The property currently includes a derelict red brick bungalow and surrounding gardens, with a large grassland paddock and former timber framed agricultural buildings positioned to the rear.
The property is positioned to the north of Hambleton Village and enjoys open views out over the grassland paddock and surrounding agricultural land. The site currently provides for the two bedroom red brick bungalow, with the accommodation comprising, central hallway, lounge, kitchen, pantry, store, lean-to, rear porch and two bedrooms. The bungalow has not been occupied for a considerable period of time and the Planning Proposals are to demolish the bungalow and re-use the land for the erection of a replacement dwelling on site.
To the rear of the existing bungalow, are a range of former timber agricultural outbuildings. These buildings are now within a relatively dilapidated state, however the structures provide potential for alternative uses subject to the Purchaser gaining the relevant Planning Consent. Surrounding the timber outbuildings is a useful grassland paddock area suitable for grazing or further additional alternative uses.
The site already has the considerable benefit of vehicular access, whilst mains services are also connected to the property. It should be noted and as detailed in the general remarks, the electricity meter has been removed.
The property obtained Planning Consent under Application No: 21/00204/OUT, as at 10th December 2021 from Wyre Borough Council. The Planning Decision Notice states that the replacement dwelling shall be a bungalow property only, as defined by a house having only one storey or upper room set in the roof, typically with Dorma windows.
The Consent is Outline, which will allow potential purchasers to apply for full details and reserve matters to include Appearance, Scale, Layout and Landscaping.
The proposed development is an ideal and rare opportunity to create a bespoke residential development in a semi-rural location with the benefit of an additional grassland paddock and former timber out building space.
The Vendor would consider lotting the Building Plot (with gardens) and the grassland paddock separately, where only part of the property would be of interest to potential purchasers and this can be negotiated at time of tender.
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