The barns at Castle Inn Farm comprise a range of stone and timber clad former agricultural buildings with full planning consent granted for the conversion of the barns to create 4, 2/3 bedroom dwellings.
The barns at Castle Inn Farm comprise a range of stone and timber clad former agricultural buildings with full planning consent granted for the conversion of the barns to create 4, 2/3 bedroom dwellings. The site can be identified on the plan outlined in red. In addition to the initial development, a series of buildings to the Southern aspect of the site have been added to the sale which include former piggeries and storage barns; these are situated to the south of the site, and are shown on the attached site plan outlined in orange. The whole site extends to approximately 0.537 acres.
Planning consent was granted on the 6 August 2017 under references PK17/5081/F & PK17/5084/LB for the conversion of 2 existing barns into 4 dwellings with landscaping, parking and associated works. Further information can be found on the South Gloucestershire Planning website: The barns adjoin Castle Inn Farmhouse which is a Grade II listed house and therefore they are curtilage listed. The current consent provides 4 dwellings with the accommodation detailed below: Ground Floor: Unit A: Kitchen, Dining Room & Living Room Unit B: Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, Hallway & Utility Unit C: Kitchen, Utility, Dining Room & Living Room Unit D: Entrance Hall, WC, Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room and 2 bedrooms with adjoining Bathroom First Floor: Unit A: Two large double bedrooms both with Ensuite Unit B: Two large double bedrooms both with Ensuite Unit C: Two double bedrooms with WC and shower Unit D: Double bedroom with...
The barns are situated on Castle Farm Road adjacent to residential properties and agricultural land in the Bristol Suburb of Hanham, in South Gloucestershire. The property benefits from a range of facilities locally.
The property is to be sold freehold with vacant possession.
The purchaser is advised to make their own investigations with the relevant service providers to sought new connections.
Phase 2 (outlined in orange) is subject to an overage of 30% of the increase in Market Value upon the successful grant of planning permission for an effective period of 25 years from the date of completion.
1. The vendor will grant a Right of Way, shown hatched pink on the attached plan, to the purchaser to provide access to the parking area from the new entrance. 2. The purchaser will be required to create the new entrance and track and will be granted permission by the vendor to undertake this work. 3. The vendor will grant a pedestrian Right to Way, shown green on the attached plan, allowing the occupants of the dwelling to access their gardens and to maintain the external boundary. 4. The vendor reserves a vehicular Right of Access, shown blue on the attached plan, to continue to utilise their parking spaces and provide a swept path. 5. The purchaser will be required to contribute £500 plus VAT towards the vendors marketing costs.
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
Strictly by appointment with the Agents: DJ&P Newland Rennie. Tel: .