Land adjoining 46 Bradford Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 9AP

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Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017


Sold for £15,000

Upon the instructions of

  • Freehold site of about 0.0259 acres (104.82 sq m) including former electric sub-station
  • Possible development opportunity, subject to obtaining necessary consents
  • Located in a residential street
  • Vacant possession (Holding over £175 per annum)


Land adjoining 46 Bradford Road, Trowbridge
The land is not being sold with vacant possession but with the benefit of and subject to a lease (current tenant holding over at £175 per annum), please refer to the legal pack.



Trowbridge is a busy commercial and retail town with a population of around 34,000. Trowbridge is the home of Wiltshire County Council and lies 18 miles from the M4 at Bath and 17 miles form the M4 at Swindon via the A361. The site is located on the north side of Bradford Road in a residential area.


The property comprises a rectangular shaped site of about 104.82 sq m (0.0259 acres) that includes a former 1 x 48 sheet advertising site and an electric sub-station. The site could be suitable for a variety of uses, including a possible development, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. The site is located in a residential area near the park and the mainline station.




Wiltshire Council (0300 4560114)


Refer to the legal documentation

Energy Performance Certificate

No EPC required


The sub-station was let on a 15 year lease from 30/01/1996 at £175 per annum (holding over).

Address Acres Hectares
Land adjoining 46 Bradford Road 0.0259 0.0105
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.


Seller's solicitor

Wright Hassall LLP

Terry Dickson

01926 883058

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