This is a generous residential building plot with outline Planning Permission for a detached dwelling. It is 0.261acres (1055sqm.) approximately, large enough to accommodate a generous family home. Read more
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RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PLOT
This is a generous residential building plot with outline Planning Permission for a detached dwelling. It is 0.261acres (1055sqm.) approximately, large enough to accommodate a generous family home. It occupies an excellent semi-rural position within an exclusive development of 10 similar size plots, with planning permission for a stunning executive detached home. It is arranged in a cul-de-sac formation. This plot is almost rectangular with a sunny westerly aspect to the rear. Coldwell Burn Mews occupies an idyllic semi-rural setting, surrounded by rolling County Durham countryside, and is yet only half a mile from Haswell village. It is centrally located for access to all of the region's major centres via the nearby A19 and is equally well placed for Durham City. It combines ease of access to main centres of commerce and employment with equal ease of access to local walks, bridle ways and all of the benefits of country living. As one of the last available, early inspection is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Tenure We are advised that all plots are to be conveyed on a Freehold bases.
Services Mains water and electricity available to the site, drainage system in place. No gas.
Roads access road, gates and entrance wall all in place
Service charge on completion of the development, the owner will becom part of the ongoing management company with responsibility for roads etc. A modest service charge (as yet to be determined) will be payable on an annual basis by each occupant.
Reservation a non-returnable reservation fee of £3000 will be required. Full details on request
Planning Planning Permission has been granted under application number PL/5/2009/0024 by Durham County Council. Each plot has planning for a detached dwelling. All interested parties recommended to visit the Durham County Council Planning portal to inspect planning documents including "reserved matters" as well as to determine the types, styles and design all properties or near-by plots which permission has already been granted.