Childswickham Road, Broadway, WR12 7HB
£1,600,000 Guide Price
- 18th Century Barn Conversion
- Plot of Approx. 7 Acres, Grassland and Fruit Trees
- Superb Location
- Outbuildings inc. Cafe, Retail Shop, Cider Barn Museum
- Potential for Holiday Lets Conversion subject to Permissions
- In Need of Modernisation
- Huge Potential
- Former Coach Parking and Visitor Parking 40 Cars
Property SummaryA fantastic opportunity to purchase a five bedroom 18th century barn conversion in need of modernisation situated on a 7+ acre plot with a variety of previously commercially run buildings including a café, retail shop, cider barn museum, cider mill and a more recently constructed building that would easily be converted into a range of holiday lets. The opportunities and potential are superb as is the location with its proximity to the highly popular tourist spot of Broadway.
For many years Barnfield Mill was a super family run business specialising in the production of Cider and Perry from locally grown fruit. There were parking areas for coaches and up to 40 cars and also private parking. Planning permission was previously granted to create a holiday park comprising 15 lodges and six holiday homes, but this has since lapsed which prospective purchasers must take into account.
The majority of the buildings are centred around a courtyard area to the front of the plot and the main land is situated to the rear and is mostly grassland with a variety of fruit trees.
This superb property must be viewed to appreciate all on offer and the huge potential.
ABOUT THE LOCATION
One of the most picturesque of the Cotstwold Centres, and overlooked by the picturesque Broadway Hill, the beautiful village of Broadway is less than a mile from Barnfield Mill. A variety of fine restaurants and pubs can be found in Broadway as well as day to day amenities including First Schools, Library, Doctors, Chemist, Delicatessen, Budgens supermarket and a Butcher.
The quietly situated nearby village of Childswickham benefits from a thriving local community with a Parish Church dating back to the 15th Century, a renowned Brasserie Public House and a network of beautiful footpaths for country walks.
The larger cultural towns of Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon all within 15 miles and there are mainline train stations to London Paddington from Evesham (approx. 6 miles) and Moreton-in-Marsh (approx. 9 miles).