Wallace Jones are delighted to offer a freehold plot of land to the rear of 166A Derby Road Stapleford Nottingham NG9 7AY, with access directly off Wellington Street Stapleford. The land has planning permission for a single dwelling via consent granted by Broxtowe Borough Council on 17th March 2016, reference no 15/00659/FUL. The site comprises a broadly level and rectangular plot of approximately 240m² and is situated close to local shops and amenities.
The competitive guide price and reserve should appeal to both the experienced developer, builder investor, and do it yourself enthusiast wishing to build their dream home.
Accommodation details with approximate room sizes comprising: -
METHOD OF SALE: The property is to be offered for sale by public auction to be held at the Holiday Inn on Bostocks Lane Sandiacre Nottingham NG10 5NJ on Wednesday 18th January 2017 at 6.30pm prompt. We have received instructions that no offers are to be considered prior to the auction.
VENDORS SOLICITORS: Ellis-Fermor & Negus
2 Devonshire Avenue
FAO: Simon Hale
Tel: 0115 922 1591
TENURE: The property is to be sold on a freehold basis.
VIEWING DETAILS: By appointment, in block viewings to be arranged in conjunction with the selling agents.
CONTRACTS & CONDITIONS OF SALE: Contracts and conditions of sale will be available for inspection by all interested parties 7 days prior to the auction date. Prospective purchasers are deemed to buy with full knowledge of the contracts and conditions of sale whether the same have been inspected or not.
BUYERS PREMIUM: The successful purchaser is also to pay the auctioneers administration/document charge of £ 500 plus VAT on the evening of the sale.
AGENTS NOTE: Please note that the sale details, including prices are subject to change, up to and including the date of the auction. Please check our website www.wallacejones.co.uk for any additional information, or possible alterations.
GUIDE PRICE: This is an indication of the seller’s price or range of prices, which are acceptable to them. Please note, like the reserve price, these figures may change up to the date of the auction.
RESERVE PRICE: Is the minimum acceptable price for the seller at auction and usually remains confidential between seller and auctioneer. Although bidding may start below the reserve figure, if this reserve price is not exceeded then the auctioneer is obliged to withdraw the lot. Like the guide prices, the reserve may change up to the date of the auction. Reserves are usually set within 10% of a single price guide or within 10% of the higher guide price figure, if a range of prices have been given.