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The Hangar,
 Milsoms Kesgrave Hall,
 Hall Road, Kesgrave IP5 2PU

Contact: 01473 333741  (https://www.milsomhotels.com/kesgrave-hall/ )



Set in woodlands just north of the village, country house hotel Milsoms Kesgrave Hall is on the outskirts of Ipswich, in Suffolk.
Milsoms Kesgrave Hall enjoys stunning surroundings, with 38 acres of grounds including a stream which joins the River Fynn, which in turn is a tributary of the Deben.
There is ample onsite parking. Adjacent to the Auction Room is the Award winning Milsoms restuarant, which provides an excellent range of hot and cold food and beverages.



Trecadwgan Farm, Solva, Haverfordwest, SA62 6XJ

GUIDE PRICE CIRCA 650,000
A 14th century smallholding requiring complete refurbishment work and remains original in style and layout whilst outside there is a tremendous range of old stone outbuildings ripe for renovation into holiday cottages in a courtyard style setting, Further more modern multi purpose buildings, paddocks, and a large garden with views. This is a property that genuinely has huge potential. EER: 27/65



Situated in a beautiful location with distant views of the popular Solva Harbour. The property and land sits close to the Pembrokeshire coast located on the outskirts of Solva off a minor country road.
ACCOMMODATION
Lounge, reception/sitting room, sitting room, kitchen, utility, 5 bedrooms, cold room.
Apply Haverfordwest 01437 768281




New Buildings, Sandford, Crediton

Guide price 600,000 | 3.0 acres

Planning permission for 3 detached homes
Beautiful countryside location



The development land is situated a mile outside of the hamlet of New Buildings, in the heart of the glorious Mid Devon countryside. The nearby village of Sandford has a primary school, post office, church and two pubs. Copplestone (2 miles) has a primary school, pub, post office/shop and church. Further local amenities can be found in Morchard Bishop (3 miles) including primary school, places of worship and a pub. The thriving market town of Crediton (3 miles) provides a good number of independent shops together with banks, garages, supermarkets and post office as well as schooling and sports centre with indoor swimming pool.
Contact: 01392 255202



Trevenna Cross, St. Mawgan, Newquay

Guide price 500,000

Outline Planning Permission
2 Adjoining Plots
Total c.55 of an Acre


TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING PERMISSION
Outline Planning Permission was granted on appeal on 6th January 2020 (APP/D0840/W/19/3237217) for the construction of two residential dwellings. Copies of the relevant appeal decision and associated drawings are available from Stags' Truro office on request or alternatively can be viewed on the Cornwall Council online planning register - www.planning@cornwall.gov.uk.
Strictly and only by prior appointment with Stags' Truro office on 01872 264488.




Sidford

Offers in excess of 500,000 | 13 bedrooms | 0.41 acres

Victorian Industrial Building
PP for 3 Houses & 1 live/work
Ref 18/1169/FUL
Full Planning Consent
3 x 4 Beds
1 Bed live/work unit
B1 Commercial unit 1,593 sqft
Mains services nearby

Built in the Victorian era this substantial brick building and outhouses has full planning consent to convert into 4 unique homes looking over the Sid Vale. Operated at one time as a laundry, this former industrial building has a wonderful character and heritage that blends perfectly with a modern conversion and development.
The planning permission granted under ref 18/1169/FUL dated 18 January 2019 illustrates a conversion scheme with three homes in the main building, a live/work unit and a modern 1,593 sq ft space for B1 office use.
In all the site extends to approximately 0.41 Acres
Contact: 01404 45885



Middle Green Road, Wellington

Guide price 450,000 | 4 bedrooms | 0.5 acres
Property features
Traditional Barn
Four Bedrooms
Lounge
Kitchen/Dining Room
Rural Location
Excellent Accessibility
Rural Views
Set In Half An Acre
Contact: 01823 662822
A part converted traditional barn with consent for conversion to a four bedroom detached dwelling, down a private drive, set in half an acre, on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The barn comprises of an L-Shaped traditional building of brick, block and stone elevations under a slate roof
Taunton Deane Borough Council granted prior approval in respect of the change of use of the agricultural building to residential dwelling, in accordance with the enclosed plans, under application reference number 44/18/0009/CQ.




Golden Hill, Taunton

Guide price 400,000 | 0.5 acres
Property features
Planning for 14 Residential Dwellings
Selection of Houses and Flats
3 Tiered Site with Fine Easterly Views
Walking Distance of Town Centre
Contact our Wellington office
Contact: 01823 662822
Full planning permission was granted under application number 49/2006/008 for the erection of 14 residential units with associated parking, garages and amenity space, demolishen of old brewery buildings at the Old Hancock Brewery, Golden Hill, Wiveliscombe on 11th September 2006.



Copies of the decision notices and all associated planning documentation are available from Stags, Wellington office upon request.

Section 106 Agreement
A Section 106 Agreement is in place covering the development site which is dated the 8th September 2006 between Taunton Deane Borough Council and the vendor. The agreement sets out the requirement to pay, for dwellings which have by design fewer than two bedrooms, the sum of 859.00 for the promotion of sport and outdoor recreation. Dwellings which have by design two or more bedrooms, will be required to pay the sum of 2,644.00. A copy of the Section 106 Agreement is available from Stags, Wellington office upon request.



Wellington Hill, Wellington

Offers in excess of 400,000 | 0.5 acres
Property features
3 traditional barns with planning permission for residential
Foot of the Blackdown Hills
Accessible location
Attractive gardens and grounds
Additional buildings
Further land available
Contact: 01823 662822
These three barns are constructed principally of stone with brick quoins and benefit from numerous openings to provide excellent natural light particularly on the southern elevation. The two main south facing barns overlook the original part walled kitchen garden to Legglands and with the upside down accommodation will provide wonderful views across to the Blackdown Hills and Wellington Monument. The third barn comprises the former stables which will make an excellent Mews style property comprising hall, cloakroom, living room, kitchen/dining room together with two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The two adjoining barns will benefit from four bedrooms, bathroom (one en suite in the larger of the barns) on the ground floor and on the first floor cloakroom, living room and large open plan living room/kitchen/dining room.



The outside space will comprise the majority of the original kitchen garden which is partly walled together with further garden area and useful dutch barn which would ideally provide a parking area.
Planning consent was granted for the change of use from agricultural building to dwelling houses and associated building operations by Taunton Deane Borough Council on the 9th July 2018 under reference number 44/18/0011/CQ.
Taunton Deane Borough Council, The Deane House, Belvedere Road, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 1HE. Telephone Contact: 01823 356356, www.tauntondeane.gov.uk.



Clapham, Exeter

Guide price 400,000 | 6 bedrooms | 2.0 acres
Property features
Consent for 2 stylish 3-bed homes
Contemporary open plan living
Delightful rural views
Overall 2,116sq.ft.
Stable block (6 boxes + tack room)
Dutch barn
Parking
Garden
Overall 1.32 Acres



PLOT 1
This agricultural building has approved permission to convert into a stylish, contemporary home. The drawings show 3 bedrooms plus en suite to the master bedroom, family bathroom and open plan kitchen / diner / sitting room. It will be ideal for modern living and to enjoy the wonderful rural views. The scheme also shows parking and an area of land for a garden. The upper section measures 5m x 10.2m and the lower section measures 4.2m x 16.2m.

PLOT 2
Plot 2 is a detached former cow stalls with approved permission to convert into a wonderful, contemporary home. The approved drawings indicate 3 bedrooms plus en suite to the master bedroom, family bathroom and open plan kitchen / diner / sitting room. It will enjoy fine rural views.

THE GROUNDS
The properties comes with a timber stable block with 6 boxes plus tack room (5 measuring 3.5sq.m & 1 measuring 3.5m x 5m), which enables the purchaser to develop this plot into an impressive property with equestrian facilities. In addition there is a Dutch barn (18m x 4m). Overall the property amounts to about 1.32 Acres.

THE PERMISSIONS
Consent was granted by Teignbridge District Council (Ref No: 18/02246/NPA) Application for Prior Approval under Part 3 Class Q (a) and (b) paragraph W of the GDPO change of use of agricultural building to two dwellings.
Consent has also been granted for creation of a new vehicular access under Ref No: 19/01338/FUL.
Contact: 01392 255202



Ashreigney, Chulmleigh

Guide price 360,000 | 1.73 acres
Consent for 3 detached homes
1 x 1 Bedroom Single Storey
1 x 3 Bedroom Single Storey
1 X 3 Bedroom Two Storey
Other Former Farm Buildings
Approx. 2.64 Acres Overall
Contact: 01271 322833



BARN 1 the former Dairy, has consent for conversion to a 3 bedroom detached unit covering 158 square metres or 1700 square feet. There is a SILAGE PIT, walled on three sides, measuring 59 x 33 feet and FORMER MILKING PARLOUR measuring 59 x 41 feet, both offering potential for alternative uses subject to Planning Permission. There is shared initial access which becomes private. The area of ground being offered with this unit is approximately 0.88 of an acre of yard and paddock.

BARN 2 is a former Atcost Barn with consent for conversion to a 3 bedroom single storey residence covering 145 square meters or 1560 square feet. This is being sold together with a SLURRY RING, 40 feet in diameter and also has consent for a new private access. The area of land to be sold with this is approximately 0.46 of an acre, mainly garden.

BARN 3 is a former Cart Shed with consent for conversion to a single storey, 1 bedroom dwelling covering 48 square meters or 516 square feet with potential for extension, subject to Planning Permission. This is being sold together with a Dutch Barn, 45ft x 20ft as well as yard and small area of paddock, in all about 0.38 acres. The Planning Authority is Torridge District Council, Riverbank House, Bideford, EX39 2 QG Tel. 01237 428700. The Planning references are;

SPECIAL NOTE
BARN 1 0397, decision date 8/6/18, BARN 2 0585, decision date 2/8/18, BARN 3 1237, decision date 22/1/19. There is an associated consent for alternative access and parking to BARN 2, Planning ref. 309, decision date 11/3/19.



Near Milton Damerel

Guide price 249,000 | 4 bedrooms | 2.02 acres

Barn for Conversion
Four Bedrooms
Four Bath / Shower Rooms
Open Plan Living Accommodation
Grass Paddock
2.02 Acres
Additional Land Available
01392 680059
LOT 1 includes a modern-style barn with planning consent under Class Q to create a single storey dwelling with four-bedrooms, four bath / shower rooms and an open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen. This lot extends to 2.02 acres (0.82 hectares) and includes a level paddock to the west of the barn.



Planning was granted by Torridge District Council on the 29th January 2019. The reference is: 1/1288/2018/AGMB.



Hatch, Loddiswell, Kingsbridge

195,000
Property features
Grade II Listed
Detached stone/cob barn
PP to convert to dwelling
Higher Court Barn is a traditional, part open-fronted building with the benefit of planning consent to convert to a dwelling. The plans have been prepared in reasonable detail by Architects BBH of Dartmouth but they are not for Building Regulation purposes.



When converted, the property will afford reverse-level, open-plan accommodation on the first floor and the bedrooms (currently two, both en-suite) on the ground floor.
There will also be a garage on the higher ground floor level with a utility room/store to the rear whilst externally it will have a courtyard and vehicular access to the front.
Mains electricity connected. Private water and drainage.
Contact: 01548 853131



Clayhidon, Cullompton

By auction 175,000 | 2 bedrooms | 7.0 acres
Property features
Auction Guide 175,000 - 200,000
Wonderful rural location
PP to convert
2 bedrooms, kitchen/living room & bathroom
Approx 7 acres
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Contact: 01823 662822
This former agricultural building has part stone elevations and is set centrally within its own plot with commanding views. There is vehicular access to the barn and the fields. In all, extending to approximately 6.92 acres. The fields are gently sloping.



The proposed accommodation is as follows: Two Bedroom, Bathroom and Kitchen/living area.
Full Planning permission has been granted under Application No, 18/01752/FULL for the change of use of a redundant agricultural building to dwelling and is dated 20th December 2018.
Mid Devon District Council, Phoenix House, Phoenix Lane, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6PP
Services
Will need to be connected.



Throop Road, Templecombe

Offers in the region of 165,000 | 4 bedrooms
Barn with PP to create a four bedroom home
Garden and parking
Rural views
Close to village and train station
Situated on a quiet no through road
The Cider Press barn at Middle Throop Farm is constructed of stone and brick, set in this idyllic rural position close to Templecombe on a quiet no through road.



The barn has full planning permission for an individual 4 bedroom property with private parking and a garden. A copy of the full planning permission can be found on South Somerset's planning website under reference number 18/01488/FUL.
Contact: 01935 475000



Godolphin Cross, Helston

Auction Guide 90,000 | 4.6 acres
Property features
Derelict Old Farmhouse
Uninhabitable
Range of Old Buildings
Poor State of Repair
Adjoining Unmanaged Pastureland Land
Total 4.60 Acres (1.86 Hectares)
Public Auction
Wednesday 11th March 2020
Auction Guide 90,000 to 125,000
Contact: 01872 264488
The old farm buildings are a mixture of stone and more modern buildings and they are presented in a dilapidated state of repair.



Adjoining to the north-east is a parcel of low-lying land which has been unmanaged for several years and is currently overgrown in areas, includes some low-level woodland and areas of pastureland. In total, Horsepool Farm extends to about 4.60 acres (1.86 hectares).