Tag Archive for: For Conversion

Barn for Sale: Listed Barn for Conversion – Norwich

31 Jul
July 31, 2013

Description

A Grade II listed barn for sale with planning permission, situated in Norwich.

Information

Tudor Barn is a Grade II listed, detached, redbrick barn under a thatched roof filled with many beautiful original beams and traditional features throughout in a fantastic location on the outskirts of Norwich. The barn was built as an agricultural building in 1625 and was owned by the Costessey Estate between 1862 and 1918, after which it was sold privately and used for livestock. In 1954 the barn was re-thatched and used for a variety of businesses from a musical instrument repair workshop to a stationary warehouse! The current owner has run a furniture restoration business from the barn between 1992 and 2004. It now has full planning permission for conversion to a 4/5 bedroom family home.


Location: Tudor Barn, Costessey, Norwich, NR8 5DB
Guide price: £199,000
House size: 5 Bedrooms – 2 ensuite, 3 Bathrooms, 2899 square feet
Features: Open plan, countryside setting, nearby footpaths

Further details can be found here.

Renovation Project for Sale: Barn for Conversion in Worcestershire

26 Jul
July 26, 2013

Description

A listed barn for conversion with consent to convert to a two bedroom home.

Information

A Grade II listed brick barn with planning permission and listed building consent to convert to a superb rural home. Located at the heart of the Halesend Estate, in a glorious part of unspoilt countryside.

Planning permission and listed building consent has been obtained for the conversion of these wonderful barns into three separate residences in a mews style arrangement. Unit 1 is available separately and offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, drawing room and kitchen.

In essence superb opportunity to create wonderful rural home with original character in a very special countryside position.

The layout could be altered subject to obtaining planning permission.


Location: Halesend Estate, Storridge, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR13
Guide price: £135,000
House size: 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, 1023 square feet
Features: Unspoilt countryside, nearby footpaths

Further details can be found here.

Property for Conversion for Sale: Marshall Rd, Cambridge

16 Mar
March 16, 2013

Description

A unique building plot, conversion or development opportunity

Information

Subject to the necessary consents being granted

26a Marshall Road is an attached (to No: 26) building constructed of brick elevations and single glazed windows beneath a sloping roof. It is understood that the property was originally built in the early 1900’s as a taxi garage to accommodate several vehicles in tandem. At a later date, during the 1930’s the building was turned into a small builder’s storage unit / workshop which it has remained as and in the same family’s ownership since.

The property extends to around 1687 sq ft over 2 floors and subject to the necessary consents being granted could make an individual home (or other) designed to the new owner’s specification which could include an off street parking space to the front. The ground floor accommodation is largely open plan with a cupboard close to the rear boundary and a WC. There is a staircase at either end of the property leading to the first floor which has been divided into a large store room and workshop along with a small office. The current accommodation which can be seen in greater detail on the attached floor plans currently has no outside space to the rear.

Agent’s Notes:
The property is likely to be un-mortgageable in its current condition so should appeal to cash buyers and developers.

There is currently no formal usage class so any development or conversion will be likely to require planning permission before works commence.

There is mains electricity, water and drainage connected to the property.


Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Guide price: £250,000
House size: 1,687 square feet
Features: Off street parking space, Close to Cambridge station

Further details can be found here.

Barn for Conversion for Sale: Guestling, East Sussex

31 Oct
October 31, 2012

It’s been a little while since I posted a property for renovation and came across this example whilst on my travels.

It’s an opportunity to acquire a detached grade ii listed barn with an oak framed interior and planning consent for conversion to residential use occupying a commanding hill top position in 3 acres with outstanding views across undulating countryside in the brede valley. Plus, it has further land available if desired.
Proposed Accommodation:

Barn: Double Height Hall, Cloak/Shower Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Study, Family Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Bedroom 4 & En Suite Shower Room, Master Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom, Two Further First Floor Bedrooms, Family Bathroom.

Annexe: Lobby | Shower | Ancillary Accommodation/ Home Office |

Outside: Triple Garage | 3 Acres | Further Land by Separate Negotiation

The property is set back from a minor lane lane and is located in a commanding, elevated position with far reaching, widespread rural views in a180° arc across open countryside in the Brede Valley and a nature reserve. Within approximately one mile is Guestling Green hamlet with primary school. In the village of Pett there is a church, public house and convenience store.

Asking Price Of £475,000
Further information available here.

For Sale: Barn for Conversion – Norwich, Norfolk

24 Jul
July 24, 2012

A detached barn for sale with planning permission for conversion to a 4 bedroom residential dwelling. As you can imagine with a listing such as this, the information is limited. All that is mentioned is that ‘Castle Barn is situated on the south-east corner of the site’ and is a ‘building built of a soft Norfolk red brick under a clay pantile roof. It has a gross internal area of 277 sq m (2988 sq ft) and has planning permission.’

Some information can be found on the property listing here and further information will more than likely be available on request. It is on the market for Offers in the region of £200,000.

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