Property Of The Week 22/04/2016
|Location:||East of England|
Property Address: Bressingham, Nr Diss, Norfolk
Auction Date: 5th May 2016
Auction Venue: The Deben Suite, Ufford Park, Melton IP12 1QW
Guide Price: 275,000
Lot Number: NA
Auctioneer Name: Clarke & Simpson
Auctioneer Website: Clarke & Simpson
View Catalogue: Click This Link For The Property Auction Catalogue
Auctioneer’s Phone No: 01728 724200
Grade II Listed farmhouse in need of complete refurbishment comprising Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, separate Pantry, Cellar, four Bedrooms, Bathroom and Attic Room. Separate timber framed barn offering potential for residential conversion (subject to necessary consents). Standing in a ring fenced block of land extending to approx 6.56 acres (2.65 ha)
Poplar Tree Farmhouse is Grade II Listed and is believed to date from the 17th Century in parts. The house is of part brick and part clay lump construction under a pantile roof. The Vendors have not undertaken any structural survey and the property is offered in a dilapidated state requiring complete renovation. The accommodation comprises sitting room, kitchen, dining room, cellar, four bedrooms, bathroom and attic rooms.
It is unusable in its current state.
Poplar Tree Farm is located in a rural position within the parish of Bressingfield near Diss. The market town of Diss is approximately 4.5 miles away and offers a good selection of independent shops and businesses including cafes and restaurants. It also provides Tescos, Morrisons and Aldi supermarkets and a busy weekly market. There is a main line railway service to London’s Liverpool Street Station.
The county town of Norwich lies approximately 20 miles away to the north, offering a wide range of national shops and services
Poplar Tree Barn This timber frame barn measures approximately 15.50m x 13.00m including a lean-to construction. The barn lends itself to residential conversion subject to planning to provide a separate dwelling.
Formal planning advice has been sought from South Norfolk District Council under the reference ENQMIM/2015/1480. The full pre-application advice letter is attached to these particulars.
In addition to the barn there are smaller cart lodges and outbuildings which are largely in a dilapidated state.
Land Adjoining the buildings is a partially wooded area which opens into a paddock measuring approximately 4.42 acres (1.79 ha). Although down to grass currently, it is understood this area was previously arable.
There is a range of smaller cart lodges which will provide suitable storage for vehicles.
The property stands in grounds of approximately 6.56 acres which is predominantly laid to grass.
Viewing The property can be viewed externally at any time with particulars in hand. Internal inspections will need to be arranged by prior appointment with the selling agent, which are likely to be undertaken by way of block viewings.and regular trains to London’s Liverpool Street and Cambridge.
- Double Glazing
- Heating - Gas