About this property

Key Features

Freehold with vacant possession
Rural location
Prior approval for change of use to residential dwelling
Detached agricultural barn in 4.30 acres


An opportunity to acquire a generous sized agricultural barn with prior approval consent for change of use to a residential dwelling, situated in a rural location near Ramsey in the county of Cambridgeshire. Prior approval consent was granted by Huntingdonshire District Council under reference 18/0168/PMBPA for change of use to form one residential dwelling. Consent was granted in October 2018. Please refer to the legal pack for details. The property comprises a steel portal frame agricultural building (22.63m x 13.31m) providing approximately 300sqm of gross internal space. The barn is sold with the adjacent former piggery building and open fronted cart shed, together with approximately 3.75 acres of land to the rear which has been in arable rotation. The property is accessible via a separate entrance way from Ramsey Hollow Road and extends in total to 4.30 acres. Mains electricity is connected.


Freehold with vacant possession


The property is located approximately 4 miles to the north east of the market town of Ramsey in a rural location. From the centre of Ramsey head south east on Hollow Lane before turning left into Ramsey Hollows Drove. The property can be found on the right hand side approximatley 1.5 miles on the corner of Ramsey Hollow Road and Long Drove.

Auctioneers Note

The land is sold subject to a right of holdover until October 2019 in order to harvest the current potato crop.

Lot Type


Legal Packs

www.cheffins.co.uk/auctions/property-auctions or Paul Burrows of Beacon Wealth Solicitors, 3 The Sheep Market, St Ives, Huntingdon, PE27 4AJ, 01480 377377, pburrows@beaconwealth.co.uk


Cheffins Property Auction Dept 01223 213777

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