Land adjacent to 94 Pigeon Lane, Hampton TW12 1AF
Offers in excess of £125,000
Planning permission to construct a 1-bedroom bungalow
Cleared plot of land measuring approximately 2,153ft2
Located in Hampton
Offers in excess of £125,000 STP
The existing site is cleared land located on the northern side of Pigeon Lane on a site area measuring approximately 2,153ft2. The site now benefits from planning permission for the construction of a 1-bedroom bungalow with off-street parking measuring approximately 538ft2.
The site is located in Hampton on the north bank of the River Thames, within the London Borough of Richmond. Surrounded by acres of greenery, Hampton is a beautiful part of London. Bushey Park, the second largest of the Royal Parks, is just over a mile away with the Diana fountain, water garden, fallow and red deer and Hampton Court Palace.
The area is particularly popular with families due to its excellent schools and green open spaces. Hampton Hill High Street has many cafes and boutiques as well as Hampton Hill Theatre. Sainsbury’s is a 5-minute drive from the property. The nearest main shopping town in Kingston-Upon-Thames. Hampton open-air pool is one of the few remaining outdoor heated pools in Greater London and is a such a popular place to visit.
Planning permission was granted on 21st June 2018 with Richmond Upon Thames Council under planning reference 18/0771/FUL. The proposed development is for the construction of a 1-bedroom bungalow with associated landscaping, off-street parking and cycle storage.
Planning and other related documents will be sent in the form of an information pack that can be requested from a member of the Highfield team.
Can be adequately made from the roadside in the first instance.
The property is liable for a section 106 payment of £4,797.
We understand that VAT is not applicable.
We are inviting offers in excess of £125,000.
Please note the information provided by Highfield Investments London Limited, trading as Highfield Investments has been given in good faith, however all parties must undertake their own due diligence to satisfy themselves in regards to accuracy.