Book a Property Valuation

Hatherleigh Road, Winkleigh

Offers in excess of
£2,500,000
Under Offer

Not Specified for sale in Winkleigh

  • Site has outline planning permission
  • Consent for up to 70 open market dwellings
  • No requirement to provide affordable housing on or off site
  • Site has spectacular views toward Dartmoor

Outline planning permission with all matters reserved bar access, has been granted for development of up to 70 dwellings on the area outlined red, planning was granted by Torridge District Council on February 8th 2018. A full copy of the planning pack including the drawings, decision notice, S106, reports and supporting information is available upon request by contacting our Crediton office. The site is located off Hatherleigh Road to the west of the historic Winkleigh village centre which is a short walk of about 500m. The site currently comprises of an industrial estate measuring 6.93 acres in total and slopes from north to south. As such the views from the site, south toward Dartmoor, are spectacular.

The site is located off Hatherleigh Road to the west of the historic Winkleigh village centre which is a short walk of about 500m. The site currently comprises of an industrial estate measuring 6.93 acres in total. Kinsley Plastics and Andrew Hicks Engineering have planning permission from Torridge District Council to build new industrial units on the Winkleigh airfield and will relocate once their new units have been constructed. Winkleigh Cider, which is located next door to Kingsley Plastics, is set to stay on the industrial estate but this area of land is outside the red line and has its own access directly off Hatherleigh Road.

The subject site slopes from north to south. The views from the site, south toward Dartmoor, are spectacular and there also views from the northern end of the site toward the countryside to the north.

All but the southern most industrial unit will remain on site and will need to be demolished and removed by the purchaser.  All of the temporary homes/offices and units produced by Kingsley Plastics will be removed from the site prior to completion. 

SERVICES

We understand that mains electricity and water (both mains and foul) are available for connection close to the entrance of the site, please make your own enquiries concerning service connection to the statutory undertakers.

VAT

VAT not be charged on the sale of the land.

TENURE 

The Property is available on a freehold basis with vacant possession on completion.

PLANNING

The site has outline planning permission (planning reference: 1/0346/2017/OUTM), with all matters reserved bar access, has been granted for development of up to 70 dwellings on the area outlined red, planning was granted by Torridge District Council on February 8th 2018.  The Section 106 agreement includes the following contributions:

Early Years Contribution- £17,500 
Educational Transport - £26,647 
Eggesford Station - up to £70,000 

There are also requirements to provide traffic calming measures locally as well as contribution towards local play areas. 

A full copy of the planning pack including the drawings, decision notice, S106, reports and supporting information is available upon request by contacting our Crediton office.

A planning pack containing the pre-planning documents are available upon request.

OFFERS

The property is offered to the market on a Sale by Tender basis. All offers are due in writing, either by letter or email form, to our office in Crediton by 12 noon Thursday 19th July 2018.  The Vendor is seeking to dispose of the site on an unconditional basis only.
 
WINKLEIGH, is a large Mid-Devon village with many period cottages. In September 2011, the village topped a national report as the best place in England and Wales to bring up children. The report looked at 60 factors grouped into five categories – education, safety, property, population and amenities and Winkleigh came out as number one. It has an attractive village square with shops including a butchers, post office and inns. There is a primary school, sports facilities, a village hall and an ancient church. The village lies in a quiet location just off the Crediton / Torrington road with the A30 trunk road at Whiddon Down reached via the newly developed North Tawton road which gives access to Exeter and the M5.

DIRECTIONS : From the Helmores office drive along the A377 to Morchard Road.  Turn left on to the B3220 and follow signs to Winkleigh.  Drive into the village, take the left turning onto Exeter Road.  After 350 metres, take the left onto Hatherleigh Road and the industrial estate can be found 200 metres on the left.

Outline planning permission with all matters reserved bar access, has been granted for development of up to 70 dwellings on the area outlined red, planning was granted by Torridge District Council on February 8th 2018. A full copy of the planning pack including the drawings, decision notice, S106, reports and supporting information is available upon request by contacting our Crediton office. The site is located off Hatherleigh Road to the west of the historic Winkleigh village centre which is a short walk of about 500m. The site currently comprises of an industrial estate measuring 6.93 acres in total and slopes from north to south. As such the views from the site, south toward Dartmoor, are spectacular.

The site is located off Hatherleigh Road to the west of the historic Winkleigh village centre which is a short walk of about 500m. The site currently comprises of an industrial estate measuring 6.93 acres in total. Kinsley Plastics and Andrew Hicks Engineering have planning permission from Torridge District Council to build new industrial units on the Winkleigh airfield and will relocate once their new units have been constructed. Winkleigh Cider, which is located next door to Kingsley Plastics, is set to stay on the industrial estate but this area of land is outside the red line and has its own access directly off Hatherleigh Road.

The subject site slopes from north to south. The views from the site, south toward Dartmoor, are spectacular and there also views from the northern end of the site toward the countryside to the north.

All but the southern most industrial unit will remain on site and will need to be demolished and removed by the purchaser. All of the temporary homes/offices and units produced by Kingsley Plastics will be removed from the site prior to completion. 

SERVICES

We understand that mains electricity and water (both mains and foul) are available for connection close to the entrance of the site, please make your own enquiries concerning service connection to the statutory undertakers.

VAT

VAT not be charged on the sale of the land.

TENURE 

The Property is available on a freehold basis with vacant possession on completion.

PLANNING

The site has outline planning permission (planning reference: 1/0346/2017/OUTM), with all matters reserved bar access, has been granted for development of up to 70 dwellings on the area outlined red, planning was granted by Torridge District Council on February 8th 2018.  The Section 106 agreement includes the following contributions:

Early Years Contribution- £17,500 
Educational Transport - £26,647 
Eggesford Station - up to £70,000 

There are also requirements to provide traffic calming measures locally as well as contribution towards local play areas. 

A full copy of the planning pack including the drawings, decision notice, S106, reports and supporting information is available upon request by contacting our Crediton office.

A planning pack containing the pre-planning documents are available upon request.

OFFERS

The property is offered to the market on a Sale by Tender basis. All offers are due in writing, either by letter or email form, to our office in Crediton by 12 noon Thursday 19th July 2018.  The Vendor is seeking to dispose of the site on an unconditional basis only.

WINKLEIGH, is a large Mid-Devon village with many period cottages. In September 2011, the village topped a national report as the best place in England and Wales to bring up children. The report looked at 60 factors grouped into five categories – education, safety, property, population and amenities and Winkleigh came out as number one. It has an attractive village square with shops including a butchers, post office and inns. There is a primary school, sports facilities, a village hall and an ancient church. The village lies in a quiet location just off the Crediton / Torrington road with the A30 trunk road at Whiddon Down reached via the newly developed North Tawton road which gives access to Exeter and the M5.

DIRECTIONS : From the Helmores office drive along the A377 to Morchard Road.  Turn left on to the B3220 and follow signs to Winkleigh.  Drive into the village, take the left turning onto Exeter Road.  After 350 metres, take the left onto Hatherleigh Road and the industrial estate can be found 200 metres on the left.

Property Ref: EAXML10086_8649561

Share:

Similar Properties

Pocombe Bridge, Exeter

9 Bedroom Detached House | Guide Price £2,500,000

Checkout the 3D Tour & Video - Then Book your Viewing! This incredible detached house includes an indoor heated SWIMMING...

Great Well Park, Winkleigh

Not Specified | POA

A 8.684 acre site allocated in the emerging Torridge District Council Local Plan for up to 55 dwellings (potentially 72)...

Easton Cross, Chagford

8 Bedroom House | Asking Price £1,395,000

A character filled & historic Grade II Listed detached former hotel/B&B with eight en-suite bedrooms, plus a detached th...

Helmores (Crediton)

Crediton, Devon, EX17 3LF

01363 777999

How much is your home worth?

Use our short form to request a valuation of your property.

Request a Valuation

Mortgage Calculator

Amount Borrowed: £
Total Amount Repayable: £
Total Monthly Payment: £
©2021 The Guild of Property Professionals. All rights reserved. Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy | Cookie Policy | Complaints Policy | Members Login
GPEA Ltd. Registered in England & Wales.  Company No: 02819824.  Registered Office Address: 121 Park Lane, London W1K 7AG.  VAT Registration No: 576 8795 61