Outstanding opportunity to aquire a former agricultural barn with consent for conversion

Proposed Accomodation Hall | Cloakroom |Utility Room | Open plan kitchen/Dining/Living Room | Master bedroom with en suite bathroom (first floor) | 3 further bedrooms (ground floor) | Bathroom | Grounds of 0.6 acres.

The Property A rare opportunity to acquire a former agricultural barn with planning consent for conversion into a contemporary detached property (planning reference 16/02712/FULD & 17/02131/PACOU).

The proposed conversion will retain the outline of the existing barn with a contemporary look with vertical wood cladding and large picture windows under a slate roof. Internally there is a bias of accommodation on the ground floor creating a versatile arrangement whilst the first floor the first floor provides a master bedroom with en suite bathroom together with a useful store room.

Within the immediate grounds is a stable block which could either be retained for alternative use / storage or demolished to create more immediate amenity space adjacent to the barn. Additionally, there is the potential to increase the scale of the opportunity through Permitted Development Rights.

Overall this is an exciting opportunity for buyers looking for a rarely available self- build project.


The immediate garden and grounds to be sold with the property extend to 0.66 acres – it should be noted that there is a distinction regarding the use of the curtilage for garden restricted to the light blue area on the plan. The remaining dark blue area currently remains as agricultural status.

There is also the option to purchase the adjoining field extending to 1.22acres shown dark green on the attached plan by separate negotiation.


The barn is situated at the end of a no through lane directly adjacent to and with a wonderful rural aspect across the adjoining fields and woodland in the distance, within an area of outstanding natural beauty. Beech Hill is a small rural village surrounded on all sides by farmland whilst still being accessible to local villages and road / rail communications to the wider environment including London, Heathrow and Farnborough airports together with the South Coast.

The larger community of Mortimer is about 2 miles away with a comprehensive range of amenities including post office, bank, schools & doctor’s & dentist surgeries. It also has a mainline railway station with links to London Paddington within the hour.

The more comprehensive amenities of Reading are also about 6 miles away also with mainline rail links to London Paddington (27 minutes approximately), with the added potential draw of Crossrail in the future.


From the Odiham proceed via North Warnborough to the M3 and continue via Hook on the B3349 signposted Hook/Reading. Continue on this road until reaching the Wellington Country Park roundabout taking the first exit & continuing to the next roundabout on the A33. Proceed straight across in to welsh Lane & after 1.3 miles turn right & follow this country lane to the T junction. Turn right onto Beech Hill Road /Park View turning right after 0.3 miles into Wood Lane. Follow the lane to the end (with gate blocking further access where the barn will be found immediately on the right hand side.

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Wood Lane, Beech Hill Reading Berkshire RG7

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Wood Lane, Beech Hill Reading Berkshire RG7

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