UNDER OFFER - Wych Tree Farm, Keysoe, Bedford
Country House / Smallholding
Situated in a small Hamlet known as Keysoe Row West, this smallholding with Planning Permission for development is in the North Bedfordshire Countryside and enjoys panoramic views. The Hamlet is about equidistant between the town of Bedford and the historical Village of Kimbolton and importantly in the catchment area for Sharnbrook Upper School.
In all there are just short of 7 acres (STS) of land, a pretty enchanting Farmhouse, two substantial outbuildings with permission to convert into houses and one further substantial agribarn (3,000 sq ft) also with further planning potential.
FARMHOUSE AND BUILDING PLOTS
A rare development opportunity compromising three lots for sale as a whole or individually #
Please read carefully the lot descriptions and call the Agent for clarification if required.
Lot 1 - Price Guide £595,000
A detached Grade 2 Listed Farmhouse in a totally habitable condition, but also in need of some renovations and/or extension, subject to planning. Accommodation consists of kitchen, lounge, study, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. This is a stunning building with flowing accommodation and the opportunity to live in and improve. Also there are very large gardens with huge potential and a paddock of approximately 2 acres plus a further substantial barn offering the possibility of further Planning Permission, subject to planning.
Lot 2 - Price Guide £225,000
A Barn (with a notorious reputation) with Planning Permission granted to convert into a new family house with a generous plot. Accommodation consists Kitchen/Dining area, Utility Room, Living Area and 4 bedrooms (3 ensuite). Total internal area 2,2026 sq ft.
Lot 3 - Price Guide - POA #
An impressively located single storey barn with planning permission won at Appeal to convert the space into a substantial 4 bedroom family home of some proportion (total internal area 1,678 sq ft) and with the benefit of 4 acres of paddock and gardens and its own new created access. Views panoramically across the North Bedfordshire countryside and quite a dream position. The orientation of the building is East / West.
These are generally summary descriptions and it is strongly recommended you speak with the Agent to fully explore this profitable development opportunity.
# Lot 3 is only available under certain scenario. Call for details.
SOLD - Equestrian Facility and 4 Bed Detached House
New Road, Maulden
Taylor & Co are pleased to offer to the market this four bedroom detached home with six stables, ménage, and 3.5 acres of paddocks.
Property comprises circa 2465 sq ft of internal accommodation comprising open plan kitchen/diner, living room, conservatory, utility room, family room, study, downstairs WC. Master bedroom with dressing room and ensuite, three further double bedrooms.
Large frontage with established trees and in/out road access, large garden with gated access to paddocks and stables.
The site is surrounded by countryside views with the only neighbours being a new build plot to one side and business usage to the other side.
UNDER OFFER - High Street, Stevington, Bedford
4 Bedroom Cottage
We are instructed to obtain best offers for this four bedroom cottage in the pretty Village of Stevington which has a strong community, two great pubs and good school catchment areas. The property was part exchanged for another and must be sold and is offered with full vacant immediate possession. The cosy stone built home comprises a hall with cloakroom/WC, dining room, kitchen and lounge on the ground floor.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom and on the second floor are two further rooms and a shower on the top floor. Outside a small garden and garage with parking space in front compliments the central position it has in the Village. A very good property, in need of some restoration but offered at a great price.
This property is EPC Exempt as it is Grade 2 listed.
Council Tax band F
Parts of the property are believe to date back to the 18th century and were originally part of the Bakery . It is constructed of course limestone rubble, though the gables are built up with brick above the level of the eaves and has an old clay tile roof.