• For Sale
  • Offers in excess of 5,000,000 GBP 
  • Property Type: Vacant Land
Outstanding development opportunity within the centre of Ross-on-Wye –11.81 Acres. Offered on an Unconditional and Subject to Planning basis (Subject to Contract).
The property encompasses a former Georgian house, before it became a hotel in 1927. It has been subject to a number of later additions/extensions and now comprises a significant built footprint with a large car park adjacent. The property ceased trading as a hotel in 2019.The existing building extends to 27,190 sq ft (2,526 sq m). The whole site extends to 11.81 acres (4.78 hectares). The building has conversion potential and the grounds have further potential for new build development, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.Further information including planning information, surveys, title and floor plans is available via a dedicated Data Room site, a link to which can be made available upon request.
The site is the former Chase Hotel, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 5LH and is situated in 11.81 Acres (4.78 Hectares) of grounds and landscaped gardens. The property is located centrally in Ross-on-Wye to the immediate east of the Town Centre and to the south of Gloucester Road (B4260). It is accessed directly off Gloucester Road and is bound by Chase Road to the west, Alton Street and Chaseside to the south, Waterside and Park Walk to the east.Ross-on-Wye is the second largest market town in Herefordshire with a population of approximately 11,500. The Ross-on-Wye Housing Market Area (HMA) forms the county's southern part, bordering Gloucestershire and Worcestershire. With a population of 36,015 in mid-2018, it has the second largest population out of the HMA's.Ross-on-Wye is well connected and located on the A40, which runs through Gloucester to Abergavenny and beyond. The town has good road links to Birmingham and the Midlands via the M50 motorway ('Ross-on-Wye spur' from the M5) and to South Wales via the A40/A449 dual carriageway.The town serves the south of the county, fulfilling a diverse range of roles as a centre for residential, employment, recreational and cultural services. In addition, it acts as a service centre for the surrounding rural area with connections to the motorway network. It is an important gateway into the county and a tourist destination in its own right. Herefordshire Council has recently approved Economic Development and Investment Plans for the market towns across the county, identifying a range of projects to improve Ross-on-Wye. The Investment Plan states the following vision for the town:“Our objective is to make Ross-on-Wye an excellent place to live and work, a great destination for visits, holidays and a place where businesses and social enterprises can start, grow, innovate and thrive.”In addition, Ross-on-Wye is located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is next to the River Wye. It has a variety of heritage and picturesque buildings within its historic core, including the Market House and The Prospect, which are located a short distance from The Chase Hotel. Ross-on-Wye is well placed to realise and benefit from these characteristics, significantly contributing to the future economic success of the county as a whole. It is an attractive, popular market town and strategically well placed on the road network (A40/ M50).
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