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Residential properties for auction in Teffont, Wiltshire

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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £470,000 **

A prominent Grade II listed building with planning for conversion and development to form two shop units, three flats and seven town houses, well located in Warminster Conservation Area. Vacant.


Warminster is a historic town located in western Wiltshire
Situated within the Warminster Conservation Area next to the historic St Lawrence Chapel and close to the junction with North Row
A variety of shops and amenities can be found locally along High Street
Warminster Park and Lakeside Pleasure Grounds are conveniently close by

A prominent Grade II listed building
Originally constructed in 1731 as the private house of Edward Cockey, a respected clockmaker
In need of modernisation
Planning for refurbishment and conversion of the existing building to form 2 x shop units, 3 x flats and 2 x two bedroom town houses with a new development at the rear consisting of 4 x two bedroom town houses and 1 x three bedroom town house

A Grade II listed end of terrace building.

Permission (Ref: 17/03839/FUL) was granted by Wiltshire Council on 29th October 2017 for the refurbishment of the existing frontage building to provide two shops with three flats above and two dwellings to the rear (all of which would be contained within the existing building), plus new residential development comprising five dwellings and landscaping to the rear.

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Please refer to our website savills.co.uk/auctions
1-3, High Street, Warminster, BA12 9AG
A prominent Grade II listed building with planning for conversion
Type: Other, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Location: 1-3 High Street, Warminster, BA12 9AG
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Brochures: 1
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