This is a very attractively set greenfield residential development site extending to approximately 1.29 ha (3.19 acres) located on the southern fringe of the sought after village Crapstone, adjacent to and accessed from Abbey Meadow. The land has a very gentle fall from the eastern boundary towards the west and the point of access and as such, affords stunning views to the west and south across countryside and beyond to the Rivers Tavy and Tamar. Mature established hedgerows denote the northern and eastern boundaries whilst the western and southern boundaries will need to be formed by the development, having been defined and agreed prior to exchange of contracts. Beyond the western and southern boundaries is the owners retained land currently in use as paddocks. The outline permission allows for the development of up to 22 dwellings and requires affordable housing at 40% of the dwellings developed. Only the access on the Site Framework Plan is approved, all other matters are for the purchaser to design, subject to reserved matters approval. Crapstone
The sought after village of Crapstone is located on the south western edge of Dartmoor, in the parish of Buckland Monachorum. Situated within Crapstone is a post office and local store. Approximately 1 mile to the east is the larger village of Yelverton which offers a good range of shops, services and amenities. The city of Plymouth lies 9 miles to the south via the A386, with Tavistock approximately 5 miles to the north. Planning
Planning permission was granted on appeal for the development of up to 22 dwellings (including 40% affordable housing), access, parking, landscaping/open space and associated infrastructure at land at Abbey Meadow, Crapstone, Devon, PL20 7FG in accordance with the terms of the application Ref 0147/17/opa, dated 18 January 2017, subject to the schedule of conditions attached to the appeal decision letter dated 06 February 2018, Ref: App/Q1153/W/17/3177360. The Unilateral Undertaking dated 21 December 2017 submitted during the Appeal Inquiry makes provision for affordable housing (40%) and financial contributions towards education, the Plymouth Sound & Estuary Special Area of Conservation, highway safety and off site play areas. Technical
A comprehensive pack of technical information including copies of the planning permission, unilateral undertaking, planning documentation, utility information and geotechnical report is available from the agents. Method of sale
The freehold of the site is offered for sale by private treaty. VAT
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