Guide price £125,000

Land for sale in Bishop Norton, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8

Sale under offer

Land for sale in Bishop Norton, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8, Guide price: £125000. Freehold, Traditional farm building with full planning consent for conversion and extension to provide one single residential dwelling, Material start to crystalise the planning consent has been made

Estate Agent Details:

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Estate Agent Name:
Savills - Lincoln

Estate Agent Phone Number:
01522 397532

Estate Agent Address:
Doddington Road, Lincoln

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Bishop Norton, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8

Market Rasen

Bishop Norton


East Midlands


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Estate Agent Description

Excellent opportunity to purchase land and traditional building with full planning consent for conversion and extension.

The property is situated between the villages of Bishop Norton and Atterby, Lincolnshire. The property is positioned to the north west of Bishop Norton village and is located directly off the Atterby Lane. The property is located 1.5 miles from the A15 and 2.6 miles from the A631.
The property is situated approximately:
– 20 miles north of Lincoln
– 16 miles south of Scunthorpe
– 9 miles west of Market Rasen
(All measurements and distances are approximate. Your
attention is drawn to the important notice on the back page)

The property comprises 3.22 acres (1.30 hectares) of grassland along with a traditional agricultural building comprising a brick and stone construction. A full planning consent was granted (Planning application number 139798) for the conversion and extension of the existing building to provide a single residential dwelling.
The adjoining land is split into two individual pasture fields sub-divided by the Atterby Beck which runs east to west across the land. Both parcels have their own separate access points off the Atterby Lane. The land is predominantly bounded by hedgerows and stock proof fencing in places.

Planning Consent
Full planning consent for the conversion and extension of the existing red brick and stone traditional brick barn into a single detached residential dwelling was granted by the West Lindsey District Council. The planning application was granted on 30th September 2019, under planning reference number 139798.
A certificate of lawful development was granted on 19th August 2022 under planning application number 145136 to confirm that a material start has been made in relation to planning permission 139798. Further details of the application can be found on the West Lindsey District Council’s planning portal.

The land is laid to grass and is predominately classed as Grade 3 on the agricultural land classification, albeit a small area of Grade 2 land to the south of the property. The land holding extends to about 3.22 acres (1.30 hectares) in total situated between the villages of Bishop Norton and Atterby, and benefits from direct access off the Atterby Lane. The Soil Survey of England and Wales records the soils as being of the Aswarby series. These soils are described as being shallow permeable calcareous fine loamy soils over limestone, some affected by ground water. Some slowly permeable seasonally waterlogged clayey soils.

Additional Info
Rights Of Way, Easements & Wayleaves – The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether mentioned in these particulars or not. An electricity overhead line and telephone line crosses over the grassland to the south of the Atterby Beck.

Services – We are not aware of any services connected to the property.

Basic Payment Scheme – The land is registered to receive payment under the Basic Payment Scheme.

Sporting Rights – The sporting rights are included in the sale insofar as they are owned.

Minerals – The minerals are included in the sale insofar as they are owned.

Nearest Postcode – LN8 2BH

Viewing – The property may be viewed during daylight hours only providing you have a copy of these sale particulars to hand.

Health & Safety – We would ask you to be as vigilant as possible when inspecting the buildings and land for your own personal safety, in particularly around the traditional building with planning consent. Viewers should take precaution in regard to their own personal safety when viewing the property.

Local Authority – West Lindsey District Council Guildhall Marshall’s Yard, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, DN21 2NA

Searches – The Purchaser will reimburse the Vendor for the cost of the Searches.

Town & Country Planning – The properties are offered subject to any development plans, Tree Preservation Orders, Town Planning schedules or resolutions which may or may not come into force. The purchaser will be deemed to have full knowledge and satisfy themselves as to the provisions of any such matters affecting the property.

VAT – Should any part of the sale or any rights attached to it become chargeable items for the purpose of VAT then such a tax will be payable by the purchaser.

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