48 Saxton Avenue, Buttershaw Drive, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD6 3SPvacant freehold detached former Council children's respite centre approximately 176.14 sq m (1,896 sq ft) with planning consent for residential use on a site of approximately 744.64 sq m (890.58 sq yds)
The property fronts Saxton Avenue close to the junction with Buttershaw Drive which in turn is accessed via Beacon Road (B6380) . The property is situated in an established residential area approximately 3 miles south west of Bradford city centre.
Detached property providing accommodation over ground and first floors.
|We detail below the following approximate gross internal floor areas:|
|Ground Floor:||88.07 sq m||(948 sq ft)|
|First Floor:||88.07 sq m||(948 sq ft)|
|Total:||176.14 sq m||(1,896 sq ft)|
|Internally the property is currently utilised as:|
|Ground Floor:||Hallway, Bathroom, Laundry Room, Office, Living Room, Dining Room and Kitchen.|
|First Floor:||Office, Shower Room, Bathroom, Four Bedrooms and WC's.|
Gardens to front and rear of the property.
Approximately 744.64 sq m (890.58 sq yds).
The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of 2.75% plus VAT of the purchase price, subject to a minimum of £3,750 plus VAT, towards the Vendor’s legal costs.
Planning consent has been granted for residential use under Application Number: 14/03427/FUL. Details of the associated planning documentation can be viewed on the Local Authority Planning Portal http://www.planning4bradford.com/online-applications. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Bradford City Metropolitan District Council, Third Floor, Jacobs Well, Bradford BD1 5RW. Tel: 01274 434605.
City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Property Law, 3rd Floor, Jacobs Well, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 5RW.
Tel: 01274 434292. Fax: 01274 390082. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Mr Paul Dwyer.
The purchaser will, on completion, make a contribution of 2.75% plus VAT of the purchase price, subject to a minimum of £3,750 plus VAT, towards the Vendor’s legal costs. The planning consent was granted on 2nd October 2014.
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