Believed to have originally been a cattle shed to Flansham Farm, North Barn lies adjacent and was built in the 1800s and has been owned by the current family for 30 years. The property is approximately 75 sq meters and benefits from planning permission to convert it into a single-storey two-bedroom property, offering the potential of a delightful main residence or as a weekend / holiday home. The planning application can be viewed on Arundel District Councils website, reference Y/60/16/PL.
East Barn currently has planning to be used as a workshop and is approximately 83 sq meters, the barn benefits from a great deal of character and high ceilings.
Unchanged since days of old, this quaint hamlet is home to Flansham Manor and still has only one lane in or out and is a mix of former farm buildings and character properties.
The total plot is around 0.160 of an acre, with the large plot belonging to East Barn, including a potential driveway and a rear garden currently of hard standing. North Barn has planning for terraced gardens and a driveway with parking for several vehicles.