Land at Pasturefields Lane, Hixon, Stafford
- Now Sold
- Offers in region of £225,000
0.89 acres (0.36 hectares)
- Long established employment area
- Planning consent for single dwelling
- Previous planning consent for the erection of industrial units
The property is situated on the north side of Pasturefields Lane at its junction with Church Road and on the southern fringe of Hixon, a large village located approximately seven miles north-east from Stafford and Junction 14 of the M6 Motorway.
The A51 trunk road links Hixon with Rugeley six miles to the south-east and with Stone about seven miles to the north-west. Uttoxeter is approximately nine miles distant to the north-east.
Hixon has been extensively developed as a manufacturing and distribution base with companies established in the area including Cox Long, Bibby, Broadcrown Engineering and Classeq Glass and Dishwashing Systems.
The immediate vicinity is dominated by commercial and industrial users with a school nearby but the land is otherwise some distance from any housing development.
The property consists of an area of level irregular-shaped land with some undergrowth and tree cover and containing a currently vacant brick and tile bungalow and a semi-derelict building previously used for low level storage.
The site extends to 0.89 acres (0.36 hectares), has boundaries in hedging and timber panel fencing and a driveway vehicular access from Church Road via a metal swing gate.
Planning consent subsists for the erection of a single dwelling but a previous now-expired outline permission allowed for development of the site for industrial units. A re-application would be necessary in this case.