An incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a generous riverside plot with piling and steelwork already on site and planning permission for the erection of a detached two bedroom riverside bungalow. With slipway and mooring dock measuring 35' x 9'3"
- Incredible opportunity to purchase a riverside plot with approved planning permission
- 78ft river frontage with mooring dock and slipway
- Original dwelling already removed
- Sought after location on a peaceful and private section of the River Thurne
- Piling and steelwork already on site
About this Property
An incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a generous riverside plot with planning permission for the erection of a detached two bedroom riverside bungalow.
Occupying a sought after location at the Martham Ferry end of the River Thurne, with undisturbed views front and back, with nothing of the opposing back but acres of marshland.
The plot itself measures 78ft x 44ft and includes a slipway and a mooring dock which measures 35ft x 9’3″.
The original dwelling had reached the end of its life and has already been removed, making the plot ready for immediate development.
Planning approval has been obtained for a detached timber built two bedroom bungalow with an attractive covered verandah along two elevations. Full details can be found on the Broads Authority planning site, ref: BA/2022/0026/FULL.
As with all of the Thurne bungalows, this plot is accessed by river and footpath only. Parking is available by separate arrangement approximately 500 metres away.
Offering a private and peaceful location, 78ft of river frontage, a generous mooring dock with full planning permission for development, this unique plot will not be available for long. Early viewing recommended.
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