Excellent terrain à vendre à Southam Warwickshire

759 516 CHF
Stratford-on-Avon, Rugby Road

Terrain • Réf: ES5553540

Excellent Plot of land for sale in Southam Warwickshire England

Esales Property ID: es5553540

Property Location

Site rear of Stockton Hall Court,

Rugby Road,




CV47 8HS

Price in Pounds £675,000

Property Details

Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought-after areas for development right now in the UK.

The property comprises 6500 meters squared of level land in a quaint, quiet, rural part of the beautiful county of Warwickshire (Shakespeare's County - the Heart of England). It is close to the ancient town of Stratford upon Avon, the birthplace of the bard with easy access to the beauties of rural Warwickshire, the gateway to the world-renowned Cotswolds region of outstanding natural beauty.

With gated access to the main trunk road, the A426, The site use is B1 B2 B8 (subject to planning permission) and could be considered for a variety of uses. Given the covenant was put in place nearly 25 years ago, the use, with permission, may be extended for other residential, etc.. for a domestic dwelling and/or smallholding to a quiet, secluded location for light industry or recreational activity. The locality is particularly popular with local dog walkers, ramblers, and nature lovers as a quiet oasis of peace away from the hustle of urban life.

Properties of this quality are a diminishing asset in today's world and an opportunity to acquire should not be missed.

Southam is a market town and civil parish in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire, England. Southam is situated on the River Stowe, which flows from Napton-on-the-Hill and joins Warwickshire's River Itchen at Stoneythorpe, just outside the town.

About the Area

Southam has been welcoming weary travellers for centuries. Stop by and you will uncover some wonderfully accessible countryside, top notch food and drink, more heritage than you can shake a stick at and an extremely warm welcome from everyone you meet. Southam itself is certainly worth your time, but explore a little further into our hinterland and discover lazily meandering waterways, cracking country pubs, top quality event venues and intriguing villages at every turn. Step out of Southam and you'll find yourself surrounded by glorious countryside, rolling hills, meandering waterways and an incredible variety of birdsong. Its scenic with a capital S but tranquil and relaxing in all the best ways. A hike up to Chesterton windmill is just the ticket for amazing views, or an amble from Long Itchington gets you the peace and quiet of the riverbank. The best part? There's plenty of cosy country pubs for a well earned pit-stop! Events are always a hit in Southam, and that's down to the quality of our venues, from the 600 acres of sedate space at Dallas Burston Polo club, to the elegant decor and stunning grounds at Warwick House. So whether you are planning on tying the knot or networking over a Polo match, you'll find everything you need. On top of that you'll find lots to see and do, and cracking food and drink if you have any spare time (or you could just come back to explore further!).

Stratford Upon Avon a market town with more than 800 years of history, containing not only many buildings that survive today and would have been familiar to Shakespeare, but also a thriving community offering a wide variety of leisure, accommodation and shopping experiences. Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, steeped in culture and history. Set in the beautiful rural Warwickshire countryside, on the banks of the river Avon, it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the UK. With easy road, rail and airport access, it is the perfect place for a vacation or short break. Facilities for conferences and smaller business venues are excellent.

Using the Stratford district as a base, you can enjoy the delights not only of Shakespeare's hometown, but also the nearby surrounding shire counties of Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Enjoy Blenheim Palace and the Cotswolds to the south, Worcester and the Malverns to the west, Warwick Castle and Henley in Arden to the north, and all within an hour's journey of Stratford itself.

Warwickshire is a county in the West Midlands region of England. The county town is Warwick, and the largest town is Nuneaton. The county is famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon and Victorian novelist George Eliot, at Nuneaton.

Main Features

* 6500 m2 of land for development

* Excellent location close to many amenities

* Stunning views.

* Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.

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Terrain6500 m²

Rugby Road, Stratford-on-Avon

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