* Traditional Farm Buildings for Conversion * Full Planning Permission Granted * Proposed 5 Bedroomed Dwelling * Potential Floor Area 220 sq m (2,368 sq ft) * Total Area 0.55 acre or thereabouts * A Detached Property Read more
* Traditional Farm Buildings for Conversion * Full Planning Permission Granted * Proposed 5 Bedroomed Dwelling * Potential Floor Area 220 sq m (2,368 sq ft) * Total Area 0.55 acre or thereabouts * A Detached Property
Holly Barn comprises a range of traditional red brick and pantile farm buildings with Full Planning Permission granted for conversion to a dwelling house, incidental garden space and improvements to an ancillary vehicular access.
The property will provide when converted approximately 220 sqm (2,368 sq.ft) of internal accommodation. The plans approved include an entrance hall, reception room, dining kitchen/study, garden room, boot room and utility room together with three bedrooms to the ground floor and two double bedrooms on the first floor, both ensuite.
There is an Atcost concrete frame agricultural building measuring 13.5m x 13.5m situated within the grounds of the property.
Narrow lanes with quaint cottages and houses form the village scenery of Girton and the tiny stone built St. Celia's church is a focal point of the village. The barns stand on relatively high ground in the village on which High Street and Tinkers Lane lead down to join the A1133 Newark to Gainsborough Road.
The village is approximately 7 miles north of Newark. There are excellent amenities at Collingham which is a village two miles to the south. Here there is a Co-Operative store, convenience store, medical centre, pharmacy, dental surgery, newsagents, butchers and primary school. There are railway services from Collingham to Newark, Lincoln and Nottingham. The village is within six miles or so of the A46 trunk road and the A1. East Coast trains are capable of journey times between Newark Northgate and London King's Cross in just over 75 minutes.
Town And Country Planning - Planning permission is granted under Newark and Sherwood District Council ref: 17/01005/FUL for the conversion of existing agricultural barn to dwelling house with incidental garden space and improvements to an ancillary vehicular access. The conditional planning permission is dated 20th October 2017.
A copy of the planning permission and approved plans can be obtained on request from the selling agents or please visit Newark and Sherwood District Council website where the documents are available.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Plan - A plan is attached to the particulars and the land and barn is coloured pink.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.