Plot for saleWheatfield Crescent, Burgh Le Marsh
- 8 Building Plots in total
- With Outline Planning Permission for Eco Houses
- Each Plot measures approx. 20m frontage x 50m depth
- Unique Opportunity for self build
- Located on the edge of Burgh Le Marsh
- Convenient for Town Centre
- Views over open fields to rear
Full descriptionWillsons are pleased to offer for sale 8 executive building plots with outline planning permission for erection of eco houses, situated on the edge of Burgh Le Marsh with views over open farmland to the rear.
There are 8 building plots in total each with a frontage of 20 metres and a depth of 50 metres.
Outline Planning Permission was granted by East Lindsey District Council on 18th January 2013 for the erection of 8 no eco houses. Planning Application No S/023/02360/12. As per the attached document.
It is the vendors intention to construct the internal roadway known as Wheatfield Crescent with a non metalled surface i.e. a decorative gravel as per the outline planning permission. It is proposed that this will then be owned by a management company made up of the owners of the plots who will all contribute to the up keep of the roadway and landscaped areas.
The vendor may have a mains water and electricity supply connected along Wheatfield Crescent but not to individual plots and this cost will be added to the purchase price. It will therefore be the responsibility of the purchaser to satisfy themselves regarding individual connection.
The plots are being sold freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
To find the plots from Burgh Le Marsh Market Place turn right towards Lincoln. Take the first left onto Wainfleet Road and then the second right onto Wildshed Lane. The plots can be found on the left hand side just after the turning into Linden Drive on your right. Wheatfield Crescent will be set back with a landscaped area between it and Wildshed Lane.
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