A rare opportunity to obtain a plot in Long Sutton with full planning permission for demolition of the existing derelict cottage in order to build a detached 4 bed home.
A survey (on SSDC website) confirms the house as not a viable proposition for renovation.
This is a development site with a derelict stone built cottage. A survey report within the planning application describes the extent of dereliction, it is hazardous so access inside the building is not permitted until you own it.
Only competent adults may visit the site and caution is advised at all times.
Hard hats are available from English Homes office on request.
We understand that the property is connected to private drains and mains water. Mains gas and mains drains are available in Long Sutton.
Planning SSDC 16/04516/FUL dated 7/12/16
Please read the planning application in order to satisfy yourself as to conditions.
One condition relates to the need to consolidate the first 6m of the track. The track owners give permission both for this condition to be met and for a continued vehicular right of way to the location of the proposed parking spaces.
We understand adjacent cottages and an adjacent house to also have a vehicular right of way over this track.
We are not aware of any TPO's but a planning condition is to take care of roots etc
The southern boundary of the garden has been pegged for clarity. This side garden will be retained by the vendor (a charity) who advises that a garden licence may be made available through separate negotiation. The matter will be documented entirely separately and will be placed upon a terminable annual licence. A fee of approximately £100 per annum will be charged. The licensor will be required to fence the area and clear the area. No structures will be permitted on the land.
Special conditions will be attached and will be provided in the draft transfer. They are, but are not limited to:
* Covenant on fencing
* Contribution towards the maintenance of the shared access way.
* Approval of plans clause
* Property to be used as a single private dwelling in single family occupation.
* Property to be built in accordance with the planning permission.
* The owner shall not erect, or allow anything to grow in front of the property, as shown on the planning drawings, to a height of 600mm above the level of Martock Road
* Purchaser to erect a close board fence along the boundary between the sale property and the property retained by the seller within three months of completion. Purchasers to maintain the boundaries with “T” markings on the sale plan.
The wall identified within the planning documentation is not to be erected at a height of any more than 600mm from the height of Martock Road. The wall is also to be moved at minimum 0.5m to the west of its current position as shown on the planning application drawings.
* To undertake works required in the conditions of the planning application, principally to improve the condition of the access where it joins the highway.
* The purchaser will be required to repair and improve the access track coloured brown. All potholes are to be filled and the surface levelled in line with planning consent and to the reasonable satisfaction of the sellers surveyors..
Long Sutton is a popular South Somerset village, which lies approximately 3 miles south east of Langport and mostly consists of individual properties. Facilities include the village hall, church and the well patronised Long Sutton Golf Club (less than 1 mile distance). The Devonshire Arms is a popular pub/hotel and there are numerous walks to be had along the river and across the moors. There is a general stores and a much respected Primary School
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From the centre of Long Sutton with the Devonshire Arms behind you, proceed towards the village stores on the right. After about 300m you will find this property on the right indicated by an English Homes for Sale board.
BEST & FINAL OFFERS
There has been significant interest in this desirable plot. Our client is a charity and they instruct us to receive 'Best & Final' offers from interested parties by 5PM on Wednesday August 29th. Your offer should be sent by letter or email to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include your contact details, the amount offered and how you intend to purchase. Where offers are made at the same level a cash buyer who has provided evidence of funds (eg a copy of a bank statement) may be preferred over a cash buyer who has provided no evidence or who needs a sale of a house to complete first. If there is an associated dependant sale please provide full details of the chain and the associated estate agents. Please state whether you are a professional developer, a private buyer intending to occupy the finished home yourself or any other matter that may be considered important to our client. Once the offers have been collated in this office they will be forwarded to our client for their response.