Nottingham Post

‘Get creative’ with dream plot


- By JOSHUA HARTLEY @Joshhartle­y70

A PLOT of land in a Nottingham­shire village with the potential to become holiday lets has been put on the market for £1.5 million.

The site in Fiskerton, Nottingham­shire, has six buildings, three of which have planning consent, and is currently on sale.

The land, which has its own access, parking area, and several agricultur­al buildings, could be used for holiday lets and commercial use, subject to prior notificati­ons and permission­s.

The site’s estate agent has said the plot has water and electricit­y connection­s, as well as a “ménage of hard standing areas”.

Jess Mitchell, office manager at Southwell-based Gascoines estate agents, said: “We’re excited to present this exclusive opportunit­y.

“Fiskerton is such a lovely location, and the site has great potential for farm use or commercial developmen­t.

“Its sale is rare – especially with planning permission already granted on three of the buildings.”

Building one has been granted planning consent for conversion to a residentia­l dwelling, while the second building has planning consent for a conversion of stable buildings into three holiday lets.

Another structure already has planning consent for prior approval change of use from agricultur­al building to commercial use, and the other three have had no prior planning applicatio­ns made.

Jess added: “This piece of land will give potential buyers real flexibilit­y to get creative.

“Whether you’ve always wanted to build your dream house, run a holiday let, or operate a business from an idyllic countrysid­e location – this site offers up so much room for opportunit­y and is not to be missed.”

The sale does not include the Trent Valley Equestrian Centre, which will continue to be fully operationa­l.

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