Battisford Road, Hitcham IP7
Guide price: £450,000 to £500,000 - A pair of agricultural barns with planning consent to convert to residential use occupying a superb rural location with access to Stowmarket, Hadleigh, Ipswich and Bury St. Edmunds.
A pair of agricultural barns with planning consent to convert to residential use occupying a superb rural location with access to Stowmarket, Hadleigh, Ipswich and Bury St.Edmunds.
- Stowmarket - approx. 6 miles
- Hadleigh - approx. 9.5 miles
- Ipswich - approx. 18 miles
The site comprises two contrasting barns, one a more traditional timber frame building and the other a former grain store consisting of a fibre cement clad steel frame with a concrete floor.
Planning consent was passed in March 2019 and the application documentation can be viewed on the Babergh District Council planning portal at www.babergh.gov.uk
The planning references are DC/19/00557 and DC/19/00574
The properties occupy a wonderful rural setting next to open countryside and enjoy stunning views.
A generous garden area has been allocated to each barn, however the seller may consider selling additional land by separate negotiation.
Hitch am is a picturesque mid-Suffolk village with its own store, pub, village hall and a beautiful church. Nearby Stowmarket offers a range of day to day amenities ranging from shopping to leisure and various pubs, bars and restaurants. There is a regular commuting service to London Liverpool Street. The A14 gives access to neighbouring Bury St.Edmunds and Ipswich. There is a range of local schooling comprising both state and independent.
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