Land to Rear, 28 - 30, Eldon Terrace, Windmill Hill, BS3 4NZ
Sold Prior £335,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
*** SOLD PRIOR TO AUCTION ***
LOT NUMBER 19
Wednesday 20th July 2016
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
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199 Gloucester Road, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8BG
0117 916 6600
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A parcel of land comprising three rear gardens fronting onto Cotswold Road North and adjacent to a small park with views over the City.
The Land lies within the popular residential suburb of Windmill Hill. Local amenities including independent retailers, pubs, bars, restaurants are all within close proximity as well as the ever popular North Street which is approximately one mile away. Parson Street train station is also within walking distance.
An excellent development opportunity - planning has been granted to erect a terrace of 3 x 3 bedroom family homes with parking and integral garages.
We would suggest the houses are worth £400,000 when complete and the site has a GDV of £1.2m.
Please refer to online legal pack for full planning information.
The local lettings experts say:
The Bristol Residential Letting Co. are confident these properties would make a good rental investment. Don McKeever of The Bristol Residential Letting Co suggests a rental range of £1500-£1700pcm. If you would like to discuss more detail on the potential for rental, you can call Don (0117 370 8818) for a no obligation discussion. He will be very happy to advise on maximising the return on this property.
Decision : GRANTED subject to condition(s)
Application no: 15/01736/F
Type of application: Full Planning
Site address: 28-30 Eldon Terrace, Bristol, BS3 4NZ.
Description of development: Construction of 3 x 3 bed town houses on land to the rear of 28-30 Eldon Terrace with primary access off Cotswold Road North.
Applicant: Scadding Developments
Agent: Dexter Building Design Ltd
Committee/delegation date: 02.09.15
Date of Notice: 08.09.15
SITE READY TO BUILD
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