Under Offer

Land For Sale in Dorset

Sherbourne, Dorset

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A rare opportunity to acquire a good-sized development plot of land in the highly sought-after village of Bishops Caundle, Sherbourne, Dorset. The sale of this land has come about to safeguard the future of the village pub by releasing valuable funds. The plot sits just behind the pub and the size is approx.1/3 of an acre and the shape is irregular. It includes a barn that can be easily converted into a two-bedroom cottage, we also envisage possible three sets of semidetached houses (6 x dwellings). The land enjoys beautiful uninterrupted countryside views and a sale subject to planning will be considered. Early enquiries are highly recommended.


The plot of land is in the very heart of Bishops Caundle, Sherbourne, Dorset and currently attached to the ‘The White Hart’ public house. Opposite the pub is a smaller high end residential development (Manor Farm) which has proved to be a success. Previous planning application was granted for a new access route to the site, which has now lapsed. The location has been highlighted on the OS map, see attached.


Currently, the White Hart Inn is trading as a Public House (A4) offering both food and drink. This will continue but with much smaller car park and grounds. The lapsed planning for alternative access to the land was issued on the 1st July 2011 and ref – 1/D/11/000454


Mains water, sewage, electricity, telephone, and broadband are all available. No testing of these services has been undertaken by the agents Ware Commercial.


Please make your own enquiries on the local Valuation Website (VOA) at Valuation Office Agency


All viewings and enquiries to be made through the agents Ware Commercial

Tel: 01803 328880

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.warecommercial.com

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