Land  Under-Offer  Princes Avenue  Chatham  Kent  ME5   - £60,000

Under Offer
TENURE: Freehold
Reference: Quote Houseladder - 204


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Potential development land off of Peacock Rise, Walderslade (subject to obtaining planning consent) extending to approximately 250 square meters. The land in question is the section shaded PURPLE in the attached photograph.

Location - The land stands in a pleasant residential location opposite housing on higher and rising ground in Walderslade, with the M2 nearby.

Planning - Any prospective purchasers are to make their own enquiries with the Council with regards to planning applications.

Tenure - The property is to be sold freehold with vacant possession.

Method Of Offering - The vendors will consider an outright sale or an option subject to obtaining planning consent for development.

Fees - The buyer will be responsible for all of the Vendor`s legal fees and Estate Agency fees.

Viewing - The property can be readily seen from Peacock Rise in Walderslade.

Contact - For further information please contact us on 01634 711 852.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.
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