About this property

An interesting opportunity to acquire a freehold investment comprising of a three bedroom, three storey maisonette with garden, currently let and generating an income of £725 pcm/£8,780 pae, a ground floor studio flat currently let and generating an income of £350 pcm £4,200 pae and a residential building plot with recently lapsed planning for a 3/4 bedroom detached house.

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Full Description

Situated

Newton Abbot is a thriving market town with plenty of shops, amenities and eateries. There is a choice of primary schools and two secondary schools close by. Newton Abbot also offers good transport links to Torbay, Exeter and Plymouth via the A38 or for trips further afield there is a mainline railway station.

18 - Maisonette

Ground Floor: Entrance hall, open plan lounge/kitchen/diner.
First Floor: Two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Second Floor: Master bedroom with exposed beams and vaulted ceiling.
Outside: Patio garden area and utility/storage shed

18A - Flat

Ground Floor: Bed/sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.
Outside: Utility/outbuilding.

Building Plot

A Grant of Conditional Planning Permission was issued by Teignbridge District Council on the 16th March 2018, under application number 17/01785/FUL, to 'Demolish wall and build a single dwelling'. The proposed dwelling comprises of three/four bedroom detached property with integral double garage. Interested parties must make and rely upon their own planning enquiries of Teignbridge District Council planning department.

Viewings

Strictly by prior appointment with Fulfords Newton Abbot 01626 351951. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

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18 & 18a Old Exeter Road, Newton Abbot, Devon

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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

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