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Farm building development opportunity near Wellington
Published June 10th, 2014
A unique residential development opportunity has arisen with the sale of a traditional farm building in open countryside with detailed planning consent for conversion into a four-bedroom property.
Thetraditional building at Broomfield House, Allscott, Telford has come on the market through Berrys with a guide price of £130,000.
The barn has detailed planning consent for conversion to a four bedroom dwelling with garaging and gardens.
Constructed between the late 18th century and the early 20th century, the farm buildings are no longer suitable for modern agricultural purposes but are of local historical and architectural significance. The site is away from the main road and surrounded by open countryside with unspoilt views.
The buildings extend to approximately 3,433 sq feet (319 sq metres) and forms part of a larger range of traditional buildings with one unit already undergoing a conversion.
“This attractive barn is situated in a quiet rural spot yet is close to the amenities of Telford and Wellington,” said Chris Jones at Berrys’ Shrewsbury office.
“With planning permission for a single dwelling this would be an ideal project for a self builder looking to develop a unique home in the countryside,” he added.
For further details contact Chris Jones at Berrys on 01743 271697 or download the particulars at www.berrys.uk.com