Unit 1, Bridge Farm, Meaux, HU17 9SS
UNIT 1 – BARN FOR CONVERSION
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An attractive traditional farm building suitable for conversion to form either a single dwelling or a live/work unit (subject to the grant of Planning Permission to replace the recently expired Planning Permission granted for this use) together with a grass paddock, the whole extending to 2.12 acres or thereabouts.
The property offers great scope and potential for a tasteful barn conversion in an attractive rural setting.
Bridge Farm, Meaux is situated on the east side of the Routh-Wawne road, south of the A1035 Beverley-Leven road. The farmbuilding is situated at the end of a tree-lined private drive leading from the Routh-Wawne road, approximately 2 miles south of Routh. Beverley lies some 6 miles by road to the west and central Hull some 6 miles to the south.
AGRICULTURAL BUILDING COVENANT
The farmbuilding (Unit 1) comprises part of a previously approved scheme of development granted planning consent under East Riding of Yorkshire Council Planning Reference: DC/12/03304/PLF/EASTSE. This was a planning consent dated 7th December 2012 for the conversion of redundant agricultural buildings to form 2 x no live/work units, including internal and external alterations and erection of a single storey extension and retention of a two-storey extension. This planning consent has now expired. The vendor is currently preparing an application for planning permission to replace the recently expired planning permission to form 2 x no. live/work units.
Condition No 2 of the recently expired planning consent, which relates to the traditional buildings at Bridge Farm, indicates that the units may be occupied either as a single dwelling or as a mixed use as a single dwelling and for business use, being Class B1 of the Schedule to the Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987.
Class B1 comprises offices (other than Class A2 – Financial Services) or for research and development of products or processes, or for light industry. Please note, however, that convenants will apply to the sale preventing use of the property for uses which might be likely to give rise to disturbance to the purchasers of the adjacent properties.
The accommodation provided by each of the two units, as converted/extended, is shown within the extract of the a
UNIT 1 – BARN CONVERSION
Edged green on the plan attached at Appendix A.
A brick/pantile farm building range formerly with planning consent to form a 4/5 bedroomed house or 3 bedroomed live/work unit plus offices.
Unit 1 comprises a two-storey barn conversion; living area, a living dining area, kitchen and office at ground floor level, with three bedrooms and an office at first floor level. The offices on each of the floors could alternatively be used as further living accommodation under the terms of the planning consent.
The architect’s drawings show an area schedule of 194 square metres (2087.44 sqft) of floor space within Unit 1.
UNIT 1 – GARDEN CURTILAGE/PADDOCK
Unit 1 is offered with gardens and grounds extending to 0.63 acres or thereabouts, including a car parking area to the south of the building.
A grass paddock area of 1.49 acres of land or thereabouts is offered with this Lot and lies to the east of the garden curtilage, accessed via a gateway from the garden.
Please also refer to the general stipulations within these particulars that make reference to services and boundary fencing covenants applicable to this property.
Unit 1 is offered with or without the paddock land.