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Calcott Hall, Llanymynech, SY22

  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Acreage: 2.4
£650,000 Offers Over
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Property Features

  • Grade II listed Georgian Country Hall
  • U-shaped traditional brick barns
  • Grounds extend to 2.37 acres
  • Planning and Listed building consent to renovate the Hall
  • Planning and listed Building Consent for conversion of Barns into 7 dwellings
  • Lovely restoration project
  • Further land available to purchase by separate negotiation
  • Unique opportunity to renovate a Country House

Property Summary

FULL PLANNING CONSENT and LISTED BUILDING CONSENT RECENTLY GRANTED to renovate the Calcott Hall and convert the traditional barns to up to 7 dwellings. A Grade II listed Georgian Country Hall with traditional brick barns in grounds extending to 2.37 acres (0.96 ha). .36 acres of land available to purchase by separate negotiation.

Full Details

A Grade II listed Georgian country hall with traditional u-shaped brick barns set in surrounding countryside. The property extends to 2.37 acres (0.96 ha). The property is currently within the planning process to renovate the Hall and convert the traditional barns to up to 7 residential units. The hall is in need of complete renovation and offers tremendous potential for a purchaser to restore it to its former grandeur. A further 36 acres of prime agricultural land with fishing rights along the river Vyrnwy is available to purchase by separate negotiation.

Agent's note: The photographs were taken in April 2020.

Calcott Hall is situated near to the Welsh and English border, within convenient distance of the village of Four Crosses where there is a primary school and medical centre and Llandrinio with post office, convenience store and garage.

The property is within convenient distance of the following market towns with excellent public transport links, both with independent and state schools and modern day amenities.

Calcott Hall is a Grade II listed property believed to have been built circa. 1725. The property has been identified to have been built over four main phases which includes the original Georgian Hall, a later C.18th lean-to extension to the east elevation, the addition of the octagonal lantern and ogee pediment to the west elevation in circa. 1800 and a number of various C.19th additions, extensions and modification mainly to the east elevation.

Calcott Hall is linked to the north west by the U-shaped configuration of traditional brick agricultural buildings that were built in 1858. These superseded an earlier layout that were previously positioned further to the north.

Calcott Hall is recognised as having a national significance and high heritage value, being a rare example of an early Georgian Country House in Montgomeryshire.

Calcott Hall is a Grade II listed property with a U-shaped range of traditional brick barns to the north within a courtyard setting. The hall requires complete renovation providing a unique project for someone looking to restore this type of property to its former grandeur.

The property commands outstanding views over the surrounding Montgomeryshire and Shropshire countryside. The property is enclosed to the south east by lawned gardens with mature trees and part brick boundary wall. The property is accessed via a concrete track from the council maintained highway.

The Hall is constructed of brick walls under a pitched slate roof with brick chimney stacks. The property is set over four storeys with a basement beneath most of the footprint and attic accommodation within the roof space. There are original features throughout including the centrally located dog-legged staircase, sash windows and original sawn timbers.

The barns are located within a U-shaped configuration and are linked to Calcott Hall at one end. The barns are constructed of brick walls under a pitched slate roof. The barns are set over single and two storeys and still have original features which include arched doorways and windows, stable doors and grain store.

The buildings listed building consent and planning consent for conversion to up to 7 residential units along with renovation of Calcott Hall, and alterations to the existing vehicular access.

Planning ref: 20/0231/LBC and 20/0230/FUL

Mains electricity, mains water and private drainage

The property is offered for sale by private treaty.

Freehold with Vacant Possession

Powys County Council
Planning ref: 20/0231/LBC and 20/0230/FUL

The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light , drainage, water and electricity supplies and any other rights and obligations, easements and proposed wayleaves for masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains and water, gas and other pipes, whether referred to in the Sale details or not.

Plans are for identification and reference purposes only. The purchaser(s) shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves of the description of the property. Any error or mis-statement shall not annul a sale or entitle any party to compensation.

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