Unconverted listed barn near Colchester, Essex

Unconverted listed barn near Colchester, Essex

Unconverted barn with planning permission near Marks Tey and Colchester in Essex

Grade II* listed barn set in an acre of land with full planning permission for conversion and to construct an attached family house to form courtyard development in rural Essex location close to Marks Tey with its rail link to London Liverpool Street and

A unique opportunity to renovate a Grade II* listed barn and construct an attached family house to form a delightful courtyard development, with the benefit of full planning permission.

The handsome historic barn is set in approximately one acre of grounds and additional land may be available.

The prominent and attractive rural location is adjacent to a moated farmhouse about three quarters of a mile north of the A120 and about two miles from the A12 junction and mainline station at Marks Tey, with good commuter services to London Liverpool Street. The historic town of Colchester is some five miles to the east, with excellent shopping, cultural and recreational facilities. Within a mile to the north is the picturesque village of Great Tey and The Barn Brassiere is about a half mile distant.

Planning and Listed Building Consent
Detailed Planning and Listed Building Consent have been obtained from Colchester Borough Council for the repair of the historic barn, the creation of residential/ancillary use within it, together with a spacious family house as shown on the available reduced scale plans.

The planning consent is subject to a Section 106 Agreement between the building owner and Colchester Borough Council, containing ongoing legal obligation to ensure that agreed repair works are carried out to the barn and to ensure it continues to be kept in good condition. An information pack with copies of formal documentation is available from the Agent's Colchester Office, giving full details of planning conditions, duties and obligations.

The Site
As shown on the block plan (again, available on request), the property has long frontage to Brook Road, ample garden and courtyard area. The access is to the East side of the Barn with right of way over the entrance drive subject to it being upgraded to an agreed specification with the owners.

The purchasers are to erect and maintain stockproof fencing to an agreed detailing along the east and southern boundaries within three months of completion of purchase.

Existing Modern Barn
The existing modern barn on the site is to be dismantled to ground level and removed from site within three months of completion of purchase.

Petrol Storage Tank
A former 250 gallon underground petrol storage tank formerly used on the farm remains on site. It has been filled with concrete to Trading Standards' specification. Purchasers must satisfy themselves that appropriate regulations are complied with.

There is mains water supply to the property. The seller reserves the right to take a separate supply off this to serve the remaining form buildings subject to the appropriate meterage and formal easement. There is a single phase and 3 phase electrical supply into the barn which will be separated from other supplies to the farm.

The property is to be sold freehold with full vacant possession, subject to appropriate easements for services, right of way of access and the legal obligations of the Section 106 Agreement.

Sales Procedure
Offers are invited in excess of £300,000 to the selling agents. We stress that it is the responsibility of the purchasers to fully satisfy themselves in respect of the nature of town and country planning issues as well as making their own enquiries with regard to services.
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