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Development opportunity to create two large dwellings in superb position in a prime location within the much sought after village of Barlaston. The existing dwelling has planning approved to create a 5 bedroom house and within the grounds there is a building plot with outline planning permission to build another detached house.
Barlaston is one of the most highly regarded villages within North Staffordshire. The village itself has excellent local amenities with easy access to the nearby towns of Stone and Newcastle under Lyme. Further afield there are excellent road and rail links for access across the country via the M6, A50 leading to M1 and both Stoke and Stafford Railway Stations being within a 20 minute drive. The village is also just a stone's throw from The National Trust Barlaston Downs and the ever popular Trentham Gardens and shopping village.
Outline Planning Permission has been granted for the erection of a substantial detached house at the rear of the existing dwelling. The new build house with detached garage will occupy good size gardens whilst also leaving ample gardens for the existing dwelling. Full details of the application can be viewed on the Stafford Borough Council website with the application number 16/24310/OUT
The accommodation in the house currently comprises; Reception Hall, Cloakroom/WC, Living Room, Dining Kitchen, Family Room, Shower Room and Utility to the Ground Floor and to the First Floor there are Four Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. The planning consent allows for alteration to create Two Reception Rooms along with a Large Kitchen/Breakfast or Family Area., Utility and Cloakroom to the Ground Floor whilst on the First Floor will be Five Bedrooms, Three with En-Suite facilities and a Principal Bathroom. Full details of the application can be viewed on the Stafford Borough Council website using the application number 16/24282/HOU
All mains connected.
Strictly by appointment through Follwells.
The blue line indicates the grounds for the proposed new property and the red line shows the grounds that would remain with the existing dwelling.