The land is located on the edge of the small hamlet of Haughley Green, Stowmarket, Suffolk. Situated in a sought-after location between the larger villages of Haughley and Bacton.
The site extends to approximately 0.43 acres (0.17 hectares) and is a level site, albeit is overgrown in places. The boundaries on the ground are formed of a ditch to the east, a hedge along the western road frontage and post and wire fencing to the north and south. The site has good road frontage and currently benefits from pedestrian access. An Anglian Water pumping station is located on the northern side.
The hamlet of Haughley Green is situated between the larger villages of Haughley and Bacton, which both offer a good range of local amenities and facilities. The land is located close to A14 junction 49 (circa 2 ½ miles away) which offers good connections to Ipswich, Cambridge and Norwich. The nearby town of Stowmarket is located approximately 4 ½ miles to the south and offers further shopping facilities together with amenities, including a sports and leisure centre and a main-line rail station to London Liverpool Street. The cathedral town of Bury St Edmunds is approximately 13 miles to the west and the county town of Ipswich is approximately 17 miles to the south.
The land would be suitable for amenity type uses as well as other alternative uses subject to obtaining necessary planning consents. Purchasers are encouraged to make their own enquires.
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment only during daytime with a set of these particulars in-hand. For further information, please contact Nellie Dickson or Kelvin Grimes.
Telephone: 01328 854400