In partnership with McCartneys we are presenting an exciting opportunity to acquire Great Sutton Farm Barns, a range of traditional brick agricultural buildings with Full Planning Permission for conversion to four dwellings based in Stanton Lacy, Ludlow.
Great Sutton Farm Barns lie amongst rolling countryside within South Shropshire, approximately 6 miles north of the town of Ludlow and 8 miles east of Craven Arms. Both Ludlow and Craven Arms offer train travel to larger towns including Shrewsbury, Hereford and Crewe and direct services to the more major cities of Manchester and Cardiff. Ludlow and Craven Arms also offer a range of good schools and a wide range of services.
Great Sutton Farm Barns are an exciting development opportunity, offering the eventual purchaser a project which is 'ready to go'. Full planning permission was granted on 19th September 2017 for the conversion of the outbuildings to form four dwellings, the creation of an estate road, parking areas, private and communal garden and the installation of septic tank drainage under planning reference 17/04539/FUL. An application to discharge conditions relating to the foul and surface water drainage, landscaping, roof materials, parking and turning and provision for nesting opportunities for swallows, was submitted with these conditions having been discharged on the 1st August 2018. The building regulations application for a 'plan check only' has also been submitted. Set within a site of 1.47 acres, the development offers four spacious plots.
TENURE & POSSESSION
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agent.
METHOD OF SALE
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.
MINES & MINERALS
The mines and minerals are reserved to the Church Commissioners.
Mains electricity is connected to the site. The purchaser will be required to install a sewage treatment plant for which a drainage design has been approved by the Local Planning Authority. The purchaser will be required to make mains water connection at the highway verge and the vendor will allow an easement over his retained land.
WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies together with all of the rights and obligations, easements and all wayleaves whether referred to in these particulars or not.
It is envisaged that there will be a reservation of rights of way and for the passage of services for the benefit of the retained property and/or to allow new connection to service infrastructure on the sold land for the benefit of the retained land.
It is further envisaged that the property will require a range of easements for services over the retained land including those relating to the approved drainage design, mains water connection, electricity connection and also potentially in relation to roof water drainage from unit 1, so far as reasonably necessary to enable the development. The vendor will agree such easements during the sale negotiations.
There will be a restriction on further development on the land and such that any further development would require the vendor's or their successor in title's approval. Other restrictions and provisions appropriate to a development of this kind will be included in the sale documentation subject to agreement, including an obligation to contribute to maintenance costs relating to the shared access road.
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