IN NEED OF COMPLETE/TOTAL RENOVATION..... DEVELOPMENT/LAND OPPORTUNITY - A Detached house with planning permission for a double storey extension. The property comprises of; hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, family bathroom and a garage. The offer also includes the adjacent building which was a service/garage building which has plenty of scope to develop subject to planning conditions with living accommodation with two bedrooms and a bathroom above. This opportunity is on the outskirts of Coventry and close to local amenities and motorway networks and a extremely large rear garden approx 1 acre. ***************OFFERS OVER £675,000 WILL ONLY BE CONSIDERED, THIS IS AT THE OWNERS REQUEST**********
Two residential detached properties, one with planning permission to extend and the other with potential to change subject to planning permission. Offering great potential for development the site is approximately one acre with field views to the rear and sitting on the edge of this popular village.
Access to both properties
Door and windows leading to;
Stairs to the first floor. Doors leading to;
Bay window to the front elevation.
Window to the side elevation and a window to the rear elevation.
Window to side elevation.
Doors leading to;
Bay window to the front elevatation.
Window to side and rear elevations.
Window to the front elevation.
With up and over door and a door leading to the rear garden.
Detached property No2
A former garage with living accommodation above which has plenty of scope to develop further, subject to the normal planning conditions.
Binley Woods is a village and civil parish in the Rugby borough of Warwickshire, England. The village lies inside the built-up area of Coventry but falls outside the formal city boundaries. In the 2011 census the parish had a population of 2,665. The village is located 5 miles (8 km) to the east of central Coventry, on the A428 road, next to the junction with the A46 road. Binley Woods is a relatively modern village. Settlement began in the 1920s, when some of the estates of Coombe Abbey were sold off and people began to settle in the area. During the 1940s many homeless people from bombed-out Coventry lived in Binley, often living in shacks and caravans. The village adopted its current name in the late 1950s, when the name Binley Woods was chosen to avoid confusion with nearby Binley, a suburb south-east of Coventry. A village church was established in Binley Woods in 1987. As the name suggests, Binley Woods is close to some woods; Brandon Wood, next to the village, was once run by the Forestry Commission but is now owned and managed by a local group, the "Friends of Brandon Wood". The village boasts one public house, The Roseycombe, and it retains its Post Office, a small supermarket can be found on Rugby Road, One of Binley Woods' claims to fame is that it was used as one of the locations for the the 1990s BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances, as home to Hyacinth Bucket.
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