- Formerly used as a vineyard
- On the outskirts of Little Baddow
- Land has two road frontages
- Freehold offers invited
Formerly used as a vineyard with the vines and framework still partially in place.
The site is on the outskirts of the beautiful Essex village of Little Baddow at the junction of Holybread Lane and Colam Lane within 6 miles of both Chelmsford and Maldon town centres.
Essex due to it’s temperate climate has established itself as one of the prime viticultural locations within the UK providing opportunities for those enterprising individuals looking for a fresh and healthy challenge.
The land is strategically with two adopted road frontages and located within 1 mile of the centre of Little Baddow.
The site is overgrown with various containers in situ.
Stie: 3.63 acres (1.47 hectares)
Measured from Ordnance Survey so potential purchasers are advised to undertake their own measured survey.
We are not aware of main services being connected but a report we have had sight of dating back to 2014 suggests mains water is connected.
We understand planning was granted under application no 12/01334/FUL for the erection of an agricultural barn and green house. We are not aware if this was developed out. Parties should make their own enquiry of Chelmsford City Council.