New Build Development Site in Exeter
Currently a Brownfield Site
Wrap around gardens
Off street parking for up to 4 carsDirections
Proceed from the City centre along Pinhoe Road (B3212), after approximately 1 mile turn left into Summer Lane. Proceed over the crossroads, passing The Star Inn (previously named The Half Moon), take the first turning left into Woolsery Avenue, followed by the left into Westbrook Close. Take the first left and proceed to the end of the cul-de-sac and the property is straight ahead.Situation
The property is situated in Whipton Village, which offers a collection of convenience shops including a Spar, Vets, Butchers and Pub. There is regular public transport on Pinhoe Road that flows into and out of the City centre.
The Cathedral City of Exeter is one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in Southern England. With a population of almost 120,000, expanding Top 10 University and growing Business and Science Parks, the City lies on the beautiful River Exe. The City is within half an hour drive of the coast and moors and is the region's major administrative, commercial and retail centre with major employers including the County Council. County Police, EDF, Met Office, Highways Agency and the University.
The City offers a selection of theatres, cinemas, museum, football, Premier rugby and leisure centres. The historic Quayside provides some lovely riverside walks with a good selection of restaurants, pubs and coffee shops.Description
A Brownfield development site in Exeter with full Planning Consent for two x 1,355 sq ft semi-detached, dormer bungalow properties, boasting wraparound gardens, off-road parking and existing utilities on site.
The site appears level with good vehicular access via Westbrook Close. There is also pedestrian access from the site directly to Whipton Village Road, which is only a few meters walk.
|AGENTS NOTE:-|| The former bungalow is still on site to offset some of the CIL payment.|