- Attractive Residential Development Opportunity
- Extending to Approximately 3.41 Acres (1.37 Hectares)
- Outline Planning Permission Granted for 25 Dwellings
- Far Reaching Views Over The Surrounding Countryside
- Conveniently Located On The Fringe Of Middletown Village On The Shropshire And Wales Border With Local Amenities Nearby
The site occupies a convenient location on the fringe of Middletown Village on the Shropshire and Wales border situated between the attractive Market Towns of Welshpool and Shrewsbury.
The county town of Shrewsbury lies approximately 13 miles to the east via the A458 trunk road and provides a wide range of amenities including a number of highly regarded schools, mainline Railway Station, independent and national retailers, restaurants and leisure facilities.
Welshpool is approximately 7 miles to the south west via the A458 and provides a host of local amenities including educational services and a mainline Railway Station.
Welshpool is an important Market Town and commercial centre within the Mid Wales Economy and has a current population of circa 6,000. The Town is situated approx. 20 miles to the West of Shrewsbury, via the A458, and lies approx. 14 miles to the North East of Newtown. Oswestry and Wrexham are approx. 16 and 30 miles respectively via the A458 and A5 trunk roads.
This elevated and fairly regular shaped site extends in total to approximately 3.41 acres (1.37 hectares) or thereabouts and boasts far reaching views over the surrounding countryside with local amenities nearby.
Outline planning permission has been granted by Powys County Council (April 2018) for the residential development of 25 dwellings including 5 affordable, construction of vehicular access and provision of a attenuation pond. Subject to reserved matters. Application No. P/2017/0010. Further information can be obtained from the Selling Agents upon request.