Land for saleMain Street, North Frodingham, Driffield
2,158 sq ft | £115,000
- 2,158 sq ft (200 sq m)
- Former Methodist Chapel
- Planning Permission to convert
- Proposed four bedroom dwelling
- Vehicular access
- Large garden
- Scope for unique dwelling
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Standing towards the front of a large garden THE FORMER METHODIST CHAPEL has detailed planning permission for conversion to a detached two-storey four bedroomed dwelling with vehicular access.
The B1249 passes through the village with its main street lined with houses, cottages and public house. The village cross is located at the junction of the road to Brandesburton and outside the attractive village school is the war memorial. Just outside North Frodingham is the Church of St Elgin which, though restored in the 19th Century, has its original Norman font.
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