The Village of Ashdon is right on the borders of Essex and Cambridgeshire. Saffron Walden is 4 miles to the South West. Radwinter Road enters the village from the area called Water End to the South East.
The site is part of a former turkey farming enterprise but has been vacant for some years now. The neighbouring properties on two sides belong to the farm on the opposite side of Radwinter Road to the site and the fourth boundary is with an established residential property. The farmyard opposite has had change of use granted for several of its older buildings giving rise to employment in the open countryside.
Radwinter Road is a much used route for vehicles and cyclists travelling between Ashdon and the B1053 linking Hempstead with Saffron Walden.
Two plots of land for sale, both subject to planning permission. The plots are approx. 1 acre each. They will consist of a large detached residential dwelling on each plot. There is also a proposed rural commercial business, which is the third building as shown on the drawing. Priced at £350,000 per plot.
Ashdon Parish is nestled amongst the farmlands of Northern Essex and is home to a thriving village and farming community. There are around 850 inhabitants from all walks of life, some born in the area while others have moved in from elsewhere. The tradesmen, craftsmen, scientists, businessmen and retired folk living here make up a rich pattern of life.
The village has a pub, primary school, pre-school and museum with tea shop. There are many small businesses and dozens of clubs and societies with community events being held throughout the year. From cricket, drama and gardening groups through to walking, WI, young farmers and many more activities, there is always something to be taking part in.
The Village of Ashdon is right on the borders of Essex and Cambridgeshire. Saffron Walden is 4 miles to the South West. Radwinter Road enters the village from the area called Water end to the South East.
The River Bourn flows through the village and surrounding fields. There a many lovely sign-posted walks in the area on public footpaths and bridleways which will take you near the village church, past lovely thatched cottages and the glorious mill. Giving plenty of chances to enjoy the environment including birdlife, plantlife, fields and hills.