The property is located with frontage to the A144 being some 2.5 miles due south from the market town of Halesworth and about 10 miles west of Southwold on the Heritage North Sea coast. The village of Bramfield is about 0.7mile to the south with village hall, primary school, garage, butchers shop and general store, Queens Head Public House and the fine St Andrews Church.
Comprising about 0.108ac (0.044ha) industrial land with the balance in agricultural use.
A long established stoned roadway leads from the A144 through to the property over a right of way marked AB on the plan with shared maintenance responsibilities.
On 30th July 1992 the Planning Inspectorate quashed an enforcement notice dated 19th December 1991 and thus permitting the continued use of land and buildings at North Manor Fruit Farm, Halesworth Road, Bramfield as a mixed use for agriculture and use for repairs, servicing, display, display for sale, sale and storage of motor vehicles subject to landscaping requirements. The land edged red on Lot 1 is the balance of the property subject to the appeal. A digital copy of the decision letter is available upon request from the agents Harleston office.
Durrants Commercial, 32-34 Thoroughfare, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 9AU
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