*** NEW – PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY *** – LAND WITH DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL / EXISTING EQUESTRIAN USE – Approx 1/3rd Acre Plot, Predicted Space For 3 Detached Houses, Good Access, Close To Commuter Routes, Existing Stables & Grazing – ANY DEVELOPMENT WOULD BE SUBJECT TO NECESSARY CONSENTS – All Enquiries Through Our Office
A plot of land amounting to approximately 1/3rd of an acre, currently used for stabling & equestrian purposes. Considered potentially suitable for development, (subject to all necessary consents), the site would accommodate 3 detached properties with associated gardens and parking etc. Access is currently via a good cobbled lane, a short distance from the main Newchurch Road between no.s 441 & 485, while the plot itself sits in an elevated position and offers a relatively level site.
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Stamp Duty: 0% up to £125,000, 2% of the amount between £125,001 & £250,000, 5% of the amount between £250,001 & £925,000, 10% of the amount between £925,001 & £1,500,000. For some purchases, an additional 3% surcharge may be payable on properties with a sale price of £40,000 and over. Please call us for any clarification on the new Stamp Duty system or to find out what this means for your purchase.
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