A well located redevelopment site on the edge of the village of Preston
Planning permission for 2 detached houses
A well located redevelopment site on the edge of this sought-after village with planning permission to construct two detached spacious and well designed houses.
Sitting on the site currently is a detached two bedroom bungalow constructed of a timber frame clad in white timber weatherboard beneath a tiled roof. To the rear of the property is a conservatory constructed of brick and UPVC glazing panels. Adjacent to the property is a single garage constructed of concrete blockwork beneath a felt roof. There is an ad-ditional piece of land included with the sale at the end of Court Lane, which is currently fenced and surfaced with consolidated hardcore, the area measures approximately 202m2. Planning permission has been granted (Ref: 17/01406) for the erection of two detached houses following the demolition of the existing property. An information pack comprising the approved plans, decision notices and other supporting documentation is available on request from the agents – please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trees, currently a detached bungalow, sits on the edge of the village of Preston adjacent to a footpath between Court Lane and The Forstal. Preston has a renowned local butch-er, a public house and a primary school. Wingham, which is approximately 2½ miles to the south has a range of local facilities including village shops, public houses along with several nearby farm shops. Sandwich (7½ miles) has a wider range of facilities and the Cathedral City of Canterbury (10 miles) has a full range of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. The A299 Thanet Way can be joined at St Nicholas-at-Wade (5½ miles) and the A2 at Barham (8 miles), connecting to the remaining Southern motorway net-work. Canterbury also benefits from a high-speed train service to London St Pancras.
From Canterbury leave the city on the A257. Pass through Littlebourne and Wingham. On leaving Wingham, just as you start to climb up the hill, turn left onto Preston Hill, which is signed for Preston. Continue along this road and on entering the village turn left onto Court Lane and continue for approximately 300 yards, after which take the turning to the right into the cul-de-sac. The parking area can be found at the end of the cul-de-sac on the right-hand side and the site is a short distance along the footpath on your left.
Postcode CT3 1DS
Method of Sale
The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty with a right reserved to take the property to auction, formal or informal tender at a later date. Offers are invited on an unconditional basis and proof of funds will be required.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves & Easements
The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing covenants, wayleaves, easements and rights of way whether public or private, specifically mentioned or not.
Strictly by confirmed appointment with the agents. Telephone (01304) 612147 or email email@example.com. If you are unsure about any details of this property, please speak to Mark Chandler at Finn’s who has seen the property, prior to your visit.