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Delightfully located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this is a unique opportunity to acquire a woodland plot of around one acre with Planning Permission previously (expired in 2016) granted to replace the existing bungalow with a stunning home which combines the very best elements of traditional rural architecture. Sympathetically designed to complement its wonderful setting the property will provide unsurpassed levels of executive accommodation and purchasers keen to pursue a self-build project or commission the construction through an established building company are advised not to miss this rare chance.

The site is currently occupied by a single storey detached property briefly comprising: Lobby, two reception rooms, Kitchen, three Bedrooms and Bathroom.

Planning Permission was granted on February 13th 2013 for the demolition of the existing bungalow and the erection of a replacement detached dwelling. The new property will feature a two storey thatched cottage at the front with a stunning two storey glazed link through to the remaining accommodation in the style of a two storey red brick barn with adjoining garaging. The overall accommodation will comprise: Glazed central Reception Hall, Inner Hall, well proportioned Lounge, substantial living space including a further Living Room, Kitchen and Dining Area, ground floor Guest Bedroom with en-suite w.c. Master Bedroom with en-suite Dressing Area and Bathroom, two further double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. The design incorporates two side by side Garages and an Office plus a rear courtyard area.

Detailed plans, elevations, etc can be viewed on the North East Lincolnshire Planning website using Application Reference: DC/819/12/WOL. We are obliged to point out that the Planning Permission for the scheme expired in early 2016 and a successful purchaser would need to renew the permission or seek an alternative permission for an amended design.

The house will stand within grounds which are believed to extend to around one acre in total and include woodland areas and a further section of land on the southern side of The Avenue is across the road.

Valley Cottage is located approximately 450 metres to the west of the crossroads on the B120. The main village centre is to the eastern side of the crossroads and includes the well regarded East Ravendale Primary School. The nearby village of Waltham provides an excellent range of shopping facilities and other amenities.

North East Lincolnshire Council.

It will be the responsibility of the successful purchaser to obtain Building Regulation approval prior to construction. We are advised that the architect (details below) for the scheme would be delighted to advise accordingly and provide an estimate of build costs.

Mr Matt Deakins
Ross Davy Associates
Pelham House
1 Grosvenor Street
North East Lincolnshire
DN32 0QH

T: 01472 347956
F: 01472 350221

Freehold - subject to Solicitors verification.

Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is to a septic tank.

The property is offered for sale on the basis of its current use and the Planning Permission already granted.

By appointment through the Agents on Grimsby 311000.

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21 February 2013

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