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Land to the Rear, 33-35 High Street

£125,000

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Land to the Rear, 33-35 High Street

£125,000
  • Ref: 10128
  • Type: Land
  • Availability: Sold
  • Tenure: Freehold

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Property Features

  • Development Opportunity
  • Conversion & Extension
  • 18/02002/FUL
  • Conservation Area
  • Packington Village
  • 1 Bed Dwelling
  • Excellent Plot
  • Long Driveway
  • Off Road Parking
  • 839 sqm Plot

Property Summary

FANTASTIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY to acquire a single storey dwelling of interest, located within the Packington Conservation area with PLANNING CONSENT GRANTED, 18/02002/FUL ,for the conversion & extension into a 1 BEDROOM DWELLING on a site area of 839 sqm with 2 PARKING SPACES and turning area.

Full Details

Discreetly positioned on a private mature plot, which in total extends to a site area of 839 sqm, lying off Normanton Road, this is a wonderful development opportunity to acquire a 19th century single storey red brick dwelling of historical local importance, with planning consent recently granted 18/02002/FUL for the careful and sympathetic conversion of the existing character dwelling with a small extension which will total 42.02 sqm( 452 sq ft approx), creating a small 1 bedroom detached home, perfectly positioned within the heart of the conservation area in Packington village centre.

Although the address is 33-35 High Street, of which the site was part of the former garden to the property with vehicular and pedestrian access now off Normanton Road, between no's 30 & 28a behind electric gates and approached by a 75m long single track driveway with no 33-35 retaining a right of access. This red brick 19th Century dwelling with handmade brick walls, under a pitched blue clay tiled roof, enjoys original features including a slaughter hoist wheel and a Yorkshire horizontal sliding sash window of historical and archeological interest. Bounded by close boarded fencing,hedgerows and mature trees, providing adequate privacy from the neighbouring properties, with a frontage onto Normanton Road, a classified C road, subject to a 30 mph speed limit with good levels of visibility in both directions.



Packington has a host of excellent local amenities, including a highly regarded Primary School (Packington C of E), Public House (The Bull and Lion), modern village hall, Holy Rood Church, a well stocked village shop and dog friendly cafe. The village lies 1.5 miles from the historical market town of Ashby de la Zouch and is within easy access of the National Forest with its many country walks and cycle paths, including Hicks Lodge, Moira Furnace and Conkers. The M42 is close at hand, giving swift and easy access to many towns and cities across the Midlands, including Tamworth (13 miles), Leicester (18 miles), Nottingham (25 miles) and Birmingham (29 miles).

SERVICES We understand that all mains services including mains drainage are available from Normanton Road

SECTION 106 We understand that the property is subject to a section 106 agreement, of which we are awaiting confirmation.