An attractive residential development opportunity in the heart of the Vale of Pewsey. Total site area 0.894 acres (0.362 hectares).
The development site extends to 0.894 acres (0.362 hectares) and is an appealing development opportunity site with full planning permission for five individual dwellings nestled in the heart of the Pewsey Vale. The site has a wharf which fronts onto the Kennet & Avon Canal and offers excellent potential for narrowboats with Kennet & Avon Canal frontage, nestled in the heart of the Pewsey Vale.
Honeystreet is a small hamlet lying in the core of the Vale of Pewsey beneath the southern escarpment of Pewsey and Marlborough Downs where the ancient Ridgeway track descends from the high chalk down. From the Honeystreet development site, the Alton Barnes White Horse can be seen which dates back from a cutting in 1812 and is the third largest in Wiltshire.
The hamlet lies in the heart of the Kennet & Avon Canal corridor and boasts a popular public house. There is an excellent primary school in Woodborough, about 1 mile away. The vale market town of Pewsey (5 miles) provides a more comprehensive range of amenities and the historic market town of Marlborough (9 miles) provides an extensive range of business, education and retail opportunities.
Honeystreet is within easy access to the A4 and A346 which connect to Junction 15 of the M4. Pewsey provides an excellent mainline rail service to London Paddington (approx. 1 hour).
There is mains water available and mains drainage.
Head out of Marlborough on the A4 Bath Road for approximately three miles before turning left, signposted for Lockeridge. Continue through the village and out over the Pewsey Downs for about 6 miles before heading down into the hamlet of Honeystreet. The site will be found on the right hand side as indicated by the Woolley & Wallis For Sale board.