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ONLINE AUCTION from 7th NOVEMBER-9th NOVEMBER
A former public house that has been vacant for a substantial number of years. The building occupies a sizable corner plot measuring approx. 435 sq. metres (4691 sq. ft). The property has also had some demolition works, has been stripped back and has also received a Bat survey and Asbestos survey.
The property has planning approved for 9 flats (2 x 3 bedrooms and 6 x 1 bedrooms).
The town of Tonypandy benefits from an excellent range of shops and amenities, transport links and train station with direct links to Cardiff.
Planning ref: 22/1249/10 (Rhondda Cyon Taff County Council)
Ground Floor: Open plan
To be sold with vacant possession
Advised Freehold - to be verified by solicitor
Auction fees: The sale of each lot is subject to a buyer’s premium of 1.2% of the purchase price (subject to a minimum of £1,200) including VAT unless otherwise stated.
Additional costs: The purchase of the property may be subject to (but are not limited to), VAT (if applicable), reimbursement of the seller’s search fees, reimbursement of seller’s legal and/or sales costs, stamp duty/land transaction tax (LTT). Please check accompanying legal pack for further details.
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