The existing steel-framed agricultural barn will be demolished and replaced by a brand new lightweight home sitting on the north east side of the site, which is bounded by Gussage Brook to the south side.
The new barn will reflect the existing barn in terms of siting, height and mass, and will reflect the topology of an agricultural framed building. It will have a silvered and weathered appearance, with indigenous planting and natural screening.
The village has a historic church and a clubhouse, and has access to many rural walks across the Cranborne Chase. There is an excellent range of private and state schools within easy reach, including Cranborne and Wimborne Minster. Gussage All Saints is set in a chalk valley about 8 miles north of Wimborne Minster, with excellent road access to the city of Salisbury and the coastal towns of Poole and Bournemouth, all of which have mainline rail links to London Waterloo.
The site stands within the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB.)
Services: Interested parties must make their own enquiries as to the availability of services.
Full details of the planning permission can be found on the Dorset Council website. Reference 3/20/0660/FUL https://eastplanning.dorsetcouncil.gov.uk/plandisp.aspx?recno=116352
We include in our presentation CGIs (Computer Generated Images) of the proposed exterior and interior.
This Promap image is not intended as a precise representation of the property’s boundaries or area of land. It should be treated as an approximate guide only. Interested parties should have their solicitor check the exact dimensions on the Title Plan.
DIRECTIONS: From Wimborne, proceed north on the B3078 Wimborne to Cranborne Road. Just before the Horton Inn, turn left and proceed over the bridge and round the sharp bends and up the hill. At the top of the hill, turn right signposted to Gussage All Saints. Proceed down the hill and over a small bridge (Ton Bridge), and Ton Barn can be found on the right hand side.