A two-acre plot of land next to the village hall in Stoke Lacy with planning permission for 10 homes, is coming up for sale with a guide price of around £375,000.
Colin Totney, land and development surveyor at Bond Wolfe, said: “This is a prime opportunity for developers and investors alike, set in a historic village nestled among the hop fields and orchards of the Herefordshire countryside.
“We are predicting highly competitive bidding for this extremely desirable development site when it goes under the hammer at our livestreamed auction on Thursday 8 February.
“We believe the land was formerly used as a commercial orchard, but was cleared some time ago and it is now just rough grassland.
“Interested parties must also make their own enquiries of the Local Planning Authority in respect of planning and independently satisfy them suitability of the site for any use or development they may propose.”
The sale of the land is being jointly handled by Bonde Wolfe and agents Knight Frank.