The brownfield site, which is at Barkers Farm, on Church Lane, is located in the picturesque Vale of Belvoir near the Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire borders.
Melton Borough Council has granted Reserved Matters Planning Approval for a courtyard development of four barn style properties at Barkers Farm, one with four bedrooms, the other three with two bedrooms each, to be built in the 0.42 acre plot.
Barkers Farm is within easy distance of Long Clawson’s excellent amenities, including a primary school, a doctor’s surgery, a pub, a convenience store, independent shops and a village hall with a play park, plus a regular bus service to nearby Melton Mowbray.
Ella Darby, Rural Practice Surveyor for Mather Jamie, said; “This is a rare opportunity to acquire a residential development site in the sought after village of Long Clawson. The site is available via informal tender, with the deadline being 12 noon on Friday 26th October. We would urge interested parties to visit our microsite, and arrange a viewing of the property.”
A full suite of reports and approved drawings for the potential development, including proposed floorplans created by Melton based architects Hayward McMullen, is available to view now on the microsite: www.matherjamie.co.uk/barkersfarm.
Long Clawson is a charming village in the Leicestershire countryside, famed for its dairy, one of the largest producers of Stilton cheese. The village is also near the popular destinations of Belvoir Castle and Rutland Water, and is less than six miles from the town of Melton Mowbray, with its railway station, and just over 20 miles from East Midlands Airport.
For more details, and for details of similar residential land opportunities, please contact Ella Darby on 01509 233433 or refer to the Mather Jamie website - www.matherjamie.co.uk.