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3 bedroom development plot for sale in Chitterne, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

Guide price £350,000

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Two chalk cob barns with Full Planning permission to convert into one linked dwelling set in the heart of Salisbury Plain on the outskirts of the attractive village of Chitterne, in a plot of approx.

  • Land/Paddock
  • Outbuildings
  • Equestrian
  • Detached
  • Development Plot
  • Freehold

Set on the outskirts of the attractive village of Chitterne, this superb development opportunity comes with Full Planning permission to convert 2 chalk cob barns into a stunning detached 3 bedroom single storey dwelling.

The plot is set on the South-westerly side of the village of Chitterne and is accessed off the B390, adjacent to The Manor, a Grade II listed Building. The barns are set away from the road with ample opportunity to create a sizable parking area.

THE PROPERTY

Behind the barns, the land extends across the rolling fields and countryside behind, totalling approx. 17.9 acres and separated into 5 paddocks rising gently to the North West. From the far reaches of the land, the views out across the surrounding countryside are simply magnificent. The various paddocks are all adjoined to one another and can be accessed either from the barns themselves, or from a number of gates which access the adjacent Imber Range Permimeter Path, a By-Way running along the Westerly boundary towards Breakheart Hill.

SITUATION

The rural village Chitterne is situated within the conservation area on the edge of Salisbury Plain in of Chitterne. The village has a church, public house, recreation ground and a cricket club. Local shops, primary schools and doctor's surgery can be found in the neighbouring villages of Shrewton, Heytesbury and Codford. More extensive shopping, educational and recreational facilities can be found in Warminster, Amesbury and the medieval city of Salisbury, the latter having a station providing rail links to London (Waterloo). The A303 is around 6 miles away giving road access to both London and the West Country. The Ancient Stonehenge Monument lies approximately 8 miles to the east of Chitterne.

PLANNING PERMISSION

Further detailed information relating to the Planning Permission can be found via the Wiltshire Council Planning Portal Application under Application Reference Number: 16/06834/FUL.

AGENTS NOTE

THE LAND AND PADDOCKS TO NORTH OF THE BARNS ARE CURRENTLY UNDER A GRAZING LICENCE TO A THIRD PARTY UNTIL A DATE NO EARLIER THAN 30TH SEPTEMBER 2019.

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