to purchase a range of stone buildings and barns with full planning permission to demolish and erect eight residential dwellings. The proposed development consists of two, three and four bedroom homes with parking and either roof terraces, courtyard gardens or gardens as well as views over the beautiful Blackmore Vale.
STALBRIDGE BARNS, CHURCH HILL, STALBRIDGE
A selection of stone buildings and barns with full planning permission (2/2017/2021/FUL) to demolish the existing buildings and erect 8 No. dwellings and refuse and cycle store. Form two parking spaces per property.
Plot 1 - 1612 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - 65 sq ft of roof terrace
Plot 2 - 1786 sq ft - four bedrooms and two reception rooms - garden
Plot 3 - 1670 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - garden
Plot 4 - 1670 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - garden
Plot 5 - 1415 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - 120 sq ft of roof terrace
Plot 6 - 1477 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - 135 sq ft of roof terrace
Plot 7 - 1508 sq ft - three bedrooms and two reception rooms - 105 sq ft of roof terrace
Plot 8 - 1084 sq ft - two bedrooms and one reception room - 135 sq ft of roof terrace
The property is located in the popular Dorset town of Stalbridge, which is reputed to be the county's smallest town, steeped in history and dating back to Saxon times with a 15th Century Church and Market Cross. The town has an approximate population of 2500 and caters well for everyday needs with an award winning supermarket, family run butchers, post office and community run library. There is also a primary school with excellent OFSTED report, dental surgery and public house as well as a variety of takeaway shops. Further facilities are available at Sturminster Newton 4 miles to the East and Sherborne and Shaftesbury both within 7 miles. The town is close to excellent communication links with the A30 and A303 within easy reach and just 3 miles from the mainline train station at Templecombe, serving London, Waterloo and the West Country.
From the Sturminster Newton
Leave Sturminster via Bridge Street at the traffic lights go over the bridge and turn right onto the A357. Continue on this road for approximately 5 miles turning left where Stalbridge is signposted. On entering the town go through the single lane onto the High Street. Continue forward. The property will be found on the right hand side before the church on the left.