Godnow Road / Windsor Road, DN17 4EA

Godnow Road / Windsor Road

Crowle, DN17 4EA


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Godnow Road / Windsor Road

Crowle

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  • Description

    The site is prominently situated on the corner of Windsor Road and Godnow Road in a popular residential area towards the south west of Crowle town centre and is well suited for residential development. Surrounding residences vary in their design, comprising a mixture of detached, semi-detached or terraced bungalows and houses providing any developer with the flexibility to construct a house type as required.

  • Overview

    On the instructions of North Lincolnshire Council

    RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE

    Plot extending to 0.12 acres (0.05 Ha)

    Prominent corner position situated within a well-established and popular residential estate

    OFFERS INVITED

  • Location

     

    The market town of Crowle is situated on the Isle of Axholme in the unitary area of North Lincolnshire with a resident population of approximately 4,000 (Source: 2011 Census). The town is located approximately 10 miles to the west of Scunthorpe, 15 miles to the north east of Doncaster and 9 miles to the south of Goole, in close proximity to the M180 via the A161. Transport links are good, with Crowle train station providing direct links to Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Doncaster and Lincoln.

    The town additionally benefits from two primary schools and a secondary school, both of which received ‘Good’ Ofsted reports in 2016. The surrounding population is additionally serviced by a variety of local retailers, public houses and restauranteurs, in addition to a Tesco Express and Co-Op Food store.

     

  • Accommodation

    The site extends to approximately 0.12 acres (0.05 Ha).

  • Disposal Terms

    Offers are invited for the freehold interest. It is acknowledged that offers are likely to be conditional upon the grant of planning permission.

  • Planning

    The site would be best suited for a residential development comprising a single house, in keeping with those of the surrounding
    area.

    Any interested parties should make their own enquiries with North Lincolnshire Council Planning Department (telephone: 01724 296296) with regard to the suitability of any intended scheme.

  • Other Info

    ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING: N/A

Overview
Description
Accommodation
Terms
Planning
Other Info

On the instructions of North Lincolnshire Council

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE

Plot extending to 0.12 acres (0.05 Ha)

Prominent corner position situated within a well-established and popular residential estate

OFFERS INVITED

The site is prominently situated on the corner of Windsor Road and Godnow Road in a popular residential area towards the south west of Crowle town centre and is well suited for residential development. Surrounding residences vary in their design, comprising a mixture of detached, semi-detached or terraced bungalows and houses providing any developer with the flexibility to construct a house type as required.

The site extends to approximately 0.12 acres (0.05 Ha).

Offers are invited for the freehold interest. It is acknowledged that offers are likely to be conditional upon the grant of planning permission.

The site would be best suited for a residential development comprising a single house, in keeping with those of the surrounding
area.

Any interested parties should make their own enquiries with North Lincolnshire Council Planning Department (telephone: 01724 296296) with regard to the suitability of any intended scheme.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATING: N/A

Godnow Road / Windsor Road

Crowle , DN17 4EA


 

The market town of Crowle is situated on the Isle of Axholme in the unitary area of North Lincolnshire with a resident population of approximately 4,000 (Source: 2011 Census). The town is located approximately 10 miles to the west of Scunthorpe, 15 miles to the north east of Doncaster and 9 miles to the south of Goole, in close proximity to the M180 via the A161. Transport links are good, with Crowle train station providing direct links to Scunthorpe, Sheffield, Doncaster and Lincoln.

The town additionally benefits from two primary schools and a secondary school, both of which received ‘Good’ Ofsted reports in 2016. The surrounding population is additionally serviced by a variety of local retailers, public houses and restauranteurs, in addition to a Tesco Express and Co-Op Food store.

 

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