The buildings are in a spacious plot, set back from the road and border open farmland to the east with far reaching views.
Building A, as identified on the sale plan, has consent to convert into two semi-detached dwellings comprising; a 3-bedroom and a 2-bedroom.
Building B has prior approval to convert into one detached 3-bedroom dwelling.
In all the site comprises circa 1.24 acres.
The site is rurally located east of Middle Drove with the village of Marshland St James 3 miles to the north-west.
The village of Marshland St James is a well-known west Norfolk fenland village which is situated circa 7 miles from Watlington main line train station to Ely, Cambridge and London. The village offers local amenities including a public house, playing fields and new community centre with further amenities found in the adjacent village Emneth. Educational and leisure facilities can be found locally in Wisbech and King's Lynn which is circa 14 miles away.
Barn A is a general purpose building of reinforced concrete portal frame construction and brick and block work walls under a corrugated fibre cement roof measuring circa 211m2.
The vendor has obtained prior approval to convert this building into two dwellings, a 3 bedroom property and 2 bedroom property under application ref: 20/00896/PACU3.
This proposal will allow the conversion of the building into modern dwellings with open and spacious accommodation offering far reaching views of the local landscape.
Under the current plans the 3 bedroom dwelling will comprise; 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room, family bathroom, open plan kitchen, dining and living area, WC, utility and entrance hall. The second property will comprise; 2 bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, family bathroom, open plan living, dining room and kitchen area, utility, WC and entrance hall.
Externally, both properties will have a store.
Barn B lies north-east of Barn A. The vendor has obtained prior approval to convert Barn B into a 3-bedroom property under application ref: 20/00897/PACU3.
Barn B is a general agricultural building of circa 119m2 with a steel portal frame structure, cement fibre sheet roof and profile sheet cladding with an open entrance to the southern elevation.
Under the current plans the accommodation will comprise; 3 bedrooms with one en-suite shower room, family bathroom, open plan kitchen, dining and living area, WC and entrance hall. Under the plans it is proposed that the property is clad with ship lapped timber boarding, stained grey.
Please note: These dimensions and areas have been obtained via a desktop measuring exercise therefore these are approximate only and the accuracy cannot be wholly guaranteed, so we would advise purchasers to undertake their own investigations as necessary.
EXCHANGE OF CONTRACTS and COMPLETION
Exchange of contracts will take place within 21 days of receipt by the
purchasers' solicitor of a draft contract with completion no later than 28 days thereafter. A deposit of 10% of the purchase price will be payable on exchange of contracts.
TOWN and COUNTRY PLANNING
The local authority for this area is Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council. A copy of the consents, supporting documents together with plans can be viewed from Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council's planning website.
Strictly by appointment with the agents Brown and Co.
Please contact the selling agent for the full details 01603 629871.
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