- 0.62 acre Plot with Outline Planning for a brand new 1,080sq ft, 2/3 Bed Det Bungalow
- The plot accessed through large, tall, wooden gates off the lane
- The other side of the mobile home is the garden area and woodland
- So the redevelopment of both sites will transform this area and thus offer a great opportunity
- Pretty Village just off the A127 with its own convenience store and a great local Pub/Restaurant
- Woodland setting discreetly hidden from view via a gated lane off Gardiners Lane North
- Existing mobile home standing on a concrete base with a brick plinth to be demolished
- The old Yard next door also has just rec'd Outline planning for a gated development of 4 Bungalows
- Plans held in the Office - please call for full information
- Short drives to Billericay & Wickford, both with Mainline Railway Station
Outline Planning Permission has just been received for a Brand New Detached Bungalow of circa 1,070sq ft, to be constructed amid this secluded, isolated, semi-rural plot of 0.62 acre to the west of Gardiners Lane North, discreetly set back from the road via a gated entrance track that serves a yard behind Adelaide Villa (also with Outline Planning just received for a small, gated development of 4 bungalows) and another residential property, The Lillies, further up the lane.
At the moment the plot is occupied by a cosy 30ft x 20ft permanent Mobile home on a concrete base with a brick plinth - currently lived in by the Vendor - and anticipated to be demolished to make way for the new property.
There are further areas of hardstanding, as the property was used a kennelling, and although the dog runs are now gone, 4 outbuildings of varying sizes remain.
From Gardiners Lane, a big, tall set of double gates open wide to reveal a private track/lane. Along and on the right, a big set of timber gates swing open to a large area of parking, with the existing property to the left. The other side of the property is the garden area and woodland.
Gardiners Lane North joins onto the A127 Southend bound arterial road giving easy road access and Crays Hill Village itself has a handy 'Premier' convenience store supplying the daily essentials and, in the evenings, and weekends, why not pop along to the great local pub/restaurant called The Shepherd and Dog, which has a large beer garden and big patio - it does great food and quite a range of beers/ales.
Bus Stops in the village give easy access to the neighbouring towns of Billericay & Wickford - both with Mainline Railway Stations (London Liverpool Street in 35 minutes from Billericay). Plus, just up the road is the Barleylands Farm Shop, which sells fresh fruit, vegetables, and a large selection of groceries.
EXISTING MOBILE HOME
The existing Mobile Home is currently arranged with a 19ft x 11ft Lounge, 16ft x 9ft Kitchen/Diner and a small inner hall accessing the Double Bedroom and Shower Room. The cast iron Danish 'Morsø' Multi-fuel Stove in the Lounge provides very low cost central heating and hot water - the heating via normal radiators.
There is a large 'Yard' area for multiple parking , so big that even a lorry would be able to drive in, turn and drive out again!
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Crays Hill is a village within the parish of Ramsden Crays and falls roughly midway between Billericay and Wickford, both having main line railway stations on the London Liverpool Street line. The Monday - Friday Fast Train goes from Billericay Railway Station to Liverpool Street in just 35 minutes.
The village dates back to the the 13th Century and therefore offers a mixture of old and modern properties.
Amenities include a well stocked 'Premier' convenience store supplying the daily essentials and the highly regarded local pub/restaurant The Shepherd & Dog, which boasts a popular restaurant and large beer garden - it does good food and quite a range of beers/ales.
Bus Stops in the village give easy access to the neighbouring towns.
Just up the road is the Barleylands Farm Shop, which sells fresh fruit, vegetables and a large selection of groceries.
The A127 is little more than a two-minute drive away giving access to Southend, London and the M25.