235 Melton Road, Edwalton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, , East Midlands
The site is located in Edwalton, approximately 3.5 miles south of Nottingham City Centre and within Rushcliffe Borough. Alongside the adjoining area of West Bridgford, Edwalton is one of the most highly sought after dormitory areas and prosperous suburbs in central England. Edwalton itself is one of the most expensive and exclusive addresses with a number of houses on Melton Road and surrounds selling for over £1.5million.
Prestigious Residential Development Opportunity
- Consented greenfield development site
- Highly sought after residential area
- 3.5 miles to Nottingham City Centre
- Located within the greater Sharphill Wood Development
The site comprises approximately 2.5 hectares (6.17 acres) of Housing area with 54 dwellings consented. The scheme is detailed within the site breakdown section below. The neighbouring Sharphill Wood development is due to provide a large amount of infrastructure and amenity improvement to the area, including a Waitrose superstore and primary school.
Benefitting from frontage to Melton Road, the existing house sits in a central position and is accessed via a tree lined drive. The majority of the site is of a rectangular shape, with topography which provides views over the surrounding countryside.
The existing house is of Victorian brick built construction and was originally built as a farmhouse to Hill Farm. The property also retains two barns, on the northern boundary of the site. These barns are currently used as outbuildings to Hill Farm House and have detailed consent for residential conversion.
A hybrid planning application was submitted on 12th February 2016 for the erection of 52 dwellings (outline) as well as the conversion of current barns to 2 dwellings (full), along with the formation of access and provision of open space and infrastructure. This application was approved on 12th July 2016. Further information relating to this application can be found on Rushcliffe Borough Council’s website www.rushcliffe.gov.uk/planning by searching Planning Reference 16/00386/HYBRID
Residential Use, Land