- Attractive Traditional Buildings
- Situated at Glebe Farm, South Reston
- Planning permission to be converted into a unique residential dwelling
Very attractive traditional buildings situated at Glebe Farm, South Reston. The buildings have the benefit of approval for a change of use and conversion into a unique residential dwelling which incorporates a private courtyard garden.
Glebe Farm Barn Conversion -
The traditional buildings are an attractive range situated on three sides with a central courtyard. Approval has been granted for them to be converted into a superior and unique detached dwelling with 4 double bedrooms. The building currently extends to approximately 3000 ft.² and comprises stables, barn, granary and open fronted implement stores.
The property has the benefit of good sized grounds extending to approximately 0.30 of an acre and shown edged red on the attached plan.
Approval was granted for “change of use of the building and any land within its curtilage” from agriculture to permanent residential on 10th March 2020 (Application number N/161/0229 5/19). The development must be completed within a period of three years and in accordance with the approved plans. The ecology and protected species survey and the draft mitigation strategy must be adhered to.
Proposed Accommodation -
Living room and Dining room with central staircase
Boot/Coat room with WC
Kitchen with Living/Dining area
Master bedroom with ensuite
2 further double bedrooms
Open plan Kitchen/Living room
The Barns have the date of construction built-in to the roadside wall and state “1848” and are constructed from red brick beneath clay pantiled roofs. The barns appear to be in a good condition having been well looked after including being re-roofed only a few years ago.
Glebe Farm barns have their own vehicular access onto the main road through South Reston being the A157 as shown on the attached plan.
The owners of Glebe Farm House will permit access for development purposes over the area edged green on the attached plan for a period of 12 months following completion of this sale. At the end of this 12 month period, the purchaser of the barns is to erect a 6ft close boarded fence from point A to point X within a further month. Once erected, this fence shall become the responsibility of the owners of Glebe Farm House.
Tenure & Possession: -
The property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
We understand that the current supply of water and electricity to the traditional buildings are shared with Glebe Farm House. The new purchasers of Glebe Farm House reserve the right to disconnect these current supplies and therefore prospective purchasers of the traditional buildings barns should make their own enquiries as to the availability and connection of new supplies.
Strictly by appointment with the Alford office at the address shown below.
Local Authority: -
East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincs, LN11 8UP. Tel: 01507 601111.
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