Land for sale | Acres | GUIDE PRICE £400,000
SITE FOR THE ERECTION OF 4 DWELLINGS ON LAND ADJACENT TO GREEN BANKS, HOARWITHY, HEREFORDSHIRE, HR2 6QJ
Situated close to the heart of the dispersed riverside village of Hoarwithy, and standing within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the site now being offered for sale stands alongside an existing bungalow known as Green Banks, Hoarwithy. The recently granted Outline Planning
Permission is for four dwellings, two of which are on virgin land, the other two to be built upon the site of the existing large, single storey workshop, the workshop needing to be demolished by the purchaser prior to the construction of two of the dwellings. The existing bungalow, Green Banks, will be retained by the current owners, but the whole of the remainder of the site is to be offered for sale as a single entity. Services nearby include mains water and electricity. There is no mains gas or drainage in Hoarwithy, and the purchaser of the site will be fully responsible for arranging drainage facilities to the satisfactory approval of the Local Authority. Such drainage arrangements will also need to cater for drainage from the retained bungalow, Green Banks.
The site now being offered for sale stands on a quiet country lane close to the centre of the historic village of Hoarwithy, some 8 miles south of the Cathedral City of Hereford and approximately 6 miles north west of the market and tourist town of Ross-on-Wye. The beautiful River Wye runs between these two towns, and the plots are situated withinthe Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village pub lies close by in the heart of the village, whilst just a few hundred yards away stands the architecturally stunning St. Catherine's Church, designed in an Italianate Romanesque style, Brooks and Pevsner describing it as "the most impressive Victorian church in the county".
The M50 motorway is accessed some 15 minutes away at Ross-onWye which enables first class communication into the national motorway network.
For those who enjoy the countryside, there are many beautiful walks in the area, whilst golf and shooting are both available locally, as is canoeing on the River Wye. Educationally, there are excellent schools in both Hereford and Ross-on-Wye, with many nearby villages offering good primary schools.
OUTLINE PLANNING PERMISSION
Outline Planning permission was granted for the demolition of existing workshop and the erection of four dwellings. Application No. 181225
The Outline Planning permission, conditions, and notes issued by Simon Withers, Development Manager, form an integral part and it is essential that they are read in conjuntion with the brochure in order to gain a thorough understanding of the responsibilities of the purchaser.
It is important that you familarise yourself with the Outline Planning Permission and all associated reports.
The purchaser will solely responsible for satisfactory Percolation Tests and submitting a Hydrologist Report.
It should be noted that the purchaser of the site will need to allow for drainage outflow from the retained bungalow Green Banks when the drainage arrangements are being made (the existing single septic tank stands under one end of the existing workshop which will need to demolished by the purchaser).
It should also be noted that the aforementioned plans are indicative only. It is possible that the intending purchaser might wish to vary the detailed plans which they are later to submit for approval.
Mains electricity and water are present in the village close by and connection to same will be the responsibility of the purchaser. The purchaser will also be responsible for submission and approval of a private drainage system to the satisfaction of the Local Authority.
Inspection of the Site may be made at any reasonable time. For those parties who are seriously interested an appointment to meet on Site with either Agents or Vendors is possible. The vendors are brothers Les & Martin Harris, both of whom live locally.
In addition to the contacts named above, who may be contacted at any reasonable time, interested parties may also wish to make enquiries of the Local Authority, this being the Herefordshire Council, Bath Street, Hereford, HR1 2HE
Tel: 01432 260000 asking for the Planning Department. The Development Manager dealing with this Site has been Simon Withers.