LOT 6 - Balderton Gate, NewarkGuide Price £30,000
- A2 consent
- Close to market place
- Sales shop with partitioned office
- LOT 6
To be sold by On Line Auction (unless sold previously by Private Treaty) on Thursday 20th August 2020.
Lock up sales shop in a prominent position of interest to the trader occupier or investor.
The property is located on the north side of Balderton Gate, a short distance from its junction with Cartergate and Bridge Street and the Market Place.
DESCRIPTION AND SITUATION
An opportunity to purchase a lock up sales shop located on the north side of Balderton Gate, a short distance from London Road car park and the market place.
The premises have the benefit of A2 consent. They are, therefore, suitable for retailing or financial services/estate agents etc.
The accommodation comprises:
SALES SHOP WITH PARTITIONED OFFICE
Having a frontage of approximately 2.99 meters and a floor area of approximately 13.67 sq. meters.
With inset sink unit, cold and hot water heater.
Equipped with low w.c.
Freehold. With vacant possession on completion.
METHOD OF SALE
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.
Viewing is strictly by appointment with the Auctioneers.
SAFE VIEWING OF PROPERTIES CURRENTLY FOR SALE. It is essential that precautions are taken to ensure social distancing guidelines and we ask all parties to exercise care when arranging to view properties currently for sale. Consideration should be given to the most recent Government Guidelines in respect of social distancing. Individual viewings will take place by arrangement. Interested parties are encouraged to consider photos and other information on our website before deciding to arrange an internal viewing. Not more than two people from the same household should attend at one time. Individuals are recommended to take all reasonable precautions including gloves and a face covering. Do not attend if you are unwell. Access will be arranged on an individual basis with a maximum of 15 minutes per visit. Doors will be opened and the attending surveyor will remain at a distance. It is advised to avoid internal surfaces and door handles. Hand sanitiser should be used before and after the viewing.
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