Savills | Burton Grange, Rags Lane, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross | Property for sale
Price on application

Burton GrangeRags Lane, Cheshunt, Waltham Cross

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Freehold residential development opportunity
  • Positive pre-application history for residential redevelopment - c. 55 dwellings
  • Unconditional offers invited by 12 noon on 1st December 2021
  • Available with vacant possession
  • Former Country Club facility comprised within neo-gothic mansion

Freehold Residential Opportunity - Burton Grange, Rags Lane, Cheshunt

About this property

  • The Property comprises a large neo-gothic manor house, which has been used as a country club facility since the 1970’s. The building has been vacant for the past two years, with residential accommodation remaining on the upper floors. We understand that the building dates back to 1865.

Local information

  • The Property is located south of Rags Lane, approximately 0.8 miles north east of Goffs Oak and 2.1 miles north west of Cheshunt. The Property is bounded by residential properties to the south-west, a nursery to the south-east, an employment site to the east, with Rags Lane and further residential properties to the north.
  • The Property is well situated for transport links including the A10, situated 2.15km (1.34 miles) from the Property offering access to London and Cambridge. The Property is approximately 3.65km (2.27 miles) from Cheshunt railway station which provides over ground services into London Liverpool Street in 24 minutes and Cambridge in 1 hour and 4 minutes. The Property is approximately 3.7 km (2.3 miles) from Cuffley railway station which provides a direct connection to Moorgate station
  • within 47 minutes.

Additional information

  • The Property has received a positive pre-application response from the local authority. The scheme proposed looks to retain the historic and attractive frontage of the locally listed building with the remainder of the site demolished to make way for a large extension to the existing building. Further new build housing and an affordable block was proposed within the grounds.
  • The Property was previously a country club which comprises restaurant space and other hospitality functions. The Property benefits from a country club permit which links to the restaurant facility within the manor. This includes a music and dance/public entertainment license.