Guide Price £850,000Request a viewing
0.76 acre site
Outline Consent for 5x 200m2 detached houses
Within Exeter City Boundary
Private gated development
From Western Way / B3212 drive down to the roundabout over the River Exe. Take the third exit onto Okehampton Road which becomes Redhills at the cross roads. The plot is at the top of the hill on the right. EX4 1SS.
Although within the Exeter City boundary, the site is positioned between woodland and open countryside.
Local amenities include a convenience store, take-away and local primary school.
The site is within the Exeter City planning zone. The city being one of the most vibrant and attractive cities in southern England. With a population of almost 120,000, expanding "Russell Group" University and growing Business and Science Parks, it lies on the beautiful River Exe. The city is also within half an hour's 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, Met Office and the University.
The city offers a selection of theatres, cinemas, museum, football, rugby and leisure centres. The historic Quayside provides some lovely riverside walks with it's restaurants, pubs and coffee shops. Exeter has a direct rail link to London Paddington and Waterloo as well as an International Airport about five miles away.
The development is located in Exeter, overlooking the city. Recent use has been as a vehicle salvage / recycling yard. The site extends to 0.76 acres (0.31 hectares) and has the benefit of mains water and electricity. There is direct road access and open fields on three sides give an appealing countryside outlook. The site will be cleared prior to sale. An environmental survey was carried out under BS 10175:2001 "Investigation of potentially Contaminated Sites" Code of Practice. This shows that an area of 65 sq/m to a depth of 500mm will need to be removed and treated. The full environment report is available on the Exeter Planning website under Planning.