Unconverted barn in Melton Mowbray, near Grantham
Barn with full planning permission to construct oak framed Dutch barn in conservation village close to Melton Mowbray and Grantham
This is a very pretty unconverted ironstone barn and cowshed with detailed planning consent and permission to construct a large oak framed dutch barn, giving a possible four double bedrooms with three bathrooms.
There is a private dry stone walled garden to the rear to enjoy the clean Waltham air (600 feet above sea level).
The main barn provides open plan living accomodation with heavy pegged beams, 20 inch thick walls giving very good insulation levels and clay pantiled roofs in fine condition.
The barn dates back to about 1740 and was built to a high standard for the Duke of Rutland as part of Cresswell Spring Farm, one of his many tenant farms in the area.
It is set in a highly regarded conservation village on the Leicestershire Wolds. There are two excellent pubs in the village in addition to a shop/postoffice, primary school, doctors surgery and a brand new thriving village hall.
Grantham and the A1 are 15 minutes away, the market town of Melton Mowbray is 10 minutes drive.
There is easy connection to main drains,water, phone including broadband and electricity.
This is a rare opportunity to creat a wonderful period home in this picturesque friendly village.
Give me a call and come and have a look. I can offer plenty of contacts and advice with the project if you wish.
The shaded area in the last photo depicts the site of the Dutch barn.