Situated in the picturesque hamlet and Conservation Area of Norton Green, nestled between Freshwater and Yarmouth is this building plot with planning permission to build a detached four bedroom house offering an ideal opportunity to build a comfortable home as a self build project.
Under planning reference CAC/14864/C, P/00688/12, the original Mountfield Cottage has already been demolished and the footings have been poured ready for construction of the new property which will be a sizeable detached four bedroom home with two of the bedrooms having en suite facilities plus a family bathroom. The ground floor living accommodation will feature a good sized kitchen, large living room to the rear and a separate study together with a useful cloakroom/WC. The plans allow for a long driveway to the side of the property providing ample off road parking for several cars and will lead to a double garage with a turning area adjacent. In addition there will be gardens to the front and rear.
The hamlet of Norton Green is pleasantly tucked away and around a mile from the village of Freshwater with its range of shops, services and amenities. There are also several local beaches in the area together with access to miles of protected downland and coastal walks as well as the SSSI protected Afton Nature Reserve and Yar Estuary. The harbour town of Yarmouth with its mainland ferry terminal and excellent sailing facilities is within a five minute drive making this a highly desirable and convenient location.
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent Spence Willard.
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