For sale by auction at the Assembly House, Norwich on Thursday 12th December 2019 at 11am. Guide £45,000 - £55,000*†
General: An individual parcel of pasture land with mature trees and extending to about 1.34 acres, being used for many years as unmanaged pasture. There is a mix of mature broadleaf and fruit trees and the property is approached via a dedicated separate access off Mill Road leading through to the area of land. There are two outbuildings in a dilapidated state constructed of timber frame and cladding with corrugated tin roofing which are really redundant.
The boundaries of the land are well defined by mature hedge/tree lines on the northern, western and eastern boundaries and the southern boundary is fenced adjoining neighbouring properties. This is an excellent opportunity to acquire a piece of amenity land in a rural position.
Location: Banningham is situated about 3 miles from Aylsham, within easy reach of the North Norfolk coast and within striking distance of Norwich. There are excellent local shopping and transport facilities in Aylsham and this is an excellent opporutnity to live in a village location within easy reach of communication routes.
Directions: From Norwich, proceed out of the city along Cromer Road and continue on the A140 until reaching the roundabout on the approach to Aylsham. Turn right following the signs to Cromer and then turn right following a sign for Banningham. Continue into the village and turn right into Mill Road and the access to the land is via a grass track adjoining the land with visibility splay to the east and west along Mill Road.
Viewing: Please call us for viewing arrangements. Solicitor: Birketts llp (Attn Imogen Grainger), Providence House, 141-145 Princes Street, Ipswich, IP1 1QJ. Tel
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