Former Kenilworth hotel has been sold - and will be turned into housing

The property sits in an area that has been allocated for housing in the district
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A former hotel in Kenilworth, which used to be a Victorian country house, has been sold to be turned into housing.

The former Woodside Hotel and Conference Centre has been sold to housebuilder Vistry Group.

Land, development and property agency Newton LDP recently completed the sale of the property at Glasshouse Lane on behalf of Archel Homes for an undisclosed sum.

The former Woodside Hotel in Kenilworth. Photo suppliedThe former Woodside Hotel in Kenilworth. Photo supplied
The former Woodside Hotel in Kenilworth. Photo supplied

The freehold property – a former Victorian country house – sits within 5.5 acres of land in an area which has been allocated for housing within the Warwick District Council local plan.

Richard Foxon, managing director of Newton LDP Ltd, which is based at Stockton in Warwickshire, said: “We are delighted to have concluded this sale for our client Archel Homes.

“This potential development site is in a great location on the outskirts of Kenilworth, in between Leamington and Coventry, and has good links to the A46 and motorway network.

“It is particularly pleasing to have concluded another land sale at Kenilworth having sold the adjacent site with planning permission for 620 new homes to Vistry Partnerships and Milverton Homes last year.

“This latest sale further strengthens our impressive track record across Warwickshire where we have a strong pipeline of future development sites with planning permission for more than 5,000 new homes and employment uses.”

Paul Stafford, MD of Vistry West Midlands, said: “We are really pleased to add this site to our portfolio and look forward to progressing our plans for the area.”

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