Barns for sale with planning permission in Croydon, Cambridgeshire
Unconverted barns with planning permission for conversion to holiday lets with swimming pool and games room, all set on 0.349 hectares of land in the Cambridgeshire village of Croydon
A range of single-storey timber framed former farm buildings located around a central courtyard and two Dutch barns on a 0.349 hectare rural site located in the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside.
The barns benefit from full planning consent (subject to conditions) for:
- conversion of the single storey farm buildings into four self-contained holiday lets (2 x 2-bed, 1 x 3-bed and 1 x 4-bed)
- the former Dutch barn overlooking open countryside has permission for the construction of a swimming pool (with changing facilities), store and laundry room on the existing footprint
- the second Dutch barn has approval for the construction of a further building (proposed games room, store and office) within the footprint.
- parking in a central courtyard with communal and private gardens
The barns are located next door to a livery, offering a fantastic opportunity to create a business providing high quality holiday accommodation with all the associated facilities for enjoying a fantastic holiday experience in the English countryside.
Horse lovers and walkers will really appreciate the setting which is close to the Clopton Way with its commanding views over much of south west Cambridgeshire, passing through the deserted medieval village of Clopton, from which it takes its name.
Wimpole Hall and Estate is a short drive away (approx 5 miles) as is the beautiful university city of Cambridge (approx 15 miles).
Documentation includes architect’s plans (elevations, floor and roof plans), outline landscaping drawings, design and access statement, biodiversity survey and report, land contamination assessment, foul sewage and utilities assessment, S106 Agreement and structural survey.
All plans, permissions and paperwork can be made available to interested parties.
It is unknown, at this stage, whether a change of use application to the local planning authority would be considered.