Offers Over £325,000
Land and Buildings For Sale
• Magnificent views • Interesting development opportunity • Full Planning Consent has been granted for residential use • Proposed site of 2 dwellings each with 3 bedrooms
This is a unique and rare opportunity to acquire a residential development site in this very picturesque and popular Northumberland village. The site offers a superb view over the historic harbour and is located on the edge of this vibrant and most popular village.
Originally named after the Craster family, who held the estate since 1272, the village is centred around the historic harbour. The harbour was built to commemorate a death of a member of the Craster family and the memorial is still visible on the harbour wall..
Craster is famous for its fishing as well as its delightful walks towards Dunstanburgh Castle and the world renowned Robson’s Smokehouse, famous for its Craster Kippers which are exported all over the world.
Dunstanburgh Castle is one of the most visited tourist sites in Northumberland. The subject property occupies a superb site with panoramic views over the harbour and to the Castle.
Within Craster Village there is a fish restaurant, part of Robson’s Smokehouse with lovely views over the harbour from the dining room.
Situated in the centre of the village is an art gallery and popular café which is open daily all year round Also in the village is a popular gastro pub with panoramic views from the dining room and a very warm welcome.
Dunstanburgh Castle is a short walk along the coast with other local villages being popular walking destinations along the coastal path.
The historic town of Alnwick with its Castle and Alnwick Gardens are some 7 miles distant with all main shops and facilities available.
The site is well located for the many golf clubs offered on this part of the Northumberland Coast all just a short drive away.
The site is an opportunity to develop the land and buildings with full planning permission for residential use. Permission has been granted for two properties each with 3 bedrooms.
In December 2017 Planning consent was granted to convert the existing whinstone and tiled buildings, formerly used as garages and offices into two, three bedroom houses. The Planning Reference is : 17/03658/FUL.
Dwelling 1 will comprise a combined kitchen and dining area and store, there will be a large lounge off which is a cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The staircase will lead to a landing with master bedroom and ensuite bathroom. There will be 2 further bedrooms, a family bathroom and walk in storage area.
Dwelling 2 will be a similar to the above property but will have an entrance reception area with a store and cloakroom.
Dwelling 2 is larger, extending to approximately 144.7 m² (1558 ft²) on a gross internal area and Dwelling 1 extends to 121.1 m² (1304 ft²).
Each dwelling has 1 single car parking space to the front. with a turning area and storage space.