RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY
Location & Description
An interesting and versatile range of outbuildings having the benefit of planning consent for residential conversion. The buildings are situated in a rural location close to the Gloucestershire/Herefordshire borders approximately 2 miles north of the village of Dymock.
The barn and associated buildings are set around a courtyard. The accommodation will principally be laid out to the ground floor and the approved plan creates two bedroomed accommodation.
The village of Dymock offers a good range of local facilities and the country towns of Ledbury (approximately 5 miles) and Newent (approximately 6 miles) are easily accessible. Each offers a comprehensive range of facilities. Gloucester, Hereford, Worcester, Malvern and Ross-on-Wye are each within easy travelling distance and the M50/M5 motorway network can be accessed at Bromsberrow Heath, approximately 4 miles away.
The approved plan provides for the creation of the following accommodation:
Living Room with stairs to first floor area
The buildings are set around a central courtyard area.
The vendor is prepared to discuss positioning of boundaries with prospective purchasers.
Mains water and electricity are available. A private drainage system will need to be installed and the necessary easements will be provided.
The property is freehold and offered with the benefit of vacant possession on completion.
Planning consent was granted on March 23rd 2015 by Forest of Dean District Council under the terms of a Certificate of Lawful Use or Development. Full details are available at the Agent's Ledbury Office. Planning Application number P0400/15/LD2
By prior appointment to be made through the Agent's Ledbury Office.
The property is being offered for sale upon instructions received from a relative of an employee of John Goodwin FRICS who is therefore a "connected person" under the terms of the Estate Agents Act 1979 (as amended).
The approach from Ledbury is via the Ross road (A449). Proceed for approximately 2½ miles and at Preston Crossroad turn left (signposted Dymock). Proceed for approximately ¼ of a mile and at the crossroads take the left hand turn and the buildings are located after a short distance on the right hand side.