Well-located and substantial end-of-terrace Victorian property for renovation or re-development
An interesting and attractive end-of-terrace Victorian property, located in a popular and convenient location just 0.1 miles from the London Road with its excellent amenities and approximately a half mile walk from the open spaces of the Southborough Common.
This substantial property is now offered as a wonderful project for those with vision to undertake a complete refurbishment, or to re-develop the accommodation which is currently arranged as a two-story four bedroom house, together with a large detached garage, a wide forecourt parking area and a two storey outbuilding to the rear.
Historically, the outbuilding was used as an upholstery workshop and the garage includes a mechanic's pit suggesting a variety of possible uses, subject to any necessary planning permissions.
The property has an interesting plaque on the front entrance dated 1897 and commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
Several planning applications have been approved in the past, but are now lapsed, including the following:
Ref: 17/02870/FULL: Re-submission of 14/501464/FULL for demolition of existing workshop and construction of 3-bedroom house, dated 26 October, 2017.
Ref: 17/02869/FULL: Conversion of single residential unit into two residential units. (Resubmission of 14/501466/FULL) 17, dated October, 2017.
Buyers would need to make their own enquires as to the current situation with regard to any further permissions.
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A fantastic opportunity to refurbish and improve this charming Victorian property with the added benefit of off-street parking and is offered with no onward chain.Mike ChurchillProperty agent