Fenland Park, which was the home of Wisbech Town Football Club for more than 60 years, up at auction for £2.5million

An aerial shot of Fenland Park.

An aerial shot of Fenland Park. - Credit: Archant

The former home of Wisbech Town Football Club is up at auction next month.

An aerial shot of Fenland Park. Picture: ABOVE ALL IMAGES/ IAN HAY

An aerial shot of Fenland Park. Picture: ABOVE ALL IMAGES/ IAN HAY - Credit: Archant

The four acre Fenland Park site, which was home to the Fenmen from 1947 to 2008, has a guide price of £2.5million.

Planning permission for the site was granted in December 2011 to build 83 houses on the plot and demolish the stands and buildings.

The ground will be up for sale at Savills London and National Auction on December 8.

Paul Mooney, Savills auctioneer, said: “This former football ground offers an exciting residential development opportunity in an attractive market town.


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“With the River Nene running through the centre, a variety of local amenities and a number of good schools, Wisbech is a popular place to live.

“The local council’s 20/20 vision for the area includes reinstating the Wisbech to March train line, improvements to the A47, a new business park, industrial park and up to 500 new homes.

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“Taking this all into consideration, the future of Wisbech looks bright and this opportunity at Fenland Park could be a fantastic part of it.”

For more details contact the Savills Auctions team on 020 7824 9091 or go to http://auctions.savills.co.uk/

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