Potential residential development site
This corner site currently provides a range of redundant single-storey farm buildings but has received a favourable pre-application response for redevelopment. The indicative drawings that were submitted with the pre-app include the demolition of the existing buildings and the construction of a terrace of four, three-bedroom dwellings together with off-street parking. Although redevelopment is still subject to formal planning consent the response is an indication from the Ryedale planning department that there is no objection in principle to the proposed scheme. The sale of the site, therefore, provides an increasingly rare opportunity for small builders and developers to acquire a site that allows them to tailor the development to their own requirements.
The Site & Location
Situated on the corner of Main Street and Ganton Road, the site enjoys a prominent location within the village. Foxholes is a relatively small village located on the Yorkshire Wolds and is conveniently placed for commuting to the nearby towns of Scarborough, Driffield, Bridlington and Malton. The site itself extends to approximately 0.22 acres with a frontage onto Ganton Road of approx. 118 ft (36m) and a return frontage on to Main Street of approx. 92 ft (28m).
A copy of the pre-application response from Ryedale district council planning department will be available for inspection in the legal pack. The submitted indicative drawings show a terrace of four, three-bedroom dwellings however a purchaser may wish to alter the proposal to meet their own requirements. The proposed drawings provided here are for illustration purposes only and are not to scale.
Interested parties should be aware that the has been no formal application for planning consent. The property is being offered to the market only with the benefit of a positive pre-application enquiry response. It will be the purchaser’s responsibility to make a full planning application, the outcome of which is not guaranteed based on the pre-app response. Purchasing property by traditional auction is unconditional and is therefore done at the purchaser’s own risk.
Fencing and other liabilities
The purchaser will be required to erect and thereafter maintain a fence or wall, to a specification agreed with the vendor prior to completion, between points marked A & B in red, on the plan provided. Upon demolition of the existing buildings marked ‘C’ & ‘D’ in blue on the plan the purchaser will also be required to make good the gable wall and guttering of the retained building marked ‘E’ in blue on the plan.
Strictly by appointment with Auction House Hull & East Yorkshire. Driffield Office 0845 400 9900
Mains water, electricity and drainage are all available in the village. The purchaser must make their own enquiries as to the exact location of these services and the cost of connection thereto.
Interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities as to the availability of the services.
Ryedale District Council
Lundy's Solicitors, 17 Exchange Street, Driffield, Ref: David Lundy, Tel: 01377 252831
Offered in association with
Dee Atkinson & Harrison
Buyer's Premium - The purchaser will be required to pay a buyers premium of £480 (£400 plus VAT) in addition to the purchase price of the property.
Administration Charge - The purchaser will be required to pay an administration charge of £750 (£625 plus VAT) in addition to the purchase price of the property.
Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.
Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.