A rare chance to acquire a building plot for two new detached houses in an established garden setting close to Liphook and Common land.
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THE PROPERTY A rare chance to buy a dual building plot in an infill garden setting, close to open countryside with planning permission for two detached new houses of about 1,800 sq. ft. each excluding double garages. The two houses are designed to share a private drive off which there will be three properties, including the existing Woolmer Croft.
OUTSIDE A new shared access with the existing house will need to be created and there will also be shared rights of access over the new drive to the relevant properties. The plot is slightly split level and adjoins neighbouring properties to the south and west with mature hedges and tree lines and existing fences. There is a TPO on one tree on the northwest corner of the plot.
LOCATION Woolmer Croft lies just beyond the western edge of Liphook and adjacent to Common land at Griggs Green, walking distance of The Deers Hut public house and easy walking access of Weavers Down. The village of Liphook has a comprehensive range of facilities including Sainsburys, doctors' surgery, a good selection of other local shops and it is also home to the very well-regarded Bohunt School with a 6th Form College opening September 2017, other local independent schools include Churchers Junior School, Highfield and Brookham Schools. Liphook station has train services to Waterloo in about 64 minutes.
The A3 is nearby providing excellent transport links to Guildford and the M25 to the north and Portsmouth and the South Coast. London is only 50 miles and the larger centres of Guildford, Chichester and Winchester are all within reasonable driving distance. The property lies close to the edge of the South Downs National Park and there are numerous opportunities for walking, cycling and riding within the area.
Planning permission was granted on 8th November 2016 by East Hampshire District Council for two detached dwellings. The planning reference number is: 24836/022 and all information relating to the planning application can be viewed on the East Hampshire District Council website, reference:
There will be a Community Infrastructure Levy contribution of £61,380 to be made to EHDC prior to the commencement of construction. Reference: LN00000040
The sale will be subject to certain restrictive covenants, easements and rights of way, more information will be supplied by our client's solicitor.