Building Plot For SaleFour Winds Lot 2, Longford Lane, Longford, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Guide price £280,000 Sale Agreed
Lot 2 - An exciting opportunity to purchase a barn with planning permission for conversion to create a 3 bedroom house, and about 1.51 acres of grazing land in a delightful rural position.
- A farm building with planning permission for conversion Ref: 19/00283/PDA
- Proposed accommodation includes an open plan living kitchen/diner with sitting room, master bedroom with en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and family bathroom
- About 1.51 acres of grazing land, about 2.1 acres in total
- Stunning countryside surroundings
- A wide range of schools within easy reach
- Close to major conurbations
Four Winds is situated in a very attractive area of Derbyshire, less than half a mile south of the rural village of Longford with good access to a number of conurbations and major roads. The A50
and M1 are both easily accessed from Longford, with Derby and East Midlands Airport within easy reach. A range of services are available in the neighbouring villages, whilst a wider range of
services are available in Ashbourne, Derby and Burton on Trent. Longford is not far from the edge of the Peak District National Park which offers wonderful landscapes and great opportunities
for walking, cycling, climbing and horse riding. Carsington Water is about 14 miles away and offers water sports activities and fishing. A range of schools lie within easy reach including Queen
Elizabeth's Grammar School in Ashbourne and a number of independent secondary schools, notably, Derby Grammar School, Derby High School, and Repton School.
The property is approached via a private tarmac driveway leading off Longford Lane.
Lot 2 A farm building with planning permission and approximately 1.51 acres of grazing land.
A farm building which benefits from planning permission for conversion with prior approval (Ref: 19/00283/PDA) was granted by Derbyshire Dales District Council on Friday 3rd May 2019 for
change of use of the farm building into a three bedroom ground floor house with the proposed accommodation extending to about 1,872 sq. ft. GIA (gross internal area). Prospective purchasers should make their own independent enquiries
regarding service connections, although it is understood that mains electricity and water supplies are present nearby. There is
to be an easement granted across lot 1 to allow independent connections to services for lot 2.
The conversion will benefit from west facing views over surrounding countryside across Derbyshire and has the potential to be developed into a spectacular bespoke home with land.
Lot 2 is edged yellow on the sale plan. The purchasers will be responsible for erecting within 6 weeks of completion stock proof fencing on their boundaries currently unfenced, and will be responsible for maintaining the same.