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Mold, Flintshire

£350,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

a valuable parcel of residential development land with outline planning permission for residential development. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY
Description

The sale offers a unique opportunity to acquire an excellent development site in this busy and attractive market town. The site extends to approximately 0.38 acres and has frontage to Glanrafon Road and Chapel Street. The site contains the former Stanley Bakery which is a 2 storey building with a stone front elevation and a further building which contained a former Blacksmiths. The balance of the site is hard surfaced and there are 2 points of access off Glanrafon Road and Chapel Street respectively.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 May 2012

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Fisher German LLP, Chester

4 Vicars Lane, Chester, CH1 1QU

01244 955079 Local call rate

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