Parcel of land measuring approximately 6.5 acres (2.63 hectares), subject to measured survey. The land is gently undulating and uncultivated at present but laid mainly to grass and has a timber field shelter tucked away in one corner.
Agent's Note: The parcel of land is subject to a restrictive covenant/overage. Further details will be found within the legal pack but briefly it is 50% of the uplift in value for a period of 25 years from 2003.
Solicitor: Hayes & Storr (Attn Susan Hipperson) 1, Beacon House, Turbine Way, Swaffham PE37 7XJ
The land is situated in a pleasant and attractive rural setting. It is close to the well-served and popular market town of Aylsham.
Head away from Norwich on the A140 Cromer Road and proceed up to the Aylsham bypass roundabout. Turn right onto the bypass and continue up to the mini-roundabout, turning right onto Burgh Road. Proceed for approximately a third of a mile and an opening to the land will be found on the right hand side. The left hand boundary is clearly defined and the right hand boundary is immediately before the bank of trees.
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