A single building plot located in this sought after position in a no-through road on the eastern edge of Wantage.
Planning permission has been granted for a distinctive detached house with a gross internal area of c.2700 sq ft (250m sq).
The design combines contemporary features with a traditional style. The lower ground floor has a double garage with internal stairway rising to the entrance hall. The ground floor layout comprises kitchen/dining room, sitting room, study and a wet room. On the first floor are four bedrooms two of which have en-suites and a separate family bathroom.
Permission was granted on the 16th of January 2019. Full details can be found on the Vale of the White Horse District Council Planing portal (Ref P18/V2488/FUL) www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)
The CIL amount payable on commencement of works £38,160, thirty eight thousand one hundred and sixty pounds.
Please note that "self-builders" can apply for exemption/relief from the CIL liability, full details are set out in the CIL liability notice.
Wantage is a historic town situated within the Vale of White Horse. The town is believed to date back to Roman times and is mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. It is famed as the birthplace of King Alfred the Great.
The town offers schooling for all ages, a range of shopping and leisure facilities, as well as a market on a Wednesday and Saturday. Wantage has excellent commuting links via the A34 with the M40 in the north and the M4 in the south. Didcot c.9 miles offers a fast rail service to London Paddington c.40 minutes.