydock Park and Chester.

NANTWICH (7 miles) Nantwich is a charming market town set beside the River Weaver with a rich history, a wide range of over 250 speciality shops & 4 supermarkets. In Cheshire, Nantwich is second only to Chester in its wealth of historic buildings. The High Street has many of the town's finest buildings, including the Queen's Aide House and The Crown Hotel built in 1585. Four major motorways which cross Cheshire ensure fast access to the key commercial centres of Britain and are linked to Nantwich by the new A500 Link Road. Manchester Airport, one of Europe's busiest and fastest developing, is within a 45 minute drive of Nantwich. Frequent trains from Crewe railway station link Cheshire to London-Euston in only 1hr 30mins. Manchester and Liverpool offer alternative big city entertainment. Internationally famous football teams, theatres and concert halls are just some of the many attractions. 

NOTE: See Heritage Statement & Heritage Impact Assessment - reference The Maltings, Barn C. Available from Cheshire East website for further details. 

BARN A (edged blue on plan) A detached oak framed farm building with a corrugated iron roof has been divided into three bays with full height to the apex of the roof. The building measures approx. 57'6" x 22'0" GEA.  

BARN B (edged green on plan) Subject to revised Planning application No: 15/3252N.(Appeal decision pending).
A detached outbuilding of brick construction, arranged over two floors, comprising three stables (one a foaling box), tack room, feed storage area and open garage single storey addition. 

BARN C (edged red on plan) A Detached Grade II Listed Barn, which is probably of late 18th Century date and represents the surviving portion of a once larger malting - and thus probably the building that gave the farm its name. 

PLANNING PERMISSIONS 15/1454N Dated 18th May 2015 Application No. 15/4833N 10th March 2016
Application No. 15/4834N 10th March 2016
Application No. 15/3252N 7th September 2015
Application No. 15/1454N 18th May 2015

See for further details. 

CONSTRUCTION WORKS TO BE UNDERTAKEN BY THE VENDOR The vendor will form the proposed driveway to the barns to contractor standard (subject to the purchasers finishings at their own cost). The vendor will also form the entrance gate piers. 

SERVICES Mains water & electricity (available subject to conditions & costs).
NOTE: No tests have been made of electrical, water, drainage and heating systems and associated appliances, nor confirmation obtained from the statutory bodies of the presence of these services. 

TENURE Presumed Freehold with vacant possession upon completion (Subject to Contract). 

VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Agents Wright Marshall Nantwich Office. E-mail: Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30pm, Sat 9.00-3.30pm. 

LOCAL AUTHORITIES Cheshire East Borough Council, Development Management, Town Hall, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 1DP. (Planning Customer Service Point) - tel: 01270 537502/503.
Cheshire East Borough Council, Municipal Buildings, Earle Street, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 2BJ. (General Enquiries) - tel: 01270 537777.
United Utilities, Dawson House, Liverpool Road, Great Sankey, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 3LW - tel: 0845 746 2233.
Scottish Power Manweb, Customer Service (Electricity), Wilderspool Causeway, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6QD - tel: 0845 729 2292.  

EASEMENTS & WAYLEAVES The property is sold subject to all existing electricity and other easements and all existing rights of way, whether specified or otherwise.  

TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING The property, notwithstanding any description within these Particulars of Sale, is sold subject to any Development Plan, Tree Preservation Order, Town Planning Scheme or Agreement, Resolution or Notice which may be, or may come to be in force, and also subject to any Statutory Provision or Bye Law, without the obligation on the part of the Vendor to specify them.  

O.S. SHEETS The site plan is based upon modern Ordnance Survey Sheets with the sanction of the Controller of H.M.S.O. The purchaser shall raise no query or objection in respect of any variation between the physical boundary on site and the O.S. Sheet Plan.  

SALE PARTICULARS The sales particulars have been prepared for the convenience of prospective purchasers and whilst every care has been taken in their preparation their accuracy is not guaranteed, nor in any circumstances will they give grounds for an action in law.  

BARN B: 0.25 acres. 0.101 ha.
BARN C: 0.23 acres. 0.093 ha. 

MARKETING APPRAISAL "Thinking of Selling"? Wright Marshall have the experience and local knowledge to offer you a free marketing appraisal of your own property without obligation. Budgeting your move is probably the first step in the moving process. It is worth remembering that we may already have a purchaser waiting to buy your home.  

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  • Wrenbury (5.4 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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56 High Street, Nantwich, CW5 5BB

01270 388042 Local call rate

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