Barns with planning permission for conversion to two dwellings near Worcester, Worcestershire
A rare residential development opportunity comprising of a range of traditional brick and timber framed farm buildings with detailed planning consent for conversion to two residential units, set on 0.77 acres of land near Defford, Worcestershire
A range of traditional barns of different ages and construction.
The first building is constructed of solid brick with lean-to and benefits from two floor levels under a dual pitch roof and a clay tile roof.
The second building comprises a timber framed construction with brick infill and predominantly timber cladding under a dual pitch roof with clay tiles.
The barns sit within a total plot of 0.77 acres providing ample opportunity to create spacious parking and amenity areas for each property.
Detailed planning consent was granted by Wychavon District Council on 5th September 2013 for the conversion of the traditional buildings and the demolition of the existing modern agricultural building to form two residential dwellings with associated car parking and garden areas, subject to conditions.
A copy of the planning application submitted to the Council and the planning approval notice can be inspected on the Wychavon District Council planning website (www.wychavon.gov.uk) or at the selling agent's offices.
The site as a whole extends to 0.77 acres and there is potential to include a grass paddock extending to approximately 0.75 acres subject to separate negotiation.
The site is conveniently accessed from Bourne Road and is located between the villages of Strensham and Defford.
The thriving town of Pershore is four miles to the north east, Worcester is 13 miles to the north and Junction 1 of the M50 and access to the M5 is only four miles to the south.