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£500,000 Guide priceSold STC
THE SITE This is an interesting residential development opportunity close to the attractive Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell, consisting of the former White Horse Public House, which has detailed planning consent in place to be converted and extended into two residential units but subject to planning permission, could be demolished with sufficient room for 3 new builds, together with the development site behind and fronting Cherington Lane which has detailed consent for two residential properties.
The site enjoys a prominent position fronting the A419 with return frontage to Cherington Lane and backing onto open farm land over which the views are enjoyed.
The site is very conveniently located for nearby larger centres including Cirencester and Stroud as well as access to the M5 motorway just beyond Stonehouse, which will make it an ideal location for future house purchasers.
The consents are all for very large three bedroom houses, giving a total of almost 4500 sq. ft. of accommodation, with on-site car parking.
LOCATION The site is situated on the corner of the A419 and Cherington Lane in a very convenient position, some 6 miles west of Cirencester and about 6 miles east of Stroud and Tetbury. Full ranges of retail, commercial, educational and leisure facilities are available at both.
The pretty Cotswold village of Frampton Mansell is close by which has basic amenities for everyday use, including public house and parish church with primary schools at Sapperton
and Oakridge Lynch.
Kemble is about 5 miles away where mainline train services are available to London Paddington and other major centres
VIEWINGS The general location of the property and the site may be viewed at any time although parties wishing to gain internal access to the former public house will need to do so by prior appointment and open view times will be arranged.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING Detailed planning consent has been granted by Cotswold District Council under application number 15/03597/FUL dated 18 October 2016 for the conversion of the former Inn to two residential dwellings and the erection of two residential dwellings within the former Inn carpark with car parking and associated works.
There is no Section 106 Agreement and Cotswold District Council have not as yet introduced the Community
The two converted properties within the former public house will each have three bedrooms and two reception rooms together with further accommodation at second floor level.
The two semi-detached new build properties will also have three bedrooms and two receptions, together with further proposed accommodation in a basement.
There will be car parking to the rear for all four dwellings.
METHOD OF SALE The properties offered for sale by private treaty with a price guide of £500,000 subject to contract.