0 bed Land (for sale) Craigie Drive, The Millfields, Plymouth PL1

£900,000
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Lang Town & Country Land & New Homes
40 Mannamead Road, Plymouth
01752 942793
First Published

22nd Nov 2021

Last Published

1st Dec 2021

 

Features

  • Type: Land
  • Bedrooms: 0
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: England

Description

Description Lang Town and Country Land & New Homes are delighted to offer to the market a development opportunity which proposes the erection of an apartment building to provide 17 units of accommodation, consisting, 4x1 bed, 12x2 beds and 1x3 bed with apartments 14-17 having balconies (apartments 14-17 on the approval plans). Each apartment will have 1 or 2 parking spaces as per Local Highways Agency Planning Conditions. Plymouth City Council planning reference - 20/00253/ful

location Situated close to Plymouth's City Centre is this historic former Naval hospital which is just a short walk away Royal William Yard, another former Royal Navy installation which is a thriving metropolis of bars, restaurants, shops and galleries, combining sympathetically restored architecture with a modern, vibrant atmosphere. Along the coastline to the east lies The Hoe, offering stunning views of the Plymouth Sound and showcasing one of Southwest England's most famous landmarks; Smeaton's' Tower. Further beyond The Hoe lies the cobbled streets of the Barbican affording immersive insights into Plymouth's rich and varied history. Outside the thriving city of Plymouth, immediately to the west lies Cornwall. To the north, just a short drive away is the Tamar Valley aonb and Dartmoor National Park. Both offering some of England's most stunning rural scenery. To the East, yet further breath-taking rurality in the form of the South Devon aonb and beaches. Finally, to the South and The English Channel, the South coast of England and the gateway to all the history and endeavour that put Plymouth on the map.

Site development The project is located within the Millfields, a mixed use redevelopment of the former Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse Plymouth begun in the late 1990's. The original hospital site and buildings were designed by Alexander Rovehead and built on the Stonehouse peninsula between 1758 and 1762 and is confined within a substantial limestone wall which surrounds the site. The quadrangle is made up of relatively small blocks linked by single storey colonnade. The majority on the buildings within the quadrangle are constructed from Plymouth limestone rubble walling with Purbeck limestone dressings including rusticated quoins, bands above ground floor, 1st-floor strings and plain architraves; slate/ concrete tile hipped roofs behind coped rubble parapets over bands. The whole site contains a significant group of mostly Grade II* listed buildings and the site within the wall was designated a Conservation Area in 1977. The navy left the site in 1995 and today the Millfields site is a thriving commercial and residential hub linking Stonehouse to the city centre.

Redevelopment context The proposed residential development site forms part of the east side of the quadrangle which is made up of five separate buildings linked by the colonnade. Pre-war, the site was occupied by a ward known as block E which was destroyed in April 1941 during a 2nd world war bombing raid on the city. Subsequently the remains of the building were demolished, the link to the Science Block repaired and enhanced with a lift tower, the colonnade was rebuilt in concrete rendered blockwork and the basement areas behind the wall were infilled and subsequently used as car parking.

Notes The Planning consent is subject to Section 106 and cil payments. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries of the relevant service providers regarding the capacity and connection costs for the proposed development.

For more information regarding the site please contact James Clarke Or Matt Minett on or email

 

Local info for PL1

 

Property Value Data/Graphs for PL1

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Flat 68.1% £196,182 1.8 1.3
Terraced house 15.9% £286,121 4.4 2.4
Other 5.2% £232,550 3.3 1.8
End terrace house 3.6% £261,923 5.2 2.5
Maisonette 3% £138,632 2.4 1.1
Semi-detached house 1.1% £213,750 2.5 0.8
Town house 1.1% £373,738 3.5 2.3
Studio 0.5% £92,500 0.5 1
Detached house 0.5% £237,500 1.5 1
Cottage 0.3% £195,000 1 1
Mews house 0.3% £265,000 2 2
Villa 0.3% £795,000 19 20

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£197,999

Sales

2487

Current Average Value

£216,652

Value Change

£18,653 9.4%

 

Current Asking Prices in PL1 Average: £216,652

Property Type 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds 4 Beds 5 Beds
Houses £174,500 (3) £157,059 (17) £242,665 (30) £268,155 (19) £333,235 (17)
Flats £114,684 (83) £214,276 (153) £351,134 (22) - £150,000 (1)
All £116,771 (86) £208,555 (170) £288,556 (52) £268,155 (19) £323,056 (18)

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