Lower Ground Floor, 136 Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath

Surrey, CR7 7JB

£110,000 Guide Price
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Leasehold Development Opportunity with Planning Permission to Create Two Flats


Leasehold
Long leasehold with vacant possession.

Location
This property is situated on the north side of Brigstock Road between its junction with Brood Road and Quadrant Road. An extensive range of shopping amenities can be found locally within Thornton Heath with a wider range of amenities being found at Centrale Shopping Centre in Croydon. Recreational pursuits include Compton Heath recreational ground to the north, with Mitcham Common to the west.
Public transport are provided by a network of local bus services, as well as Thornton Heath Railway Station. Road links include the A23 that provides access into central London to the north and to the M25 orbital motorway to the south.

Description
The property comprises of a long leasehold basement area within a detached building. Planning Permission has been granted by Croydon Borough Council (application number 10/04045), for the excavation of the lower ground floor to create two dwellings comprising of a one bed flat and a studio apartment.

Accommodation
Planning Permission has been granted for the excavation of the lower ground floor and the creation of two dwellings comprising of a one bed flat with a reception, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom/WC, and a studio flat.

Viewings
Refer to Auctioneer.
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