Residential Development Land, Whitehouse Lane, Fishtoft

£1,200,000
Sold STC
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£1,200,000
Sold STC
Lewis Brooks
MNAEA
Branch Manager
01205 359111
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Property summary

Freehold
Residential Development Opportunity
With Outline Planning Permission
Indicative Floor Area 6,818m2 (73,361sq ft)
3.01ha (7.45 acres) or thereabouts
Up to 83 dwellings
Signed 106 in place
Long Road Frontage
Freehold With Vacant Possession
Edge of town location

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Lewis Brooks
MNAEA
Branch Manager
01205 359111

More about the property

Pygott & Crone are delighted to offer for sale an exceptional development opportunity, set on the edge of the bustling market town of Boston and within close proximity to the popular village of Fishtoft.

The land extends to 3.01ha (7.45 acres) or thereabouts and has been granted outline planning permission for upto 83 dwellings.

For further information or enquires please contact Lewis Brooks at our Boston office.

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Your mortgage could be £620 per month*
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Broadband

Below is an estimate of broadband speeds and availability at this property. This data has been sourced from Ofcom and should only be used as a guide. For more precise speeds and availability consult a broadband provider. NB: Mbps = Megabits (or "meg") per second.

Standard: Download: 6 Mbps / Upload: 0
Superfast: Download: 53 Mbps / Upload: 11 Mbps
Ultrafast: Not Available

Stamp Duty Land Tax

Below is an illustration of the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("Stamp Duty") that would be payable, based on a set of assumptions. You should always check your stamp duty liability and any other costs due with your solicitor or conveyancer.

You would need to pay £63750 in stamp duty on purchasing this property, assuming that you are a) purchasing freehold, b) purchasing as an individual or jointly with someone else, and c) that this will be your only property.

Accommodation

Situation & Location
The land is located directly off Whitehouse Lane, opposite the popular residential housing estate of 'Rider Gardens' which was developed between 1998 - 2002.

Boston is a thriving market town on the east side of the County of Lincolnshire and has ample local amenities and facilities to include a wide range of both national and local retail outlets, primary and secondary schools, leisure amenities to include leisure centre, swimming pool, bowling alley, cinema, theatre and parks. Regular transport routes are available from the town with bus and rail services.

Approximate distances to nearby settlements: Boston Town centre - 2.3 miles: Fishtoft village - 1.3 miles: Skegness - 21 miles: Sleaford - 18 miles: Spalding 16 miles: Lincoln 36 miles: Peterborough 34 miles.
Planning Permission
Outline Planning Permission was granted by Boston Borough Council on 11th January 2019, under application reference B/18/0012. The application for the approval of revered matters must be submitted within 3 years of the grant of the outline permission.

Within the permission granted, there is a signed Section 106 Agreement in place confirming only 20% affordable housing along with NHS and education contributions. Final calculations to be made on dwellings permitted through reserved matters. Full details are held within our office or the planning portal.
https://www.mybostonuk.com/planning-application-search/
Services
The purchaser will be responsible for all the services. Please note that no tests have been carried out to confirm what services are available.
Ransom Strip
The vendor will retain a 1m ransom strip along the eastern boundary as it is deemed as being likely to be developed through/over this land.
Method of sale
The freehold of the land is being offered for sale by private treaty. Depending on levels of interest, the vendors and their agents reserve the right to invite best and final offers.
Plan & Areas
The areas and plans attached to these particulars have been provided in good faith. They are for illustrative purposes only and their accuracy is not guaranteed. The land is currently used for agricultural purposes and will be sold with vacant possession.
Viewing
Prospective purchaser(s) wishing to view must make a prior appointment through Pygott & Crone's Boston office with at least 24 hours notice.
Local Authority
Boston Borough Council, Municipal buildings, West street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8QR.
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