LOT 26

Former Electricity Substation, Acer Walk (off North Parade Avenue), Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX2 6EX

FREEHOLD VACANT FORMER ELECTRICITY SUBSTATION WITH LAPSED PLANNING FOR CONVERSION TO A ONE BED HOUSE

Result: Sold for £295,000 Guide price: £100,000 plus*

Auction Date

Thursday, 20th February 2020 12:00pm

By Order of Southern Electric Power Distribution Plc

A two storey former electricity substation just off North Parade Avenue, within a conservation area west of Banbury Road and forming part of this attractive and affluent area of Oxford. Oxford city centre and mainline station are about a mile away. Oxford is a world famous university town and popular tourist destination some 55 miles from central London.

Accommodation

Ground Floor: 282 sq ft (26.2 sq m)
First Floor: 384 sq ft (35.6 sq m)
Total: 666 sq ft (61.8 sq m)

OFFERED VACANT WITH DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL (SUBJECT TO OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY CONSENTS)

Planning

GRANTED by Oxford City Council on 03.05.2016 (now lapsed), Ref 15/03122/FUL for conversion to 1 x 1 bedroom dwellinghouse (Class C3).

Note

We understand that this lot includes a flying freehold above the left green door which is a passageway to the rear of 73 Banbury Road.

Status

Sold for £295,000

Addendum

VAT is payable.

Joint Auctioneer

Mark Meeson

Bidwells Tel: 01865 592631 Ref: Mark Meeson

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