Guide Price £995,000

Mill Farm Fishery, Church Street, Attleborough, Norfolk

  • Area

    area
    3.1Acres

General information

General information
The opportunity to purchase this unique development site in Great Ellingham with full planning consent granted by Breckland Council under application reference 3PL/2018/1404/F for the construction of 6 new homes located in Church Street, off a side drive.

Mill Farm Fishery
Created in the 1980s, extending to 3.1 acres Mill Farm Fishery comprises two spring-fed coarse fishing pools and a former stock pond. The fishing pools extend to 0.3 acres (lake A) and 0.35 acres (lake B), have an average depth of 3.5ft and a total of 36 pegs. Well stocked with mixed coarse fish species, including carp (20lbs), tench (7lbs), bream, roach, crucian carp and perch. Mill Farm has operated open matches on a weekly basis.

Planning permission has been granted for the construction of three houses and two bungalows as well as a replacement dwelling, on a small enclave overlooking the lakes forming Mill Farm Fishery. A buyer could retain the fishery and develop plot 6 as a lakeside dwelling, or re-market as a separate package.

We understand that planning permission has been passed for the following properties to be constructed.

Plot 1- A three bedroom detached bungalow of 173sqm GIA (including attached garage). Benefitting from Kitchen, Dining room and sitting room (all of which are open plan), utility room along with a bathroom and en-suite to the master bedroom. Externally the property will have grounds and gardens surrounding the bungalow with a single width garage and further internal store space attached to the property.

Plot 2 - A three/four bedroom detached bungalow of 136sqm GIA. Benefitting from an open plan kitchen/dining room, utility room, lounge, as well as a further study (which could be utilised as a 4th bedroom), bathroom and en-suite to the master. Externally the proposal suggests a good sized garden to the rear as well as a double detached garage.

Plot 3 - A three bedroom detached cottage style house of 91sqm GIA. To the ground floor the plan proposal shows a large kitchen dining room, separate sitting room and a ground floor cloakroom accessed from the entrance hall. To the first floor there are three bedrooms along with a separated family bathroom. Externally there is a rear garden and off street parking for 2 vehicles.

Plots 4 and 5 - A three bedroom detached cottage style property of 91sqm GIA. This property is shown to be a handed version of plot 3 and includes an open plan kitchen dining room, lounge, ground floor cloakroom accessed from the entrance hall. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally each property will have parking for 2 vehicles.

Plot 6 - A two bedroom replacement dwelling constructed as a bungalow on the peripheries of the Mill Farm Fishery. The proposed accommodation will
include a kitchen dining room, sitting room, two bedrooms and family bathroom with a further room highlighted to be an office. Externally the property will immediately border the lakes and will have parking for 8 vehicles in front of the property with parking for a further 3 vehicles alongside the single width driveway.

Where?
Located in the village of Great Ellingham this opportunity is uniquely positioned to the rear of existing development in Church Street. Great Ellingham is located approximately 2.5miles from the nearby town of Attleborough. Great Ellingham benefits from a village primary school, pub and village shop.

As previously mentioned the market town of Attleborough is located approximately 2.5miles away and offers a wider variety of shopping facilities including supermarkets and convenience stores, petrol stations, banks along with café's and tea rooms and a post office.

Further afield the city of Norwich is located approximately 18miles to the North East of Great Ellingham, which offers a wider variety of facilities which can be expected from the Norfolk City these include the Castle Mall Shopping Centre, Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre and The Famous Royal Arcade which dates to the Victorian Era.

Viewings
All viewings shall be arranged with the sole selling agents, Fenn Wright Fisheries on 01206 216555. No access is available to this opportunity without a prearranged viewing. Please note the site is occupied and therefore the privacy of the occupier should be respected.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: We understand that electricity, water and mains drainage are currently connected to the existing property on site. Buyers should take their own advice if upgrades of utilities are required for the construction of this development scheme.

Each party will be liable for their own legal costs.

Overage
An overage clause will apply to the property at a rate of 30% on any increase in value of the land currently not subject to planning permission. The term of 30 years will apply.

Directions
From the centre of Attleborough proceed North taking the turning into Queens Road which becomes the B1077 beyond the junction with the A11. Continue along the B1077 into the village of Great Ellingham taking the first left turning into Church Street where the opportunity can be found after approximately 0.4miles on the left hand side.

Further information
If you would like more information on this property and its surrounding location (schools, transport etc) please get in touch.

Property summary

General information
The opportunity to purchase this unique development site in Great Ellingham with full planning consent granted by Breckland Council under application reference 3PL/2018/1404/F for the construction of 6 new homes located in Church Street, off a side drive.

Mill Farm Fishery
Created in the 1980s, extending to 3.1 acres Mill Farm Fishery comprises two spring-fed coarse fishing pools and a former stock pond. The fishing pools extend to 0.3 acres (lake A) and 0.35 acres (lake B), have an average depth of 3.5ft and a total of 36 pegs. Well stocked with mixed coarse fish species, including carp (20lbs), tench (7lbs), bream, roach, crucian carp and perch. Mill Farm has operated open matches on a weekly basis.

Planning permission has been granted for the construction of three houses and two bungalows as well as a replacement dwelling, on a small enclave overlooking the lakes forming Mill Farm Fishery. A buyer could retain the fishery and develop plot 6 as a lakeside dwelling, or re-market as a separate package.

We understand that planning permission has been passed for the following properties to be constructed.

Plot 1- A three bedroom detached bungalow of 173sqm GIA (including attached garage). Benefitting from Kitchen, Dining room and sitting room (all of which are open plan), utility room along with a bathroom and en-suite to the master bedroom. Externally the property will have grounds and gardens surrounding the bungalow with a single width garage and further internal store space attached to the property.

Plot 2 - A three/four bedroom detached bungalow of 136sqm GIA. Benefitting from an open plan kitchen/dining room, utility room, lounge, as well as a further study (which could be utilised as a 4th bedroom), bathroom and en-suite to the master. Externally the proposal suggests a good sized garden to the rear as well as a double detached garage.

Plot 3 - A three bedroom detached cottage style house of 91sqm GIA. To the ground floor the plan proposal shows a large kitchen dining room, separate sitting room and a ground floor cloakroom accessed from the entrance hall. To the first floor there are three bedrooms along with a separated family bathroom. Externally there is a rear garden and off street parking for 2 vehicles.

Plots 4 and 5 - A three bedroom detached cottage style property of 91sqm GIA. This property is shown to be a handed version of plot 3 and includes an open plan kitchen dining room, lounge, ground floor cloakroom accessed from the entrance hall. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally each property will have parking for 2 vehicles.

Plot 6 - A two bedroom replacement dwelling constructed as a bungalow on the peripheries of the Mill Farm Fishery. The proposed accommodation will
include a kitchen dining room, sitting room, two bedrooms and family bathroom with a further room highlighted to be an office. Externally the property will immediately border the lakes and will have parking for 8 vehicles in front of the property with parking for a further 3 vehicles alongside the single width driveway.

Where?
Located in the village of Great Ellingham this opportunity is uniquely positioned to the rear of existing development in Church Street. Great Ellingham is located approximately 2.5miles from the nearby town of Attleborough. Great Ellingham benefits from a village primary school, pub and village shop.

As previously mentioned the market town of Attleborough is located approximately 2.5miles away and offers a wider variety of shopping facilities including supermarkets and convenience stores, petrol stations, banks along with café's and tea rooms and a post office.

Further afield the city of Norwich is located approximately 18miles to the North East of Great Ellingham, which offers a wider variety of facilities which can be expected from the Norfolk City these include the Castle Mall Shopping Centre, Intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre and The Famous Royal Arcade which dates to the Victorian Era.

Viewings
All viewings shall be arranged with the sole selling agents, Fenn Wright Fisheries on 01206 216555. No access is available to this opportunity without a prearranged viewing. Please note the site is occupied and therefore the privacy of the occupier should be respected.

Tenure: Freehold

Services: We understand that electricity, water and mains drainage are currently connected to the existing property on site. Buyers should take their own advice if upgrades of utilities are required for the construction of this development scheme.

Each party will be liable for their own legal costs.

Overage
An overage clause will apply to the property at a rate of 30% on any increase in value of the land currently not subject to planning permission. The term of 30 years will apply.

Directions
From the centre of Attleborough proceed North taking the turning into Queens Road which becomes the B1077 beyond the junction with the A11. Continue along the B1077 into the village of Great Ellingham taking the first left turning into Church Street where the opportunity can be found after approximately 0.4miles on the left hand side.

Further information
If you would like more information on this property and its surrounding location (schools, transport etc) please get in touch.

Features

  • Development opportunity for the construction of five new homes
  • Fishery with permission for lakeside dwelling

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