Maes Eithan, Brynteg, Wrexham
A rectangular building plot fronting onto Maes Eithan and conveniently situated within the village enjoying easy access onto the A483 Wrexham Chester bypass. The building plot extends to about 348 sq.m and has a south facing rear garden and planning consent for the erection of a 4 bedroomed detached dwelling.
From Wrexham take the Mold Road turning left at the first roundabout into Berse Road and right at the next roundabout travelling under the by pass. Turn immediately right into Gatewen Road and continue for about 0.75 miles turning left into Rose Hill and the building plot will be seen on the right hand side just after the property known as Roslyn.
A rectangular shaped plot having a 10 metre frontage onto Maes Eithan with an average depth of 33 metres. The plot extends to 349 sq.m. and has planning consent for a four bedroom detached family house.
The boundary between Roslyn and the plot remains under the ownership of Roslyn. The boundary is in line with the rear raised decking fencing i.e. 1/2 a metre from the existing house. This boundary extends for the full length of the plot, to allow rear access for Roslyn onto Maes Eithan.
To comply with the 'Planning Conditions' a small corner section of land to the rear of Roslyn on the junction of Rosehill and Maes Eithan is included in the sale. This is to enable the purchaser to extend the footpath around the corner.
Planning permission was originally granted in June 2012 for the erection of a four bedroom dwelling and alteration to the access. Code number BRO-P/2011/0922. The consent was renewed by Wrexham County Borough Council on the 12th June 2017.
Mains drainage is already connected to the site. Purchasers to make their own enquiries in relation to other services available.
Please contact the Agents, Wrexham Office, Tel: (01978) 364283. Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Detailed plans and drawings are available for viewing at our Wrexham Office.
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