Residential Development for saleQueen Street, Geddington, Kettering
Sold STC £250,000
A unique opportunity to acquire an interesting development site located in the heart of the picturesque north east Northamptonshire village of Geddington. No planning consent exists, and interested parties must liaise directly with Kettering Borough Council. The site extends to approximately 0.231 acres (0.0935 hectares).
Location - The delightful village of Geddington is surrounded by some of north east Northamptonshire's most attractive open countryside between the thriving towns of Kettering and Corby linked by the A43, close to the A14, with mainline rail services to London from both Kettering and Corby. Geddington contains what is thought to be the best surviving Eleanor Cross dating from 1294. The village was also formerly home to a royal hunting lodge which was used as a base by monarchs for hunting within the royal forest of Rockingham. The old main road runs through the village and crosses the river Ise by a spectacular medieval bridge which is believed to date back to 1250. The village has a range of local amenities including a school, pubs and shop, and the nearby towns of Market Harborough, Kettering and Corby have more comprehensive shopping and supermarket facilities.
Viewings & Directions - ALL VIEWINGS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED THROUGH THE AGENTS ANDREW GRANGER & COMPANY ON 01858-431315. From Market Harborough, proceed eastbound via the A427, and on reaching the roundabout on the fringes of Corby, turn right along the A6003, and at the next roundabout at the junction of the A43 take the signpost to Geddington. On reaching Stamford Road (A43), continue onto West Street, turning right onto Queen Street, with the property located on the right hand side.
Planning - The subject site lies within the Limits to Development boundary for Geddington, a restricted infill village under local planning policy. It also lies within the local Conservation Area. No planning permission exists for the site. Andrew Granger & Co Planning Department (01858 439090) would be pleased to guide interested parties in respect to the options available. The site has formerly been used as printing works, pub/brewery and wood yard, together with an element of residential.
Plans - The plan provided is for guidance purposes only, and does not form part of any contract. Interested parties must check the boundaries and access prior to committing to the purchase.
Wayleaves, Easements & Rights Of Way - The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all covenants, rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist over the property whether or not mentioned in these particulars. There is a shared driveway at the entrance to the site, further details from the agents.
Site Safety & Viewing - PLEASE NOTE THAT THE SITE CONTAINS HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH DERELICT SITES AND BUILDINGS. ALL VIEWINGS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED WITH A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE SELLING AGENTS, AND ALL VIEWERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR APPROPRIATE SAFETY EQUIPMENT INCLUDING HARD HAT AND SAFETY BOOTS. THE AGENTS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO RESTRICT ACCESS TO PARTS OF THE SITE. VIEWINGS ARE UNDERTAKEN AT YOUR OWN RISK.
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