Closing Date Set St Huberts Lane, Fulmer, Nr Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, SL9 7BZ



The Building at St Huberts Lane is located on a quiet road near the desirable village of Fulmer, which benefits from a primary school, church, village hall, recreation ground and pub. A wider range of shopping and facilities are available in Gerrards Cross.

The barn is surrounded by woodland and agricultural land and is situated in a semi-rural location.


The Building is a former agricultural building that benefits from Prior Approval under Class Q of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) Order 2015 for residential use. Plans have been approved for the provision of a one bedroom dwelling. Full details can be found on the South Buckinghamshire District Council’s website under Application Reference: 17/00521/MBNOT. Approval was granted on 15 May 2017 and the development is to be completed within 3-years.

The building is of steel frame structure with timber rafters and eaves, and a poured concrete floor. The roof is of corrugated metal sheeting. The walls comprise a mix of metal cladding and timber studwork and plywood, which are over-clad with weatherboarding and fibreglass corrugated sheeting. The property benefits from a mains electricity connection and extends to 34.2sqm (368.1sqft) or thereabouts.

The plot extends to 0.137 hectares (0.34 acres).

Development Potential

The Property benefits from Prior Approval for conversion to residential use. There is potential to further extend the building, subject to obtaining all necessary consents.


The Property benefits from mains water and electricity.


The Property will be sold freehold with vacant possession on completion.


The Property is to be accessed from St Huberts Lane via a field gate. The vendor will retain a right of way over part of the access, as shown shaded brown on the plan for indicative purposes only, in order to access retained land.


Offers in Excess of £285,000

Method of Sale

The Property is offered for sale by Private Treaty

Wayleaves, Easements and Covenants

Interested parties should make their own enquiries into any wayleaves, easements and covenants affecting the land, and take any advice relating to these matters to satisfy themselves before proceeding with a purchase.


It is not possible to see the property from the public highway. Access to the site and building is to be arranged strictly by appointment with the vendor’s agent Bidwells on 01727 223902. We ask that you be as vigilant as possible and take due care for your own personal safety when inspecting the property.
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