Land for saleDevelopment plot at Back Lane, Nomans Heath, Malpas, Cheshire
- Development Plot
- Full Planning Permission
- Four Dwellings
- Two Detached
- Two Semi-detached
- Sought After Area
- Viewing Essential
Full descriptionA rare opportunity to acquire a superb building plot in an excellent semi-rural village location, with full planning permission for the development of four dwellings.
The dwellings will comprise two four bedroom detached houses and two three bedroom semi-detached houses. All houses are open market without any affordable housing restrictions and we believe these homes will have broad market appeal and there will be strong buyer demand.
The site is a mature garden plot with independent access from Back Lane and Cross o’ The Hill Road.
The plot is offered for sale with no onward chain. Viewing strictly by appointment via the agent.
The plot is located off a quiet lane in the attractive semi-rural area of Nomans Heath, close to Malpas. There is a comprehensive road network system which can be reached within minutes, with key roads such as the A41, A49, A55, M6 and M56 bringing Liverpool, Manchester, North Wales and the Midlands within commutable distance. There are also excellent rail links in Wrexham, Chester and Crewe, and Liverpool and Manchester International Airports are within an hours drive.
The village of Malpas is only two miles away which provides good local amenities including shops, restaurants, a picturesque Church, pubs, restaurants, doctor and dentist surgeries and excellent schools. For wider day to day amenities, the beautiful Roman city of Chester is within a 20 minute drive (approx.), and there is also convenient access to the thriving Georgian high street of Tarporley and the market town of Whitchurch.
The area as a whole has superb leisure facilities, particularly for those with an interest in golf, cycling, horse riding and walking. Carden Park Hotel with its Nicklaus and Cheshire golf courses and driving range, archery, fitness club and spa is nearby, whilst the Sandstone Trail at Bickerton Hill provides a most attractive walking route.
The present owner has obtained planning permission for the construction of two four bedroom detached houses and two three bedroom semi-detached houses with associated garages. Planning permission was granted on appeal. Plans can be viewed online on the Cheshire West & Chester council planning portal or are available on request from the agent. Appeal application number: X/07/00050/REF. Planning application number: 04/01382/FUL. The planning conditions are available from the agent. All houses are to be open market without any affordable housing restrictions.
The existing dwelling ‘Longacre’, will be retained by the current owner. The existing property will have to be partially demolished with alterations made in accordance with the planning permission, which include a new driveway separate to the development. The existing access will remain for the benefit of one new four bed house and one semi-detached house. Individual access, off back lane, benefits the other new build four bed house. Access for the other semi-detached house will be off Cross o’ the Hill Rd.
Property ref: 121_679_4030842
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