Listed stone and brick built barn with planning permission for conversion to a two bed property with some work having already been carried out. The barn is located in the centre of the village of Havenstreet on the Isle Of Wight
This Listed stone and brick quoin barn is in a prominent position in the centre of the village of Havenstreet on the Isle of Wight. One of the original buildings of the village, it is around 250 years old, and was the agricultural barn for the nearby Leopards farmhouse.
The barn is approximately 15 metres x 5 metres and is completely open with original trusses in place which are to be retained as a part of the planning requirements.
The southern gable has been rebuilt with a new footing installed, supervised by building control as described in structural engineers report.
The barn will require an internal timber frame on a new concrete slab and a new roof covered in slate.
Local builders are ready to assist in this exciting conversion
The property has planning permission for conversion to a two bedroom dwelling.
Details of the planning permission together with reports are available
on the IOW Council website; reference TCPL/25265/M, P/01488/11. (Alternatively search all applications and choose Town, then Havenstreet and Ashey and scroll down).
Electricity and water are already
connected to the barn, both supplies fitted within the last two years.
A sewerage connection is available in the shared driveway and gas is in the road – approx 7 metres distance.
Havenstreet is a short drive from the Wightlink ferry terminal at Fishbourne (via Portsmouth) and is equidistant between the towns of Ryde and Newport.