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Main Street, Low Catton
Sold Subject to Contract

Offers in excess of £625,000

An exciting opportunity to acquire former farm buildings with full Planning Consent to erect two substantial detached dwellings on the edge of the desirable village of Low Catton.

Occupying a rural village location, the site, extending to 0.87 acres, provides a rare opportunity to build two substantial family homes backing onto uninterrupted countryside with far reaching rural views. The proposed dwellings have been sympathetically designed with consideration to provide a high standard of amenity for future residents whilst offering well-proportioned accommodation to include a 5 bedroom dwelling and a 4 bedroom dwelling both set on sizable plots.

Full planning consent to demolish the existing farm buildings and erect two dwellings with associated infrastructure was approved by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council on 12th October 2021, planning reference 20/02983/PLF. The consent provides accommodation to include a 5 bedroom property extending to 3,857 sq.ft and a 4 bedroom property extending to 3,568 sq.ft, both set on a total site area of approximately 0.87 acres. The planning is subject to limited conditions as set out within the Decision Notice which can be viewed on the East Riding Planning Portal or is available upon request.

The property is situated on the edge of the popular village of Low Catton ideally placed between the cathedral city of York and the market town of Pocklington, making it convenient for commuters. The nearby historic village of Stamford Bridge on the River Derwent, located approximately 1 mile north of the property, offers a wide range of amenities from shops, schools, leisure facilities, pubs, and Churches. The property is located in close proximity to an excellent road network providing good links to larger conurbations. The city of York is well serviced by a main line railway station providing a direct line to London Kings Cross in 2 hours.

Freehold with Vacant Possession

The property is in close proximity to services however purchasers should make their own enquiries.

East Riding of Yorkshire 01482 882487

From York take the A1079 Hull Road heading east crossing the A64. Follow the A1079 for approximately 4 miles and then take a left hand turn onto Long Lane. Follow Long Lane for approximately 1 mile and take the first left hand turn onto Broad Lane which takes you into the village of Low Catton. The property is the first set of brick built farm buildings on your left hand side as you enter the village.

The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty, however, the Vendor reserves the right to conclude the sale by any means.

All viewings strictly by appointment through Clubleys Stamford Bridge Office on 01759 373709.

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