- An outstanding and interesting residential development site
- The site extends to approx 3.95 acres enjoying an elevated position
- Semi-rural setting close to the town centre
- Full planning permission for 13 detached houses with garaging
An outstanding and interesting residential development site, with potential for a scheme of considerable character, through significant design input. The site extends to approx. 3.95 acres (1.6 ha) and provides the opportunity to create a high quality development, enjoying an elevated position, affording far reaching views, on the northern edge of this historic market town. The proposed layout capitalises on the topography of the land and it’s semi-rural setting, yet also has the considerable benefit of close proximity to the town centre. Full planning permission for 13 detached houses with a mix of detached and integral garaging.
Burgh le Marsh is an historic market town, situated just south of the A158 approx. 5 miles inland from the coastal resort of Skegness. The town benefits from a good range of local services including a primary school, doctor’s surgery, Lincolnshire Co-Op and convenience stores, bakers, florist, pubs and restaurants. The town has a population of approx. 3,000. Skegness offers a wide variety of services, secondary schools and a railway station which, alongside the A158, provides links to the national transport network. The land is situated off Orby Road, on the northern edge of the village and is shown for identification purposes on the plans attached.
This is an enclosure of pasture land, within established boundaries, elevated and gently sloping south to north, enjoying open views to the north and coast. There is a natural pond at the site entrance which forms an attractive feature. The site is arguably a prime position in the town, having the combination of close proximity to the town centre, yet enjoying a semi-rural setting.
The development comprises a range of 13 varying design substantial detached 1 1/2 storey houses, set on generous plots and configured in an interesting layout taking advantage of the site contours. The dwellings offer contemporary family accommodation being predominantly four-bedroomed with three having three bedrooms, all with garaging. There is a feature pond and area of open space at the site entrance, reinforcing the peaceful rural setting of the development. The roads are a mixture of adopted highway and private drives, the latter lead in to those dwellings, tucked away from the principal road.
All mains services are available in the locality. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the suitability of connection to existing services.
Full Planning Permission for the erection for 14 detached houses was granted by East Lindsey District Council on the 27th May under Ref: S/023/01737/19.
The vendors are retaining Plot 14 in the scheme, hence the land for sale has consent for 13 dwellings.
Conditions in the planning consent refer to potential S.106 contributions and archaeological evaluation. Documents relating to these are available. A copy of the approved plans and Decision Notice are available from the Agent’s Skegness office or can be viewed online at www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/applications.
Further enquiries should be directed to: East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, LN11 8UP. Tel: 01507 601111
The Land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing easements, wayleaves and rights of way, whether or not mentioned in these particulars.
The vendors shall retain a vehicular right of way over the new roadway on site and beyond as necessary between plots 6 & 7 as shown on the approved block plan (assuming the site is developed in accordance with such), to reach the southern boundary of the site. The purchaser shall retain no ransom strip at these agreed points.
The land is offered for sale Freehold with full vacant possession on completion. The vendors shall retain a 1m strip along the entire length of the southern and western boundaries of the site.
Viewing is strictly by appointment through the Agents. Please Note: Cattle do graze the land from time to time, thus care should be taken whilst viewing and persons entering the land do so entirely at their own risk.
The land is being marketed jointly with: Robert Bell & Company, Old Bank Chambers, Horncastle, LN9 5HT
Tel: 01507 522222
Agent: Mr Colin Low
We declare that an employee of Willsons has an interest in the land.
Offers in the region of £800,000.
For further information contact the Agent: Jack Boulton, Willsons, 16 Algitha Road, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2AG. Tel: 01754 896100
The particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but the details are not guaranteed nor do they form part of a Contract. Applicants are advised to make appointments to view but the Agent cannot hold themselves responsible for any expenses incurred in inspecting the properties which may have been sold, let or withdrawn.
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