Detached house for saleQueen Street, Lostwithiel
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A former bank premises comprising banking hall with planning consent for three one bedroom flats together with a three bedroom flat (currently let).
17 Queen Street is a substantial property situated in the heart of the town of Lostwithiel. The property is built of stone construction under a pitched Delabole slate roof with a more modern blockwork extension to the rear. The premises were formerly used by Barclays Bank and are now vacant. This now offers a fantastic re-development opportunity to convert the former Banking Hall into three one bedroom residential apartments. We feel there will be a strong demand for flats in this location as all amenities will be within a short level walk.
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