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PROPERTY FEATURES

  • STUNNING RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE
  • SET WITHIN EDWARDIAN PARKLAND
  • SUBSTANTIAL MAIN HOUSE FOR RENOVATION
  • STABLE BLOCK FOR RENOVATION AND EXTENSION
  • FIVE NEW BUILD PLOTS IN THE GROUNDS
  • ALL SET WITHIN JUST OVER THREE ACRES

THE PROPERTY

*A STUNNING RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE WITHIN AN EDWARDIAN PARKLAND SETTING OFFERING RENOVATION, CONVERSION AND FIVE NEW BUILD PLOTS* The launch of Wood Burcote Court Development Site offers developers the opportunity to acquire a unique and individual piece of real estate with the prospect of creating both a lasting legacy and generating profit. The site occupies an unrivalled setting within the mature grounds of Wood Burcote Court, which is a classical Arts and Crafts House bordering Edwardian Parkland with grounds totalling 3.01 acres. The Parkland surrounding is being developed sympathetically by Redrow who have created a highly desirable residential location in a Parkland setting. The main house and conversion will be accessed from Redrow's service road on the north western boundary with the five building plots accessed off Besses Lane via a private gated drive. WOOD BURCOTE COURT - HOUSE WEST AND EAST This period country house enjoys a wonderful setting protected by mature landscaped grounds that surround it on all sides. In its heyday it would have sat within the heart of the Parkland and fortunately the Parkland feel still remains. The house, extending to just short of 5,700 square feet of accommodation over two floors retains all of its period charm and with renovation and modernisation could be restored to its former glory. The formal grounds which would extend to approximately 1.40 acres include a croquet lawn and tennis court set amongst a magnificent collection of specimen trees and topiary. From a development perspective there is planning permission to divide the Wood Burcote Court into two detached properties. The west side of the house would remain intact and sit within just over an acre of grounds. The east side has permission to be demolished and replaced with an individual three storey dwelling in a matching Arts and Crafts style and providing a 4-5 bedroom layout with courtyard garden, rose garden and garaging. The division of the two properties is shown on the plot plan. STABLE CONVERSION - PLOT 1 The traditional outbuildings lie to the north east of Wood Burcote Court and benefit from planning permission to be converted into a single storey three bedroom barn conversion. The permission allows for a single storey extension taking the finished conversion up to 2,080 square feet of accommodation and would benefit from its own grounds totalling ¼ of an acre. An architect's floor plan showing the layout of the conversion is provided on the next page. BUILDING PLOTS - PLOTS 2 - 6 The outline planning permission allows for the establishment of five building plots accessed off a private gated drive with the extent of these delineated on the sale plan attached to these particulars. The plots vary in shape and size to allow for the construction of five individual homes. Each plot has its own Constraints Plan. Plot Number Plot Size (Sq. M) Plot Size (Sq. Ft) Max GEC Sq. M) Max GEA (Sq. Ft) 2 703 7,567 270 2,906 3 781 8,407 280 3,014 4 770 8,228 280 3,014 5 953 10,258 300 3,229 6 1,283 13,810 340 3,660 PLANNING PERMISSION Outline Planning Permission was originally granted under application number S/2012/0799/MAO which was amended by S/2015/1592/MAO and more recently application for the approval of reserved matters was approved as part of a wider application under S/2017/2057/RES. Additional consents have been granted in relation to this site and a full planning history is available on the South Northamptonshire Planning Portal website: http://snc.planning-register.co.uk/planappsrch.aspx?pageprefix=plan Type ''Wood Burcote Court' into location box. LOCATION Towcester town centre is within walking distance and going through a renaissance. The High Street is vibrant with artisan shops, cafes and restaurants. The Co-op has a convenience store in the centre with Waitrose, Tesco and Aldi on the edge of the town. Milton Keynes and the county town of Northampton are within easy reach offering a more comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities and both have mainline railway stations with fast commuting times to London Euston. DIRECTIONS NN12 6JP From Towcester proceed on the A5 and at the new roundabout opposite the racecourse take the 2nd exit into the new housing estate. Proceed to the top of the road and turn right and Besses Lane will appear shortly on your left. Proceed down Besses Lane and the entrance gates to Wood Burcote Court will appear on your right. PROPERTY INFORMATION Services: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are available to the boundary of the site. Local Authority: South Northamptonshire Council Tel: 01327 322 322 Tenure: Freehold Section 106 Payment: The five building plots are liable for a contribution towards a Section 106 payment to Northamptonshire County Council and South Northamptonshire Council. The contribution will be the responsibility of the purchaser. Viewings: Strictly be prior appointment through Jackson-Stops Tel: 01604 632 991

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