Available with full planning consent for the conversion and refurbishment of this portal framed barn into an individual contemporary dwelling in the green belt. Offering four bedrooms and three bathrooms measuring approx. 3,000sq.ft. permitted by Class Q in the Town & Country Planning Order, 2015.
Set some way back from Hayden Lane, Hayden Barn is a portal framed agricultural barn which benefits from full planning consent to change its use into a unique residential dwelling through a significant programme of refurbishment and conversion. The proposed dwelling will benefit from an approximate gross internal area of approx. 3,000sq.ft. with accommodation to be arranged over two floors and enjoying an open aspect across neighbouring ‘green belt’ land. The gardens and grounds amount to in excess of 0.35acres. Approached via a shared driveway with just two other individual homes, Hayden Barn offers a one off opportunity to create a one-off home of distinction. Despite offering an enjoyable level of peace and tranquility, the barn is located within 15minutes of the centre of Cheltenham with various amenities within a short drive. Also readily available are J.10 & 11 of the M5 which are only 2 miles distant.
19/00937/PDAD (Decided - November 2019).
19/00342/PDAD (Decided - July 2019).
The barn is to be serviced with electricity, water and mains drainage by the purchaser. The connections for each, including telecoms, are within 15meters, or so, of the barn.
Clarke Nicholls Marcel, Civil & Structural Engineers were instructed by our clients to carry out a structural report including extensive calculations on Hayden Barn in January 2019 in order to ascertain the barns suitability for conversion for domestic usage.
Their conclusions are as follows:
•The original frameworks can be retained to support the existing room loading.
•New works can be self-supporting and built off the existing slabs.
•The structural frames of the barns can be retained without recourse to demolition or major repair.
•The conversion works will be able to be constructed with lightweight materials so as to meet the building regulations and to accommodate the upgrade from agricultural to domestic design requirements.
•The gable end steelwork will be able to support the glazed end wall without the need for replacement or structural alteration.
A copy of the survey is available on the Tewkesbury Borough Council website using the planning reference.
NB: A further inspection was carried out in May 2019.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: To be valued for these purposes on completion of the conversion and renovation.
Prospective buyers will need to have appropriate protective footwear. Access to the property is strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.