A single building plot with outline planning permission for a detached house of about 140 sqm / 1500 sqft. Quietly positioned backing on to fields in an established cul-de-sac.
The plot is the former garden of an established semi in a quiet cul-de-sac and is accessed along a separate tarmac drive serving only the plot and the field behind.
Outline planning was granted in November 2017 for a detached two-storey house with a ground floor of about 82sqm and a first floor of about 58 sqm giving a total GEA of about 140sqm, which would make a very good size 3 bedroom house.
The final internal and external design of the house can be individually determined by a detailed application by the purchaser.
The site is level and largely grass with a new 6ft close-boarded fence to be erected to the whole boundary by the current owner between exchange of contracts and completion. There is a detached garage, thought to be asbestos, that will need clearing.
There is mains drainage, water and electricity in the road.
The value of the built property will be determined by final design and specification but it is likely to be around £450,000 in the current market.
Caxton is a small, attractive village about 10 miles west of the city boundary with easy access along the A428. It is surrounded by open countryside yet easily accessible and about equidistant from Cambridge, St Neots and Royston all of which have an excellent train service to London. The village is bypassed by the A1198, meaning it carries limited through-traffic.
It is within the catchment of the Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ rated primary school at neighbouring Bourn which feeds the high-achieving Comberton Village College and there is a similarly well rated nursery and in Bourn also.
Further day-to-day facilities, including a major supermarket can be found in the next, larger village of Cambourne, the centre of which is less than 2 miles by car or 1.5 on foot.