11 Ac(4.45 Ha)
Price on application

Land East of Little Walden RoadSaffron Walden, CB10 2DN

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Outline planning permission for 85 dwellings (40% affordable)
  • Available by informal tender
  • Inviting unconditional offers
  • Offers invited by 12 noon Monday 11th December

The Property is currently undeveloped and comprises agricultural land, extending to 4.47 ha (11 acres) on the northern edge of the built-up area of Saffron Walden.

About this property

  • The Property is currently undeveloped and comprises agricultural land, extending to 4.47 ha (11 acres) on the northern edge of the built-up area of Saffron Walden. The Property is well contained by existing vegetation along the northern, western and southern boundaries. A continuous belt of dense woodland is located directly to the north. It is bound by dense hedgerow and open countryside to the north, further agricultural land to the east, residential development from St Mary’s View and Limefields to the south, and Little Walden Road to the west.

Local information

  • The Property is located to the north of Saffron Walden, to the east of Little Walden Road. Saffron Walden is a historical market town located in north west Essex, situated 63km (39 miles) north of London and 20km (13 miles) south of Cambridge.
  • Saffron Walden is a highly desirable historic town with an ancient market square and medieval buildings set within Essex countryside but providing an ideal location for commuters from London and Cambridge. Saffron Walden has a diverse range of local amenities, including excellent leisure facilities; a gym, swimming pool, sports grounds and cinema. The town centre provides a Waitrose shopping centre and many independent retailers including Hart’s bookshop and a twice-weekly market. Exceptional educational services are provided with all of primary schools in the local area with an Ofsted rating of either ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’. The local secondary school, Saffron Walden County High, also has an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating. The town has many attractions which attracts a lot of visitors year round. These include two mazes, Audley End House and grounds managed by English Heritage and Saffron Hall, which offers local music performances.
  • Saffron Walden has good transport links. The closest railway station is Audley End Station, approximately 2.7 km (1.6 miles) south of Saffron Walden, with direct trains to Cambridge in 15 minutes and to London, in an average journey time of 41 minutes. The town benefits from road links via the B184 to the A
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