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FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER - By Friday 8th July at 12 noon.
A fabulous opportunity to purchase a yard of traditional barns and modern farm buildings with tremendous development potential subject to the necessary planning consents. The site amounts to approximately 1.89 acres with the Kemp Brook at its foot. Situated in idyllic South Shropshire countryside within close proximity to the village of Lydbury North and market town of Bishops Castle. EPC 'Exempt'.
The development yard and barns at Brockton offers a fantastic opportunity for a multitude of disciplines. There is no official planning consent attached to the property, however, it lends itself very well to development, subject to the necessary consents.
The Kemp Brook runs along the southern boundary of the site, and in recent years during heavy rainfall the southern section of the site does flood. However, this can be addressed in the planning stages in order to preserve the development potential of the existing barns.
There is mains electricity on site with mains water in the road. Upon completion the site will be completely cleared and levelled.
Brockton is a delightful rural village situated approximately 3 miles south east of the town of Bishops Castle, with some truly outstanding views of the surrounding South Shropshire Hills.The pretty South Shropshire village of Lydbury North thrives with its own primary school, church, village hall, public house, and community supported village shop.
Bishops Castle itself is situated approximately 25 miles south west from Shropshire's county town of Shrewsbury, and approximately 20 miles from Ludlow. Shropshire lies between the Welsh border and the West Midlands, and is equally well placed for visits to the Welsh coast or Birmingham and beyond. Bishops Castle is an ancient town, which dates back to 792 AD and is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, but unfortunately the castle from which it derives its name is no longer in existence.Bishops Castle is a lively market town, and has many facilities including a primary and secondary school, leisure centre, small cottage hospital, dentist, doctors, restaurants, public houses (two of which brew their own beer) and, individual shops and businesses. There is a good bus link to Shrewsbury every day, with local rail links at Broome, and Craven Arms.
The property comprises of the following: 1. Double Storey Stone and Box Profile Traditional Barn2. Double Storey Stone and Corrugated Iron (Hatched Under) Timber Clad Traditional Barn3. Single Storey Stone and Slate Traditional Barn4. Steel Portal Frame Corrugated Iron and Fibre Cement Modern Building.5. Single Storey Stone Traditional Barn6. Corrugated Iron Dutch Barn 7. Corrugated Iron Double Barn with Steel Portal Frame Lean Too to Each Side8. Hardcore Yard
This is an indication of the seller's current minimum acceptable price. The guide price is given to assist prospective purchasers in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase.
Method of Sale
The land is offered for sale by Informal Tender. Written tenders are to be received in writing at the McCartneys, Craven Arms office on the prepared Tender Form by no later than 12 noon on Friday 8th July 2022.Tenders to be placed in a sealed envelope and marked ''Barns at Brockton'.The Vendor reserves the right to refuse the highest or indeed any tender.
Anti-Money Laundering Regulations
The successful purchaser should please provide a photographic form of ID such as driver's licence or passport, and a utility bill or bank statement confirming their home address.
Health & Safety
The Agent advises all prospective purchasers when viewing the property to take due care.
We are informed that the property is connected to Mains Water Close By. Mains Electricity on Site.
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