St. Edmunds Lane, Dunmow

Offers Over £600,000

Overview

6 Bedroom Detached House for sale in St. Edmunds Lane, Dunmow

Key Features:

  • Approximately 5,000 Sq. Ft Of Accommodation
  • Full Planning Permission Granted (UTT/15/1319/FUL)
  • Six Bedroom Detached Executive Home
  • All Mains Services On Or Adjacent To Site
  • Flexible Modern Layout
  • Triple Garage With Gated Driveway
  • Circa Quarter Of An Acre Plot (STLS)
  • Walking Distance To Town Centre
  • Please Call The Office For Further Information
  • ***BUILDING PLOT***


***BUILDING PLOT*** Planning permission has been granted (REF:- UTT/15/1319/FUL) for a 5,000 Sq. Ft. six bedroom detached executive home set within approximately quarter of an acre in the thriving market town of Great Dunmow. The property has been designed to provide a modern living layout with a contemporary style. The accommodation has been strategically placed to retain an abundance of natural light whilst enhancing the minimalist architectural design. Externally the property provisionally offers a triple garage with gated driveway parking for several vehicles. If you wish to discuss this development opportunity further, please call Daniel in the office on (01371) 856 585.

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