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FOR SALE – Agricultural Building at Stud Farm Shop, 23 Stevens Lane, Breaston, Derbyshire DE72 3BU

For Sale 
Development Opportunity – Agricultural Building at Stud Farm Shop
A traditional brick and tile agricultural building with full planning
consent for conversion into two residential dwellings.
Guide Price: £385,000 – £425,000

Location
Stud Farm Shop stands in an established residential location in the popular village of Breaston, Derbyshire. Originally an agricultural village, Breaston today is an established residential area.
There is a church (St Micheal’s), a primary school, a Methodist chapel, three pubs (The Bulls Head, Chequers Inn and The Navigation Inn), a medical centre nd a wide range of shops, including a Co-op, located in the centre of the village around the church and the village green.
More comprehensive facilities and amenities are available in the nearby town and cities of Long Eaton (2.1 miles), Derby (8.7 miles) and Nottingham (9.7 miles).
Breaston benefits from good transportation links to include Sawley Railway Station which is part of the Midland Main Line between Long Eaton and Derby.
Also within easy reach of Breaston is the M1, A52 and East Midlands Airport.

Situation
Stud Farm Shop is undergoing an exciting refurbishment, being restructured to occupy a revised area upon the clients retained land. Stud Farm Shop will continue to trade as a business from its newly defined area. The site revision creates an exciting development opportunity where planning permission has been granted for the conversion of part of the agricultural building into two residential dwellings with extensions and the erection of two detached garages with access to come from Plackett Close.

Directions
From Derby, take the A52 Brian Clough Way for approximately 9.3 miles, keeping to the right, take the slip road onto Victoria Avenue and then left onto Nottingham Lane (A6005). Continue to follow the A6005 right onto Draycott Road for approximately 8.3 miles and then turn left into Stevens Lane.
Stud Farm Shop can be found on the left-hand side identified by the Filer Williamson Limited ‘FOR SALE` board(s).

Description
A traditional brick and tile agricultural building that was formerly used as part of the Stud Farm Shop with full planning consent for sympathetic conversion into two residential dwellings.
The two proposed residential conversions will provide accommodation over two stories with extensions, each will have associated amenities and potential for private gardens.
The total size of the developable area as shown edged red on the enclosed Sale Plan extends to some 1220 sq/m.
Comprising
Plot 1 – Total size 430 sq/m with the proposed accommodation area extending to 104.6 sq/m (Ground Floor 79.1 sq/m – First Floor 25.5 sq/m)
Plot 2 – Total size 537 sq/m with the proposed accommodation area extending to 158 sq/m (Ground Floor 88 sq/m – First Floor 70 sq/m)
Standing on a site of some 1220 sq/m or thereabouts the agricultural building stands in a spacious setting and will form two dwellings situated in a village setting.

Planning
Planning consent was granted for the conversion of part of the agricultural building by Erewash Borough Council on the 15th October 2021.
Application number: ERE/1019/0060
Erewash Borough Council, Town Hall, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5PR
Tel: 0115 907 2244 www.erewash.gov.uk

Local Authority
Erewash Borough Council, Town Hall, Ilkeston, Derbyshire DE7 5PR
Tel: 0115 907 2244 www.erewash.gov.uk

Services
We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the agricultural building.
New connections will be required for any future use/ development, or the existing connections will need to be upgraded and separated. Potential Purchasers are to make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the above.
It is envisaged any new services that maybe required should come from Plackett Close.
Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves as to all of the above.
 

Vendors Solicitors
Ashton Bond Gigg (ABG) – Solicitors
Pearl Assurance House, Friar Lane, Nottingham NG1 6BX
Siobhan Goodacre Acting
Tel: 0115 947 6651

Tenure and Possession
The property is offered freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Conditions
There is a requirement for the purchaser to build a brick wall as described within the planning consent within 3 months of completion along the red boundary line marked A – B on the enclosed Sale Plan.

Access
Access to the property is currently off Stevens Lane via the existing Stud Farm Shop entrance which can be further identified by the Filer Williamson ‘For Sale’ Board(s).
A temporary right of access will be granted to the purchaser via the existing Stud Farm Shop entrance off Stevens Lane until such time as the access off Plackett Close has been established. The access off Plackett Close is required to be established within 3 months of completion.

Viewing
Strictly by prior appointment through Filer Williamson Limited
Please contact the office:
Office: 01283 734043 Email: enquiries@filerwilliamson.co.uk
Open days/ viewing dates will be confirmed in due course with all Government Covid Guidance to be strictly followed at all times.