Assington, Sudbury, Suffolk (For Sale) £300,000

Building Plot / Land       

A Grade II listed barn/outbuilding offered with the benefit of planning permission and listed building consent under application number DC/18/04077 at https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk. Planning permission is for the conversion of the existing building into two x four bedroom semi-detached properties.

Contact David Burr Leavenheath on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


Features:

  • Offered with planning permission
  • DC/18/04077 at https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk
  • Permission for 2 x 4 bedroom semi-detached properties
  • Benefits will include off-road parking and south facing gardens
  • Total plot is about 0.5 acres.
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

PROEPRTY DESCRIPTION The Cart Lodge is a Grade II listed barn/outbuilding previously associated with Hill Farm, offered to the market with the benefit of planning permission and listed building consent for the conversion of the detached outbuilding to 2 no. dwellings under application number DC/18/04077 at https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk. Enjoying a semi-rural/edge-of-village location, planning permission is for the conversion of the existing building into two x four bedroom semi-detached properties, totalling floor areas of 160 sq ms/1,657 sq ft and 142 sq ms/1,528 sq ft. The properties will benefit from off-street parking and south facing gardens with a total site extending to approximately 0.5 acres.

THE BARN 21.8 m long x 6.8 m wide Set beneath a pitched roof with hip-ended corrugated metal roof covering

Open fronted bays are supported by vertical timber posts with oak eave beams over

A structural assessment of the building was carried out in 2016 which can be viewed as part of the associated planning document. The structural assessment concludes that the overall structural condition of the building, considering its age, is good and that it is suitable for conversion, subject to relatively minor repairs and improvements including erection of new internal stud walls offering buttressing to the external walls.

South facing rear aspect, enjoying elevated views toward Assington Brook and Oateck Grove

As per the Heritage asset assessment is understood the building was constructed between 1842 - 1886 as part of redevelopment of the farmstead

AGENTS NOTES A right of way will be granted over the access track for the benefit the two proposed dwellings. A maintenance agreement will be required over the shared access way.

A CIL payment of £24,039.04 is due for a non-self-build purchaser.

The vendor is to construct and retain, prior to completion, southern and eastern boundary fencing as drawn on the site plan.

Reserved rights: (i) to continue using electrical supply from the property to retained building for 6 months (ii) to connect to any new services routed through the retained land.

It is understood that there was a pre-existing gravel pit within 25 meters of the site, believed to have been on the site of the farmyard at Hill Farm and that the pit was filled in in 1904.


Contact David Burr Leavenheath

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


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Features:

  • Offered with planning permission
  • DC/18/04077 at https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk
  • Permission for 2 x 4 bedroom semi-detached properties
  • Benefits will include off-road parking and south facing gardens
  • Total plot is about 0.5 acres.
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN

PROEPRTY DESCRIPTION The Cart Lodge is a Grade II listed barn/outbuilding previously associated with Hill Farm, offered to the market with the benefit of planning permission and listed building consent for the conversion of the detached outbuilding to 2 no. dwellings under application number DC/18/04077 at https://planning.baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk. Enjoying a semi-rural/edge-of-village location, planning permission is for the conversion of the existing building into two x four bedroom semi-detached properties, totalling floor areas of 160 sq ms/1,657 sq ft and 142 sq ms/1,528 sq ft. The properties will benefit from off-street parking and south facing gardens with a total site extending to approximately 0.5 acres.

THE BARN 21.8 m long x 6.8 m wide Set beneath a pitched roof with hip-ended corrugated metal roof covering

Open fronted bays are supported by vertical timber posts with oak eave beams over

A structural assessment of the building was carried out in 2016 which can be viewed as part of the associated planning document. The structural assessment concludes that the overall structural condition of the building, considering its age, is good and that it is suitable for conversion, subject to relatively minor repairs and improvements including erection of new internal stud walls offering buttressing to the external walls.

South facing rear aspect, enjoying elevated views toward Assington Brook and Oateck Grove

As per the Heritage asset assessment is understood the building was constructed between 1842 - 1886 as part of redevelopment of the farmstead

AGENTS NOTES A right of way will be granted over the access track for the benefit the two proposed dwellings. A maintenance agreement will be required over the shared access way.

A CIL payment of £24,039.04 is due for a non-self-build purchaser.

The vendor is to construct and retain, prior to completion, southern and eastern boundary fencing as drawn on the site plan.

Reserved rights: (i) to continue using electrical supply from the property to retained building for 6 months (ii) to connect to any new services routed through the retained land.

It is understood that there was a pre-existing gravel pit within 25 meters of the site, believed to have been on the site of the farmyard at Hill Farm and that the pit was filled in in 1904.

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Property Location

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Contact David Burr Leavenheath

Property viewing, strictly by prior appointment only

Phone us on 01206 263007 or email leavenheath@davidburr.co.uk


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