Barn Conversion : Bicknacre

Woodham Hall Barns consist of a range of traditional-framed, timber-clad barns set in a plot extending to approximately 1.5 ha (3.71 acres), with planning permission for conversion to three residential units and scope (subject to planning) for further development (subject to an overage condition).

Guide Price
£999,950

Description

Woodham Hall Barns consist of a range of traditional-framed, timber-clad barns set in a plot extending to approximately 1.5 ha (3.71 acres), with planning permission for conversion to three residential units and scope (subject to planning) for further development (subject to an overage condition).

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Description

Woodham Hall Barns consist of a range of traditional-framed, timber -clad barns with planning permission for conversion to three residential units. These include a detached timber framed and clad Essex Barn, steel-framed modern grain store, agricultural Pole Barn and timber cart lodge. There is planning consent to convert to 3 dwellings and scope (subject to planning) for further development.

The property is accessed directly from the Main Road over a shared drive into a courtyard. To the rear of the site, views will be enjoyed over woodland and open farmland. Each unit will have garden accommodation.

The property extends in total to approximately 1.5 Ha (3.71 acres) including grazing paddocks.

Location

Woodham Hall Farm is located adjacent to Essex Wildlife Trust woodland on the outskirts of Bicknacre, a sought after village with several shops, Post Office and pubs as well as the popular Britannic Park. The property lies approximately 9km from the centre of Chelmsford, 6km from South Woodham Ferrers, as the crow flies. The A130/A12 is approximately 12 miles by road.

Access

The property is accessed directly from the Main Road over a shared drive in to a courtyard.

The Buildings

Barn 1:

Traditional Essex Barn of approximately 205 sqm (2213sqft). Planning permission to convert to a two storey residential unit.

Ground Floor

  • Entrance via main full height midstrey
  • Open-plan kitchen and dining room 
  • Utility
  • Lounge
  • Bedroom with en-suite and cloakroom
  • Snug

First Floor

  • Bedroom 1 with en-suite
  • Bedroom 2
  • Bedroom 3
  • Family Bathroom

Barns 2 & 3:

Traditional single storey stable block of approximately 88 sqm (949 sqft) and 114 sqm ( 1233 sq ft). Planning permission to convert to a two storey residential units, each providing:

Ground Floor

  • Entrance Hall
  • Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Open-plan lounge and dining room
  • Family Bathroom

Barn 4:

Former grain store of approximately 391 sqm (4214 sqft)

Barn 5:

Pole barn of approximately 197 sqm (2130 sqft) 

Externally

To the rear of the site, views will be enjoyed over woodland and open farmland.

Town Planning

The local planning authority is Chelmsford City Council. Planning permission was granted for the conversion of the single-storey traditional buildings and main Essex Barn into three residential dwellings (15/00951/FUL). A pack of planning documents is available from the selling agent however prospective purchasers must make themselves aware of the planning conditions and opportunities. Please note that a community infrastructure levy charge will apply.

An indication has also been given by Chelmsford City Council for the potential conversion of the traditional grain store into a dwelling house(s) under application 1700069/CUPAQ. No enquiries have been made regarding the potential re-use of the existing pole barn, although this may well hold scope for potential conversion as well.

 

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