Sycamore Grove, West Auckland, DL14 9JG
Best offers invited
2152 ft² (200 m²) GEA
Monday, 11 January
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This unique development opportunity is a terraced former ground floor community centre and first floor apartment.
The former community centre and apartment provides approximately 2152 ft² (200 m²) of GEA floor space over two floors including main hall/function room and offices in addition to a kitchen and toilets.
The building requires extensive refurbishment or redevelopment and we envisage that the premises will be of interest to occupiers requiring a community facility or developers seeking to convert the existing layout.
Purchaser should seek advice from Durham County Council regarding change of use planning permission.
The property is situated in West Auckland, the area is predominantly residential with access to shops and local amenities and good transport links nearby to Bishop Auckland.
Former Community Centre and apartment. Planning Permission is likely to be required for conversion into residential dwellings. Please contact Durham County Council.
Freehold. A plan is provided to identify the approximate extent of the demise.
The Council Tax is currently Band A.
The Purchaser will bear the Seller’s reasonable legal & surveyors fees in this transaction.
The property can be viewed by appointment only. Please contact our Commercial Property Team by completing the enquiry form below or calling 0300 1311 999.
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All offers are subject to the purchaser obtaining the required planning permission.
The location plan and property information are a general outline for interested purchasers only and all descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions are provided as a guide.
Intending purchasers should not rely on these details and should carry out their own inspections and investigations prior to making an offer.