A rare opportunity to acquire an Option to Purchase a development opportunity in the sought after conservation village of Great Dalby just South of Melton Mowbray. The land extends to around half an acre with its own separate access and pre-application discussions with the local planning authority have revealed that residential development would be considered subject to the usual planning process. Topographical survey, Ecology Reports and other surveys have been done and would be available and the developed scheme would offer a superb location adjoining open farmland.
Great Dalby Village lies approximately 3 miles south of Melton Mowbray and approximately 10 miles North West of the Rutland County town of Oakham. Great Dalbys' population is around 350 according to the 2011 census and the village church is a Grade 2* listed Building. Being a conservation Village, Great Dalby has retained its historical feel and appearance and is a very popular residential area. Leicester City centre is around 18 miles away and Nottingham City Centre 23 miles
The Land available extends to around 0.208 Hectares (just over half an acre) and sits to the side and rear of an existing quality residence. The land is accessed by it own gated approach off the public highway and is currently garden and orchard to the existing house with the adjoining land being open fields or paddocks. As well as being within a conservation area, there are some trees with protection orders and these would need to be accommodated in the design.
Interested parties should make their own assessment but we anticipate that around 6,000 sq ft could be achieved. Within the Village there are Places of Worship as well as a thriving local Pub which is highly rated on trip advisor with 69 of the 79 ratings being either very good (14) or Excellent (55). Local bus services run within the village to Melton Mowbray approximately every 2 hours between 7.40 in the morning with the last bus leaving Melton at around 18.15. It is around a 12 minute journey.The Ofsted rated outstanding Primary School dates from 1876 and St Swithun's Church from the 14th Century. the village has Village Hall and many Sports Clubs and Associations.
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On offer is an option to purchase the land with the incoming option holder responsible for progressing and obtaining planning consent for residential development.
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Pre-application advice has been sought and received.
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