Guide Price £220,000
Barn Conversion Opportunity, Middleton Barn
Middleton, Belford, Northumberland
We are delighted to present a unique barn conversion development opportunity located at Middleton, Northumberland. The property is located in open countryside, adjoining a small steading, with spectacular views towards Budle Bay and the Farne Islands.
Located 2 miles to the south is the village of Belford. The village has a good range of amenities including first and middle school,
supermarket, doctors, hotel and pubs.
The property has full planning permission for conversion of existing building to a residential dwelling which amounts to approximately 2906 square feet / 270 square metres inclusive of a double garage. The property additionally benefits from being located within the vicinity of prominent Northumberland tourist spots allowing the opportunity to achieve good potential earnings as a holiday let. The property is located approximately 0.75 miles from the A1, and
Berwick upon Tweed train station, located on the east coast main line is 14 miles.
Planning permission has been granted for the proposed conversion of existing barn to 1 dwelling Northumberland County Council (application reference: 20/01108/FUL) on 19 June 2020. The buyer will be required to pay a coastal mitigation contribution of £615 to Northumberland County Council. Full planning details are available within the information pack.
Vehicular access is taken from the a public highway (C58) onto a private shared drive.
We are advised electricity and water connections are located in the vicinity of the property. A new package treatment plant for foul water will be required as part of the development Purchasers are required to confirm the exact location and suitability of services to meet their requirements.
An information pack is available on request, which includes:
• Decision notice
• Sale boundary plan
• Site plan
• Architectural drawings
• Structural assessment
• Plus further additional information.
Strictly by appointment only. Interested parties must provide prior notification to the contact details enclosed.