A range of traditional and more modern buildings located in a rural positon in an attractive area of North Suffolk. The buildings are extensive and in total extend to approximately 22,108sq.ft comprising a former Grist Mill, stable blocks, timber framed barn, covered yards and four former dairy buildings. The Grist Mill has been partly converted having formerly been used as a tack shop and commercial premises. The site extends to approx. 0.92 acres (0.37ha).
Full planning permission was granted in 2019 under reference DC/18/3443/FUL for conversion of three barns to dwellings and the demolition of the remaining structures. This is accompanied by Listed Building Consent reference DC/18/3444/LBC. A full planning pack is available on request.
The barns are situated along a small country lane within the parish of Henstead. Henstead is a small village with no immediate facilities but is only a short drive from the market towns of Southwold, Halesworth and Beccles. The coastal port of Lowestoft is also only 9 miles away. To the east of the property is the Grade II listed farmhouse known as 'The Grange' with paddocks and gardens to the south. To the north are arable fields and to the west further agricultural storage buildings.
Please see brochure for existing and proposed accommodation details.
Services - Mains water and electricity are currently connected to the site. There is a substation to the north-east. A private sewage treatment plant is also connected for foul drainage. No mains gas available.
VAT - The property is not registered for VAT.