A significantly fire damaged farm house having under gone partial repair, substantial derelict barn and further outbuildings
Situated on the outskirts of Lydney this is a substantial detached Grade II Listed farm house and barn set in circa 0.5 acres. The property has been neglected for some time and has sustained significant fire damage. In addition to the main barn there is a second more recent barn within the curtilage.
The farmhouse has sustained considerable fire damage with most of the features detailed in the listing lost. The principle accommodation is arranged over the ground and first floors with further loft rooms and substantial basement/undercroft. The property is essentially one room thick with all rooms off a corridor/hallway. The footprint of the main part of the building is circa 21m x 7m with additional wings to the front of 7m x 6m and to the side of 3m x 7m.
The main barn has suffered significant damage and has partially collapsed. The dimensions of the main footprint of the building are approximately 20m x 6m with additions to the side and rear. Although single storey there is sufficient height within the a -frame roof truss to offer two stories and the property offers significant residential development potential subject to the necessary consents. The second barn is smaller and block built and is approximately 8m x 3m. The land around it is particularly overgrown but there may be a further derelict structure/footings.
Due to limited access all measurements quoted have been scaled from plans and are approximately only and should not be relied upon.
The property is located approximately quarter of a mile from Lydney town centre which offers a wide range of shops as well as train station and hospital. Chepstow is approximately 9 miles away whilst Bristol is within easy commuting distance now that the Severn Crossing tolls have been removed. Please note Nass Lane is split by the bypass with no direct access from it. The property is approached from the town centre. If using a Sat Nav it may try and take you to the section of Nass Lane on the other side of the bypass.
The adjoining field is subject to an outline planning application for a major mixed use development. Whilst the development will surround Crump Farm, based on the current plans the immediate adjoining land has been zoned as an ecology area and deliberately left clear of development to minimise the impact on the farm.
The grounds of the property may be viewed at any reasonable time with a copy of the auction catalogue. Please note the barn is unsafe and there will be no internal viewings. The farmhouse is available to view by appointment.
For Sale by Auction
On Monday 11th February at 7.00 pm Please note the auctioneers have made their best endeavours to disclose all additional fees. Interested parties should refer to the special conditions of sale contained in the Legal Pack for any late amendments or additions to these fees as well as the auction day addendum sheet prior to bidding.
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