An opportunity to acquire a range of modern and traditional agricultural barns with planning consent under Class Q for conversion into two residential dwellings.
The land and barns at St Whites Farm adjoin the southern edge of Cinderford, a historic market town on the eastern fringe of the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire.
Situated just 0.9 miles from Cinderford town centre, the barns and land benefit from a strategic location with the Sneyd Wood Road residential development to the south west and open countryside to the east.
The site comprises a range of agricultural barns and yard space bordered by a wider ownership of retained land. Accessed via a private track off Sneyd Road, the yard encompasses a range of traditional agricultural buildings two of which benefit from approved planning consent for conversion under Class Q.
The area of agricultural Land adjoining (shaded blue on the attached plan within the sales particulars) which may have strategic development potential is available by way of separate negotiation.
The barns labelled as 'Barn B' and
'Barn C' (please see sales particulars attached) benefit from approved planning permission for conversion to residential under Class Q permitted development rights. The proposed conversions are as
Barn B - A four-bedroom house of 183.6 sqm (1,976 sqft) over two storeys to include parking, garden and
outhouse. The outhouse is to be used as a bat house only.
Barn C - A three-bedroom house of 111.9 sqm (1,204 sqft), part over two stories, to incorporate
accommodate a ground floor bedroom with ensuite, kitchen/dining room, W.C., lounge and to the first
floor, two double bedrooms with ensuites.
Viewings are strictly by prior arrangement with Bruton Knowles on the pre-arranged viewing days.
- Wednesday 22nd February 2023 9am-12pm
- Wednesday 1st March 2023 9am-12pm
An online information pack has been prepared containing all relevant documentation and plans. Please contact us for further information.
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