The barns at Lower Tedney are in an idyllic rural situation between the villages of Clifton upon Teme and Whitbourne.
Both villages offer good local amenities such as public houses, village shops, post offices and a good school in Clifton upon Teme.
The local and historic market town of Bromyard lies approximately 7 miles west and offers an extensive range of amenities to include: theatre, library, doctors surgery, shops, leisure centre, equestrian centre and supermarket.
The Bromyard Down and Bringsty Common provide plenty of walking opportunities and the National Trust Estate at Brockhampton is also located nearby.
The City of Worcester is approximately 10 miles east and can cater for a diverse selection of social, retail, leisure and cultural requirements.
There is horse racing on the banks of the River Severn, county cricket below the Cathedral and rugby at Sixways.
Herefordshire and Worcestershire are counties renowned for excellent choice of schools in both the private and public sectors.
Nearby Clifton upon Teme has a local primary school as does Broadwas on Teme, which both feed into the Chantry.
For fee paying schools, Abberley Hall Preparatory School is within easy reach toghether with options in Malvern, Hereford and Worcester.
The property has good road communications situated just off A44 and the M5 motorway is accessible at Worcester north Junction 6 and south at Junction 7.
Mainline railway services are available from Worcester and offer direct services to London, Birmingham and Manchester.
The site comprises a range of traditional farm buildings together with one large general purpose modern farm building at Lower Tedney Farm.
The sale excludes two farm cottages known as Tedney Cottages which will be retained by the vendors and are let under protected tenancies.
Whilst the site has planning permission for 6 residential dwellings out of the range of traditional buildings fronting the lane, informal advice has been obtained from planning consultants who believe that there may be potential for 3 dwellings to be created from the roadside traditional buildings plus a fourth unit from the southern most building (currently having planning permission as garaging).
In addition, there would be potential under Permitted Development Rights for up to 450sq m of the farm building to the north-east of the farm cottages (the whole building extends to about 565sq m).
As per the plan our clients propose to reserve the area hatched pale blue as potential parking/open garaging to serve both the development and the 2 farm cottages. This will reduce the potential area for development to 374.35 sq m net of garaging, which together with potential for first floor accommodation over much of the area, should be more than sufficient for 3 dwellings.
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