Development Site For SaleAdam's Barn, Maidford, Towcester, Northamptonshire
Guide price £350,000 Sold
A unique residential development opportunity with land and countryside views. In all about 19.93 acres.
- Q class planning permission for conversion to a single residential dwelling.
- Accommodation to include open plan kitchen/breakfast/living room, double bedroom and bathroom.
- Views over its own land and surrounding countryside.
- In all about 8.06 hectares (19.93 acres).
Adam’s barn is situated close to the village of Maidford, in attractive unspoilt south Northamptonshire countryside. Local amenities can be found at the nearby village of Blakesley, about a mile and a half away, including a general store with post office, the Bartholomew Arms public house, garage, parish church and high performing primary school.
More facilities can be found at the market towns of Towcester and Daventry and the larger centre of Milton Keynes. Mainline train services from Milton Keynes to London (Euston) from 35 minutes and Banbury to London (Marylebone) from under 55 minutes. Connection to the national motorway system is found at junction 15a Rothersthorpe of the M1 motorway and junction 11 Banbury for the M40 motorway.
Adam’s Barn is situated in a rural location with fabulous rural views across its own land and
open fields. It is a traditional brick building, benefiting from Q class permission (permitted development) for conversion to a single residential dwelling, (application number S/2020/0052/PA, dated 11th March 2020) from South Northamptonshire Council.
Accommodation to include an open plan kitchen/breakfast/living room, a double bedroom and bathroom. The property is accessed via a private drive from the Maidford Road and benefits from being surrounded by its own pasture land. The traditional building currently adjoins modern farm buildings which are to be demolished before occupation of the new dwelling can be commenced.
In all about 8.06 hectares (19.93 acres). Please note that Adam’s barn is being offered for sale separately, in conjunction with the neighbouring sale of Glebe Farm and Littlecourt Yard, at Farthingstone (comprising 458 acres in total).