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For Sale By Auction | 11:00, 21 October 2020 | Lot 7

Former Barclays Bank, 13 Bridge Street, Downham Market, Norfolk, PE38 9DW

Sold £330,000

  • Residential Development
  • Tenure: Freehold

Call the team on 01733 889833 for more information

Auction Date

Wed 21/10/2020

Auction Time

11:00

Auction Venue

Livestream Auction

An extensive freehold premises and former Barclays bank ideal to convert into offices/residential accommodation with the necessary planning permission

This former bank offers various re-development possibilities and would be ideal for an investor/developer. The current owners have been in conversation with the local planning authority and have received pre application advice of a mixture of residential and commercial use. Further details can be found within the legal pack. The accommodation includes the former banking hall, three offices, staff room, store areas and the former safe, with a car park for 7-8 cars. The overall floor space is 244 square metres (2,626 square feet).

Tenure

Freehold

Accommodation

Banking hall, open plan office, three further offices, storage rooms, cloakroom/w.c., staff room

Outside

Car park with space for 7-8 cars.

Rates

According to the Valuation Office website the rateable value from 1 April 2017 is £19,750. Current rates payable: £9,697.25.

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Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)

Current Rating D

Services

Interested parties are requested to make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities as to the availability of services.

Local Authority

Kings Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council

Solicitors

Cleggs Solicitors, Apex Court, Ruddington Lane, Wilford, Nottingham, NG11 7DD, Ref: Alison Belfield, Tel: 0115 9775877

Additional Fees

Buyer's Premium - £600 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.

Administration Charge - 0.3% inc VAT of the purchase price, subject to a minimum of £954 inc VAT, payable on exchange of contracts.

Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.