Land at the corner of Selwyn Street and Brewster Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool, L4 3TW

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017

Result:

Sold for £62,000

Upon the instructions of


  • Freehold vacant site of about 0.18 acres (728.46 sq m)
  • Possible development opportunity, subject to obtaining necessary consents
  • Located in a residential area

Addendum

Land at the corner of Selwyn Street and Brewster Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool
The photos in the catalogue are incorrect and do not show the correct site. Please refer to the title plan within the legal pack.

Details

Location

Summary: The site is located on the south side of Selwyn Road on its junction with Brewster Street. It adjoins no.32 Selwyn Street.
Miles: Bootle 1.5 miles, Liverpool centre 2.5 miles, Anfield 1.5 miles
Roads: A5038, A59
Rail: Kirkdale

Description

An irregular shaped site of about 0.18 acres (728.46 sq m), that could be suitable for a variety of uses, including a possible development, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. It is located in a mainly residential location about 2.5 miles from Liverpool city centre.

Tenure

Freehold

Planning

Liverpool City Council (0151 2333021) www.liverpool.gov.uk

VAT

Refer to the legal documentation

Energy Performance Certificate

No EPC required

Address Acres Hectares
Land at the corner of Selwyn Street 0.18 0.07
Please note that any plans or photographs used are to help locate the property and may not show the exact legal boundaries. Prospective purchasers are advised to refer to the title plan in the legal pack. The areas have been provided by the vendor.

Contact

Seller's solicitor

Wright Hassall LLP

Terry Dickson

01926 883058

terry.dickson@wrighthassall.co.uk

* Guide price

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* Reserve price

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