Planning permission has been granted for conversion of three turn of the century barns into five spacious residential dwellings.
The barns are of a traditional brick construction with slate and pitched roofs.
The proposed scheme is based on uplifting the roof of Unit 1 to create a first floor. Unit 2 already has adequate head height to install a first floor, and Unit 3 will be converted into one single residential dwelling.
Units 1 and 2 will comprise of an entrance hall, WC, open plan lounge, dinning room and kitchen. To the first floor there will be three bedrooms and a bathroom & WC.
Properties 3 and 4 will comprise of an entrance hall, WC, sitting room, open plan lounge, kitchen and dining room. To the first floor there will be a master bedroom with en-suite facilities, two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Property 5 will comprise of an entrance hall, open plan living room, dinning and kitchen area, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, double bedroom and family bathroom.
Barn A: Closest to the road - 232 Sq. M (2,497.24 Sq. Ft)
Barn B: The middle barn - 288 Sq. M (3,100 Sq. Ft)
Barn C: Barn furthest away from the road – 75 Sq. M (807 Sq. Ft)
Total: 595 Sq. M (6,404 Sq. Ft)
Please note all measurements are approximate and have been provided by a third party.
The property has consent to convert the three barns into five residential dwellings, under planning reference 14/4642C. Works to the property have already commenced. Full schedule to be provided upon request.
The local authority is Cheshire East Council – 03001235014
Interested parties are to carry out their own investigations.
To be confirmed
Viewings are available by appointment only please contact a member of the John Pye Property team today 0161 219 3001.