Flat 2, 16, Longton Grove Road, Weston-Super-Mare, BS23 1LT
Sold @ Auction £130,000
LOT 10




GUIDE £110,000
SOLD @ £130,000

Wednesday 19th July 2017
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Legal packs will be available for inspection from 18:00.
The sale will begin promptly at 19:00



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Please note there are no viewings on Bank Holidays or on the day of the auction.


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Occupying the first floor of this converted period property is a larger than average three bedroom apartment ( 958 Sq Ft ) with two bathrooms, off street parking (space number 2), storage area, double glazing and gas central heating.
Long leasehold and Management Fees £40 pcm


Longton Grove Road is located within the heart of central Weston Super Mare. Local amenities and services are all within walking distance including the famous Grand Pier which offers a range of local cafes and restaurants.
Bristol - 24 Miles
Taunton - 29 Miles
Clevedon - 12 Miles


The property is offered vacant and in good condition for investment or owner occupation.
We understand the property would rent for circa £975 pcm / £11,700 pa
Reduced price for sale by auction.


Living Room 18'3" x 14'7" (5.56m x 4.45m). Double aspect double glazed uPVC bay windows facing the front and side. Radiator and electric heater, carpeted flooring, spotlights.

Kitchen Diner 11'3" x 10'9" (3.43m x 3.28m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the side. Radiator, vinyl flooring. Roll edge work surface, wall and base units, stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, integrated electric oven, integrated gas hob, stainless steel extractor, space for dishwasher, space for washing machine, fridge/freezer.

Master Bedroom 15'5" x 11'5" (4.7m x 3.48m). Double aspect double glazed uPVC windows facing the side. Radiator, carpeted flooring, spotlights.

Bedroom 1 12'5" x 8'6" (3.78m x 2.6m). Double glazed uPVC window facing the rear. Radiator, carpeted flooring.

Bedroom 2 12'4" x 7'8" (3.76m x 2.34m). Double bedroom; double glazed uPVC window facing the front. Radiator, carpeted flooring.

Bathroom 8'7" x 5'5" (2.62m x 1.65m). Radiator, carpeted flooring, part tiled walls. Low level WC, panelled bath, shower over bath, pedestal sink.

Shower Room 6'3" x 4'6" (1.9m x 1.37m). Double glazed uPVC window with frosted glass. Radiator. Low level WC, single enclosure shower, pedestal sink.

Parking x . One allocated parking space.


Regeneration in the South West – Is now the time to invest?

A West of England region-wide plan is being developed to address housing and transport needs up until 2036. An additional 29,000 houses will be needed across North Somerset, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and Bristol in the next 20 years, on top of those already planned for by local councils.
Regeneration in Weston-Super-Mare’s town centre has taken a major leap forward with significant progress being made on several big projects.
In November, developers McLaren Life announced building contractors would soon begin moving into Dolphin Square to start construction on the £18mil third phase of the site and is scheduled to be ready for a summer 2017 opening.

Big names have already signed up for the development which include; Nandos, Prezzo, Pizza Express, Mimosa Buffet, Preto and Costa Coffee. The complex will also include a 1,600 seater, eight screen Cineworld, as well as a indoor climbing and soft play company Rock Up and a health and fitness operator.

Regeneration manager Rachel Lewis, from North Somerset Council said: “Development of this site right in the centre of town is fantastic news. It’s great to see the big names that have signed up, showing real confidence in the town’s future and prosperity. As well as attracting new interest in the town and making it an even better place to live, Dolphin Square will be a catalyst for further investment. This marks a major step forward in our wider plans to improve Weston town centre.”

Another site allocated for development is the police station, former magistrates’ court and adjacent sites known as Walliscote Place, where modern urban apartments are due to be built to create a more welcoming space for the town centre while showcasing some of Weston’s heritage. It is hoped that by taking the lead on a high quality residential development, the council will set a new standard in the town centre housing and attract young professionals to live there.

Attracting more people to live in the town centre is vital to its future prosperity and Weston is one of just 20 areas outside London to be designated as a Housing Zone.

At the same time, Weston College’s flagship project to create a new Law and Professional Services Academy at the Winter Gardens is poised to get started soon. Redevelopment and modernisation of this landmark building will attract new students to live and study in Weston, as well as addressing local skill gaps and creating new jobs.


For full details of the EPC please refer to the online legal pack.


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Please be aware all purchasers are subject to a £750 + VAT (£900 inc VAT) buyer's premium which is ALWAYS payable upon exchange of contracts whether the sale is concluded before, during or after the auction date.


If you would like to arrange a survey or mortgage valuation of this Lot BEFORE the auction please instruct your appointed surveyor to contact Hollis Morgan and we will arrange access for them to inspect the property. Please note that buyers CANNOT attend the surveys and the surveyors are responsible for collecting and returning keys to the Hollis Morgan offices in Clifton.


Some properties may be available to buy prior to the auction. Pre auction offers can be only submitted by completing the OFFER FORM which can be downloaded with the online legal pack - please email the COMPLETED form to – Please note offers will not be considered until you have VIEWED the property and the COMPLETE LEGAL PACK has been released. In the event of an offer being accepted the property will only be removed from the auction and viewings stopped once contracts have successfully EXCHANGED subject to the standard auction terms and payment of the buyer’s premium ( £900 ) to Hollis Morgan. Contracts can be signed either via the solicitors or at the Hollis Morgan offices subject to appointment.


This property is for sale by public auction and if you intend to bid please bring the following: Proof of identity (valid passport or photo driving licence). Proof of address (bank statement, recent utility bill, council tax bill or tenancy agreement). 10% deposit payment. Buyers premium payment. Details of your solicitor.


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If you cannot attend the auction (although we strongly advise you do) you can make a TELEPHONE or PROXY BID. This authorises the auctioneer to bid on your behalf up to a pre-set limit. Forms and relevant conditions are available to download with the online legal pack. A completed form, ID and two cheques (one for the 10% deposit and one for the Buyer's Administration Fee of £900) are required by the Auction Department at least two full working days before the auction.


We are very proud of what our past clients have say about us - please visit the Hollis Morgan website to read their testimonials.


Hollis Morgan are supporting Bristol based “ Life for a Cure” as our 2017 Charity of the year which aims ‘a LIFE for a CURE’, to raise funds in support of finding the ‘Ultimate Vaccine’ for Meningitis B. We are delighted to announce that 5 % of every buyer’s premium will be donated to ‘a Life for a Cure’ which was founded as both a legacy to Ryan and to help raise awareness and valuable funds in search of the ultimate vaccine. This Bristol charity run purely on a voluntary basis is simply about working together to stop other amazing young lives being lost to meningitis. - to learn more about Ryans Story and this fantastic cause please visit there website. In 2016 we raised £4,000 for Bristol based housing charity “Home Start” to learn more visit the charity section of our website -

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