Sympathetic construction of modern homes.

Brinsford Farm Barns

About This Project

The barns complex is to the north side of Brinsford Lane and comprises the range of traditional and modern farm buildings along with grass paddocks to the north and east. The complex amounts in total to approximately 2.83 acres (1.143 ha). The project to provide sympathetic construction of modern homes, bursting with authentic and period features is a long term one. There are no definite proposals as yet.

Accommodation

Important – this is a brief description of the existing barns complex. It has not been verified and is subject to change at any time

1 – Large traditional 2 storey l-shaped brick under tile barn (9.45m x 4.95m plus 15.0m x 7.25m). Adjoining a single storey section 3.30m x 7.25m (estimated), leading to single storey barn 18.90m x 5.75m plus lean-to dairy to the end 4.5m x 5.75m.

2 – Traditional single storey brick under tile building with concrete floor containing six stables 19.9m x 6m reducing slightly inn width along its length.

3 – A 4-bay, (60’ x 45’) concrete framed building with fibre cement sheet roof and earth floor. The building is open to three sides.

4 – Corrugated low level Dutch Barn (60’ x 23’6”) with metal sheet roof and metal cladding to three sides. There is a lockable storage area to one end with double sliding doors.

5 – Corrugated workshop with earth floor.

6 – Steel portal framed 4-bay (60’ x 45’) general purpose agricultural stock building with earth floor and block walls with Yorkshire boarding over, under a dual pitch roof.

7 – Open fronted timber pole barn machinery store (9.0m x 7.7m) with earth floor, with a metal sheet cladding and mono pitch roof.

8 – Brick under metal sheet roof traditional pig sty building 9.7m x 2.5m with concrete floor and four individual sties with yards to the front, and lean-to kennel to the rear (1.8m width).

9 – Steel portal framed open fronted cattle building (60’ x 30’) with part block walls with cement fibre cladding over, with earth floor. Brick under metal sheet roof traditional pig sty building with concrete floor and four individual sties

Directions

Heading along the A5 from the M6 J12, at towards Gailey roundabout, take the first exit at the roundabout onto the A449. Continue for approximately 2.7 miles and continue over the 2 roundabouts, on the A449 for a further 0.6 miles before turning left on to Brinsford lane, continue for 0.2 miles where you will see the house on your right.

Expressions Of Interest

We are always happy to discuss any issues and plans with any interested party – please contact us using the contacts details page.

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Barns, Staffordshire