- Guide Price £150,000
- P.P. Three Holiday Units
- 1.40 Acre Site
A parcel of land located with frontage to Pit Hill Lane in the village of Moorlinch immediately adjacent to existing residential dwellings and sold with the benefit of planning permission for “the erection of three holiday lodges with associated gardens, parking areas and access”.
A copy of the planning approval certificate and design drawings submitted are re-produced in this brochure for information. The current planning permission relates to part of the area offered for sale.
In all the property extends to 0.567 hectares (1.40 acres) or thereabouts as marked white on the front picture.
The aerial photograph includes an indication of the approximate boundary position but is not a definitive plan.
Rights of Way etc.
It should be noted that the land is currently crossed by overhead electricity cables which we are advised are on wayleave arrangements.
The property may be viewed on foot only at any reasonable time. The selling agents would be pleased to meet and accompany any interested parties on a viewing if required.
Potential purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries as to the availability of any services.
The property offered is Freehold, with vacant possession upon completion.
The property is sold without any overage or uplift restriction.
The map provided with these particulars is for location purposes only and has been produced from the Ordnance Survey Pro-Mapping service.
These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of potential purchasers and do not constitute an offer or contract or part of the same. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, warranties and other details are given without responsibility and any potential purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. Any photographs and plans are contained within the catalogue to identify the property to potential purchasers. They do not show the extent of the property and must not be relied upon to be to scale. It should not be assumed that each lot has the necessary planning consents, building regulations or other consents.