A traditional barn with consent for conversion to a detached four bedroom dwelling set in about half an acre, all situated in an accessible rural location. Best and final offers by midday on Wednesday 19th April 2017.
The barn at Gillards Farm presents potential purchasers the opportunity to purchase a traditional barn with consent for conversion to a four Bedroom detached dwelling, set in about ½ an acre, on the edge of the Blackdown Hills area of outstanding natural beauty. The barn comprises an ‘L’-shaped traditional building of brick, block and stone elevations under a galvanised steel roof, with a concrete floor. Once complete the total area of the dwelling will amount to about 195sqm/2,100sqft.
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING
Taunton Deane Borough Council granted prior approval in respect of the change of use of the agricultural building to a dwellinghouse, in accordance with the enclosed plans, under application reference number 44/16/0023/CQ on 20th October 2016. In addition, Taunton Deane Borough Council granted planning permission for the formation of a stone access drive to the barn, under application reference number 44/16/0028 on 1st March 2017.
The site is accessed from Middle Green Road. A right of access will be granted over the vendors’ farm drive which runs from Middle Green Road to Gillards Farm. The purchaser will be required to establish the new access to the barn in accordance with the planning permission (application reference number 44/16/0028).
Mains water and electricity are available in the vicinity of the site. The vendor will grant the purchaser the necessary easements in respect of these connections. A new private drainage system will need to be installed by the purchaser. Potential purchasers should make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities in order to establish the availability and capacity of services to the barn.
Drainage pipes will need to be installed by the purchaser from Gillards Farm drive to the west, below the new access drive, and around the site to ensure drainage to the ditch situated to the south east of the site.