Offers Over £695,000
New Build Opportunity, Meadow Lane
We are pleased to present to the market, a rare new-build property opportunity involving the demolition of existing Old School House and erection of 4 no. residential units in the sought-after seaside town of Beadnell. The site is approximately 0.23 acres and is located on Meadow Lane which lies within the middle of the coastal village of Beadnell, Northumberland. The site has a suitable access to the A1 from the B1340. The A1 provides great connectivity to both the north and south. Alnmouth train station is a 25 minute drive and central Newcastle is approximately 1 hour by car.
The coastal village of Beadnell is a popular location for couples and families alike with its beautiful beach and attractive local walks. It has restaurants, pubs and a village shop. The nearby villages of Bamburgh and Seahouses have wider amenities including specialist shops, school and hotels. Seahouses has a working harbour and is the source of most of the local fish supplies. The historic market town of Alnwick offers a wide range of shops, supermarkets and schools. The Alnwick district is famous for its unspoilt beauty, and is one of the most picturesque areas in England – with sandy beaches, quiet friendly villages, the Simonside and Cheviot hills and well preserved medieval castles.
Full planning permission for the demolition of the existing Old School House and the erection of 4 no. detached two and a half story 3/4 bedroom dwellings. Each have mirrored elevations with white rendered and dark grey metal cladding with pitched roofs and rendered tables. Planning permission has been granted by The Planning Inspectorate at Appeal on 1 December 2017 (Appeal reference: APP/P2935/W/17/3181245). Northumberland County Council planning reference 17/00968/FUL.
Planning conditions are attached to the permission. A full pack of information is available upon request.
Access & Parking
Vehicular access is taken from Longstone Crescent/Swinhoe Road off the B1340. Access points will be directly from the highway with openings made to the existing stone wall to each property with 2 no. parking spaces to the front and 1 no, space within the garage (3 no. spaces per property). The properties will benefit from curtilage to the front and rear with access lanes to each side. Bin storage is set to the rear where there is a small area of garden space with a balcony at the first floor level across the width of the dwellings.
Purchasers are required to confirm services and utilities to meet their requirements. The existing property benefits from water, electricity, sewage and telecom connections.