Development opportunity of a range of barns near Ellerdine, Shropshire
A range of C19th traditional red brick barns with many period features, circa 1.4 acres of land and with planning consent for conversion to form four residential units. The barns are set just outside the popular village of Ellerdine and near the market towns of Shrewsbury, Wellington and Market Drayton
Traditional Barns at Windy Oak Farm, Ellerdine, Shropshire
The barns at Windy Oak Farm are ideally located just outside the popular village of Ellerdine which has its own country pub. Local shops and services are available in the village of Shawbury, just 3.5 miles away and a full range of services are available in the Market Towns of Shrewsbury, Wellington and Market Drayton, which are all within a short drive.
An appealing range of traditional red brick barns with a desirable layout and interesting character, dating back to the C19th and retaining many of their period features.
The site extends to a total of approximately 0.56 ha (1.4 acres), whilst the existing barns have a gross internal area of approximately 725m².
Planning consent was granted on 20th March 2019 (Telford and Wrekin Council reference: TWC/2018/1025) for conversion of the buildings to form five residential units. The vendor is retaining one of the barns so there are four for sale.
• One x two bedroom unit
• Two x three bedroom units
• One x four bedroom unit
An information pack including the drawings and planning documents is available on request from the selling agents or alternatively planning documents and drawings are available via the Telford and Wrekin Council website.
The modern steel frame building with green cladding is to be retained by the vendor and relocated elsewhere on their farm within two months of completion of the sale.
The purchaser will within two months of completion be required to construct a boundary around the property. The specification is to be agreed with the vendor.
The purchaser will be responsible for making their own service connections and the costs thereof.
It is understood that details of a private foul drainage system are to be agreed with the local authority by the purchaser.
Access, Easements and Wayleaves
The property is accessed via a private driveway serving Windy Oak Farm. Appropriate easements are to be granted by the seller in favour of the purchaser for access to the barns, subject to a periodic maintenance contribution according to user. The passage of services across the retained land to serve the barns can be agreed by negotiation.
The vendor will reserve a right of access and to lay service media along the proposed track to the north of the barns.