Description Ambrook Farm Barn offers a superb opportunity to develop a modern barn with class Q planning consent (19/00320/npa) to create a four bedroom (2,744 sq ft) residential dwelling in just under 2 acres. Ambrook Farm Barn is in a lovely location surrounded by farm land offering a tranquil rural location, yet within 5 miles of Totnes and the local village amenities of Ipplepen. The barn sits in the middle of what was an equestrian facility and comes with a one acre paddock and the potential to retain existing loose boxes if so desired.
Situation Ambrook is a small Hamlet approximately 1.5 miles from the Village of Ipplepen, which is a highly regarded village with a thriving community and excellent amenities. The larger town of Totnes can be found approximately 5 miles away.
Ipplepen The hugely desirable village of Ipplepen boasts it's own Co Op, Ofsted rated 'good' primary school, as well as a local village post office and public house. There is also a well-regarded nhs doctors surgery(rated "outstanding" by the Care Quality Commission) and local park with tennis courts, playground and skate park. Ipplepen has a strong community with many clubs and societies and a very successful community hub.The A381 provides easy access into Totnes (5.6 miles) with its boutique shops and restaurants and mainline station (London Paddington 2h 49min). The larger market town of Newton Abbot (4.3 miles) provides High Street shopping and supermarkets as well as a mainline train station. The A38 is also easily accessible for Exeter and Plymouth.
Totnes The unique and charming market town of Totnes sits above the River Dart in the heart of the South Hams. The town is one of Devon's gems, the birthplace of the Transition Town movement in England and nominated in British Airways' HighLife magazine as one of the world's top ten funky towns. Full of colour and character, its atmosphere is cosmopolitan with a West Country flavour and those looking for history, alternative therapies and beautiful countryside will find it in and around Totnes. The town is said to have more listed buildings per head of the population than anywhere else in Britain. With a twice-a-week market and full of small independent shops, it's well-known for ethical products, wholefoods and fair trade goods. It is the second oldest borough in England, with an ancient Guildhall and Church, a Norman Castle and its North and East Gates. There is a well-regarded community college and a mainline railway station and Dartmoor, the South Hams and many of its fine beaches are within easy reach.
Services Mains electric and water connected. BT phone line connected.
Directions Head out of Totnes over the bridge turning left taking the A381 towards Newton Abbot after approximately 5 miles turn left at Red Post garage follow this road for about a mile under the railway bridge then right at the crossroads follow this road for about a mile where Ambrook Farm Barn will be found on the left hand side.
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