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ONLINE AUCTION from 13th DECEMBER-15th DECEMBER
Situated in a residential area with new build houses adjacent, this plot of land extends from Union Street to Bryntirion Street. The land had outline planning for a 3 bedroom detached house but this has lapsed. Development is still ongoing in Union Street.
Merthyr Tydfil is the main town in Merthyr Tydfil County Borough, Wales, and is about 23 miles (37 km) north of Cardiff. Road improvements mean the town is increasingly a commuter location and has shown some of the highest house-price growth in the UK.
Regular trains run from Merthyr Tydfil railway station to Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Central.
Please contact Merthyr Tydfil Local Authority for further information.
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/land transaction tax (LTT). Please check accompanying legal pack for further details.
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