Plot for saleGyrn Road, Selattyn, Oswestry
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WOODHEADs are delighted to present an opportunity to purchase a building plot, approx 264 square metres, with enviable views overlooking the Cheshire plains. Boasting a sought after location in the popular village of Selattyn, which is convenient to Oswestry. Outline planning permission has been granted for a new split level dwelling. Planning application reference number: 15/03363/OUT. We highly recommend an early viewing to appreciate the plot's sought after position. Viewings are strictly by appointment only.
Directions - From our Oswestry office head towards the Oswestry Fire Station taking the right hand turning onto Oakhurst Road. Continue along this road and into the village of Selattyn taking the left hand turn after the school into Gyrn Road and immediately right into a driveway leading to the property.
Location - Selattyn is a small village set on the edge of the beautiful Ceiriog Valley with Offas Dyke and the ruined Castle Brogyntyn close by. Selattyn has a primary school, a church, the Last Inn and the Cross Keys public house. For your everyday needs Oswestry is approximately 3 miles and has a wide variety of shops, cafe's and restaurants.
Surrounding Towns - Oswestry is a market town located on the border of England and Wales. Famous for its outside markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and livestock market, Oswestry is one of the country's oldest recorded border towns. The town centre boasts a number of independent and high street shops along with a number of specialist retailers and has a number of popular restaurants. Oswestry show ground plays host to a variety of annual fairs, music festivals and the Oswestry show. The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools including Oswestry School, Moreton Hall Girls School, Adcote School for Girls, Ellesmere College and Packwood Haugh. Road links to Chester, Shrewsbury and Welshpool with Gobowen railway station gives links to Chester, North Wales, Shrewsbury and Birmingham.
The popular village of Chirk has many small business which support the local community with a variety of shops, restaurants, hotels and leisure facilities as well as two primary schools, four churches and a doctors surgery. The border town of Chirk stands on the escarpment above the point at which the rivers Ceiriog and Dee meet. In 1310, the Marcher fortress Chirk Castle was completed and today guards the entrance to the Ceiriog Valley.
Plot Position - The plot is situated to the rear of Firbank, Gyrn Road, Selattyn.
Outline Planning - Outline planning permission for a split level dwelling on a plot approx 264 square metres at the rear of Firbank, Gyrn Road, Selattyn. Access via Gryn Road.
Local Authority/ Planning - Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd have not checked rights of way, footpaths, covenants, easements, wayleaves, nor existing or proposed planning permissions concerning this property or the surrounding area.
Viewings - By appointment through the selling agents. Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd, 12 Leg Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2NL. Tel: (01691) 680044.
Hours Of Business - Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm Saturday 9.00am - 1.00pm Sunday Closed. A 24 hour answer phone service is available.
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