Rare opportunity to acquire a building plot - in a pleasant elevated position with outstanding views - outskirts of town - consent for a detached four bedroom property of approximately 140 square metres with adjoining garage - further garden available
The building plot occupies a pleasant elevated position in the May Lane area of Dursley and is within a few minutes walk of Dursley town centre and its range of facilities, including Sainsbury's supermarket and independent retailers along with Rednock Comprehensive School. Between the property and the town centre there is doctors surgery, library and the award winning Old Spot public house. The local landmark of Stinchcombe Hill provides the backdrop to the land which offers a range of country walks and is home to a challenging 18 hole golf course. Dursley is well located for commuting to the larger centres throughout the South West via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. The adjoining village of Cam has a 'Park and Ride' railway station with regular services to Gloucester and Bristol and onward connections to the national rail network.
From Dursley town centre proceed through May Lane passing the library and as the road bears around to the right, turn left into May Lane passing the doctors surgery on the left hand side, continue and as the road bears round to the right, turn left into Hunger Hill and proceed for approximately 60 metres and the land will be found on the right hand side adjoining the newly built Hermitage House.
The building plot is situated in the popular residential area close to the town centre and backing onto woodlands. Planning Consent was gained in January 2016 planning reference S.16/0026/FUL for a four bedroom detached dwelling of approximately 140 square metres with attached garage. A later Planning Consent was gained under planning reference S.18/2245/DISCON with regard to material landscaping and surface water.
Electricity, water and drainage are available close by.
Gas is also available within a short distance of the property.
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By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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