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Mill Lane, Bishop Auckland

Offers in Region of £75,000

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ONE PLOT REMAINING !!Trading Places have the pleasure of offering to the market two generous sized plots enjoying a prominent position overlooking St Andrews Church, South Church, County Durham. The plots are priced to sell at £75,000 per plot, and each having planning permission for an impressive stone built 3 reception room, 7 bedroom house (awaiting copies of consent from Vendor).
This is ideal for a self build or small builder project. Please contact Trading Places for further details on 01912511189.

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22 October 2015

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