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Cawthorpe, Bourne Guide Price £400,000

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  • Approximately 5 ¼ Acres
  • Derelict Barn
  • No Planning Consent
  • Sought After Location
  • Backs Onto Fields

Situated behind Cawthorpe Farm, and accessed via a driveway off Cawthorpe itself, this site comprises an area of approximately 5 ¼ acres. The land backs onto open fields, and there is situate on the site a derelict stone and brick barn. Whilst planning has previously been sought, the site is sold without the benefit of any planning permission.

General Description

This is a site of approximately 5 ¼ acres, and is land retained by our client from when Cawthorpe Farm was sold. The access from the road into the site forms part of the sale. The area of land being sold is as edged in orange on the plan. Within the curtilege of the land to be sold is a derelict brick and stone barn.


There have been various planning applications made, which have either been refused, or withdrawn as below: Planning application - s18/1267 - Refused 14/9/2018 Proposal: Conversion of barn to dwelling with re-build of existing t-section and extension to create a garage. Planning application - s18/1268 - Withdrawn Proposal: Internal and external alterations to a barn with a re-build of existing t-section and extension to create a garage. Planning application - s18/1848 - Refused - 20/12/2018 Proposal: Prior notification of conversion of barn to dwelling Planning application - s19/0843 - Withdrawn - 22/9/2019 Proposal: Conversion of barn to dwelling (Re-submission following S18/1267) In conversations with an architect recently, our client has been advised that it might be prudent to seek consent for an Eco-Type home, although no plans or application have been drawn up for this.

Public Right Of Way

It should be noted that a public right of way crosses part of the site to the northern side of the derelict barn.


There is no overage for building on the southern sector of the site - ie on the area of land to the south of the yellow indicating line on the annotated plan. Were planning consent granted for additional properties to the north of this yellow indicating line, then there would be an uplift of 23% in favour of the previous owner of Cawthorpe Farm. Please note that this overage clause has not been inserted by our client, and is historic, therefore non negotiable.

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Bourne PE10 0AB
County: Lincolnshire
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: 00001912

P: 01778 391600

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