Land with planning for 2 x 5-Bedroom detached dwellings, situated on a private road in Papplewick with off road parking for 4/5 vehicles, and 30m gardens over looking greenbelt land.
The plot Is situated just off Moor Lane within the popular village of Papplewick, with a 30-metre frontage and is 46 metres deep with open greenbelt fields to the rear aspect, measuring a total of 0.34 acres.
Full planning permission was granted in August 2021 for two detached dwellings positioned to the front of the plot with generous rear gardens. To the ground floor of the dwellings there is to be an open plan kitchen dining family area that spans the full depth of the property, a formal sitting room, a study to the front aspect and a WC.
To the first floor there is to be a family bathroom and five bedrooms, two of these bedrooms will be en suite to include the principal bedroom suite which also benefits a walk-through dressing room.
Externally there will be ample off-street parking to the front aspect, in addition to an integral single garage and large rear gardens with a full width patio off the sitting room and family area.
The Help to build scheme may be an option for self-builders buyers on this site, subject to individual circumstances. The help to build scheme is set to run until 2024 and is a government fund that will enable people to get a self-build mortgage with a deposit as low as 5%, rather than the usual 20%. Enquiries on this should be directed to your mortgage advisor.
Full planning permission (reference V/2019/0776) was granted in 2021 by Ashfield District Council for the construction of two detached dwellings. Details of the application can be obtained from Ashfield District Council website https://www.ashfield.gov.uk or from Savills upon request.
There is a condition on the planning permission as follows - No development shall take place until a programme of archaeological control and supervision to be carried out during demolition, construction, or excavation work on the site, by a professional archaeologist or archaeological organisation, has been submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority. Thereafter the development shall be carried out with agreed programme, unless the Local Planning Authority gives written approval to any variation.
The archaeological dig is simply a photograph and list exercise, the cost of attendance will be covered by the current owners of the land.
SERVICES installation of services is the responsibility of the buyer post completion of the purchase of the land.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Savills.
A unique opportunity to acquire a plot with planning permission for two dwellings within a highly desirable Nottinghamshire village.Luke Billson