Development opportunity
Sold STC
North Street, Stilton, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE7 3RP

Freehold
£160,000
  • Building plot with Full planning permission
  • Deatached 2 storey house Circa 1,765sq ft
  • Excellent commuter links
  • Sought after village
  • Planning Reference 20/00713/FUL
The sale of the land between 66B and 68 North Street, Stilton presents a rare opportunity to acquire an extensive plot of land with full planning permission for a four bedroom detached property providing circa 1,765 sq ft of accommodation.

Te rectangular plot extends to approximately 0.19 acres (0.077 hectares) as outlined in red on the site plan. It is located along North Street amongst other family homes, close to the centre of this popular village.

Location
Positioned within easy access of the A1 (M), Stilton is a as a small village located approximately 7 miles south west of
Peterborough. Stilton has a good range of services and facilities including a primary school, church, local shops, pubs, restaurants and pharmacy.

Stilton benefits from excellent transport links with the A1(M) situated to the east of the village which provides quick access to both Peterborough and Huntingdon.

Planning
The site is located within the jurisdiction of Huntingdonshire District Council. Full planning permission has been granted under application reference number 20/00713/FUL for the erection of a single dwelling.

Copies of the drawings and planning permission are available from Bidwells or via Huntingdon District Council website following the planning link.

Wayleaves, Easements, Covenants & Right of Way
The site will be sold subject to all wayleaves, easements, covenants and rights of way, whether or not disclosed.

Value Added Tax
We understand that VAT will not be chargeable on the purchase price, however in the event that VAT does become payable, it will be charged at the prevailing rate.

Boundaries
The vendor and vendor’s agents will do their best to specify ownership of all boundaries but will not be bound to determine these. Interested parties will have to satisfy themselves to the ownership of all boundaries.
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