A range of barns with planning permission for conversion into two dwellings located close to the Devon/Somerset border. Garaging, parking and gardens, Delightful southerly aspect, Rural yet accessible location, Blackdown Hills AONB, Land Available if Required
This range of traditional outbuildings adjoin the farmhouse at Hill Farm and it is located in a convenient spot between Clayhidon and Wellington Monument making this a most accessible position. It is also within the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village of Hemyock is within 3 miles and the popular town of Wellington a similar distance where an excellent selection of shopping, recreational and scholastic facilities can be found. The M5 motorway can also be accessed on the outskirts of the town. The County Town of Taunton is within 10 miles of the property where an even greater selection of facilities can be found together with a main line rail link to London Paddington.Description
These range of barns are constructed principally of stone with some block work and is contained beneath a mainly corrugated asbestos roof with single storey roofs of slate and corrugated iron. Once landscaped the grounds will be delightful with fine southerly views over its gardens and grounds and across open farmland. There is also permission for garaging and storage. Further land is available if required.Planning
Planning permission was granted under reference number 17/00495/FULL for the conversion of barn to two dwellings, dated the 30th June 2017. Further details are available from Stags or the Local Authority's website.Proposed Accommodation Unit 1
Ground floor:- hallway, lounge, study, cloakroom and kitchen/dining room.
First floor:- three bedrooms and a family bathroomUnit 2
Ground floor:- hallway, lounge, spacious kitchen/dining room and cloakroom.
First floor:- two large double bedrooms and a family bathroom.Local Authority
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP. Telephone 01884 255255.Plans and Boundary Fences
A plan, which is not to be relied upon, is included with these particulars and is for identification purposes only. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to its accuracy.Section 106 Agreement
A Section 106 Agreement is in place covering the development of the site which is dated the 1st May 2017 between Mid Devon District Council and the developer. The agreement sets out the requirement to pay a sum of £2,608 along with a monitoring fee of £110.80 regarding public open space/play area contribution towards improvements including lighting and resurfacing of tennis courts at Longmead Sports Pavillon, Hemyock.Tenure and Possession
Freehold with vacant possession.Method of Sale
The development site is available for sale by Private Treaty.Services
Mains water and electricity are on site. Drainage will be to a new septic tank to be installed by the purchaser.Viewing
Strictly by appointment with the vendor's selling agents, Messrs Stags, Wellington Office.Directions
From junction 26 of the M5 motorway head towards Wellington and at the roundabout take the first exit signposted Tiverton. After approximately 1 mile turn left signposted Ford Street and Chard. Continue through Ford Street to the crossroads at the top of the hill turning right and after a short distance the entrance to Hill Farm will be seen on the left hand side clearly identified by a red sign saying "Somerset Stamp Auctions". Continue to the bottom of the driveway whereupon the barns will be seen attached to the main farmhouse.