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Renovation-ready farmhouse site for sale in Stanford on Soar

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A Nottinghamshire site featuring a rustic farmhouse and two traditional barns with full planning permission for conversion into four dwellings is available to buy as a whole through property experts Mather Jamie.

Comprising the original Five Oaks Farmhouse and its adjacent outbuildings, the site has been granted planning permission for subdivision of the farmhouse into two four-bed, two-storey dwellings. Permission has also been approved for the conversion and extension of two barns: one into a single-storey, two-bed dwelling and one into a three-bed property which will be part single- and part two-storey. The site therefore has full permission and potential for the creation of four spacious, diverse residences.

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Stanford on Soar is a highly sought-after civil parish in Nottinghamshire, situated close to the Leicestershire border and within one and half miles of Loughborough, from where regular trains run to London St. Pancras and Leicester. The site is located right at the heart of the village, with easy access to Nottingham via the A60 and bus services every 40 minutes.

Hamish Byers, Rural Practice Surveyor at Mather Jamie, says: “This is an exciting opportunity for prospective buyers looking to purchase a unique, characterful and desirably-located site with full, pre-existing planning permission.

“We encourage anyone who would like to enquire further, arrange an internal viewing or make a bid for this site to get in touch.”

For further details of this site, and of similar residential development opportunities across the East Midlands, please contact Hamish Byers on 01509 633714 or refer to the Mather Jamie website: https://www.matherjamie.co.uk/.

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