Genuine reason for sale due to retirement
Superb development opportunity – STPP
34 miles from London
Sought after location
Meridian Business Sales are delighted to offer to the market this superb development land comprising of 8 acres of land which has been in the careful hands of our clients since it was established in 1966. The only reason this wonderful opportunity is being offered to the market is due to our clients to take well deserved retirement. There is a large industrial unit on the land and is currently being used as a potato merchants. There is huge scope for development as there is approximately 8 acres of land which could be utilised for numerous uses STPP. The 8 acre parcel of land may be suitable for residential or commercial development such as a high end hotel/leisure centre for the potential captive audience of wealthy residents. This is a superb opportunity to purchase a premium plot with massive scope to develop further and as such early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the wonderful location, spectacular countryside, and this fantastic opportunity is not to be missed.
The regular shaped parcel of land is set amongst the Belfairs Ancient Woodlands (The Woodland Trust) close to the Golf course and adjacent to the most beautiful nature reserves and wildlife. The land enjoys uninterrupted views across farmland and open countryside. It is hard to believe that the main road leading to London is only 5 minutes from this idyllic location. London is approximately 34 miles away so the location is ideal for those wishing to commute. The land is situated 1.5 miles down country lanes from the A127.
There are many tourist attractions:
Hadleigh Castle, which was built during the reign of Henry III on Hadleigh Downs, is located roughly 10 minutes away. There are beautiful views across the Thames Estuary towards Kent, which is popular with walkers, ramblers and mountain bikers, and the 2012 Olympic Mountain Bike Event was held here. The land is also situated 10 minutes from Leigh on Sea. Leigh has been a working fishing village for more than 1000 years, and is steeped in history. It has cobbled streets, fishing boats and cockle sheds. It’s very popular with visitors; it has folk festivals and regattas, and was recently rated fourth in a list of top 30 places to live by property experts Brick and Mortar.