EASTWELL, MELTON MOWBRAY
Guide price £300,000, 4 bedrooms, barn

Under offer

Key features

  • *SUPERB GRADE II LISTED IRON STONE BARN FOR CONVERSION*
  • *PLANNING PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION INTO A SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING OF APPROX 3100 SQFT*
  • *DELIGHTFUL RURAL POSITION WITH OPEN VIEWS TO FRONT AND REAR*
  • *EARLY TO MID 19TH CENTURY THRESHING BARN DATING BACK TO 1805*

Property Description

*SUPERB GRADE II LISTED IRON STONE BARN FOR CONVERSION*
*PLANNING PERMISSION FOR CONVERSION INTO A SUBSTANTIAL DWELLING OF APPROX 3100 SQFT*
*DELIGHTFUL RURAL POSITION WITH OPEN VIEWS TO FRONT AND REAR*
*EARLY TO MID 19TH CENTURY THRESHING BARN DATING BACK TO 1805*

This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II Listed Iron Stone barn with Permission for conversion into a single substantial dwelling which will provide approx. 3,100 square feet of accommodation, plus garaging and storage. Situated next to an organic farm, in this delightful rural spot on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir; with a southerly aspect to the rear. The barn is a short distance from the village of Eastwell, which has a Church, new Village Hall and a Spa and is only a 10 minute drive from Belvoir Castle and The Engine Yard rural shopping. The market town of Melton Mowbray is around a 15 min drive away offering a wide range of shopping, leisure facilities and schooling. Grantham Railway Station is approx. 20 minutes’ drive with direct access to London Kings Cross on the East Coast line in around 1 hour.



The building is an early to mid-19th Century threshing barn dating back to 1805 built of coursed squared iron stone, with stone-coped gables to both ends and a pan tile roof. There are many feature including arrow slit windows, arched central doorways and superb roof trusses and structure, which will all add to the character of a classic barn conversion. The approved plans allow for open plan living space with the central area being of full height to the roof overlooked by a gallery landing. Utility, cloaks and a ground floor bedroom, along with a separate office. To the first floor will be 3 bedrooms, an en suite shower room and main bathroom. Outside will offer triple open fronted garaging within the former Cart Sheds and an enclosed secure store.



THE SITE: The barn is situated adjacent to Cross Roads Farm House a short distance from the village of Eastwell and will be accessed via Waltham Road. Eastwell is a rural village situated on the edge of The Vale of Belvoir to the North of Melton Mowbray and has good access to Melton Mowbray, Grantham Nottingham and Leicester. It is located in a beautiful position with delightful open views to both front and rear and has a southerly aspect to the rear.



PLANNING PERMISSION: Permission was granted by Melton Borough Council on 16 th October 2020 along with Listed Building Consent for change of use from agricultural to residential use. To include listed barn, ancillary buildings and courtyard as well as surrounding farm setting. Refs: 20/00786/FUL & 20/00837/LBC. A copy of this planning permission and associated plans can be found on the Melton Borough Council Planning Portal or we can email them to you on request.



SERVICES: We cannot confirm which, if any, services are currently available to the site, we would recommend that any prospective purchaser makes their own in depth enquiries of the services and any costs for bringing these to the site prior to submitting an offer. We can confirm that mains gas is not available in this area.



VIEWING: Viewings are by appointment only with the agents and may be carried out either with ourselves or the owners. We ask that face coverings are worn at all times during the viewing.



GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE: Freehold, vacant possession upon completion.



LOCAL AUTHORITY: Melton Borough Council (01664) 502502.



VALUATIONS: If you are considering selling, we would be happy to advise of the value of your property with no obligation.



DIRECTIONS: From Melton Mowbray take Scalford Road northward and upon reaching Scalford continue through the village and on towards Eastwell. Prior to reaching the village the barn will be seen on the right hand side and can be accessed via the gates at the front or by turning right into Waltham Road and right again into the farm driveway.



PLANS & DRAWING: Please note, all plans and drawings within these details are not to scale and do not for part of any contract they are for indicative purposes only and their accuracy cannot be relied upon.

"Thank you to the whole team at Shoulers who provided an exceptional service, we could not be more satisfied with the outcome. In particular our main point of contact, Helen Montague. Her professionalism, knowledge and understanding made the sale of our property an easy process for us from beginning to end."
Mrs HB