Set in an attractive rural location the development site also benefits from spectacular views across the Bowland Fells and Lake District, yet is within easy access of the amenities of Garstang and Lancaster and the wider motorway network.
Prior Approval has been provided to convert the traditional stone barn in to three two story homes with garden plots to the rear and ample parking provided to the side. Two of the properties will also benefit from integral garages/workshops, due to a single story extension providing for extended living accommodation. Planning Consent was granted by way of Planning Application No. 18/00057/PAA
Separate Outline Planning Permission under reference 18/00544/OUT also provides for the erection of a detached replacement dwelling.
The current Planning Permission provides for the following conversion of the traditional stone barn;
Located at the southern end of the barn, nearest the roadside. Indicative plans provide for a layout to include; entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, utility and integral garage/workshop with the first floor comprising of three bedrooms and a family bathroom and en-suite. Access will be via a doorway affronting Hillam Farm House with a garden area to the rear and communal parking to the side.
Being the middle of the two properties and again accessed from a doorway affronting Hillam Farm House with a rear garden area. Internally the property comprises of a large open plan kitchen/living area with downstairs w.c. and utility, integral garage and to the first floor four bedrooms, en-suite and a family bathroom
Located at the far end of the barn away from the roadside. Due to the shape of the barn this property will be smaller than the other properties yet benefit from a larger garden plot and open unrestricted views. Internally the property will provide for a living/dining kitchen, utility w.c. and staircase leading to the first floor with three bedrooms, e-suite and family bathroom.
Outline Planning Permission
Under a separate application, outline planning provides for a replacement dwelling to be erected set back from the roadside, in place of the current derelict two bedroom cottage.
The application also provides for the installation of a new sewerage treatment plant to service this property and the three properties that comprise the development of the traditional stone barn.
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