ONLINE AUCTION from 19th OCTOBER-21st OCTOBER
A stone and brick built former detached chapel under a pitched tiled roof.
The chapel is situated in the town of Porth and may be best suited to demolition and redevelopment (subject to necessary planning consents). The property requires upgrading but may also be ideal for a number of uses including conversion to residential, unit for trades person, storage or community use (subject to necessary planning consents).
Please Note: Please note that the photos displayed in this listing are from a previous sale.
Ground Floor: Former chapel area
Lower Ground Floor: Rooms with 2 further partitioned rooms
Outside: Garden area to side and rear, yard area
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 £975) 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. Please check accompanying legal pack for further details.
* Generally speaking Guide Prices are provided as an indication of each seller's minimum expectation, i.e. 'The Reserve'. They are not necessarily figures which a property will sell for and may change at any time prior to the auction. Virtually every property will be offered subject to a Reserve (a figure below which the Auctioneer cannot sell the property during the auction) which we expect will be set within the Guide Range or no more than 10% above a single figure Guide.
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