Residential Development for saleChurch Street, Donisthorpe
Guide Price £325,000
- Outline consent
- 2 x 3 bed semi-detached
- 2 x 4 bed detached
- 0.30 acres (0.12 hectares)
- 4 Dwellings
- 3 Accesses (1 undeveloped)
Full descriptionGeneral - The site extends to fully 0.30 acres (0.12 hectares) or thereabouts and currently comprises the former Donisthorpe Church Hall (353.57 sqm G.E.A. or thereabouts) and further areas of undeveloped land.
The site benefits from a planning consent to demolish the Church Hall and erect four dwellings.
Planning - The site benefits from a consent to demolish the Church Hall and erect four dwellings and install a third access off the public road. A digital copy is available from the selling agent or via the North West Leicestershire District Council website.
Location - The site is located at the southern end of Donisthorpe with frontage onto New Street and Church Street. More generally Donisthorpe is situated 3.7 miles from the town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch in west Leicestershire and 2.4 miles from Junction 11 of the M42 Motorway.
The site is bounded by residential property and located directly opposite the church and former Rectory, both Grade II listed.
Services - The property is understood to be connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. No inspection or testing of the services has been carried out and no guarantee to their condition or suitability can be given.
Easements And Rights Of Way - The land is to be sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights of way, wayleaves and easements that may exist whether specifically mentioned in these particulars or not.
Tenure And Possession - The land is for sale freehold with vacant possession available upon completion.
Guide Price - The property is marketed at a guide price of £325,000 (Three hundred and Twenty Five Thousand Pounds) as a whole.
Vat - All prices quoted are exclusive of, but may be subject to Value Added Tax.
Energy Performance Certificate - The Church Hall has a Non Deomestic Building EPC rating of Band G.
Method Of Sale - The land is offered for sale by private treaty and offers are invited on an unconditional basis.
All offers are to be made in writing and forwarded to the selling agents.
Conditions Of Sale - Any sale will be subject to the following conditions.
1. The Purchasers and their successors in title shall not object to the ringing of the bells at the Parish Church, cause nuisance to the Incumbent or the congregation attending Divine service, or use the property for illegal or immoral purpose.
2. The purchaser shall submit site layout plans and elevations of any future alterations or developments differing from those consented at the point of sale to the sellers for their approval (such approval is not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed).
Local Planning Authority - North West Leicestershire District Council
Viewing - Access to the Church Hall and the adjoining land is only available by prior appointment with the selling agent.
Further Information - To discuss the matter further or to arrange a viewing please contact Adam Jaeban BSc (Hons) MRICs of Andrew Granger & Co on 01509 243 720 or email@example.com .
Site And Location Plan - For identification purposes only (not to scale).
Reproduced from the Ordnance Survey map with the permission of the controller of H.M.S.O (C) Crown copyright reserved Licence 100022432.
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