- Outstanding single building plot
- First open viewing by appointment Monday 24th February 2020 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
- Detailed consent for a 2,519 sq.ft detached dwelling
- Located in a desirable village between Cheltenham and Painswick
- Set in 3.4 acres
- Sale by informal tender
The site We are delighted to offer the opportunity to acquire an outstanding building plot in a rural setting within the Cotswold aonb with various facilities in the village nearby.
The land is currently occupied by the original detached cottage, a temporary chalet and a large storage shed/barn. The site is flanked on two sides by the Buckholt and Witcombe Woods, a designated wildlife site dating back to 1086 and to the north is an open field of gently sloping light cultivated grazing land giving attractive views across the landscape and hills beyond.
The total plot amounts to 3.4 acres and the extent of the land is shown edged in red on the os plan within these sales particulars strictly for identification purposes only.
There is a detailed consent for a five bedroom detached Cotswold stone house of some 2,519 sq.ft.
Additionally, the property will retain the original detached barn east of the proposed dwelling.
The accommodation can be summarised as follows:
An entrance lobby gives access to a central hallway leading to sitting room, kitchen/dining area, pantry, utility room, boot room, family shower room, cloakroom, and 4 bedrooms (2 of which are en-suite).
Landing, Master bedroom suite with en-suite
The proposed dwelling has its own driveway and parking for two vehicles. Extensive grounds beyond the proposed dwelling include a large barn/shed requiring refurbishment.
Location The site is located in Cranham, a 2.3 mile drive to the start of village facilities and accessed from the Buckholt Road. A public right of way runs north to south nearby to the western boundary. Cranham has various facilities to include a primary school, church, public house, village hall, scouts centre and cricket pitch and is served by regular bus services towards Cheltenham and Painswick/Stroud.
It is very rare that building plots such as this especially with the sizable grounds become available in this location and attractive setting.
Viewings The general location of the plot may be seen from the roadside during normal daylight hours however, all on site viewing must be accompanied by the agent.
We would recommend appropriate footwear to walk the grounds and would ask that care is taken as the ground is uneven.
Do not enter the derelict cottage or barn.
Children are not permitted on site.
We are arranging a number of open view times as follows, please book an appointment to attend by contacting our Land Department on . 1. Monday 24th February 2020 - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
2. Saturday 29th February 2020 - 10:00 am to 11:00 am
town & country planning Detailed planning permission has been granted by Stroud District Council under consent no. S.19/1926/ful dated 04.11.19.
Consent is for the erection of a replacement dwelling, demolition and associated works.
A copy of the consent notice together with the approved plans can be obtained electronically from the land pages of the agent's website by simply clicking on the view documents tab. These details are also available on Stroud District Council's website.
Method of sale The property is offered for sale by informal tender with offers to be made in writing by 12 noon on Friday 13th March 2020 at the offices of Perry Bishop & Chambers, 2 Silver Street, Cirencester, GL7 2BL.
These should be submitted on the offer form which is available from ourselves, so as to ensure that all information required is received. The offer may be returned by hand, posted to our Cirencester office or by email to
It is the bidder's responsibility to ensure that their offer is received by the prescribed deadline and the vendor is not bound to accept the highest or any offer. A decision will be made as soon as possible after the closing date, with all parties being notified accordingly.
Important notes There is a cil liability totalling £4,276.76. Self-builders may be exempt from this if any net payment is required and are advised to consult Stroud District Council's cil Regulations Department.
The site is accessed via a private roadway under separate ownership. A draft indemnity policy is in place and will be supported by a Statutory Declaration confirming a legal right of way to the property.
The retained barn may have some potential in terms of refurbishment for 'domestic' uses (e.g. Garaging, home office, possibly even ancillary accommodation), subject to the right scheme and the necessary planning permissions and we recommend you seek professional advice in this regard.
Temporary Chalet Accommodation
This temporary dwelling adjacent to the site entrance gate is available by separate negotiation and we welcome any sensible offers.
Information pack There is an information pack available electronically which will include the following:
Planning Consent Notice
Proposed Unit Value