Price on application
A unique potential development opportunity in one of Suffolk’s most prestigious locations.
The site may well offer a range of exciting development opportunities, subject to the necessary planning permissions and consents.
In all 0.312 Ha (0.77 acres).
Town and Country planning
Pre-application planning advice has been sought under application number DC/20/0586/PREAPP to subdivide the plot and build 3 x 4/5 bedroom detached homes of circa 371.6m² (4,000 sq ft) each.
The pre-application submission plan for the plot can be viewed here.
The site is currently vacant comprising mature grounds with trees and shrubs and a small domestic outbuilding. The area originally formed part of the garden to the neighbouring property.
Local Authority: East Suffolk Council
Services: Buyers must make their own investigations.
Rights of Way: The property is being sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way, whether public or private, light, support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements and quasi-easements and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves, whether masts, pylons, stays, cables, drains, and gas and other pipes, whether referred to in these particulars or not.
Health and Safety: Sensible footwear should be worn and you should remain vigilant.
The site will be sold freehold and is currently vacant ready for immediate purchase.
An information pack containing details of; the pre-appliction advice and accompanying plans; council response; highways information; plans for proposed large single dwellings on site; and land registry title is available upon request from the vendor’s joint agents.
Access to the site can be arranged by appointment through the selling agents.
The site is positioned in the heart of the pretty, sought-after coastal town of Aldeburgh, a short walk to the Suffolk coastline. The town offers an excellent range of restaurants, pubs, shops and a cinema. The town also offers fantastic recreational facilities including a tennis club, yacht club and golf course. The surrounding countryside of the Suffolk Heritage Coast is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has many picturesque walks and coastal paths. Thorpeness with its famous House in the Clouds, golf course and other leisure facilities, is only 2.8 miles away. Approximately 6 miles away are Snape Maltings, with food hall, home and garden shop, art galleries, restaurants, pub and renowned concert hall – home to the Aldeburgh Music Festival. The market town of Saxmundham is approximately 7 miles away and has a more extensive range of facilities, including two supermarkets and branch line rail service connecting to Ipswich and London.
A map of Aldeburgh including the location of the plot can be viewed here.
Liverpool Street Station. The A12 is also nearby which links the east coast to London and the country’s motorway network.
Seafront less than ½ a mile, Thorpeness 2.8 miles, Snape 6 miles, A12 7 miles, Saxmundham 7.5 miles, Woodbridge 18 miles, Ipswich 25.5 miles.