This lot has been withdrawn from the auction.
ONLINE AUCTION from 8th DECEMBER - 10th DECEMBER
A substantial freehold former hospital with planning for conversion to 23 units. This landmark building is conveniently situated for access to Merthyr Tydfil town centre, retail parks and road links. The site measures approximately 23,350 Sq Ft (2169.21 Sq m).
The property occupies a prominent corner position with car park and is situated in a well established residential location.
Planning has been granted for development of 23 dwellings comprising 10 x two storey houses and 13 x flats.
Planning application number P/16/0033
Please refer to legal pack for further planning information and any enquiries should be made via the local planning authority.
To be sold with vacant possession
Advised Freehold - to be verified by solicitor
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