Almost Nine Acres Of Pasture And Paddock Offered Together With A Substantial Barn, Separate Stabling And Additional Ancillary Units (Including An Open Hay Barn), Currently In Recreational Use For Equestrian Purposes But With Potential For Partial Conversion To Provide Holiday Lets
Guide Price £225,000 - £275,000
Location & Description
This interesting parcel of land and buildings is situated on the outskirts of the highly popular and well served village of Welland where there is an excellent range of local amenities including a Post Office/Village Store, a primary school, church and two nearby public houses. The larger towns of Malvern (four miles), Upton upon Severn (three miles) and Ledbury (nine miles) are close at hand. The city of Worcester is about eleven miles. Transport communications are excellent with links to the M5 and M50 motorways just south of Upton about six miles away and mainline railway stations at both Malvern and Ledbury.
Southend Barns enjoy a secluded setting and a pleasant approach along Byfield Lane, a narrow partly made up but unadopted road that provides good vehicular access. The ground consists of pasture and paddock and extends to almost nine acres. It not only enjoys good vehicular access but also has power and water connected. Within the curtilage are a number of buildings which compliment the use of the land for equestrian purposes including a substantial stables, a very solid and more contemporary barn/rearing unit and a separate open bay hay barn. There are also a number of additional containers and units used for storage purposes.
A recent informal pre-application made by the current owners to Malvern Hills District Council for the conversion of the main barn into two holiday lets has produced a sympathetic response from the council although it should be noted that formal consent has not yet been granted.
Stable Block - 13.72m (45ft 0in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in) approx
Comprising three separate loose boxes and a tack room. Water supply connected.
Solid Block Barn/Workshop
This substantial building has a corrugated roof and has already been partitioned internally to provide a kitchen and toilet. It measures approximately 40' x 22' overall and has water and power connected as well as double entrance doors at one end. It is this building that was the subject of the aforementioned pre-application to Malvern Hills District Council who are sympathetic to its conversion into two separate holiday lets.
These consist of a number of small units including containers and shelters, principally for storage use only.
It is understood that a water supply is available in the stable block and that electricity is also available. Telephone and internet connections are available. Drainage is to a sceptic tank.
Offers between £200,000 and £300,000 are invited. If a sale is not arranged before the end of May it is likely that this site and its buildings will be offered for sale by way of public auction at a later date in the year.