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At Brook Cottage, Wentnor, Bishops Castle, SY9
Guide price £150,000 | 2 bedrooms | 4.12 acres


**OPEN VIEWING MORNING ON SATURDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2018 BETWEEN 9AM TO 11AM**DEVELOPMENT BARNS AT BROOK HOUSE, PROLLEY MOOR, WENTNORThere are two agricultural barns that are to be incorporated into the single conversion. A timber pole and corrugated iron detached barn 23'2" x 17'5" (7.06m x 5.3m) with loft above with two lean-toos attached (approx. 4m x 2.75m) and a concrete block workshop 33'4" x 11'8" (10.16m x 3.56m) built in the 1970's constructed out of concrete block walls and asbestos roofing.Attached is a copy of the detailed planning consent, however, it is proposed that the two above barns are linked by a new extension connecting the two existing barns. In brief, the concrete block barn will remain single storey accommodating the Kitchen/Dining Room and Sitting Room, and the timber pole barn being double storey including two double Bedrooms with en-suites, Study/Dressing Room and the hallways and stairs. The new extension between the two barns will create the main Entrance, WC and Utility.The full planning details can be found on the Shropshire Council Planning Portal under application number 17/03194/FUL. The planning permission was granted on 3rd July 2017 which needs to be commenced within 3 years (02/07/2020).There is also a 3-bay steel portal frame open fronted general-purpose building (45'7" x 60'4", 13.9m x 18.4m) providing a versatile building.The proposed entrance/driveway to the dwelling is between the conversions and the open fronted general-purpose building, with the one directly adjacent to the barns for conversion being closed off. The barns are accessed off the council maintained single track Prolley Moor/Adstone Lane.The land amounting to just over 4 acres sits around the barns, providing a blank canvas for the successful purchaser to create their own garden areas before separating it from the remainder of land.The Criftin Brook runs through the middle of the land, providing a natural water supply to the land, currently laid to permanent pasture. The land is bound by mature hedgerows and trees with stock proof fencing in places. The property is offered for sale as a whole by Informal Tender with tenders closing on Friday 30th November 2018 at midday (unless sold previously).

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