On the market for the first time, this original workers cottage sits on a glorious 1012m2 block. With a 20 metre frontage & 50 metre depth, there is a strong possibility to remove the existing dwelling subdivide (subject to local authority approval) into 2 x 506m2 blocks, each with a 10 metre frontage.
Properties of this kind are hard to find and strong interest is anticipated, so don't hesitate to contact the agent, Craig Loudon, if you would like any further information.
Features include: Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport
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