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Ludham Hall Farm Barns, Hall Farm, Gt Yarmouth, NR29 5NU

For sale: £725,000.00|1.19 Acres|Land, Commercial Land


FOR SALE£725,000.00
SIZE1.19 Acres
ADDRESSLudham Hall Farm Barns, Hall Farm, Ludham, Gt Yarmouth, NR29 5NU
TYPELand, Commercial Land
TENUREDevelopment Opportunity, Under Offer, For Sale Freehold
POSTED ON13th December 2019


An extensive range of historic traditional buildings in a picturesque Broadland location with consent for conversion to 4 residential units in a site of 0.48 hectares (1.19 acres).


The buildings at Ludham Hall Farm comprise an extensive range of traditional barns overlooking the Broadland landscape.

The sensitively designed development scheme allows for the conversion of the range into 4 residential units with a total gross internal area of residential accommodation of in excess of 10,700sqft together with an additional area of garages and stores of 2,000sqft.

The site has an abundance of history with the building range being located opposite the 16th Century, Grade II* Listed, Ludham Hall. The land at Ludham was part of the Estate of the Abbey of St Benet's and the Hall became a residence for the Bishop of Norwich and known as 'The Bishop's Palace'. The Abbey at St Benet's is just over a mile to the south, accessed via public rights of way, and is one of the most famous landmarks of The Broads.

At the centre of the range is the principal and oldest barn, being an imposing early 18th Century Grade II listed building. Its impressive elevations include attractive features of honeycomb brick vents, stepped buttresses and two sets of double doors.

Thought to originally have had a thatched roof, the barn has developed over time to have a corrugated fibre cement sheeting roof which is to be replaced with pantiles under the development scheme. On the barn's eastern elevation is a modern general-purpose farm building which is to be demolished under the conversion scheme along with other modern additions to the range.

Beyond the Listed barn are the later brick-built buildings, the majority of which have pan-tile roofs. These include a set of buildings forming an attractive courtyard as well as open fronted cart shed at the northern end of the site.

North Norfolk District Council granted consent for the property to be converted to 4 residential units on 30th August 2018 under reference number PF/18/1126. A full copy of the planning permission, with the associated conditions, is available on the North Norfolk District Council planning portal or from the selling agents. The relevant listed building consent was granted on the same date under reference LA/18/1127.

For a full brochure please contact Anne Barker 01603 629871.


The barn complex is located just outside the village of Ludham overlooking the Broads National Park which comprises 7 rivers and 63 broads with 125 miles of navigable waterways. The village centre is approximately a mile to the north east and provides local shops including a butchers, delicatessen and tea room. The nearby towns of Stalham (6 miles to the north) and Wroxham (6.6 miles to the west) provide more extensive local services. Wroxham has a train station with regular services to Norwich and the coastal town of Sheringham.

The Cathedral City of Norwich is approximately 20 miles to the south-west and offers extensive shopping and leisure facilities and a regular main line rail service to London Liverpool Street with an approximate journey time of 1 hour 40 minutes. Norwich Airport, on the northern outskirts of the city, has regular flights to the continent via Schiphol (Amsterdam). The north-east coast with its' sandy beaches, can be reached approximately 10 miles away at Waxham. The North Norfolk coast, must of which is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is approximately 30 miles by road.

( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 404858 )


Location: Ludham Hall Farm Barns, Hall Farm, Ludham, Gt Yarmouth, NR29 5NU

Acle (4.7 miles)

Hoveton & Wroxham (5.0 miles)

Lingwood (5.5 miles)


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