Site Area 0.27 ACRES (0.11 hectares) Detailed Planning Permission for the erection of a terrace of 4 dwellings Total consented residential floor area 392 square metres (4,227 square feet)
Thrapston is at the centre of one of the fastest growing regions in the country and is strategically located at the cross roads of two important regional and national routes being the A14 and the A45/A605. The A14 provides an important dual carriageway between the A1 at Huntingdon and the M1/M6 at Catthorpe while the A45/A605 links the M1 at Northampton with the A1 at Peterborough providing an important north/south route across the country. Rail services are available to London in a journey time of under 1 hour, from Kettering (10 miles) Wellingborough (12 miles) Huntingdon (17 miles) and Peterborough (20 miles).
The town has a population of around 6,500 people and has a wide range of facilities to offer with a variety of shops and amenities within its centre. It is served by a Primary School with Secondary Education provided at the nearby Prince William School in Oundle, as well as public schools at Oundle (8 miles) Kimbolton (11 miles) Wellingborough (12 miles) and Bedford (22 miles). Excellent highway communications make other important regional centres readily accessible including Peterborough (20 miles) Northampton (22 miles) and Rushden Lakes Shopping (8.5 miles).
The site extends to approximately 0.27 acres (0.11 hectares) and is located on the northern side of Market Road, opposite the junction with Wainwright Avenue. The site has a frontage to Market Road of approximately 33 metres from where access will be taken. The site is situated within easy walking distance of the Memorial Park (90 m), town centre (440 m), and the Primary School (250 m).
The site is currently amenity garden land, used in conjunction with a neighbouring residential property. It is bounded by residential development on all sides with mature landscaping and the stone walls of a former cottage to the north.
It is understood that all mains services are located in Market Road, but prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries with the relevant service providers to establish connection costs for the proposed development.
The Freehold interest in the property is offered for sale as a whole by Private Treaty with the benefit of Vacant Possession on completion.
The site has the benefit of Detailed Planning Consent for the erection of a terrace of four residential properties. It was consented as part of an application involving other land, and was approved by East Northamptonshire Council on 01 August 2018 Reference 18/00526/FUL. Various pre-commencement planning conditions have been discharged under separate application Reference 19/00536/CND. The approved development envisages the erection of three 3 bedroomed properties together with a 2 bedroomed property, and with a total gross internal floor area of approximately 392 square metres (4,227 square feet).
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