FOR SALE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION On Behalf of Simpson and Weekley AVAILABLE ON A BUY IT NOW for £140,000
FOR SALE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION
On Behalf of Simpson and Weekley
AVAILABLE ON A BUY IT NOW for £140,000
Two Bedroom Cottage
A rare opportunity to purchase a piece of Rushden history! Believed to be one of the oldest properties in Rushden, this detached, stone built, extended premises is set within a prominent town centre location and has a long history of being used as a shop, most recently as a reputable Tailors. Although an ideal commercial opportunity as it stands, this property has been granted planning permission to convert into a two bedroom residential home. The property is not listed and with a relatively simple change in layout we believe that the property could become a unique, character filled home with a side and rear garden. For more information please call now to arrange an internal inspection of the building and the chance to view many photos and original documents relating to it's past. Commercial EPC Rating E/106
Entered via single glazed door to front, steps down to further shop floor with single glazed window to front and side, door to rear garden, wall mounted gas heater. Hallway with clothes rails, stairs to first floor. Fitting Room/Cloakroom with seated area currently hiding the low level wc and boxing hiding a wash hand basin.
Landing with single glazed window to front, kitchen area with roll top work surfaces, cupboard under and inset sink and drainer, opening to: Workshop/Office with wall mounted gas heater, double glazed and single glazed window to rear, double glazed window to side, single glazed and double glazed window to front, loft access.
Garden to the rear, wrapping around to the side with boundary stone wall and fencing.
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The sale of this lot is subject to a reservation fee of 4.8% including VAT or 4.2% including VAT in London, subject to a minimum of £6,000 including VAT. This does not contribute towards the purchase price and is payable on the fall of the hammer.
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