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Land and barn for sale with potential for residential development

A former agricultural barn and surrounding land in Tewkesbury has been brought to market, through chartered surveyors Bruton Knowles.

Advertised as having potential for conversion subject to planning permission, the broadly rectangular site extends to approximately 0.8 acres, comprising of grass agricultural land and two adjoining barns.

The main Dutch barn, with corrugated panelling and roof has been in use for livestock to support surrounding grazing. To the side of the Dutch Barn is a 'lean-to' barn, with the structure requiring remediation.

Located off the B4077, a mile south east of Teddington roundabout in Tewkesbury, the site is surrounded to the east and south by open countryside, with a residential dwelling bordering the wider land ownership to the west.

The northern boundary, which separates the site from the road, is said to comprise of a mature hedgerow and number of trees, as is replicated along the eastern boundary. A small pond can also be found in the north eastern corner of the site.

Although the land and property is currently designated to agricultural use, Bruton Knowles said the building appears to have scope for conversion - subject to planning policy and planning permission being forthcoming.

The land appears to be outside of any conservation area or flood zone and there are no listed buildings or heritage assets within the immediate vicinity.

The property's freehold is for sale by informal tender, with offers invited in excess of £200,000. It has not been elected for VAT.

Best and final unconditional offers are to be submitted by noon on December 16 to scott.winnard@brutonknowles.co.uk.

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