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A quaint village in the Parish of Norton and Lenchwick, Norton stands 1.5 miles west of the River Avon and is situated in the picturesque and historic area of the Vale of Evesham. It is approximately 3 miles from Evesham railway station which offers regular train services to Oxford and London Paddington. Norton has excellent commuter links with easy access to the M40, M42, M5, M6 and M50 motorway networks. This rural village has a playing field and vibrant village hall and is home to The Norton Grange and Wood Norton Hall. The popular Evesham Country Park (recently rebranded as The Valley) lies only 1.5 miles away where there is a garden centre, courtyard shopping and restaurants and the Evesham Vale Railway.
A rarely available garden plot within the quaint village of Norton. Totalling approximately 0.21 acres and benefitting from detailed consent for the erection of a two storey four bedroom dwelling, Wychavon District Council planning reference 20/02217/FUL. Available as a development opportunity or self-build prospect.
There is detailed planning permission reference 20/02217/FUL Wychavon District Council for the erection of a two storey dwelling.
The site is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence, with vacant possession upon completion.
We are informed services adjoin the site, location and connection in any event will be the purchaser's responsibility.
The plot is sold subject to and with the benefit of, any rights of way, easements, wayleaves, covenants or restrictions etc. as may exist over same whether mentioned herein or not.
The purchaser is to be responsible for any CIL and should satisfy themselves in this respect before proceeding. The planning application was made for a self-build and, as such, no liabilities are presently attached.
We are informed the development is subject to a s.106 affordable housing contribution circa £12,797.00.
The plot is sold subject to restrictions relating to the implementation of the planning consent. Details of these restrictions are outlined in the Deed of Variation . The Deed of Variation will be signed and uploaded to the legal pack prior to the auction date.
These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property; they do not constitute an offer and will not form part of any contract. We make no representation about the conditions of the property nor that any services or appliances are in good working order; this should be checked by your surveyor. Furthermore, you should not assume that any items or features referred to in these particulars or shown in the photographs are included in the sale price. Your solicitor should check this as part of the normal conveyancing process.