Online auction date: 9 November 2021. Bidding opens at 9:00am and closes at 12:00noon. By TOWN AND COUNTRY PROPERTY AUCTIONS LONDON -https://www.townandcountrypropertyauctions.co.uk/london/
Planning granted to build and convert upper floors into 23 residential apartments.
150 High Street is currently let at £30,000 per annum.
154 High Street is currently let at £4,320 per annum.
Falkirk is a large town in the centre lowlands of Scotland, within the country of Stirlingshire. Falkirk is approximately 23 miles north west of Edinburgh and 20 miles north east of Glasgow.
With a growing population of 160,000, the development offers scope for investment and first time homes.
Road connections are by M9 and M876 Rail provides regular and fast service to London Kings Cross in approximately 5 hours.
We recommend each interested party to make their own enquiries, prior to bidding.
Planning drawings can downloaded from the legal pack.
FOR SALE BY ONLINE AUCTION ON 9 NOVEMBER 2021 – BIDDING OPENS AT 9:00AM AND CLOSES AT 12:00 NOON.
All bidders must register beforehand by clicking ‘Log in / register to bid’ and following the prompts.
Bidding is also available by way of telephone and proxy.
Please note that wherever possible viewings will be by virtual tour. Any viewings that we do conduct in person will follow current Government guidelines.
For further information please contact our auction team on 02030 111499.
Exchange and administration fee information: (plus fees)
Buyers Admin Fee Applies Upon the fall of the hammer, the Purchaser shall pay a 10% deposit (subject to minimum of £5,000, whichever is the greater) and a Buyer's Admin Fee of £900 inc VAT and contracts are exchanged. The purchaser is legally bound to buy and the vendor is legally bound to sell the Property/Lot. The auction conditions require a full legal completion 28 days following the auction (unless otherwise stated).
In addition to the purchase price, buyers may be required to pay additional fees, costs and charges. These may include, but are not limited to, Value Added Tax (VAT), Stamp Duty, ground rents, rent arrears/apportionment of rent, outstanding service charges, sellers search costs/disbursements, reimbursements of sellers solicitors, auctioneer costs, buyer’s premiums or reservation fees.