Barn Meadow, Gladestry, Kington, Powys

£400,000

Guide price

DESCRIPTION The property comprises and attractive level rectangular enclosure of just over 1.5 acres (approx.) on the northern edge of the village of Gladestry with open fields on three sides and similar modern houses on the fourth. It has a long frontage on to a quiet county lane which has a very small amount of traffic upon it and is ideal for a small/medium scale builder or development company capable of producing high value good quality detached houses which therefore should be in good demand. In addition to four large detached houses the site also accommodates a small affordable house which is the subject of a 106 agreement with strict criteria regarding its occupancy.

LOCATION The site is situated in the popular village of Gladestry which sits on the B4594 just inside the borders of Powys only a short distance from Kington in north west Herefordshire. The village sits in a pretty valley where there is terrific local scenery including the famous Hergest Ridge to the east and the Offa's Dyke footpath across the ridge into Kington. Gladestry has a popular pub and a small well rated primary school as well as a historic church and village hall. There has been some modest development in the village in recent years, mostly in the form of detached good quality houses and the site forms a natural rounding off of the northern edge of the village just beyond the church and the village hall.

Kington is about 4 miles away with good market town facilities. Hay-on-Wye is about 10 miles to the south forming the north eastern gateway of the Brecon Beacons National Park an area of high scenic value and famous for its second hand bookshops. The larger towns of Leominster and Hereford are three quarters of an hour's drive to the south and east respectively. The area is renowned for its beauty with numerous lanes for cycling and walking and various footpaths leading to the Radnorshire Hills to the west.

THE SITE Please see the accompanying plan.

The development area extends to just over 1.5 acres and includes a central spinal road with four good plots off it and a small affordable plot. To the front a significant splay is shown to improve access to the site. Two of the plots are over half an acre in extent but all four are generous and contain good size houses as can be seen on the plan.

SERVICES Mains water and electricity are located nearby. There is no gas in the village. Drainage is to be to a private system located on the vendors land which is situated to the east below the road with a run off to the stream below.

PLANNING CONSENT Planning consent was granted under reference P/2015/1078 with referred matters having to be submitted by the 19th October 2019. Planning enquiries can also be made to David Hughes of McCartneys who carried out the planning work on 01584 813766.

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