On West Leith, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 6JJ
A desirable opportunity to purchase a self-enclosed parcel of attractive pasture land within the London commuter belt. Totalling just over 7 acres, the land is for sale as a whole or in just 3 lots and is suitable for a variety of amenity, recreational or other uses (STPP).
Each lot has been marked out by a professional surveyor and has been fenced. The site enjoys extensive road frontage and benefits from excellent access via a secure double-gated entrance that is set back from the road.
The land is situated on the southern edge of Tring, just a 15 minute walk from its bustling High Street which offers an extensive mix of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. It is also superbly located for road and rail links into London.
House prices in Tring are 69% above the national average reflecting the desirability of the area as a place to live and own property – including land. Indeed, the local council states that land for "small-scale 'hobby farming' and the demand for horse paddocks and ménages is on the increase, particularly on the urban fringe".
The site enjoys extensive road frontage onto West Leith & the A41 and benefits from excellent access via a secure double-gated entrance that is set back from the road. Full vehicular right of way is provided to all lots via an easement.
The land is situated within the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the Green Belt. The land also lies within part of an Area of Archaeological Interest. Any development would be subject to the appropriate planning permission.
The land is subject to an Overage based on 20% of any uplift in value following the grant of planning permission for development other than that which is for agricultural or private equestrian purposes. The Overage period is 20 years from October 2020.
The land is offered for sale by private treaty as a whole or in lots. The freehold is available with vacant possession upon completion. If you have an alternative budget or size requirement, we may be able help. Please call 01582 788870 for more information.
Land supply remains at a record low, but growing demand sees land values edge higher
The average price of land increased by 3% last year. The amount of land coming onto the market remains at an all-time low. This record low level of supply continues to underpin the growing demand for land, a trend which is expected to continue in 2021.
Lifestyle and amenity land has been particularly sought after as Covid-19 increased the desire for more green space.
Demand from private investors and lifestyle buyers has grown and together they have accounted for 40% of land purchases in the last three years. There has also been an increased number of overseas buyers as the pound remains relatively weak.
With bank interest rates remaining low, land continues to be seen as a safe, long-term investment – particularly during times of economic uncertainty.
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The land is available freehold. If you have an alternative budget or size requirement, we may be able help. Please call 01582 788870 for more information.
On West Leith, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 6JJ
The local council's strategic plan identified six Green Belt sites for housing development and other associated uses. Of particular note is "Local Allocation 5 (LA5)" at Icknield Way, West of Tring – less than half a mile from the land for sale.
CALA Homes has obtained planning consent on this land to the north within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and the Green Belt for 226 high quality homes.
The development will also include attractive public open space providing links with the wider countryside, children’s play areas, as well as pedestrian and cycle routes. The project may also see potential extensions to both the Icknield Way Industrial Estate and the local cemetery.
Dacorum Borough Council
The land is situated within an affluent area where house prices in Tring are 48% above the regional average and 69% above the national average (Zoopla).
These premium house prices reflect the desirability of the area as a place to live and own property – including land.
The land lies in the historic market town of Tring in west Hertfordshire, on the border with Buckinghamshire. Its pretty Victorian High Street offers an extensive mix of independently run shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. With a long history in local speciality foods, you will still find the Charter Market taking place every Friday as well as a fortnightly Saturday Farmers Market.
In 2008 Tring became a ‘Transition Town’ with a vision for a better, more resilient, vibrant and sustainable local economy and environment. The friendly community is extremely supportive of local trade with residents opting to buy from local independent businesses.
Slightly further afield lie historic Berkhamsted and the large county town of Aylesbury, both offering even further retail and leisure facilities.
Tring lies within the London commuter belt and the land is well located for good transport links. The nearby A41 connects you quickly to the M25 and in turn London and the wider motorway network. Tring station provides fast and frequent services into London Euston in just 39 minutes.
* Journey Times: 17 mins to Watford Junction; 21 mins to Milton Keynes Central; 39 mins to London Euston
Tring is a very attractive place to visit. Here you can enjoy outdoor leisure in Tring Park or visit the award-winning Memorial Garden. For sporting enthusiasts, Tring has cricket, tennis, rugby and football clubs, and swimming and sports facilities at Tring Sports Centre.
For culture-filled family days out there is Tring Natural History Museum, built in 1889 to house the incredible private collections of the eccentric local zoologist, Walter Rothschild.
Just a short walk from the Natural History Museum – and less than a mile from the land for sale – is the 264 acre Tring Park. Owned by the Woodland Trust, it forms one of Hertfordshire’s most important wildlife habitats with a diverse range of butterflies, birds and plants.
Tring Park also offers popular walking routes with stunning views and includes a stretch of the 87 mile Ridgeway National Trial. The main path (the King Charles Ride) is also a bridleway.
The beautiful open countryside surrounding Tring also includes highlights such as the Tring Reservoirs, the Grand Union Canal, Dancersend & College Lake Nature Reserves, Wendover Woods and the National Trust’s Ashridge Estate.
The numerous nearby golf courses provide plenty of locations to improve your game, whereas the renowned Pendley Manor and Champneys Health Resort provide a touch of pampering close by.
To arrange a site visit or to buy the land for sale in Tring; please call 01582 788870 or email email@example.com.
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