Savills | Langley Lane, Goosnargh, Preston, PR3 2JP | New homes for sale
23,255 sq ft(2,160.46 sq m)
Guide price £1,000,000(€1,157,674)

Langley LaneGoosnargh, Preston, PR3 2JP


    Key features

    • Proposed: 8 bedroom suites
    • 5 reception rooms
    • 4 staff bedrooms
    • Leisure suite with pool
    • 5 car garaging
    • About 10.67 acres

    Development plot with planning permission for single 23,255 sq ft contemporary mansion set in about 10 acres on the fringe of the village.

    About this property

    • The subject site is “L-shaped” comprises two parcels of relatively level agricultural land which slopes slightly to a small brook known as Dean Brook which cuts into the land at an east/west access.

      Public footpath (FP16) crosses the site from east to west two thirds of the way up the site.



      SITE AREA

      The site area is 4.32 hectares (10.67 acres).

      PLANNING PERMISSION

      Planning permission was granted (Application: 06/2014/0891) for “the erection of a residential dwelling, creation of park and landscaping, erection of outbuilding, walled gardens and solar panels and access works”, which were approved on 11 June 2015.

      Consent was granted via a clause within the NPPF framework in particular paragraph 55 which states “development within the countryside can be permitted if it is considered that the development is of acceptable quality or innovative nature. The property should be truly outstanding of innovative helping to raise standards of design more generally in rural areas”.

      “Reflect the highest standards of architecture, significantly enhance its immediate settings and be sensitive to the defining characteristics to the local area”.

      A Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is applicable with the developer liable to pay £140,432.50.

      A copy of the planning permission and associated plans are available upon request.


      Please Note: Confirmation was received in July 2018 from Preston City planning department that planning had been materially implemented.

      THE PROPOSED DWELLING

      2,160.5 sq m (23,255.4 sq ft).
      4 storey

      Lower ground floor
      • Swimming pool/leisure facility
      • Kitchen leading to prayer room

      Ground Floor
      • 5 car garage
      • 4 individual staff bedrooms
      • 5 reception rooms
      • 2 kitchens
      • Shower room/cloakroom.

      First Floor
      • 6 en-suites bedrooms
      • Further family bathroom

      Second Floor
      • Dual master bedrooms with en-suites and dressing facilities
      • Master bedroom with large balcony

      Roof Structure
      • Roof garden area with view to substantial lake and landscaped garden

      External
      • Lake/landscaped garden
      • Kitchen garden/fruit orchard
      • Photo voltaic cells

      The site is bounded by Langley Lane to the east, a residential house known as “Highfield” to the south, a track to the west and field boundaries to the north.

      FLOOR AREAS
      • Lower ground floor – 911 sq m (9,806 sq ft)
      • Ground floor – 561 sq m (6,071 sq ft)
      • Ground floor security – 41 sq m (441 sq ft)
      • Ground floor garage – 119 sq m (1,281 sq ft)
      • Ground floor staff quarters – 72 sq m (775 sq ft)
      • First floor – 338 sq m (3,638 sq ft)
      • Second floor – 154 sq m (1,658 sq ft)

      Please Note: Images of this property are computer generated.

    An amazing development opportunity to create one of the north west's most exclusive homes

    Mark HoldenProperty agent

    Local information

    • The subject site lies in a rural location fronting Langley Lane approximately 2 miles southwest of the village of Goosnargh.
    • Langley Lane leads south to the B5269 and via the A6 to Junction 1 of the M55/M6 interchange.
    • The village of Goosnargh offers local amenities to include Post Office, convenience store, pharmacy, 3 public houses, Church of England Church and junior school. The City of Preston is located approximately 8 miles to the south.
    • The subject site is located in an open countryside location with the predominant land use in the area being relatively mixed with agriculture forming the largest use.
    • There are also a number of large residential properties in the area and there are both veterinary practices and equestrian centres and course fishing lakes within close proximity.