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Former Tutts Clump, Covered Reservoir Site Bishops Road, Tutts Clump, Reading, RG7 6LB

A former covered reservoir corner site of approximately 0.43 acres
Location: Former Tutts Clump, Covered Reservoir Site Bishops Road, Tutts Clump , Reading, RG7 6LB
Property type: Land, Residential, Retail, Leisure, Office, Commercial Land, Offices
Tenure type: For Sale Freehold
Tenancy type: Vacant
Size: 0.43 Acres
** UNSOLD – AVAILABLE AT £400,000 **

A former covered reservoir corner site of approximately 0.43 acres with possible development potential in very appealing village fringe location between Reading and Newbury. Vacant.

Tenure
Freehold.
Location
Tutts Clump is a very appealing small village located about 5 miles west of Theale and 8 miles west of Reading
Situated at the junction of Bishops Road and Cock Lane in very appealing village fringe location
Local shopping amenities are available in Theale, whilst the retail and commercial centre of Reading is easily accessible
The surrounding countryside provides a range of leisure and horse riding activities
Access to the M4 provides good road links to the west and into London
Theale
Description
A corner site formerly utilised as a grass covered reservoir
There is a brick built former pump building and an adjacent covered generator
There is a gated vehicular access to the site from Bishops Road
Possible development potential subject to the requisite consents
Immediately adjacent to the north of the site is a relatively modern large attractive residential dwelling
Accommodation
Brick Built Pump Building. Gross External Area approximately 665 sq ft
Total Frontage to Bishops Road and Cock Lane 235ft
Total Site Area approximately 0.43 acres
Planning
A pre-application enquiry was submitted to West Berkshire Council on 26th November 2018 with plans for a five bedroom detached house. The council responded with Pre-Application Advice (Ref: 18/00242/PREAPP) on 21st January 2019.
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