Two unconverted stone barns near Taunton, Somerset
A pair of stone barns set in courtyard with planning permission for conversion to five bedroom property near Taunton, Somerset
Dyers barn is an unconverted barn with full planning permission situated close to the small hamlet of Westleigh (two miles from Lydeard St Lawrence and approximately eight miles from the County town of Taunton). The property is in a rural setting accessed from a quiet country lane, which is extremely private with no immediate neighbours
Situated between the Brendon Hills and the Quantock Hills in Somerset, the surrounding area is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
There are excellent travel links via junction 25 of the M5 and Intercity train to London in under two hours.
The traditional barns are constructed using local stone and natural slate for the roof. The property comprises of two attached barns which include features such as archways and natural openings.
The barns form a courtyard with existing stone walls. The current planning consent allows for the construction for the barns to be linked to form a five bedroom property with garage block, two loose boxes, tackroom/store (with access to hayloft above).
Ground levels to the rear of the barn rise, this natural feature is incorporated within the design allowing the principal living room to open directly through a substantial glazed doorway onto the immediate cartilage with superb views over the adjoining paddock and open countryside.
The barns are set on one acre of land. Additional land available under separate negotiation.
The barns represent a unique and rare opportunity to develop a family home with versatile accommodation in the West Country.
Town and Country Planning Planning consent granted to convert into a five bedroom property as listed above.
It is envisaged that mains water and electricity will be obtained from nearby supplies with foul drainage to be provided by a new private treatment plant with soak away system. All easements relating to these services have been granted.