Residential Development and Cottage in Town Centre
The site is located approximately a third of a mile from Sandy High Street on St Neots Road leading north-west out of the town centre. The subject property is located in a predominantly residential area.
The land is made up of existing garden and outbuildings. 76 St Neots Road itself is a period double fronted three bedroom, three reception room two storey cottage under a pitched slate covered roof with period timber sash windows.
The whole site is rectangular in shape and generally level in all 0.174 Ha (0.43 Acres).
Sandy is a market town with an estimated population approaching 15,000 people. It is located on the A1 trunk road approximately 45 miles north of London, 9 miles to the east of Bedford and 20 miles to the west of Cambridge and is very conveniently positioned to provide access into the national motorway network.
Sandy is home to the Headquarters for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and is dominated by the Sand Hills and has the River Ivel running through the town.
Sandy benefits from a regular train service into London (Kings Cross) with a typical journey time of 45 minutes.
The Middlefield Industrial Estate in Sunderland Road is a busy and thriving location with strong demand for commercial occupiers.
The town and its catchment are likely to grow substantially in the coming years with 20,000-30,000 new homes planned for the Central Bedfordshire District.
The proposal to open up a new east-west railway line between Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford will also benefit Sandy as its preferred route runs close to the town.
Site Area - 0.174 Ha (0.43 Acres) approximately
Outline Planning Permission for 4 Dwellings with Existing Period Cottage Available in Two Lots
Outbuildings with Additional Development Potential (STP)
An Exciting Development Opportunity in an Excellent Position Close to Popular Town Centre and the A1 ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 424702 )