Land for saleAnsty, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 5PX
4.2 ac. | POA
- 4.2 acres (1.7 hectares)
Lot 1 The Buildings and Paddocks extending in total to 5.20 acres. A range of traditional and modern buildings surrounded by fields on two sides, a narrow lane to the west and the A30 road to the north.
The buildings are a mix of original stone and modern brick elevations under clay tile pitched roofs and some more modern breeze block style stables.
Planning permission was successfully granted in April 2015 for the
conversion of the redundant former stables and grooms accommodation
to form four dwellings. The Application reference number is 15/00503/
FUL and can be viewed on the Wiltshire Council website.
The accommodation will comprise the following:
Conversion of the original stone barn into a two-storey 3/4
Conversion of the eastern end of the stone barn (currently open
internally) into a two-storey two-bedroomed house;
Conversion of the eastern range of stables and part of the southern
range into a 2-bedroomed dwelling and a 3-bedroomed dwelling
Conversion of the western range of stables into workshop, home
office and storage use
The outside space will comprise of:
Land and paddocks extending to 4.2 acres
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