LOT 3 - South Street, Hucknall, NottinghamGuide Price £160,000
- LOT 3
- CLEARED SITE
- TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- JOINT AUCTIONEERS LITTLEWOOD & CO.
TO BE SOLD BY ONLINE AUCTION ON THE 11TH OF MARCH 2021
A residential development site with Planning Consent for a three storey block of nine apartments. Guide Price: £160,000.
DESCRIPTION AND SITUATION
An opportunity for the developer to purchase a cleared, level site of approximately 0.055 acres in a highly convenient, town centre location. Planning Permission has been granted for the erection of a three storey block of nine, one bedroom apartments that will have excellent potential for resale or renting. Consequently, this is an opportunity that will be of interest to the speculative developer or those looking for a viable build to rent opportunity.
Hucknall is a busy market town just to the North of the Greater Nottingham Conurbation. It is well served by public transport with local buses, the Robin Hood railway as well as being a terminus for the Nottingham Express Transit System. Hucknall gains fast vehicular access to both Junctions 26 and 27 of the M1 Motorway.
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING
The extant Planning Permission was granted by Ashfield District Council on the 12th of March 2013 under Planning Reference V/2013/0021. Details can be viewed on Ashfield District Councils website.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon 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.
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This is the sellers minimum acceptable price at auction and the figure below which the auctioneer cannot sell. The reserve price is not disclosed and remains confidential between the seller and the auctioneer.