Knockin, Oswestry, Shropshire
- No upward chain
- Development opportunity
- Barn Conversion
- Two dwellings
- Or large 5 bedroom barn conversion with two bedroom annexe
- Not subject to CIL payments
- Popular village location
- Close to nearby transport links
THE BARNS Set in a picturesque village location, this unique development opportunity allows the creation two dwellings or possibly a large dwelling with an annexe (subject to planning). The development is not subject to CIL payments. The larger of the two properties would comprise a large kitchen/diner with utility, a living room, a study, five double bedrooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom. This property would have an attached double garage complete with a wood store, boot room and additional storage space. The smaller of the two properties will comprise a living room, kitchen, family bathroom and two double bedrooms. Both properties will come with off-road parking and gardens. The design incorporates many of the original features including large openings and vaulted ceilings.
LOCATION Knockin is a charming village in the county of Shropshire, with its own local shop and public house. It is closely located to the A5 for access North towards Oswestry and North Wales and west towards the M54 and Birmingham. The medieval market town of Shrewsbury is within 13 miles and the market town of Oswestry within 6 miles. The area is known for excellent walking and bridleway routes, with nearby Nesscliffe being an acclaimed area for hiking.
PLANNING Full planning permission was granted on the 13th September 2011 for the conversion of a substantial barn to create two residential dwellings. The vendor began the development process before the one year expiration. The property is not liable to CIL payments.
Application number: 10/05252/FUL.
A determination of application for variation of condition App number: 16/03099/VAR.
RIGHTS AND WAYLEAVES The site is sold subject to or with the benefit of any rights of way, wayleaves, easements or restrictions which may not exist whether mentioned within these particulars or not.
TENURE The site is understood to be freehold and offered for sale by Private Treaty with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion.
SERVICES We have been informed by the vendor there is access to mains electricity and drainage (these have not been checked / tested and) are likely to require updating. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the appropriate suppliers and connection arrangements.
DIRECTIONS: From Shrewsbury head out on the A5 and at the Felton Butler roundabout take the second exit onto the Nesscliffe by-pass. At the end of the Nesscliffe by-pass at the roundabout take the first exit signposted for Knockin (B4396). Continue on this road for approximately 1.7 mile until reaching the village of Knockin and then continue past he Old Forge bed and breakfast, Bradford Arms public house and the property can then be found a short distance on the right hand side,
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