Planning permission 1033/19/ful to convert to two 3 bedroom stone barns
West Barn 1700 sq.ft.
East Barn 2077 sq.ft.
Set in 1.656 acres (further land available)
Off street parking for several cars
Planning for Heritage Garage
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Situation Situated on the outskirts of Waddeton off Stoke Road, set in lovely countryside are two traditional stone barns, peacefully situated in their own grounds of 1.656 acres and approached via a long driveway.
Description A fantastic opportunity to convert two lovely stone barns situated in the pretty village of Waddeton in beautiful countryside, set in 1.656 acres, yet with easy access to Stoke Gabriel and Galmpton. To be sold as a pair both barns have planning permission to create two three bedroom barns consisting of West Barn (approx. 1700 sq.ft.) and East Barn (approx. 2077 sq.ft.) both with private driveway's. There is also a historic Lime Kiln in the grounds which will provide a feature bat roost.
Planning permission for the barn's conversion to a residential dwelling was given on 22nd May 2019 under planning reference 1033/19/ful. Full details of the submission can be found on the South Hams District Council website.
Stokegabriel Stoke Gabriel is a popular and sought after village which lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the head of a creek on the River Dart about three miles south-east of Totnes. The older part of the village is in a conservation area near the River and Mill Pool and much of the area is a Coastal Preservation Area. The village has good facilities including a church, primary school, pre-school [2 to 5 yrs], village hall, post office and general stores, two public houses and two restaurants. Buyers see Stoke Gabriel as a lifestyle choice both because of the amenities that it offers and its thriving strong family social life and community spirit, with boating, canoeing and river trips on the River Dart on your doorstep. The village boating association provides rya sailing training for children and a year round calendar of boating events.
Waddeton A picture postcard village of farms and chocolate box thatched cottages, Waddeton lies between the two Dartside villages of Stoke Gabriel and Galmpton in an area of Great Landscape Value. The south side of the village is in both an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a Coastal Preservation Area. It is within a short distance of the three Torbay towns of Paignton, Brixham and Torquay, with all they have to offer and Totnes is within a ten to fifteen minute drive. Totnes is known as an Elizabethan town but has much earlier origins. It has a castle, a wonderful position on the River Dart and a main line railway station for quick access to Paddington. There are several local primary schools which feed into two well regarded grammar schools and a community college, many independent shops, a weekly market and a several major supermarkets. The area is host to a variety of cultural, recreational and sporting pursuits. Dartmoor, the South Hams and the South Devon coastline are all within easy reach and both Exeter and Plymouth are within half an hour's drive.
Directions TQ5 0EL. Leave Totnes on the A385 Paignton Road and after 1.75 miles, turn right by Riviera Sports Cars towards Stoke Gabriel. Continue on this road through Aish, for 1.5 miles to Four Cross. Go straight ahead into Waddeton Road and turn left after a further 1.75 miles at Waddeton Cross, a grass triangle, continue onto Stoke Road after approximately 1 mile the entrance to Bulls Field barns can be found on the left hand side.
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Localauthority South Hams District Council, Follaton House, Plymouth Road, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 5NE
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