A Development Opportunity Situated In A Rural Location With Views Over Surrounding Countryside To The Malvern Hills. Detailed Planning Consent For A Pair Of Semi Detached Three Bedroomed Single Storey Dwellings With Entrance Hall, Living Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Master Bedroom With En-Suite, Two Further Bedrooms And Bathroom, Off Road Parking And Garden
Guide Price £250,000 To £300,000
Location & Description
This is a freehold development opportunity enjoying a superb position in the rural hamlet of Deblins Green. The local village of Callow End offers a range of amenities including a local shop and Post Office, public houses, primary school, church and community centre. Further and more extensive facilities are available in Malvern and the city of Worcester.
There are some excellent schools within the area including Hanley Castle and The Chase Secondary Schools. Local primary schools are available in Callow End, Madresfield, Upton upon Severn and Malvern. Private schooling is also well catered for in both Great Malvern and Worcester.
Transport communications are good with mainline railway stations at Great Malvern and Malvern Link offering direct links to Worcester, London, Birmingham, Hereford and South Wales. Junction 7 of the M5 motorway provides a useful corridor to the West Midlands and the South West.
The development comprises land to the east of Deblin Green and will have shared access via a driveway on to a rural lane. It has a lovely south and west facing aspect across open farmland. Historically the ground has been used as outbuildings for a local farm.
Consent was granted by Malvern Hills District Council on 1st December 2015 (Application No. 15/00929/PDU) for the construction of a pair of three bedroomed semi-detached single storey dwellings. Grid Ref: Easting 382210 - Northing 249455. Plans and drawings together with a copy of the planning consent are available at the selling agents Malvern office. These are also available via Malvern Hills District Council's website using the application number as detailed above.
The site is part of ground lying to the south east of Court Farm and is accessed via a shared drive leading from Jennet Tree Lane. The properties are to be built in the current structure of the open bay steel framed barn.
The Delegated Officer Report (a fully copy of which can be found on the Malvern Hills Website under the application reference stated previously or from the office) has made the following statement on the design or external appearance of the building:
'The proposals include a number of new domesticated openings to the building which would retain its external materials of timber cladding with profiled metal sheet roofing. The openings would be aluminium frames.
Whilst the openings would alter the character of the building somewhat, in instance the shed type structure has little architectural merit and therefore the alterations, which are regular in placement size and style, would not have any significant adverse impact on the appearance of the building or its setting.'
The plot will be offered with freehold tenure and full vacant possession.
This is a secure site so is not accessible without prior appointment. Viewers are asked to contact the selling agents Malvern office so the necessary arrangements can be made. 01684 892809.
Additional land may be available by separate negotiation.