Building R/O 30-32 Hope Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 5BS
Freehold building in Stoke on Trent
A Vacant Freehold Building with development potential, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents
Property DescriptionA single storey brick building with a pitched roof, situated at the rear of 30-32 Hope Street.
AccommodationThe premises comprise storage space, however could be converted to a variety of uses, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
TenureFreehold – Vacant possession upon completion.
PlanningThe premises may be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. All interested parties should make their own enquiries with Stoke City Council Planning Department.
Auctioneer's NotePlease note that the completion period for this property is 6 weeks (42 days).
All interested parties must seek their own verification relating to access to the property.
ViewingsExternal viewings only.
Bond Wolfe or their Agents for the seller of these Lots give notification that any particulars contained within the catalogue/website are prepared to the best of their knowledge and all potential buyers should make their own enquiries and investigations to the accuracy of the information contained in these particulars. Any amendments to the particulars that Bond Wolfe are aware of will be published on the addendum, which is available within the lot information.
REMOTE BIDDING AUCTION
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*DEFINITION OF GUIDE & RESERVE PRICE
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COSTS AT AUCTION
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Any additional costs excluding the administration fee will be listed in the Special Conditions within the legal pack and these costs will be payable on completion. The legal pack is available to download free of charge under the ‘lot information’. Any stamp duty and/or government taxes are not included within the Special Conditions within the legal pack and all potential buyers must make their own investigations.