5 South View, Tinwell Road
For further information contact Alice Mesney at Strutt & Parker, Stamford: 01780 484040
The property extends to approximately 0.36 hectares on the edge of Newton Harcourt within open countryside. The property consists of a yard with two agricultural buildings, extending to approximately 0.13 hectares, and is subject to permitted development consent for conversion into four dwellings. There is a further 0.24 hectares of grassland also included.
Building A is approximately 353sqm (GIFA) and has permitted development planning consent for conversion into a large ground floor family home with four bedrooms (2 en-suites), a study, family bathroom and open plan living room, kitchen/diner.
Building B is approximately 285sqm (GIFA) and has permitted development planning consent for conversion into three ground floor, two bedroom dwellings, all with open plan living room, kitchen/diner.
All four dwellings overlook open countryside. Private gardens and off road parking are included.
Subject to planning consent, there is the potential to convert the permitted development planning consent into full planning for the demolition of the two agricultural buildings and the construction of new residential dwellings.
Access to the property is immediately off Glen Road.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity are available to the agricultural buildings. We understand mains gas and sewage runs under the rod adjoining the property.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries as to the suitability of any services.
GENERAL Method of Sale: The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.
Tenure: Freehold, with vacant possession.
Planning: The property is offered for sale subject to the permitted development planning consent No. 194/01433/PDN. Copies of this permisson are available from the agent or can be downloaded from the Local Authority website.
Development Overage: The property is being sold subject to a gross development overage provision based on 30% of the uplift over and above the gross development value threshold agreed between the seller and buyer.
Positive Covenants: The buyer is to establish a post and four rail stock proof fence. The buyer is to submit a planning application for the installation of a new access into the seller's retained land, and carry out the works to install this new access. Further details can be obtained from the agent.
VAT: Payable if the property is opted to tax. To be confirmed.
Solicitors: GS Solicitors, Hinckley.
Health & Safety: Given the potential hazards of a working farm we ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.
Wayleaves, Easements and Rights of Way: The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights, including rights of way whether public or private, light support, drainage, water and electricity, suppliers and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves for mast, pylons, stays, cables, drains, water and gas and other pipes where they are referred to in the particulars of not.
Access: The seller will be retaining a right of way for all vehicles and pedestrians to their retained land. This right shall be extinguished upon the buyer installing a new access to the satisfaction of the seller. Further details are available from the agent.
Viewings: Strictly by confirmed appointment with the seller's agents Strutt & Parker. Tel. 01780 484040.
Great Glen 1.5 miles / Leicester and mainline station 7 miles / Market Harborough 10 miles.
Elms Farm is located on the western edge of the village of Newton Harcourt in beautiful Leicestershire open countryside.
The larger village of Great Glen is approximately 1.5 miles away and provides access to amenities such as a pub, library, medical centre and convenience store.
Market Harborough is approximately 10 miles away and provides further amenities plus numerous independent shops, cafes and pubs. Leicester centre and the mainline rail links are only 7 miles and London can be reached in just over 1 hour.
The M1 road network is approximately 3 miles to the west, providing excellent transport links to the north and south.Read all