LAND AT PARK LANE
Harefield, Middlesex UB9 6BP
Some very attractive areas of land off Park Lane, in an elevated position and with great views to the south and west, especially overlooking Broadwater Lake and Nature Reserve. Access is very good being on the western edge of Harefield and close to London.
Currently laid to grass, with some woodland and scrubland, and used in the main for equestrian purposes.
Approximately 15.431 hectares (38.13 acres) in total.
Harefield is a pleasant and very popular location in the London Borough of Hillingdon and in an area made up of affluent towns and villages, giving way to pleasant farmland to the west.
Chalfont St Peter – 4.3 miles
Harrow – 8.5 miles
London (Marble Arch) – 18 miles
Method of Sale
The freehold of the property is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in 3 lots. Sealed bids may be used to close the sale.
LOT 1 (red)
An attractive parcel of pastureland with fabulous views to the south and west. In all extending to approximately 5.50 hectares (13.60 acres). Long road frontage to Park Lane. Access will be granted over the private road that runs off Park Lane.
GUIDE PRICE – £255,000
LOT 2 (yellow)
A single enclosure of land with great views to the southwest and extending to circa 4.16 hectares (10.27 acres); including about 2 acres of woodland and part of the access road.
GUIDE PRICE – £195,000
LOT 3 (blue)
A large area of land with great views to the southwest. It extends to 5.77 hectares (14.26 acres) and a significant part is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Nature Conservation Site of Metropolitan or Borough Grade l Importance; which require certain use and management plans (please seek independent advice regarding this). Access would be granted along the private road that runs from Park Lane.
GUIDE PRICE – £175,000
Tenure and possession
The land is available with Vacant Possession.
All the land is classified as Green Belt. As such, there is a general presumption against most forms of development although some agricultural or small-scale equestrian development should be possible (please seek independent advice regarding this).
Water and electricity is available nearby subject to usual utility connection requirements; although Lots 1 & 3 have their own water supply.
A sum of 25% of any increase in value accruing because of planning permission for residential or commercial use will be payable to the Vendor for a period of 25 years.
In accordance with the most recent Anti-Money Laundering legislation the purchaser/s will be required to provide proof of identity and address to the selling agent once an offer has been submitted and accepted (subject to contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.
Easements, Covenants and Rights of Way
The property is sold subject to all existing wayleaves, easements, public or private rights of way, covenants and restrictions, whether stated in these particulars or not. One footpath crosses over Lots 1 & 2 and another runs along the western boundaries of Lots 2 & 3. A gas pipe passes under Lots 1 & 2.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent Weldon Beesly (Ref: Jack Panton or Tom Banks), although viewing is permitted at any time from the footpaths that cross the Lots. It is also possible to view from the access road that runs along the southern and western boundaries.
Health and Safety
Please note that horses graze the land, so extra care should be taken when in close proximity to them. We ask that you be as vigilant as possible when making any inspection , for your own personal safety, that of others and for the horses.
London Borough of Hillingdon.