Plot for salePaulton
Withdrawn from Market
- High Street position
- Investment opportunity
- Four bedroom house
- Two first floor flats
- Ground floor shop unit
- Double garage
- Adjoining development opportunity also available
We are delighted to be able to offer for sale this complex of properties located on the High Street in Paulton that would suit a wide variety of uses and requirements, subject of course to gaining any of the necessary consents. The properties have been lotted with lot one appealing perhaps to the investment market and lot two to those looking for a development project, which offers the potential for further mixed use or residential units.
Lot One - as coloured red on the sale plan.
Comprising Wallenge View and Meadow View
Guide Price £450,000 to £500,000*
This lot would make an ideal addition to an existing property portfolio and offers the potential to create four separate units.
An end of terrace home with well-proportioned accommodation arranged over two floor and comprising an entrance hall, sitting room, open plan sitting and dining room to the rear, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a spacious landing with doors leading to the four bedrooms, one of which has a large en suite bathroom, and the family bathroom.
Meadow View which has been divided to provide:
A former florist shop with access from the front and rear. There is a good sized main shop area to the front with a large secondary room to the rear together with a kitchen, staff room and WC. Subject to gaining the relevant consents Poppies could provide an additional residential space.
A first floor flat comprising an entrance hall, open plan sitting room with kitchen area, a separate bedroom and bathroom.
Currently in need of finishing but offers an entrance hall, bathroom, lovely sitting room, kitchen and bedroom.
There is vehicular access to the side of Wallenge View which leads to a gravelled parking and turning area with space for several vehicles. There is a large double garage with workshop to the rear and a further workshop in the orchard. From the parking area, steps lead down to the orchard which is an enclosed garden area with mature fruit trees and shrubs.
The outside space could be configured to give both Wallenge View and the properties that comprise Meadow View some outside space and parking.
Lot Two - as coloured blue on the sale plan. Comprising 5, 6 & 7 High Street.
Guide Price £200,000 to £225,000*
A complex of three former shop units that are all in need of repair and renovation and offer a great deal of potential to be developed to suit a wide variety of uses, subject of course to gaining the relevant consents.
5 High Street
Former furniture store and workshop
A single storey unit constructed of corrugated tin with a monopitch roof. Clad internally with wood. Doors open from the pavement and also to the rear. The space is primarily arranged over a single floor with some cellar space, the access to which is via a stone staircase to the rear of the property. Doors link this property to Number 6.
6 High Street
A double fronted shop with the ground floor arranged to provide the retail space to the front with doors leading into the kitchen and then further into a large open room to the rear with cloak room and door to the rear. There is a cellar space, which has not been inspected and the access is from the outside, to the rear.
The first floor would have comprised a series of rooms. However, the internal partitions have partly been removed with the intention of converting the space.
7 High Street
Former bookmakers shop with office over
Another double fronted shop unit with the ground floor space arranged into two areas with a cloakroom. Stairs rise to the first floor which provide three separate rooms and then steps lead to the second floor which has been divided to provide two further rooms
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