Land within Green Belt.
1.379 Ha (3.40 Acres) or thereabouts.
Wooded in Parts.
Sloping Down to the River Tame.
No Vehicle Access into Land.
River Frontage to Part.
FOR SALE: Offers invited in the region of £40,000.
The land is accessed from Platt Lane, close to its junction with Lark Hill Road, and lies to the western side of Platt Lane, close to The Old Toll house on the crest of Platt Lane as the road curves. Platt Lane can be accessed via Dobcross Village or from Delph via Gateshead Road.
A parcel of Green Belt land extending to around 1.379 Ha (3.40 acres) or thereabouts, which slopes away from Platt Lane, facing west, and runs down towards the river Tame, with two areas that adjoin the river itself. It is steep in parts, and wooded, and there appears to be several footpaths that cross the site. The land could suit animal husbandry, or be ideal for a family to coppice, and enjoy their own slice of peaceful countryside, surrounded by wildlife. Adjacent land is used for grazing horses. The boundary along Platt Lane is the narrowest part of the land, does not have vehicle access, or a dropped kerb, and lies on the crest of Platt Lane, on a bend. The site is overgrown and we understand that there is little likelihood of obtaining planning consent for development.