The property is positioned at the top of a private track which leads from Lowestoft Road in Blundeston, a popular rural village on the Norfolk and Suffolk boundary positioned 3.5 miles north west of Lowestoft and 6 miles south of Great Yarmouth.
This is a private area with just four other dwellings having access from it and the position provides fabulous views over rolling countryside to the north, south and west. A unique location.
The property currently comprises former agricultural storage buildings of typical prefab construction with corrugated tin roof and a concrete floor base with an additional store building provided. The barn itself will provide a floor area of approximately 1,800 sq ft. This will involve the demolition of the side extension to the barn.
The area edged blue on the plan measures approximately one third of an acre (subject to formal survey).
We believe that mains water, drainage and electricity can be provided to the site, although purchasers should make their own enquiries.
The freehold of the property with the benefit of the planning consent is available at a Guide Price of £225,000.
Additional adjacent land could be made available and would be via separate negotiation.
The property has a current planning consent via Permitted Development Rights via Planning Use Class Q for the conversion of farm buildings to residential. The planning reference number is DC/19/1665/PN3 confirming the change of use – conversion of barn to residential. The area edged in red on the accompanying plan is that which has the benefit of the planning consent. Further land edged in blue is included, however, purchasers would need to satisfy themselves in relation to its planning status.
The accompanying plans to the planning application confirm a detached single storey dwelling of contemporary design providing a well proportioned dwelling with large entrance hall, principal bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms, family bathroom, separate wc, utility room, kitchen and open plan sitting room/dining room. The property benefits from generous fenestration affording superb countryside views across the Waveney Valley. The planning has a life span of five years from 10 July 2019, during which the conversion works must be completed.
The planning requires the developer to confirm that the access from Lowestoft Road is made suitable for the use of fifteen tonne weight fire tenders.
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents, BYCROFT COMMERCIAL: tel: 01493 844489 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.