Formerly part of Hyde Farm, Hyde Court and Hyde Farm comprise a cluster of agricultural barns and outbuildings. Full planning permission (P15/V2241/FUL) has been granted for the demolition of existing buildings, with the exception of two barns which are to be retained and extended to facilitate change of use to two residential dwellings.
The planning allows for each of the new dwellings to benefit from
a private driveway off the road.
Hyde Farm enjoys additional land with a small woodland copse and a field and in all grounds extend to about 3.5 acres. The planning for Hyde Farm proposes that much of the original barns are retained with creation of a second floor to part. In an L shape, again accommodation is flexible depending on needs with open plan kitchen/dining room, snug and sitting room with wood burner. There is a bedroom, bathroom and shower room also on the ground floor with an office which could be used as a fourth bedroom. On the first floor are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, planning consent provides for a detached double garage. With ample parking and turning space, it is envisaged that gardens would be to the rear.
Set in about half an acre of land, Hyde Court proposed planning
optimises the existing barn features with exposed timbers and glazed walls overlooking an inner courtyard. The U shaped accommodation is versatile for today's modern lifestyle with open plan kitchen/dining room, snug, sitting room with wood burner, study and utility room. Also on the ground floor are a bedroom, bathroom and shower room as well as an office. On the second floor are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, there is a triple bay garage and log store. It is proposed that gardens are landscaped and an orchard planted.
Services: Mains water and electricity are currently on the site. Private drainage.