A barn with permission for conversion into two, two storey, three bedroom properties on a site extending to 0.21 acres
with far reaching views over Draycote Water.
Total Gross External Floor Area of Approximately 4,992 sq ft (464 sq m) – Gross Internal Area of 3,572 sq ft (332 sq m).
The property is situated just outside the village of Bourton On Dunsmore. Bourton is a small Warwickshire village with good links to the nearby towns of Rugby (6 miles) and Leamington Spa (7 miles). Coventry is approximately 10 miles to the north. The A45 is within 2 miles which leads to the M1 to the south (junction 17) and the M42 and Birmingham to the north. The M6, M40 and A14 are all within close proximity and provide excellent access to the Midland motorway network and beyond. Rugby and Warwick Parkway stations have direct trains to Euston bringing London to within one hour travelling time Birmingham International airport is within easy travelling distance being 25 miles to the west.
Bourton On Dunsmore is a sought after residential village surrounded by farm land and open countryside and next to Draycote Reservoir which has a sailing club, fishing facilities and also offers excellent country walks in the grounds.
The situation of the property is shown on the location plan.
A steel framed building with permission from Rugby Borough Council to convert into two residential properties extending to a total of 4,992 sq ft of developable space with a nett internal area of 3,572 sq ft (1,786 sq ft each) The accommodation is shown on the plans but will briefly comprise two mirror imaged properties with ground floor accommodation of dining kitchen, living room, downstairs WC, utility, study/bedroom 3 with first floor accommodation extending to two bedrooms, master bedroom with en suite and dressing room, with the second bedroom having en suite and wardrobes.
The properties will benefit from off road parking and east facing garden with open countryside views towards Draycote Water.
The traditional red brick barns at Home Farm were converted around ten years ago and access will be shared with these
and the farm building. Services are available within Birdingbury Road and an easement will be granted to the barn in order to connect to the services. It will be the responsibility of the purchaser to fence and maintain the appropriate parts of the site with a post and rail fence within three months of completion.
A Certificate of Lawful Use or Development was granted on 10th August 2015 under reference R15/0955 confirming the proposed development for change of use of the agricultural building to form two dwelling houses in accordance with details submitted under Prior Approval reference R15/0152 which expires on 12th March 2018. A copy of the relevant and approved drawings can be obtained electronically from the agent’s office.
Tenure & Possession
The whole of the property is offered as freehold with vacant possession of the building given at the end of the current Farm Business Tenancy which ends on 29th September 2017.
We believe that services are available within Birdingbury Road and it will be the responsibility of the purchaser to connect into these services. The vendor will grant the necessary rights in order for the purchaser to enable connection to mains water and electricity. Drainage will need to be to a private system within the purchaser’s own land.
Plan, Area & Description
The plan, area and description are believed to be correct in every way but no claim will be entertained by the vendor or their agents in respect of any error, omissions or misdescription. The plan is for identification purposes only.
Rights of Way Etc
The property will benefit from a right of way over the drive shown coloured blue on the plan with the maintenance provisions to be paid in accordance with use. The vendor will reserve a right of way for access between points X and Y.
Rugby Borough Council Tel. 01788 533533
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At any reasonable time during daylight hours with a copy of these particulars to hand and at your own risk, it should be noted that there is working farm machinery close to the building.
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