***OFFERS INVITED CONTACT VALUER: LUCY CRAPPER 07795 200128***
* Site with Full Planning permission for mews style development of 5 dwellings and 1 apartment
* Packed full of character with original buildings dating from 1666
* Highly regarded and sought after residential village location
* Self contained attractive courtyard development
The site of approximately 0.36 acres has full planning consent for the conversion and build of 5 dwellings and 1 apartment. The original property is believed to date from 1666 and allows the buyer to highlight the period stone features. The proposed site will offer a gated self contained mews style development allowing a charming courtyard feel with all the units having off road parking and the dwellings a garden. There are 2x four bedroom units, 2x three bedroom, 1 x 2 bedroom and a 2 bedroom flat with garage. The site currently has been cleared and is a shell so buyers can see the scope and potential.
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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