Planning and Listed Building Consent has been granted for the construction of 3 residential townhouses to the rear of 84 St. Aldates and they will be the only homes located in Clarks Row.
Two of the townhouses are 2.5/3 stories and one is 4 stories. An illustration of the north elevation is provided within these particulars and the gross internal floor area of the three combined is approximately 4000 sq ft/371.6 sq m. Planning consent was originally granted in October 2013 under planning reference number 13/02103/FUL; planning consent was subsequently renewed under planning references 17/02029/FUL and 17/02030/LBC in August 2017.
Preparations prior to development have already been carried out including restoration of remaining historic timber elements, foundation design, historic building recording, archaeological researches and soil tests.
Further detailed information concerning the history and development of 84 St. Aldates and Clarks Row can be obtained by enquiry with the agents.
LOCATION Lying at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire, the property is within easy access of Oxford (8 miles) and Abingdon (4 miles). There are excellent shopping and recreational facilities available within a few miles.
DESCRIPTION A small working vineyard comprising a contemporary dwelling, wine making buildings and vines being in all about 4.571 hectares (11.15 acres). The vineyard has gained both regional and national awards in recent years. In more detail the property comprises:
THE HOUSE A contemporary 4 bedroom 2 storey dwelling incorporating a traditional building designed to create a light and energy efficient home. Constructed of part stone walls with brick quoins and tiled roof with further stone, block and render and timber clad walling with large glazed panels.
Ground Floor. Reception (shop). Hall with utility, Shower room, Pantry, Kitchen, Sitting/Dining Room, Hall, Study, WC/Shower room, Bedroom 1
First Floor Bedroom 2, En-suite bathroom, Bedroom 3 with wet room Shower Area, WC , Staircase from Hall to Bedroom 4.
Externally there is a gravel car parking area to the south of the house and walled garden to the east, with stoned terrace and lawns incorporating an attractive pond, floral borders, hedging and a sunken dining area
WINERY AND BUILDINGS Steel frame monopitch winery building 8.80m x 14.70m being part clad and roofed in profile sheet and housing a 2 tonne hopper, woodchip boiler and winemaking equipment (available to purchase at valuation). The building includes a bonded area for wine storage and is part open sided. To the front is a lean-to being 9.70m x 4.20m.
Concrete garage with timber doors 6.05m x 2.75m. 2 timber storage sheds 4.90m x 2.35m and 6.00m x 3.00m. Steel framed polytunnel with raised internal beds 12.45m x 6.60m.
THE LAND AND VINEYARD To the north of the house lies the vineyard and grass land. Planted between 1978 and 2007, the vineyard contains about 4,000 vines. For details of the grape varieties and other information on the vineyard please see website: http://www.bothyvineyard.co.uk/
Annual production for the last three harvests were:
To the north of the property is a paddock currently utilised for horse grazing and to the south, adjoining the house, is a further grassland area to the right of the entrance drive.
SERVICES Mains water, electricity and private drainage are connected to the property. A woodchip boiler heats the house.
PLANNING Consent was granted under planning reference P02/V1508 and is subject to a Section 106 legal agreement that restricts occupation and alienation as follows:
"The dwelling may not be occupied otherwise than by a person solely or mainly working in the locality in agriculture (including viticulture and viniculture) or by a widow or widower of such a person and to any resident dependants”.
In addition, the majority of the property may not be let or sold in parts without consent of the local council.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS Please note the winery equipment is not included in the sale but may be purchased at valuation. All garden statues, sculptures and furniture are excluded from the sale.
RIGHTS OF WAY A right of way exists over the north east corner of the land in favour of a neighbour to access adjoining land. There are no public rights of way crossing the land.
LOCAL TAXATION The property is currently assessed at a Rateable Value of £1,300 per annum and a Council Tax Banding of G.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.
The site extends to approximately 0.254 acres and has a road frontage of approximately 187 ft. The buildings on the site comprise a two storey former motorcycle shop / showroom with ancillary office and storage, MOT Test Centre, bungalow and garage
Type: Mixed Use, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
- Prime residential redevelopment opportunity - Outline planning permission submitted for up to 500 dwellings Ref. App. No. P17/S4254/O - Site area extending to approximately 21.4 ha (53 acres) - Comprehensive sales/technical pack available - Informal tender deadline 12 noon Friday 11 May 2017
For Sale - Residental Redevelopment Opportunity in Oxforshire
LOCATION The thriving and expanding Market Town of Faringdon lies adjacent to the A420 between Oxford (19 miles) and Swindon (11 miles) in the county of Oxfordshire.
The property is located in the attractive Market Square which, together with a supermarket, bank and a wide variety of shops, is the historic retail centre of the town.
DESCRIPTION An end of terrace building with a ground floor shop, two/three first floor flats, one second floor flat and the potential (subject to planning) for further development at the rear.
ACCOMMODATION All areas are approximate and measured in accordance with the RICS Code of Practice.
GROUND FLOOR: A. Shop. Retail Area:-97.16 sq.m (1046 sq.ft). Frontage 5m ( 16’ 3”) B. Store 23.81 sq.m (256 sq.ft). C. Store/Redevelopment 48.18 sq.m (519 sq.ft) CELLAR: 138.14 sq.m (1487 sq.ft) FIRST FLOOR: D. Flats. One 2 bedroom flat. Two single bedroom flats (currently combined as one) E. Store/Redevelopment 35.65 sq.m (384 sq.ft) SECOND FLOOR: One 2 bedroom flat
TENURE The property is available freehold, subject to an Assured Shorthold Tenancy on one first floor flat and the second floor flat.
RATEABLE VALUE/COUNCIL TAX We understand the shop has a Rateable Value in the 2017 Rating List of £11,000. Small Business Relief may be available. Council Tax bandings are B.
LOCAL AUTHORITY Vale of White Horse District Council, Abbey House, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 3JN. Tel: 01235 520202
EPC The retail area has a rating of D and the flats are all a C rating. Reports available on request.
LEGAL COSTS Each party is to bear its own legal and surveyors’ costs.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the agent.
21 Market Place
Type: Retail, Flat, General Retail, Retail - High Street, Mixed Use, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
21 Market Place, SN7 7HUGBFaringdonOxfordshireSN7 7HU21, Market Place
244 Barns Road is a three storey office building constructed in the 1970’s that is currently in single occupancy albeit could be split to be let on a floor by floor basis. Features include the following:-
- Reception lobby entrance - Male and female toilets on each floor - Passenger lift access to all floors - Ceiling mounted comfort cooling system - Parking at rear of building which could potentially be extended
PLANNING An Article 4 direction has been applied by Oxford City Council to the property. This removes permitted development rights for conversion to residential use.
SALE There is no VAT applicable on the sale. Any freehold sale will be subject to an overage clause in respect of any future residential redevelopment.
244 Barns Road, Oxford, OX4 3RW
Type: Office, Residential, Offices, Other Property Types & Opportunities