Are you looking for land for sale or commercial property in Nunney? This derelict, yet charming building is originally believed to have been a tinsmith’s workshop.
The property comprises an L-shaped building, primarily of brick and stone construction under a slate roof. There is a parking area to the front.
Offers are sought for the freehold of the building for holiday let or commercial usage subject to planning.
In accordance with their normal practice, the use as holiday accommodation is likely to be subject to limitations by Mendip District Council as the local planning authority that it shall be used for holiday purposes only, shall not be occupied as a person’s sole or main place of residence, and a register of occupiers shall be available for inspection by the Council at all reasonable times.
The local planning authority have informally advised that use for commercial purposes is likely to be confined to an office which does not attract visiting members of the public, for the research and development of products and processes, or for a light industrial process which could be conducted in any residential area without causing amenity loss, or as a storage building or repository.
Any residential use other than as a holiday let on the terms set out above will be the subject of an uplift clause (80% to the seller for a period of 21 years).
The property of 120 square metres (1,292 square feet) will require total renovation, but does retain considerable charm and character throughout.
The plot of land is currently on the market with a guide price of £90,000 for the freehold. To view this property or request more details, contact Cooper & Tanner, 6 The Bridge, Frome BA11 1AR, telephone 01373 455 060.
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