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The property is the former village hall for the parishes of Knightwick and Doddenham, having previously been a BT telephone exchange. In January 2019 the local authority granted full planning permission (18/01672/FUL) for the conversion of the existing building into a one bedroom house The current owners have also acquired further land in order to the extend the garden to the side and rear. The extra land also allows for two off road parking space.View Property
11.569 acres of which approximately 2.96 acres is apple orchard with the rest being in pasture. FOR SALE BY INFORMAL TENDER – ** DEADLINE PASSED **. Guide Price £80,000 to £100,000. The parcel of land extends to 11.569 acres (4.682 hectares) and until fairly recently the whole area was planted with apple trees. The vast majority of the orchard has now been removed and is in pasture with an area extending to approximately 2.96 acres (1.20 hectares) remaining in apples. The apple variety within the orchard area is Coxs Orange Pippin. This is a particularly attractive parcel of land that from which there are some attractive far reaching rural views. This proposed sale provides an opportunity to purchase a stunning piece of Worcestershire countryside with which the new owner might farm commercially, simply enjoy it as a smallholding or use it for equine interests.View Property
The meadow extends to about 0.53 of an acre and is mainly down to grass is well fenced and gated. The drive leads up to a small gravelled and enclosed fenced raised area. The land does not benefit from any services. The parcel of land is particularly attractive and enjoys beautiful surroundings being located between the attractive village Church and the River Severn. Please note that the land does not go up to the edge of the river. There are lovely views across the river towards the Malvern Hills. This meadow offers a wonderful opportunity to own a beautiful piece of Worcestershire countryside. The land could be used for grazing of animals, gardening or simply to enjoy time in the open countryside. Please note that the land is classified as agricultural and there are no planning consents in place allowing for a change of use.View Property
Enchanting freehold trout fishing rights on Dowles Brook, just north of Bewdley. Extending to the right to walk both banks, total 760 metres. Parking on Dowles Road or Dry Mill Lane. Flowing through beautiful woodland setting and stocked with wild trout. For sale by private treatyView Property