Location The site is located along Badcocks Lane, which links Long Lane Haughton to the A49. Nestled in the heart of Cheshire, with fantastic views towards Peckforton Castle and Bickerton Hills. The local village of Bunbury is picturesque, with local amenities such as renowned pubs, local shop, butcher, doctor’s surgery, sports facilities, church and respected primary school. The nearby “best kept village” of Tarporley also offers a wide range of facilities and amenities. Including, award winning restaurant’s and wine bars, village shops and a wide range of fashion retailers. Both villages offer respected primary schools, whilst Tarporley also benefits from a popular high school, rated “outstanding” by Ofsted at their last inspection. The renowned schools of Kings and Queens are located in Chester, whilst Ellesmere and Abbey Gate Colleges are within easy reach. There are excellent communication links, being less than a mile from the A49 linking the M56 to Shrewsbury and beyond. Both the A49 and the nearby A41 allows easy access to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester. The A55 expressway serving North Wales is within 30mins drive and there are local train services linking Chester and Crewe. The latter being a direct station to Manchester, Liverpool and London Euston. Local Equestrian attractions include Horse Racing at Chester, Haydock and Bangor on Dee; Hunting with the Cheshire and Wynnstay Hounds; Polo at Cheshire Polo Club in Little Budworth; Kelsall Hill Equestrian Centre, show-jumping at Southview, Broxton Hall Gallops. The local area provides outriding heaven, with quiet country roads and riding along the Bickerton Hill routes with the correct permits. There are several golf courses locally at Carden Park, Tarporley, Waverton, and Aldersey Green; motor racing at Oulton Park; walking along the Sandstone Trail over the Peckforton and Bickerton Hills and in Delamere Forest. The local villages of Bunbury and Tarporley have football, tennis and cricket clubs, whilst there are rugby clubs and gym/spa facilities at Whitchurch and Nantwich. Description This property offers a unique opportunity for developers or someone wishing to build their dream home. The plot comprises a range of agricultural buildings, one of which has planning permission to convert into a pair of 4-bed semi-detached dwellings. Planning permission was granted in February 2019 by Cheshire East Council under reference 18/3074N. The permission grants the conversion of the existing barn to two dwellings. The permission is granted in association with the approved plans but each dwelling briefly comprises an entrance hall, Kitchen/Dining room, Living room, utility and cloakroom. There are provisions for 4 bedrooms, two with en-suites and a family bathroom. The site occupies a secluded position and offers fantastic views across the Cheshire countryside. The Land The land consists of circa 4.5 acres of grassland and Amenity area. The land can be split to create the ideal balance of garden areas and paddocks to suit all options. Services Mains electricity and water are connected. Local Authority Cheshire East County Council.