A most exciting opportunity to acquire a stunning building plot with full planning consent for a replacement dwelling, all set within grounds of around 1.7 acre, located about 5 minutes drive from Yarmouth.
A rare opportunity to acquire a fabulous, level, plot with mature trees and full planning permission to build a replacement house. This is a rapidly changing area with significant new houses being contracted on large plots where run down houses have been situated for decades.
Planning permission (P/00225/15 TCP/16269/D) was granted on 05/05/15 and is valid for 3 years from this date. The new house will comprise of three bedrooms (all with shower/bathroom en-suite facilities), kitchen, two sittings rooms, conservatory, a utility room and a family bathroom. Subject to obtaining necessary consents, permission could be sought for an alternative type of replacement house.
The current house that is on the plot is in a poor state of repair and in need of being replaced. The new house will have an east and south facing aspect and will enjoy stunning views across this 1.7 (approx.) acre plot (further land is available by separate negotiation).
The highly popular Shalfleet Village School is located approximately 5 minutes’ walk from the property. The village has a shop, pub and is close to the National Trust controlled Newtown Nature Reserve. Yarmouth and Newport are both a short drive from the property.
POSTCODE PO41 0YB.
VIEWINGS All viewings will be strictly by prior arrangement with the selling agent, Spence Willard.
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