Honey Hill, Fenstanton PE28
2.3 acres (0.927 hectares)
Residential Development Opportunity
• Total site are 1.12 hectares ( 2.76 acres)
• Circa 0.31 hectare (0.76 acres) within the village
• For Sale with vacant possession
The property is being offered for sale freehold either as a whole or in two parts.
The main area for identification purposes edged red and extending to circa x hectares (y acres) includes the existing 3 bedroom house.
The smaller area for identification purposes edged blue and extending to circa x hectares (y acres). The blue land will not be disposed of in advance of the red land.
If the site is sold as a whole a more comprehensive development is possible subject to the receipt of a planning permission.
Fenstanton is a desirable village with convenient access to St Ives 2 miles, Cambridge 11miles and Huntingdon 7 miles.
The village benefits from a primary school, post office, bakery, public house and a farm shop a full range of shops and leisure facilities are available in St Ives.
The site is considered suitable for residential development, subject to the receipt of planning from South Cambridgeshire District Council.
Matt Hare from our planning department has prepared a briefing note which is available upon application, the main issues are:
• Conservation Area
• Proximity to a Listed building
• Flood risk zone
• The village development framework
The site extends in total to circa 1.12 hectares (2.76 acres)
The existing access is between 8 and 12 Honey Hill.
There is a 3 bedroom detached house on the red side built in the 1920 that has relatively extensive structural issues.
Part of the area outside the village frame work falls within the flood zone.
The blue area of the site was previously used as part of a garden nursery.
The site is owned freehold. A copy of the Registered Title is available upon request.
The property has not been elected for VAT.
Offers are invited for the freehold interest either as a whole or two separate parts.
Strictly by appointment with the sole agents.