**Unsold, but is available at £1,050,000**
REFURBISHMENT/DEVELOPMENT: A FOUR BEDROOM PERIOD HOUSE IN NEED OF REFURBISHMENT WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A TWO STOREY EXTENSION.
A Four bedroom bay fronted Victorian House located in a conservation area in Hackney. The property requires modernisation and full planning permission was granted on 15/10/2018 for the erection or a rear extension providing additional living, larger bedrooms and additional bathrooms.
Unsold, but is available at £1,050,000
We are informed that he currently has interest from prospective buyers for the finished project at a value of 1.55m
Lower Ground Floor-,WCUtility roomOpen plan kitchen/DinerLiving room with roof light and 2 sets of glazed doors to courtyardGround FloorTwo Double BedroomsBathroomFirst FloorMaster Bedroom with En-Suite Shower roomDouble BedroomShower Room
The seller has received a quote of £80,500 plus VAT from a construction firm to complete the project. For further details please contact the auctioneer or refer to the legal pack.
For further details relating to the planning permission granted please visit Hackney council planning portal using reference 2018/2994 or refer to the legal pack.
By appointment with the auctioneers
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