The plot - EX9 6SA
An increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a building plot in this extremely desirable East Devon coastal town. The plot benefits from full detailed planning permission (Ref.19/1472/ful) for a generously sized, detached, two double bedroomed (one ensuite) dwelling.
Located to the north of the town centre, the plot is within easy reach of the town shops, amenities and the beach.
The gross internal floor area of the proposed dwelling is approximately 92.7 sqm (998 sqft). The proposed dwelling will also benefit from off-road parking for two cars and the plot extends to approximately 220 sqm (0.05 acres).
This popular seaside town is situated on the beautiful National Heritage Coast between the larger towns of Sidmouth and Exmouth. Originally the hamlet of Salterton on the Rolle Estate, Budleigh Salterton developed in the early 19th Century and essentially consists of an assortment of cottages and Victorian villas as well as impressive early 20th Century residences.
The town benefits from a good range of local shopping and other facilities as well as cricket, bowls, croquet, tennis clubs, museum, restaurants and a highly regarded Cliff-top Golf Course. A more extensive range of amenities and educational facilities are available in the near-by University and Cathedral City of Exeter, where there is also a railway station with main line connections, an International airport and access to the M5 motorway, there is also a railway station at Exmouth, circa 5 miles from the plot with connection to Exeter. Sailing is available on the Exe Estuary and lovely walks can be enjoyed on the South West coastal path and on Woodbury Common a few miles inland, where there is another popular golf course at Woodbury Park.
Offers are invited in the region of £199,000 for this freehold plot.
East Devon District Council granted full detailed planning permission (Ref.19/1472/ful) for erection of a new detached dwelling house on land adjacent to 14 Leas Road, Budleigh Salterton on 10th September 2019.
Copies of the plans and planning permission are held on file by the agents or can be viewed on East Devon District Council's website using the planning reference above.
Community Infrastructure Levy (cil) is liable on this development, although there are exemptions to this charge for example for self-builders - see following web-link - self build exemption (for a whole house)
Please contact Philip Taverner at klp to arrange a viewing.
The purchaser will be responsible for bricking up the existing conservatory window, rendering external and plastering internal wall when done and erecting the boundary between the plot and existing dwelling (close boarded fence, not walls as detailed on the approved plans).
The existing dwelling will retain an easement for access to maintain the sw elevation of the house and the wood burner flue.