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Lopcombe, Salisbury

Sold STC £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Development site with approval for two large detached dwellings
  • Enviable rural position overlooking adjoining farmland
  • Adjoining farmland available to purchase (up to 20 acres)

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A rare opportunity to purchase a rural development site with consent to create two large detached dwellings (one subject to an agricultural occupancy condition).

DESCRIPTION:
Plot 1 shown edged red on the identification plan is a former grain store which benefits from prior approval under Class Q for change of use to create a contemporary dwelling of about 332 sq.m (3,574 sq.ft). The grain store sits within a plot extending to approximately 0.95 acres (0.38 hectares) of which 328 sq.m benefits from prior approval for use as domestic curtilage. The remaining areas comprise hardstanding, trees and peripheral areas.

Plot 2 shown edged blue on the identification plan benefits from full planning consent for the construction of an agricultural worker's dwelling of about 230 sq.m (2,474sq.ft) arranged over two floors. The plot extends to 0.46 acres (0.19 hectares) of which 700sq.m benefits from consent for domestic curtilage.

Suitable rights of access will be granted over the area hatched brown.

Both plots enjoy an enviable rural position overlooking adjoining farmland, which is available to purchase (up to 20 acres) by separate negotiation.

The seller will consider selling Plot 1 in isolation or both plots together.

Plot 2 will not be sold separately from Plot 1.

SITUATION:
The site is situated off Hollom Down Road which runs between the A343 (north) and A30 (south) to the east of Lopcome Corner.

A wide range of shopping and recreational facilities can be found in both Salisbury (9 miles) and Andover (9.5 miles).

The surrounding area has numerous excellent schools in both the private and state sectors including the Cathedral School, Farleigh School, Bishop Wordsworth's and South Wilts Grammar School.

There is a mainline train station at Grateley (6 miles) offering direct train services to London Waterloo and the West Country. The A303 is easily accessible to the north linking with the M3 to the east and the M5 to the west.

PLANNING PERMISSION:
Plot 1 benefits from prior approval under Class Q for change of use of the existing agricultural building to form a four bedroom dwelling, together with use of 328 sq.m of the surrounding yard area as domestic curtilage.

Prospective buyers can inspect copies of the decision notice, approved plans and documentation at www.testvalley.gov.uk by entering the planning reference 16/01033/PDQN.

Plot 2 benefits from full planning permission for the construction of a four bedroom detached agricultural worker's dwelling. Please note the dwelling on Plot 2 will be subject to an agricultural occupancy condition restricting occupation of the dwelling to 'a person solely or mainly working, or last working, in the locality in agriculture or in forestry, or a widow or widower of such a person, and to any resident dependants'.

Prospective buyers can inspect copies of the decision notice, approved plans and documentation at www.testvalley.gov.uk by entering the planning reference TVN.07118/2. The development has been commenced to preserve the permission.

Further enquiries should be directed to:
Test Valley Borough Council
Beech Hurst
Weyhill Road
Andover
Hampshire
SP10 3AJ

Tel: 01264 368000
Email: planning@testvalley.gov.uk <mailto:planning@testvalley.gov.uk>

OUTSIDE:
The plots overlook adjoining farmland owned by the seller, which is available to purchase (up to 20 acres) by separate negotiation.

SERVICES:
The site currently has an electricity connection. Mains water is available nearby.

LOCAL AUTHORITY:
Test Valley Borough Council (01264 368000)
www.testvalley.gov.uk <http://www.testvalley.gov.uk>

DIRECTIONS:
Leave Salisbury heading north-east on the A30. Going under the railway bridge at St Thomas' roundabout continue straight on and after about 9 miles you will enter Jacks Bush. After 500 metres take the right hand turn onto Hollom Down Road and follow it around the right hand bend. The site can be found 500 metres beyond, on your left hand side.

GeoTag:
51.1199061,-1.6160326

VIEWINGS:
All viewings should be by appointment only arranged through our Salisbury Office 01722 424 515.


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
01 September 2016

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