General information Coleridge House is a spacious semi-detached property offering great scope for refurbishment and redevelopment. It is located at the north-eastern end of Glemsford close to the Parish Church and located within the village conservation area. The property was originally constructed as part of a terrace of residential units which have been used in various ways and two units have been created into a single property which has been extended. In more recent times the property was used as a pub, known as The Prince of Wales. Alongside the property is a parking area an in/out driveway, a good size area of overgrown garden on which there is outline planning consent for the construction of a single residential unit granted under reference DC/20/02223. The extent of the property is shown on the plan, etched red and blue, the extent of the boundary for the outline planning consent is shown blue on that plan. The property backs on to open farmland at the rear. We understand there is a sewer that crosses this site.
The front door leads to the hallway which leads to accommodation which has been created within the original framework of the property by light-weight studwork partitions and could be redeveloped to create a more traditional family accommodation. The floorplan shows the current layout. Located at the rear of the property is a kitchen with dining room alongside.
On the first floor there is a large former function room and three further bedrooms with a bathroom. Again this accommodation is quite capable of being re-organised to provide more extensive family accommodation if required.
There is a cellar located under the rear wing of the property, accessed from a concealed hatch in the hallway and external access. There is limited headroom.
The accommodation has oil-fired central heating to the ground floor with no heating installed to the first floor accommodation.
There is a gas supply located in the road.
There is a driveway with an extensive parking area to the side of the property, a gate leads through to the rear garden where the oil-tank is situated and there is a substantial, somewhat dilapidated, outbuilding. Alongside the property and adjoining the road is good size area of side garden which contains the site of the outline planning.
Planning information An outline planning consent was granted for the erection of one dwelling, reference DC/20/02223. This consent expires on 28th August 2023. We understand there is a sewer that crosses this site.
Where? Glemsford is a large thriving village located on high ground to the north of the Stour Valley. The village has an excellent range of facilities, bus service, doctors surgery, primary school and a good range of shops, take aways etc. The property is located in the conservation area close to the church at the north-eastern end of the village.
Important information Council Tax Band - D
Services - We understand that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Oil-fired central heating. There is a gas supply located in Churchgate.
Tenure - Freehold
EPC rating - F
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Spacious house close to Glemsford Parish Church with outline planning consent for a single dwelling. The property has, in the past, been used as a public house, and has spacious accommodation which in more recent years been used as a care home. It would benefit from modernisation and refurbishment.
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