An unusual and rare opportunity is offered by this parcel of land having a substantial 54ft frontage to the public highway within the hamlet of Hurley Common immediately to the north of and within walking distance of Hurley village.
The land is contained within an established and predominantly residential lineal development and the vendors consider it to have much potential.
This pleasant rural location is within fifteen minutes drive of the nearby towns of Tamworth, Atherstone and Coleshill and motorway links making the City of Birmingham readily commutable and within twenty minutes drive in clear traffic.
The land is currently lying fallow and is somewhat overgrown but we are informed by the vendors was last used as garden land. It adjoins existing residential development to the north and the Anchor Inn public house to the south but overlooks open countryside to the east (rear) and to the fore (west). The land does not have a planning permission for development. The land will be subject to a covenant which will be capable of being extinguished in the event that a planning permission for residential development is obtained and that a further payment to the vendor has been made as a consideration equivalent to 50% of the uplift in value created by any planning permission granted after allowance the costs of obtaining same. Services
Interested parties should make their own enquiries as to the availability of suitable services as may be required in the Hurley Common frontage. General information
1. Vendor Mr. Ben Brown
2. Viewing By attendance at the site or please enquire of the agents. Tel:
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