Berrowhill Lane, Feckenham, Redditch, Worcestershire, B96 6QJ
A wonderful opportunity for you to own a parcel of lush grazing land in a popular location. Totalling 12.78 acres (5.17 hectares) the land offers permitted development rights and is suitable for a variety of amenity, recreational or other uses (STPP).
The land could also offer potential for those looking for equestrian use in an area well suited to riding out. Less than quarter of a mile to the north of the land lies an extensive network of bridle paths with access directly off Berrowhill Lane.
The site is pleasantly situated within the highly sought-after and affluent village of Feckenham, south-west of Redditch, east of Worcester and south of Birmingham. The village has a thriving rural community and house prices here are 52% above the county average and 77% above the regional average reflecting the desirability of the area as a place to own property – including land.
We have now been instructed by the Vendors to ask all interested parties to submit their best and final offers in writing so that a decision can then be reached by the Vendors. The procedure therefore will be for you to submit your best and final offers in writing by 12:00 noon on Thursday, 20th June 2019 providing the information requested on the pro forma attached to the brochure with Land on Berrowhill Lane, Feckenham, B96 6RU in the subject title.
The land enjoys extensive road frontage onto Berrowhill Lane and Lot 2 benefits from its own private gated access.
There is an easement within Lot 3a to allow other landowners to cross the land (shown blue on the site plan). Please contact us for further details. A publc footpath also runs across the northern bounday of Lot 3a.
The land is offered for sale by informal tender as a whole or in lots. The freehold is available with vacant possession on completion.
Uniquely there are no overage payments on this land – rare in today’s land market.
The land is designated as green belt. Any development would be subject to the appropriate planning permission.
Non-farming buyers set the pace in rising farmland market
Despite the Brexit-related uncertainties, the farmland market has proven more resilient than many might have predicted as pasture land prices in the region increased by up to 25% last year.
Investors have played an increasing role in the farmland market as they tend to be attracted to tangible assets as they see them as a safe haven for their capital. Land in the right location remains in considerable demand for capital investment for many non-farming reasons, including development potential, privacy, tax reasons, or amenity.
In the immediate future it is anticipated that land prices will continue to rise, supported by a lack of supply.
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The land is available freehold as a whole or in lots. The site plan is indicative and Vantage Land may be able to amend the plan to offer you the acreage you require. Please call 01582 788870 if you have an alternative budget or size requirement.
Berrowhill Lane, Feckenham, Redditch, Worcestershire, B96 6QJ
Redditch Borough Council
The land is situated in an extremely affluent area. House prices in Feckenham are 52% above the county average and 77% above the regional average (Zoopla). These premium house prices reflect the desirability of the area as a place to live and own property – including land.
Feckenham is a desirable and affluent ‘chocolate-box’ village within the Borough of Redditch in Worcestershire, close to the border with Warwickshire. It lies 4 miles south-west of Redditch, 10 miles east of the city of Worcester and south of Birmingham.
Feckenham is a very sought-after village and is home to a family owned pub, a gastro-pub, an award winning community village shop, village green, village hall and a good primary school.
Redditch town centre is just over four miles away, providing a wide selection of indoor and outdoor leisure activities including, theatres, pubs, restaurants a cinema and an excellent selection of local shopping.
The beautiful cathedral city of Worcester is further afield and offers visitors a wealth of interesting architecture, history, culture and leisure amenities, with a very wide selection of high street names and independent boutiques.
Birmingham to the north is the second biggest city in the country. It is one of the largest international commercial centres in the world and an important transport, retail & events hub. From museums and attractions to Michelin starred restaurants and the world-famous Bullring shopping centre, Birmingham has something to offer for everyone.
The land enjoys easy access to both the M5 and M42 motorways. The M5 links the Midlands to the South West and along with the M42, form the Birmingham Outer Ring Road. Nearby Bromsgrove Train Station provides frequent and direct links into Birmingham in just 26 minutes.
* Journey Times: 18 mins to Worcester Foregate Street; 26 mins to Birmingham New Street; 53 mins to Birmingham International
The site lies on the edge of Feckenham, a very sought-after rural community with a traditional village green, a cricket club and an abundance of well-marked walking and riding routes. A range of community activities includes an annual two-day horse show, and a tri-annual Feckenham Flower and Garden Festival. There is an annual Summer Fair, which has a Royal Charter and Spring and Autumn Flower Shows.
The surrounding countryside is an idyllic place to explore. There is even a nature reserve at nearby Wylde Moor, where you can see a selection of wild flowers, insects and birds.
The land offers great potential for those looking to use the land for equestrian use as it is perfectly situated in the centre of an extensive network of bridleways. Access to these is immediately off Berrowhill Lane and bordering the northern boundary of the site.
The Monarch’s Way is a historic 615 mile long-distance footpath that passes approximately 1.5 miles to the east Feckenham. It follows the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after being defeated in the Battle of Worcester. This footpath takes you through two World Heritage Sites, one National Park and six Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty plus some of the finest scenery in western and southern England.
Nearby Redditch is home to the 900 acre Arrow Valley Country Park & Lake. The park includes a Local Nature Reserve, a lakeside café, gift shop, children’s play area and a skate park. The lake is also used for water sports. There are four waymarked trails for walking and riding throughout the park.
A range of attractions can also be found farther afield including the iconic Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the hugely popular tourist town of Stratford-upon-Avon – the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
To arrange a site visit or to buy the land for sale in Redditch; please call 01582 788870 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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