TO BE SOLD BY ONLINE AUCTION (UNLESS SOLD PREVIOUSLY BY PRIVATE TREATY) THURSDAY 25TH AUGUST 2022.
A plot of Land approximately 0.4 acres in a prime, residential location. Development potential, subject to all necessary Planning consents etc. etc.
An extremely rare opportunity to purchase a parcel of land extending to approximately 0.4 acres as shown edged in red on the attached plan.
The land was formally known as 8 The Croft and it is understood that there was, originally, a dwelling on the site. Latterly, the owner lived on the site in a caravan.
The site slopes upwards from the road and is generally overgrown. Back Lane is a leafy lane, generally characterised by attractive, Stone Cottages plus good quality Bungalows.
Glapwell is a relatively small village lying between the townships of Mansfield and Bolsover. The village gains excellent access to Junction 29 of the M1 Motorway.
The land represents a very rare potential development opportunity subject to obtaining all necessary planning consents. There will be no overage clause applicable. Consequently, the sale represents an outstanding opportunity for the speculative developer.
Interested parties may view the site at their convenience but do so entirely at their own risk without liability to either the Vendor or the Auctioneers.
Vacant possession on completion.
It is understood that mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are available for connection on Back Lane, interested parties should make their own enquiries of the relevant statutory undertaker to confirm the suitability of the same.
The property will be sold by Online Auction (unless sold previously by Private Treaty). Full information regarding the Online Auction process is available on our website www.wabarnes.co.uk. In order to bid on this Lot interested parties must follow the registration procedures.
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