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Grimoldby is a popular country village approximately five miles from the market town of Louth and in conjunction with the neighbouring village of Manby, there are local facilities including a primary school, post office/store, mini supermarket, restaurant and two churches. Louth has a wider range of amenities, including many individual shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, together with secondary schools including the King Edward VI grammar school. On the outskirts of Louth is the Kenwick Park leisure complex with equestrian centre and Grimoldby is about five miles from the coast, where day passes can be obtained to hack along the beaches for miles. The area also has a network of bridleways from Louth to the coast and within the Wolds to the west.
This garden land now has the benefit of outline Planning Permission (Ref; N/067/01139/20) for the erection of four dwellings, comprising four detached cottage style homes with double garages. Full details of the planning consent and all relevant plans can be found on the East Lindsey Council's website: https://www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/applications. Consent was given in September 2020. The precise wording of the Planning Decision Notice and the relevant conditions should be considered in detail by a prospective purchaser. The outline planning allows the purchaser to finalise the reserved matters of the development including landscaping, scale, design and specification of the homes to their taste. The proposed layout and retained woodland is shown on the below plans.
The site currently largely populated by woodland, measures to a total approximate size of 1.3 acres (STS) including access affording very generous plots allowing for sizeable homes to be built along with associated garaging. In order to construct the homes some woodland clearance will be required by the purchaser in accordance with the tree retention plan mentioned in condition 8 of the planning.
The site nestled within the village will retain a private and executive style location, down a long private drive with no nearby roads and neighbouring property, having open Greenland and gardens either side. An attractive pond on the site (to be retained) provides a superb amenity and wildlife feature.
The site is accessed directly from Manby Middlegate, with the driveway passing neighbouring houses before opening into the site to the rear. The driveway is to be constructed by the buyer, however the existing structures currently on the access drive including a garage and workshop will be removed by the current vendor by or after exchange of contracts.
The purchaser is to satisfy themselves as to the exact position and accessibility of nearby mains services and will be required to make their own connections. BDLD CMCL
Wayleaves, Easements, Covenants, Conditions and Rights of Way
The plots are sold subject to and with benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. There is currently a footpath along the length of the eastern boundary. In accordance with condition 10 of the planning a boundary wall or fence may be erected in front of the path up to 1.2 metres in height.
Right of way will be retained for the freeholder of Wheelwrights Cottage adjacent to cross the access drive if required to their rear garden (Wheelwrights Cottage will also have a separate private access created). Part of the planning includes a garage for Wheelwrights Cottage which will be built on a separate full planning application by the current vendor within their own grounds.
It is not anticipated that VAT will be charged, however should any sale of any part of the land or any rights attached to it become chargeable supply for the purpose of VAT, such tax will be payable by the buyer(s) in addition to the contract price.
The particulars of this property are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers. No responsibility is to be assumed for individual items. Plans/maps and highlighted images are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification by a solicitor at sales stage against the sale contract plans. Site dimensions have been measured to apparent boundaries on site and should be verified against the contract plans when these have been completed. Applicants should satisfy themselves as to the precise position and accessibility of services and take note of the requirements within the planning permission. The site is offered for sale freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Strictly by accompanied appointment with the selling agent. Due to the proximity of the current vendors property and the land currently their garden, unaccompanied viewings are not permitted.
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