Land for saleExning Road, Newmarket
Sold by Us £600,000
- Development Site
- Two Semi-Detached Houses & Four Flats
- Outline Planning Permission
- Ref DC/15/2287/OUT
- Demolition of Existing Dwelling
Further planning details are available at www.westsuffolk.gov.uk/planning.
NEWMARKET is a thriving market town and the centre of the horse racing industry. There are excellent shopping facilities, numerous schools, a sports centre, swimming pool and theatre. Cambridge and Bury St Edmunds are easily accessible via the A14 or rail.
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE The site is located on the Exning Road at the corner with Croft Road. The existing bungalow is to be demolished and replaced with a pair of semi-detached houses on the Croft Road aspect and a block of four flats on the Exning Road side.
PLANNING Outline planning consents was granted on 5 May 2016 (application ref DC/15/2287/OUT).
SERVICES Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are located nearby. Prospective purchasers are advised to contact the respective statutory authorities to confirm the position, capacity an adequacy of such services.
VIEWING By arrangement with Cheffins Newmarket office.
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