A freehold parcel of sloping land situated on Catteshall Lane, which runs off the A3100 to the east of the town centre and Godalming station. The land lies between the junctions with South Hill and Scizdons Climb, to the west of a current residential development site on Catteshall Lane.
The land may have partial development potential, subject to all the necessary consents, and interested parties are advised to make further enquiries in this regard.
Local Authority – Waverley Borough Council
NB. The plan shown is for reference purposes only and is not drawn to scale. Reproduction from the Ordnance Survey Mapping with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty’s Office © Crown Copyright ES - 100048422.
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