Our Land and New Homes team are currently offering two unique development opportunities; a former agricultural building in Hawley and a family home in West End, Woking with planning permission for a new property to be built in its place.
Relatively new to the market for sale, Hawley Green Farm in Hawley, Surrey offers great potential as a development opportunity (STPP). This former agricultural building currently rests derelict and redundant on a plot of approximately 0.2 acres. The site is within the Hawley Park and Green Conservation Area and whilst it is subject to a local listing, this is not statutory.
The location really lends itself to a potential family home, just a 2 minute walk from the local primary school, with good local amenities and transport links approximately half a mile down the road. Blackwater train station and access to the A331 are just over half a mile from the site, creating a highly commutable location, presenting potential for business use.
We are currently welcoming offers in the region of £325,000 and would be happy to answer any further queries you may have, for more information, please click here.
Our second site can be found on a popular rural lane in West End, Woking. Currently this is home to a three bedroom semi-detached property, with extensive grounds and driveway parking. However, this unique development opportunity is available with planning permission granted for a four bedroom detached home.
The plans would offer approximately 2019 sq ft of living space, plus garaging, driveway and a sizeable garden, all in an ideal location. The village setting offers a countryside lifestyle with the benefit of good city connections, Woking rests within 5 miles. The location also lends itself to commuting, with M3 access 2 miles down the road and both Bagshot and Brookwood train stations within 3 miles. With a guide price of £450,000 we’re accepting offers from cash buyers only. For full details, click here.
For further details on either listing, or for any further land queries, please contact the Land Department on 01252 762007, firstname.lastname@example.org.