POA For Sale

Drinkhouse Road, Croston, PR26


Key Features

  • Prime Residential Development and Conversion Opportunity in Idyllic Semi-Rural Setting
  • Planning For 7x Dwelling Scheme. 4x New Build Dwellings (2x detached, 2x semi detached) Farmhouse Conversion/Extension (2x semi detached) Barn Conversion (1x detached)
  • Planning Permission granted for 4x New Build dwellings comprising of 2x detached (2,500 sq.ft. each) and two semi-detached (1,325 sq.ft. each).
  • Substantial existing farmhouse converted into two semi-detached dwellings, one with PP for side extension.
  • Large detached barn with planning for conversion into detached dwelling with large rear garden.

Planning Permission granted for 4x New Build dwellings comprising of 2x detached (2,500 sq.ft. each) and two semi-detached (1,325 sq.ft. each). Substantial existing farmhouse converted into two semi-detached dwellings, one with PP for side extension. Large detached barn with planning for conversion into detached dwelling with large rear garden. This attractive opportunity comprises a detached farmhouse that has already been converted into two semi-detached dwellings (one two-bed and one three-bed), together with Planning Permission for a side extension to the smaller of the two semi-detached. To the rear of the farmhouse, Planning Permission has been granted for the part demolition of some of the existing portal framed agricultural buildings to provide a site which will then accommodate two New Build four-bedroom detached properties, each of approximately 2,500 sq.ft., and two three-bedroom semi-detached dwellings, each of 1,325 sq.ft., all within generous garden plots. Please note the vendors would be willing to demolish these existing agricultural buildings as part of any agreed sale and would also look to provide a further landscape buffer beyond the site boundary of the land to be conveyed. Adjacent to the main farmhouse is an existing barn with Planning Consent for its conversion into a substantial detached dwelling with large rear garden plot. There may also be scope to acquire the paddock area of approximately 0.4 - 0.5 acres (subject to confirmation with Deeds) marked in blue on the attached plan, by way of separate negotiation and private treaty. The following additional information is available on request: Summary report on Freehold Title, Copies of Planning Consents, Phase 2 ongoing ground investigation report, Section 106 information - to be discharged by the vendor, CIL charge information - currently being re-negotiated by the vendors given the buildings are in existing use, Services / utilities plan. Please note as a condition of sale, the purchaser would be responsible for providing an appropriate electricity and water feed to the rear agricultural buildings. The opportunity is for our client's freehold interest and with the benefit of the aforementioned existing buildings and Planning Consents. Please note the purchaser will be requested to confirm with any offer as to whether their proposal is inclusive or exclusive of the vendor removing the existing portal framed buildings. Drinkhouse Farm is situated to the south side of Drinkhouse Road, Croston. Drinkhouse Road is found off Shevington Causeway/Back Drinkhouse Lane, which in turn links to the A581 at Meadow Lane/Westhead Road. Meadow Lane extends westwards to connect to the A59 some 2 miles away at Liverpool Road. Westhead Road continues eastwards to connect with the B5277 at Town Road, which is at the centre of Croston Village. Croston is within the Borough Council of West Lancashire some 8 miles south-west of Preston, 9 miles east of Southport and 20 miles north-east of Liverpool. Connections to the motorway network (M6) are available at Leyland circa 5 miles north-east. Croston has a rail station that is within 1 mile north of Drinkhouse Farm and has connections to Preston and Ormskirk.
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