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TORRINGTON

listed on 2019-05-24  John Smale and Co   

Site Area 1.7 ha (4.2 acres) Outline Planning Consent 58 Houses Subject to 106 Agreement Edge of Town Location Close to Amenities Level Site Torrington caters well for its inhabitants with a comprehensive range of local shopping facilities including schools, banks, Post Office, library, parks etc together with leisure facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool and nearby 9 hole golf course. Tourist attractions include the Royal Horticultural Society Gardens at Rosemoor, the Dartington Crystal Glass Works, and The Plough Arts Centre. Other attractions include the Torrington 1646 Civil War Experience and glazed Pannier Market. Torrington itself is surrounded by approximately 365 acres of common land where there can be found a wide variety of picturesque walks and country pursuits etc. The larger towns of Bideford and Barnstaple are easily reached by car or public transport and the North Devon countryside and spectacular coasts are only a short drive away. DETAILS SITUATION The development land is a short distance from the town centre, situated on the edge of the town with easy access to the main roads to Barnstaple and South Molton. DESCRIPTION The site extends to approximately 1.7 ha (4.2 acres) and is a level area of land adjacent to the Hatchmoor Nursing Home. In the close proximity is the nursing home, open fields, light industrial and residential. PROPOSAL Our clients are looking to sell the site with the benefit of outline planning consent subject to the signed 106 agreement. Our clients are seeking offers in excess of £1 million for the benefit of the site. PLANNING Outline planning permission has been granted for 58 new homes. Full details available online at www.torridge.gov.uk/plan Planning Reference 1/0508/2017/ OUTM Section 106 Agreement: Contribution to Education 7% affordable. A road alignment is required for the access road. (Further details available upon request) TENURE The Tenure is Freehold. VAT The owners of the site have not registered the site for VAT. Therefore, no VAT will be payable on the purchase price. VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS Strictly by appointment with the sole agent. CONTACT DETAILS David Edwards BSc MRICS Direct Dial 01271 410133 / david@johnsmale.com Agent Notes There will be an access strip down the North side of the site to allow the farmer access.

Primary schools


  • Borough Road, Torrington, EX38 7NU
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fore Street, Torrington, EX38 8NF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Monkleigh, Bideford, EX39 5JY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Calvesford Road, Torrington, EX38 7DJ
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

House

Land adjacent to the Malt Scoop

listed on 2021-01-03  Complete   

The details FULL DESCRIPTION This attractive development opportunity extends to approximately 0.85 hectares (2.1 acres) of generally level agricultural land with direct access from the A386. The site is well located to the centre of Merton, with its range of amenities and approximately 300 m from the local primary school. A new vehicle access into the site from The A386 will be required to serve the development. There is a local shop/post office at the nearby garage in Merton along with a local public house and a number of supermarkets within 15 miles. Location Merton is a village and civil parish in the local government district of Torridge, Devon, England. The parish, which lies about five miles south east of the town of Great Torrington. The eastern and northern boundaries of the parish follow the loops of the River Torridgeand the other sides are defined by the River Mere. The village is on the A386 road between Meeth and Great Torrington. The parish church, on the west side of the village, is dedicated to All Saints and dates from around 1400. Planning The site benefits from a reserved matters planning permission reference 1/0541/2018/REMM for residential development of 33 units. 18% of those units will be affordable. Method of Sale The site featured in these particulars is for sale by private treaty. The landowner will consider a variety of buying options including a STP deal, to allow a buyer to re-plan the site, in addition to a staged purchase should a housebuilder decide to deliver these units in phases of small numbers. Agents fees An acquisition fee of 2% plus VAT will be payable by the incoming purchaser on successful completion of sale. Further details and links to documents are included within the brochure downloadable below. Merton More about this property

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

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Plots South Of Rectory Rise

BUILDING PLOTS An amazing opportunity to purchase a site that has OUTLINE PLANNING CONSENT for three properties within this popular village. The sloping site offers the most amazing far reaching views. This is one of those rare gems that does not often come to the market. 3 plots available as a whole. Outline planning was passed by Torridge District Council under Application number 1/0246/2020/OUT with all matters reserved except access. The agents recommend that interested parties visit the planning portal from Torridge District Council web site, using the above reference, to understand the reserved matters. The outline plans show properties of some 225m2 and and the overall plot sizes as follows. P1 1,185 m2 P2 861 m2 P3 812 m2 P1A 913 m2 P2A 860 m2 P3A 779 m2 P4 3,728 m2 The overall site n Total 9,138 m2 2.25 Acres

Primary schools


  • Glendale Road, Okehampton, EX20 1JB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fort Road, Okehampton, EX20 1GJ
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

House

Canns Down Press, Beaford, Winkleigh

listed on 2019-03-22  Carter geering   

The site occupies a level position close to the centre of the village which is located in North Devon on the A3124 between Winkleigh and Great Torrington. The village has a primary school, parish church, and village hall while The Globe Inn is a ‘traditional country pub that offers excellent ale, local craft beer and locally-sourced food’. The site is situated next to the village hall and is approached across its car park over which it enjoys rights of pedestrian and vehicular access.

Primary schools


This is a new academy which opened on 01/10/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This school closed on 30/09/2018.
  • The Square, Winkleigh, EX19 8QF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

mid-terrace House

Yarnscombe, Barnstaple, EX31 3LT

Key Features Mid Terrace Cottage Rural setting Surrounded by fields Vaulted living room Shower Room Mezzanine Bedroom Potential extra bedroom Patio Lawned area Car spaces Description A SHORT WALK THROUGH VIDEO OF THIS PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST - One of a small development of 3 individual rural cottages all converted from a range of traditional farm buildings including an original threshing barn which retains its high vaulted ceilings. In the heart of rural North Devon within a short drive of the major towns of Barnstaple, Bideford and Great Torrington and the Tarka trail and beach at Instow Rooms VAULTED LIVING ROOM - 7.32m x 5.49m (24'0' x 18'0') STORE CUPBOARD - 1.96m x 1.14m (6'5' x 3'8') SHOWER ROOM - 1.98m x 1.52m (6'5' x 4'11') FINE GALLERIED BEDROOM - 5.33m x 3.12m (17'5' x 10'2')

Primary schools


  • School Lane, Barnstaple, EX31 4JT
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Goodleigh, Barnstaple, EX32 7LU
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Whiddon, Barnstaple, EX31 4HF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Westacott Road, Barnstaple, EX32 8QY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

This academy opened on 01/01/2019. Go to Yeo Valley Primary School for previous record.
  • Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7HB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: No Ofsted assessment published

This school became an academy on 31/12/2018. Go to Yeo Valley Primary School for the new record.
  • Derby Road, Barnstaple, EX32 7HB
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Inadequate Last inspection

  • Chanters Hill, Barnstaple, EX32 8DN
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Abbey Road, Barnstaple, EX31 1JU
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Outstanding Last inspection

  • Abbey Road, Barnstaple, EX31 1JU
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Forches Avenue, Barnstaple, EX32 8EF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Flat

Stags | property for sale in High Bickington, Umberleigh

listed on 2019-11-13  Stags   

High Bickington, Umberleigh Offers invited £85,000 | 1.27 acres Property features • Three Building Plots • PP Three Holiday Lodges • Popular Location • Countryside Setting • Investment Opportunity DESCRIPTION Permission was granted for the erection of 3 holiday lodges on the 7th September 2017 under Torridge District Council Planning reference 1/0130/2017/FUL. Associated drawings and plans are available to view on the Torridge District Council Website under the planning tracker system. SITUATION AND AMENITIES Set in a wonderful rural part of North Devon, Forest Park offers fine views over expansive countryside. Near to the hamlet of Kingford, the property is also within 3 miles of the picturesque village of High Bickington which offers two pubs, Community Shop, Post Office, Church, community hall, Doctor's surgery, bus services, playing fields, golf club at Libbaton nearby, etc. The market town of South Molton is 9 miles. Barnstaple is about 10 miles. The coast is easily accessible as are Exmoor and Dartmoor. SERVICES Mains water and electricity. Private drainage systems. Propane gas to the plots. TENURE The plots are held on a 999 year lease from January 2003. The service charge for 2020 is approximately £407.00 Per annum plus a ground rent of £814.00 per annum plus disbursements. A breakdown of the figures are available from the agents. DIRECTIONS From Barnstaple take the A377 and head south along the Taw Valley. After passing through Umberleigh with the Rising Sun Inn on your right continue along the road for approx. 4 miles and on reaching Kingford take the right hand turning towards High Bickington. Proceed up the hill then take the first right signposted Forest Park Lodges, keep right on the track. There are designated visitors parking spaces.   Read more

Primary schools


  • Dorridge Hill, Umberleigh, EX37 9AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Bickington, Umberleigh, EX37 9AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Chittlehampton, Umberleigh, EX37 9QW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Land

7 acres, Near South Molton, Devon - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2021-01-29  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

7 acres, Near South Molton, Devon For Sale - Fixed Price £65,000 is set in the heart of the Taw valley in a beautiful part of Devon. Taw valley is named after the River Taw that runs through Barnstaple and along the valley to the north of the wood. The woodland is easily accessed from the main road and has a good private parking area suitable for most vehicles. Here you will hear and see the winding stream the runs inside the western boundary and provides a valuable source of water. From the parking area there is a stone pitched track that is accessible with a 4x4 and leads to the entrance, defined by a ride stop. Entering the woodland here you will be on an excellent track that runs through the heart of Squier Wood. There is a mixed broadleaved woodland area on your left with some coppice and a variety of ground flora. Beyond this is a stand of planted and well thinned beech that would be an excellent long term source of wood fuel. From the entrance you can also walk up to the eastern boundary. A track follows a hedge bank south and this takes you to the top corner of the wood where there are excellent views over the Taw valley. Look out for a further track at the peak of this eastern boundary which would make an excellent hideaway for animal watching, camping or den building. Both red and roe deer are frequent visitors along with foxes, badgers and numerous bird species. Back on the main track there are well established conifer trees to the right of the track. These were planted in 1967 and include spruce and fir species. There is the occasional grand fir tree mixed in. The woodland has been managed over the years during which time thinning has been carried out to maximise saw log production. As well as having good timber potential, Squier Wood is classified on the Government’s habitat database 'Magic' as Ancient replanted woodland. Ancient replanted woodland is where the original native tree cover has been felled and replaced by planting, often with conifers. This means the site is a long established wooded area which is excellent for ground flora species, such as ferns and as an ideal habitat for birds and mammals. The name Squier Wood is a derivative of 'Squire' which is derived from the Old French word escuyer, the social rank immediately below a knight. The name was brought to England in the great wave of migration following the Norman Conquest of 1066. Squier Wood is also a tribute to Hugh Squier (1625-1710) who was born in the nearby Market town of South Molton and went on to became a wealthy merchant. Sadly all of his children died young so he decided to donate his wealth to philanthropical causes in his native town. He is best remembered as a generous benefactor to the town of in Devon by his creation of a free school in 1864. There is a at the town's Primary School to commemorate his kindness. Squier Wood is well located with many services nearby and is convenient for exploring around mid-Devon and the north Devon coast. The Portsmouth Arms train station is a 10 minute walk from the woodland and the station is part of the - famous for being one of the most beautiful train journeys in the country. The rail line links directly to Exeter. The Portsmouth Arms Inn is close by for refreshments after a day in your woodland. If you fancy a treat when visiting your woodland, perhaps as an alternative to camping in the colder weather, the beautiful is just a 5 minute walk away. You can also eat at the manor in the evenings. There is a saw-mill within a mile and a chainsaw shop at nearby Umberleigh. Squier Wood lies about 8 miles south of Barnstaple which is the gateway to explore the rugged coast of north Devon with its many beautiful beaches such as Westward Ho! and the popular surfing beaches of Croyde and Woolacombe. Particulars and plans were prepared by our local manager, Stuart Brooking .

Primary schools


  • Dorridge Hill, Umberleigh, EX37 9AD
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • High Bickington, Umberleigh, EX37 9AY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Requires Improvement Last inspection

  • Chittlehampton, Umberleigh, EX37 9QW
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Land

Burwood Lane and Caddywell Lane, Great Torrington, Devon, EX38 7NS,

The site in total extends to approximately 22.62-acres Residential development site with Outline Planning Permission for the erection of up to 181no. dwellings The site is located approximately 550-metres from Great Torrington's town centre It is an irregular shape divided into 3no. fields

Primary schools


  • Borough Road, Torrington, EX38 7NU
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Fore Street, Torrington, EX38 8NF
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

  • Monkleigh, Bideford, EX39 5JY
  • Primary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection

Secondary schools


  • Calvesford Road, Torrington, EX38 7DJ
  • Secondary
  • Ofsted rating: Good Last inspection