Are you a Business Owner?
Set up your Private Seller Account and create your listing todayGet Started Here
Land for Sale: White House Farm, Sturton By Stow, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 2BU. FINAL PLOT.
Summary: A rare opportunity to acquire large development plots, each with full planning permission for a detached 5-bedroom executive property set in a stunning semi-rural and edge of village location. Forming part of an exclusive development of only 5 executive dwellings with individual accesses.
Plot 1 - SSTC
Plot 2 -SSTC
Plot 3 - SSTC
Plot 4 - SSTC
Plot 5 - £---.--- with Planning Granted for 5 bed detached property 0.20 acres (c.810 sqm)
Residential development opportunity
Full Planning Permission
Popular village with a good range of amenities
Unique edge of village location with open views
Walking distance to all local services including Primary School
Within 10 miles of the City of Lincoln and the Market Town of Gainsborough
An area of former agricultural land extending in total to 1.14 acres (0.46 hectares) positioned to the east of the village centre with extensive open views. The site is level with individual plots defined by post and rail fencing.
All remaining plots benefit from full planning permission following the approval of Reserved Matters - West Lindsey District Council Planning References ------ (plots 3&4) and ------ (plot 5) apply.
The remaining plots are available individually or as a group (note: Plots 1 and 2 are now SSTC).
Sturton by Stow is a popular and charming village situated to the north east of the Cathedral City of Lincoln.
The village benefits from a variety of local amenities, all of which are within a short walking distance of the site, including a primary school (OFSTED rated 'Good'), public house, village shops, tea rooms, village hall, Church, Chapel, bus services and a general recreational sports field.
Sturton by Stow is conveniently located mid-way between Lincoln and the market town of Gainsborough, around 9 miles to the south-east and north-west respectively, via Tillbridge Lane.
The closest railways stations are Lincoln Central (10 miles), Gainsborough Lea Road (9 miles) and Saxilby (4 miles). Buses run through the village with a number of stops within a level 400m walking distance.
The site is situated in an attractive semi-rural location on the eastern edge of the village, with remaining barns of the former White House Farm to the north, low-density housing further to the south and west and agricultural land extending eastwards with views towards Scampton and Lincoln.
From Lincoln enter Sturton by Stow on the A1500 (Tillbridge Lane) into the centre of the village and then turn right onto Stow Road. Take your second right onto Fleets Road and follow the road to the edge of the village towards the recreation ground, where the site can be found on the left. From Gainsborough, take the left on to Stow Road and then the second right onto Fleets Road.
Initial searches have identified that mains supplies of water, drainage, electricity and gas are available in the adjacent to the site or within close proximity of the site, but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to the utility providers to ascertain the exact location and capacity of each supply in the area.
Town and Country Planning
All remaining plots now benefit from full planning permission following the approval of Reserved Matters - West Lindsey District Council Planning References ------ (plots 3&4) and ------ (plot 5) apply. Planning documents are available online via the Council's website www.west--------.---.-- or available in PDF on request from the vendors.
The Planning Permission is not subject to any Section 106 Agreements.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.
* Residential development opportunity
* Outline Planning Permission for 5 individual plots
* Popular village with a good range of amenities
* Edge of village location with open views
* Walking distance to all local services including Primary School
* Within 10 miles of the City of Lincoln and the Market Town of Gainsborough