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The site is located in Ludborough, a sought after village some 6.5 miles North of Louth and just 9 miles South of Grimsby. Sitting on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, the site benefits from outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the plot’s true size and position.
This former agricultural land now has the benefit of Full Planning Permission (Ref; N/107/00083/15) for the erection of four dwellings, comprising two detached and a pair of semi-detached homes. 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 April 2015 and since then, a small section of the roadway was implemented meaning the permission is now indefinite. Despite their differing sizes, all of the dwellings have been designed to a modern specification, with plenty of open plan kitchen and dining areas yet they retain the cosy feel of a family home.
Plot 1 has planning permission for a detached three-bedroom dwelling. The master bedroom is served by en-suite facilities and allows for plenty of natural light through the ornate feature window. Located on the ground floor is a utility room and an open plan kitchen/diner with a set of double doors, leading to the ample garden area at the rear.
Plots 2 and 3 have planning permission for a pair of three-bedroom, semi-detached dwellings. Once again, both of the master bedrooms are serviced by en-suite facilities and accommodate a feature window, one at either end of the properties. Applicants may consider varying the planning permission in favour of a single detached dwelling, subject to the approval of the Local Planning Authority and the Vendor.
Plot 4 has planning permission for an extensive five bedroomed dwelling with a detached double garage and a home office/studio. This premium dwelling enjoys ‘his and hers’ dressing rooms and en-suite facilities off the master bedroom, a galleried landing and on the ground floor, plenty of spacious living areas. The substantial kitchen is serviced by a useful utility room, and perspective occupants can enjoy a living room, a snug and a formal dining room. This plot also benefits from not only an extensive garden to the rear of the property, but it also is offered for sale with 1.87 acres of paddock, ideal for the equestrian purchaser.
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.
he plots are accessed via a driveway off Livesey Road. Plot 4 will own this driveway but will be required to give unencumbered right of access to the occupants of Plots 1, 2 and 3. The maintenance of the roadway and communal areas adjoining it, fall to the purchaser of Plot 4.
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.
Should the development be sold in individual plots, the Vendor is conscious to preserve the character of the location and for the benefit of all residents will therefore impose the following restrictive covenants into the sale contract:
• Not to carry out any development other than the approved scheme without prior approval from the Vendors or their successors in title, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed.
• Not to use the property for any purpose other than residential use unless the prior approval of the Vendors or their successors in title is granted.
The paddock accompanying Plot 4 is subject to an overage provision whereby 25% of any uplift in value brought about by obtaining planning permission for use other than agriculture or non-commercial equestrian use will be payable to the Vendor. These provisions will apply for a period of 20 years and payment will be due upon the earlier of the implementation of planning permission, or the sale of the land with the benefit of planning permission.
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.
Unaccompanied viewings are permitted in daylight hours. Please ensure you have a set of the particulars in hand when viewing the site. BDLD
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