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Land at Rotten Row, Riseley
Sold Subject to Contract

Guide price £350,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

An opportunity to acquire an individual building plot to construct an executive style dwelling located in a quiet village location close to open countryside and set amongst similar properties.

The plot was granted consent (Approval Number 09/00165/FUL) on 8th December 2009 as part of a wider approval that has been enabled.

The site occupies approximately one third of an acre with mature boundaries.

The approved dwelling offers approximately 2,700 square feet of accommodation arranged over two floors and the approval includes consent for a detached double width garage.

The approved design is the Gransden SH Plus from the Heritage range and copies of the drawings and approval are available upon request.

Riseley is located just ten miles to the north of Bedford and easily accessed from the A6 Bedford to Rushden road. Riseley offers a blend of period properties as well as modern executive homes and benefits from a Parish Church, Riseley CofE Primary School and is in the Sharnbrook Academy catchment area. In addition, there is a popular Public House/restaurant, a village shop and the Giddy Coat Coffee Shop plus playing fields and local sports' clubs.

Kimbolton is approximately six miles away and offers a wide variety of amenities including shops, Kimbolton School, three Public Houses and recreational facilities. Bedford's mainline station offers fast and frequent services to London's St Pancras International station from forty-one minutes. Bedford's Thameslink services depart regularly to London and onwards to Gatwick and Brighton.

Please note that potential purchasers should only access the site by prior appointment.

The independent Harpur Trust schools, and others, can be found in Bedford together with a wide range of recreational, shopping and sporting opportunities. The Keysoe International equestrian centre is just four miles away and there are many country walks to be had in the area. The Rushden Lakes Shopping Centre is only eleven miles away with a full range of national brands on offer together with a multi-screen cinema and a variety of restaurants.

Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page


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