Stone barn with full planning permission to convert to a one bedroom dwelling | With garden and parking | Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) | Located in the charming South Hams village of North Huish | South Hams District Council planning application no. 1578/18/FUL
SITUATION Situated in the charming South Hams village of North Huish which is less than three miles away from the A38 transport link, Luscombe Maye are delighted to offer to the market this fabulous opportunity to convert a stone barn into a one bedroom residential dwelling with parking and garden, nestled into the countryside, with beautiful countryside views. The barn is currently regarded as part of Church House.
The barn is situated just over the lane from Church House. The barn is a modern construction of block faced with original natural stone to the exterior, with two sets wooden double doors for access. The barn has full planning permission for conversion to a single bedroomed residential dwelling. Please refer to the South Hams District Council Planning portal for all the planning details - planning application no. 1578/18/FUL. There is ample parking for several cars and the barn sits in a generous plot with gardens to the rear and side, with a small orchard and established raised beds and a greenhouse.
PLANNING South Hams District Council
NORTH HUISH North Huish is a tiny hamlet with a population of around 300 hundred people. There has been a settlement here for over a thousand years, and it was mentioned the Doomesday Book of 1086 as 'The Manor of Hewish'.
SOUTH BRENT The moorland village of South Brent stands in the valley of the River Avon under the southern foothills of Dartmoor National Park and on the northern edge of the lovely South Hams, fifteen miles from the centre of Plymouth.
The village is one with a strong community with three churches, one of which dates back to Norman times, a primary school and a wide variety of shops. There are well-regarded community colleges at Totnes and Ivybridge, approximately eight and five miles distant respectively, and both towns offer a comprehensive range of facilities for the wider community. Some of the finest beaches on the south coast, along with the South West Coast Path, are all within easy reach.
Situated just off the A38 Expressway, the village is well placed for quick access to Plymouth, Torbay and Exeter for which there are regular bus services. Rail services can be found at Ivybridge, approximately five miles distant, offering services to Plymouth, Totnes, Newton Abbot, Exeter St David's and on to Bristol, Cardiff and London.
TOTNES The unique and charming market town of Totnes sits above the River Dart in the heart of the South Hams. The town is one of Devon's gems, the birthplace of the Transition Town movement in England and nominated in British Airways' HighLife magazine as one of the world's top ten funky towns. Full of colour and character, its atmosphere is cosmopolitan with a West Country flavour and those looking for history, alternative therapies and beautiful countryside will find it in and around Totnes. The town is said to have more listed buildings per head of the population than anywhere else in Britain. With a twice-a-week market and full of small independent shops, it's well-known for ethical products, wholefoods and fair trade goods. It is the second oldest borough in England, with an ancient Guildhall and Church, a Norman Castle and its North and East Gates. There is a well-regarded community college and a mainline railway station and Dartmoor, the South Hams and many of its fine beaches are within easy reach.
VIEWINGS Viewings strictly by appointment only. Please call Luscombe Maye 01364 646170
SERVICES Mains electricity connected.
DIRECTIONS From the A38 Devon Expressway take the South Brent junction and follow the signs for Avonwick/Totnes B3372. As you enter the viallage of Avonwick take the right hand turn directly opposite The Avon Inn signed North Huish. After approximately 100 metres turn left again signed North Huish. Follow this road up the hill for approximately 2 miles, you will see the church spire on the right hand side, Church House Barn can be found adjacent to the church on the left hand side of the lane.
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