Former Police Station, Cliff Street, Cheddar,
UNDER OFFER, £340,000
The Property comprises a Freehold pair of semi-detached dwellings dating from 1970 most recently used as Cheddar police station but now offered with vacant possession.
Each dwelling is of traditional brick construction beneath a pitched tiled roof, arranged over two storeys with single storey side extensions.
The property includes two garage/ workshop blocks together with some surfaced car parking to the rear of the left hand facing building, whilst the garden to the rear of the right-hand dwelling has been retained as a lawned area.
The property occupies a prominent position on the main road within the popular village of Cheddar. Local amenities and services are all within close proximity including independent retailers, public houses and convenience stores. Bristol City Centre is approximately 20 miles away.
RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - PLANNING GRANTED
Planning has been granted to convert into 1 x 3 bedroom house and 1 x 4 bedroom house.
There may be scope to further increase the density of the site - subject to consents.
Planning Application Number: 17/15/00057
Location: Police Station, Cliff Street, Cheddar, BS27 3PS
Proposal: Change of use from Police Station (Sui-Generis) to residential (Use Class C3) to form two dwellings.
Registered Date: 30/07/2015
Decision: Granted Permission
Decision Date: 14/01/2016