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Aldreds are delighted to offer this single residential building plot, now available for sale individually as part of a larger scheme with permission for sixteen properties, six of which are residential, and ten holiday use only. This particular plot is situated at the top end of the development and has planning permission for a four bedroom, two reception detached house with integral double garage. Residential building plots are increasingly rarely available in the Broadland area, particularly in rural locations such as this. The village of Thurne is delightfully unspoilt and located on the Eastern banks of the River Thurne with a parish staithe, gift store, the delightful thatched Church of St Edmund, dating back to the 13th Century and the well known Broadland pub/restaurant, The Lion. The iconic white Thurne Windmill is a famous Broadland landmark. Early enquiries are strongly recommended.
A single building plot with residential planning permission for a four bedroom / two reception detached house with integral double garage. This generous plot, located at the top end of the development will be accessed via a shared private roadway, provided by the vendors, with ducting in place for electric and water connection to the entrance of the site.
Thurne is an unspoilt, attractive Broadland village lying adjacent to the River Thurne at the heart of the Norfolk Broads. The village benefits from a public staithe with moorings and a public house/restaurant. Nearby Martham, Stalham and Acle offer a full range of amenities. The coastal town of Great Yarmouth is appoximately 8 miles away and the fine city of Norwich, approximately 17 miles away. The iconic white Thurne Windmill is a famous Broadland landmark.
Full details of the outline planning consent for the whole development can be found via the Broads Authority Planning Portal - www.broads-authority.gov.uk/planning/application-search - under search reference BA/2017/0103/OUT. See Appeal Decision dated 19th February 2019. A particular condition of the planning permission for the whole development is that within 24 months of commencement of any works on the site, works to construct the holiday element of the overall development shall commence. Construction of all the holiday properties shall be completed within a further 36 months and they shall be available to rent as holiday accommodation.
From our Stalham office turn right at the junction onto the High Street, and turn left at the junction of the A149 heading towards Great Yarmouth. Continue on the main road passing through Potter Heigham and Repps-with-Bastwick. Take the second right-hand turning into the B1152 towards Acle. Continue for about a mile before turning right, signposted Thurne and continue towards the village, passing the church before bearing round to the right into The Street. Proceed a short way along where the site can be found just after the Methodist Church on the right hand side.
The main roadway for the development will be created by the vendors, with ducting in place for mains water and electric connection. Provision for private treatment plant drainage will be the responsibility of the buyer.
Great Yarmouth Borough Council. Band to be allocated on completion of build.
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