Hemyock, Cullompton, Devon, EX15

Guide price

A detached agricultural barn with consent to convert to a dwelling in this popular Mid Devon area set within a plot of approximately 1.09 acres

Freehold Guide Price OIEO £400,000

A traditional two storey barn originally constructed from natural stone with a corrugated roof and with later extensions and repairs using a mixture of block, render, sheet cladding and timber cladding. The barn benefits from conditional full planning approval for the "Change of use and conversion of a redundant agricultural barn to dwelling and associated access, parking, landscaping and garden area". The full application can be found under planning reference 23/01820/FULL.. Further details are available from the selling agents.

The site is shown edged red on the accompanying plan and extends in total to approximately 1.09 acres.


The property will be accessed via a right of way as shown hatched brown on the accompanying plan.


Conditional planning permission was granted on 24 January 2024 under reference 23/01820/FULL. This is subject to 8 conditions. Further details are available from the MDDC planning website or from the selling agents.


On the basis that the property is purchased as a self build the property will be exempt from any Community Infrastructure Levy. If the property is purchased by a developer CIL will be payable. Further details from the selling agents.


Mid Devon District Council

Phoenix House, Phoenix Ln, Tiverton EX16 6PP Tel: 01884 255255

South West Water

Peninsula House, Rydon Lane, Exeter EX2 7HR  Tel: 0344 3462020


We understand that the building is connected to mains water and electricity.


The purchasers will be responsible for the erection and future maintenance of a new stock proof boundary as marked A-B–C.


Strictly by appointment through the sole selling agents; 01404 46222.


All persons wishing to view the property do so entirely at their own risk. Neither the Vendors or their Agents will be held liable for any damage or injury that may occur when interested parties are visiting the property. A working farm is a potentially hazardous environment and for prospective purchasers own personal safety, please be vigilant when viewing the farm, particularly around the farmyard and in fields containing stock. All potential purchasers are asked to observe the country code and close all gates. We would further note that it is suspected, although impossible to determine without expert assistance and analysis, that the fibre cement sheets used in the construction of some of the buildings may contain asbestos.

The property occupies an outstanding rural position situated within the sought after Culm Valley, within the Blackdown Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and widely regarded as some of the most attractive countryside in the county. The village of Hemyock is situated approximately 1 mile distant to the south and provides a thriving local community with primary school, parish church, village stores, doctor's surgery and public house. The larger centres of Wellington and Taunton both offer a good range of everyday shopping, banking and scholastic services, including primary and secondary schooling as well as a number of noted public Schools.

Despite its rural position the property enjoys easy access to the surrounding districts and further afield with access to the M5 motorway available at Wellington (J26) being approximately 5.5 miles distant. Main line rail services are also available at Taunton, Honiton and Tiverton Parkway and international airports at Exeter and Bristol.

01404 46222

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