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Pear Tree Cottage, Candy, Oswestry

  • Availability: Sold
£75,000 OIRO
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Property Features

  • Abandoned derelict cottage
  • Set in 2.298 acres or thereabouts
  • Development opportunity
  • Stunning location
  • Surrounded by countryside
  • 3 miles from Oswestry
  • Requires planning permission to be reinstated for residential use
  • Cash offers

Property Summary

The property consists of an abandoned derelict stone cottage set in 2.298 acres or thereabouts of woodland. Please note the property will require planning permission to be reinstated for residential use and interested parties are advised to take their own advice with regard to this matter. The property is sold as seen and unconditional cash offers are invited in the region of £75,000.

Full Details

ACCOMMODATION COMPRISING: (ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE)

VIEWING The site can be viewed on foot (please ensure you take suitable footwear). The property is situated on narrow country lanes and therefore we would ask viewers to ensure that when parking they do not block the road or any accesses and if parking on private land that permission is gained from the landowner.

AGENTS NOTE Please be advised that the existing dwelling is unsafe and not fit for habitation. Due to health and safety reasons, we cannot provide access to the building itself. The land is subject to sporting rights owned by Yareal Llanforda Ltd.

TENURE We understand that the property is sold freehold with vacant possession on completion (purchaser's solicitor to verify).

SERVICES We are advised that electricity and water is connected but not metered at the property, but all interested parties should satisfy themselves in respect of provision of any services.

WAYLEAVES, RIGHTS OF WAY AND EASEMENTS The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all rights including rights of way whether public or private. Light support drainage water and electricity supplies and other rights and obligations, easements, quasi easements, whether previously referred to or not and to the provisions of any town planning scheme agreement, resolution or notice, development plan or tree preservation order which may or may not come to be enforced and also subject to any statutory provisions or by laws without obligation on the part of the vendor or the selling agents to specify them.

LOCAL AUTHORITY (Shropshire County Council)

DIRECTIONS Directions from Oswestry town centre proceed out along Upper Brook Street past Oswestry School taking the next turning on to Broomhall Lane continue up the lane to the T junction turning left, then right and continue along the lane into the hamlet. Continue over the bridge past the timber stable on the right-hand side, taking the next turning on the right (this looks like a private drive, but it does have a small blue sign stating unsuitable for large vehicles) continue along the lane for approximately half a mile until you come to a stone cottage on the right-hand side with a separate access giving access to garaging. The cottage is situated on the left-hand side opposite the entrance to the garaging of the cottage and is indicated by the For Sale sign.

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