Bridle Way, Cransley, Kettering: Price: £700,000

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Cransley is situated just north of the A43 and lies within the heart of Northamptonshire, close to the town of Kettering. Cransley had a population in 2011 of around 305 people and is largely a linear village. The village has the benefit of a service base which includes a Village Hall and Public House with Restaurant, known as the Three Cranes. The village is located approximately 1 mile from Broughton, which has a wider range of local services including a Post Office, Garage, a range of shops and two Churches.

The village has good transport links being situated within close proximity to the A43 and A14, providing good transport links to towns such as Northampton and Kettering. Both offer direct train services into London in approximately 1 hour.

The application site at White Hill Farm is broadly ‘L’ shaped, and measures approximately 0.32 hectares (0.79 acres) in size. The site currently comprises of a range of traditional agricultural buildings constructed in a variety of materials including redbrick and ironstone walls and blue slate and asbestos roofs. The farmhouse that sits adjacent to the site is a Grade II Listed ironstone and thatch property.

The site, which is accessed off Bridle Way, is situated within the Cransley Conservation Area, however it is not impacted by Tree Preservation Orders.

It is understood that all main services except gas are available in Cransley, but prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the relevant service provider regarding availability, capacity and connection costs.

The site is being guided at £700,000, subject to contract, for the whole.

The site was granted Detailed Planning Permission from Kettering Borough Council on the 19th November 2015 (Ref KET/2015/0672) for the conversion of the existing traditional farm buildings to form three dwellinghouses and the demolition of other modern buildings to allow for the development of two new build detached residential properties. Listed Building Consent was also granted on the 19th November 2015 enabling works to be undertaken to the buildings that are considered within the curtilage of White Hill Farmhouse, a Grade II Listed property.

For further enquiries regarding the planning permission please contact Kettering Borough Council on 01536 534316.


The Seller reserves the right for White Hill Farmhouse to have the benefit of two car parking spaces which are shown green on page 4 of the marketing particulars, together with associated access rights.

A ground investigation report has been undertaken and can be made available to interested parties.