Clements End Road, Studham, LU6 2NG
Live the good life in the countryside on over five acres in a most beautiful spot. This is an ideal opportunity for you to own a lifestyle business running a plant nursery. With the site uniquely benefiting from an alcohol licence you could perhaps also offer coffee, lunch, food and wine.
Standing in over 5 acres, the site includes two semi-detached bungalows (3-bed and 4-bed), garages, a site shop, large greenhouse and polytunnels. The site benefits from mains water, bottled gas and three phase electric and has scope for expansion and future development.
The nursery is just over 4 miles from Junction 9 of the M1, just south of the peaceful village of Studham, situated on the Bedfordshire / Hertfordshire border. Studham is an extremely affluent and desirable village on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, where detached houses are selling for approx. £750,000 on average in 2012.
Standing in over 5 acres, this well equipped nursery has many excellent facilities with the scope for expansion. The site includes, but not limited to:
The site benefits from approx. 425 metres of extensive road frontage on to both Byslips Road and Clements End Road. Good access and parking can be found directly off the publicly adopted Clements End Road.
The land is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole. The freehold is available with vacant possession upon completion.
The land is classified as Greenbelt and any development would be subject to the appropriate planning permission.
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The buildings & land are available freehold as a whole.
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Clements End Road, Studham, LU6 2NG
Central Bedfordshire Council
Studham is a highly affluent and desirable area with properties rarely available for sale. This has resulted in high property prices with detached houses in Studham selling for approx. £750,000 on average in 2012.
Studham is an affluent village and civil parish in Bedfordshire. The parish has strong connections to the bordering counties of Buckinghamshire to the south and Hertfordshire to the east. The village lies in the wooded south facing rolls of the Chiltern Hills within a network of countryside footpaths. Studham is perfectly placed; surrounded by picturesque and rural villages such as Whipsnade, yet close enough to enjoy the amenities of the larger towns of Berkhamsted, Luton and Milton Keynes.
Nearby Berkhamsted is a popular town with a thriving local economy, partly due to its fast and direct rail links into London. The town is a desirable place to live and enjoys a bustling atmosphere with its weekly markets and generous offering of shops and business’, pubs, restaurants and hotels.
To the north of Studham, Luton and its near neighbours, Dunstable and Houghton Regis, form the Luton / Dunstable Urban Area. The area is expected to grow due to development within and physical expansion of the three towns and large re-development of Luton. This major regeneration of Luton town centre is already underway, which will include upgrades to the town’s transport as well as improvements to the town’s urban environment.
To the south of Studham are the historic and affluent towns of Harpenden and St Albans. They have become much sought after dormitory towns within the London commuter belt resulting in notoriously high property prices in the area. Both Harpenden and St Albans have many independently owned shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants that give the area a unique character and charm.
Studham is close to the M1 motorway and A5 road, and is served by fast rail links into London at the nearby Berkhamsted Train Station. Nearby London Luton Airport is one of England’s major international airports serving London and the southeast.
* Journey Times: 31 mins to London and 1 hr 30 mins to Birmingham
The site is situated close to Studham Common in the centre of the village. Studham Common is a beautiful open space and a highly prized feature of the village, valued by the community as a place of recreation and a haven for wildlife. Its rich mosaic of habitats - grassland, woodland, scrub thickets and hedgerows - supports an abundance of wildlife. The West Common includes a playing field which serves as the village green.
The common is best enjoyed by following the 1½ mile Studham Common Walk. The walk is a popular tourist trail that is part of a network of public footpaths and bridleways that lead to the wider countryside as well as Whipsnade and the Dunstable Downs.
The common is in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty home to some of the finest countryside in the UK. The Chiltern Hills are blessed with a wealth of walking, riding and cycling routes.
Whipsnade Zoo is less than two miles from the site. Set in 600 acres of beautiful parkland, Whipsnade is the UK’s largest zoo and one of the largest in Europe.
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