Half a hectare of housing land open to offers in Staffordshire
A rare opportunity to purchase a freehold residential development site on the border of Staffordshire and Derbyshire has opened up, through local land experts Mather Jamie.
The 1.18 acres of land, on Stubby Lane, Draycott in the Clay, has outline planning consent for up to eight residential dwellings.
1.18 acres (0.48 hectares) of undeveloped pasture land available to purchase is on Stubby Lane (the B5017), on the western edge of the attractive Staffordshire village of Draycott in the Clay. The site in question has outline planning permission for the erection of eight 4/5 bed detached dwellings with garages.
The site is located a short distance from the village centre, which features a Post Office, shop, two pubs, two churches and a primary school which was rated Outstanding in its most recent Ofsted report. To the south of the village is the National Forest.
Amy Biddell, Associate Director of Mather Jamie, said, “This is a golden opportunity for the right investor to pick up a promising, well-situated piece of residential development land situated halfway between Derby and Stafford. With its ample local amenities, good road links and close proximity to the historic market town of Uttoxeter, this site will appeal to investors and small building firms.”
Detailed plans and sketches of a proposed housing development for the site have been submitted to the local authority, which include site layouts and street scenes. Offers in excess of £900,000 are expected for this well-located site.
For more details of this site, or of similar land opportunities, please contact Amy Biddell on 01509 233433 or refer to the Mather Jamie website - www.matherjamie.co.uk