Former care home having the benefit of existing C2 planning consent and offering obvious potential for C2/care home/alternate commercial uses and indeed residential conversion or re-development subject to the obtaining of any necessary planning consents.
Guide Price £95,000 to £100,000 Freehold
Vendors solicitors: Bridgend County Borough Council Legal Department. FAO Cheryl Maynard Tel No 01656 643471 email: [email protected]
LOCATION The property is located just off Crown Road, a popular residential location lying just ½ mile or so east of Maesteg town centre. Maesteg is the principal town serving the Llynfi Valley with Maesteg lying approximately 9 miles north of Bridgend and 7 miles north of Junction 36 of the M4 Motorway.
DESCRIPTION The property briefly comprises a detached, two storey purpose built Care Home and Premises set within landscaped grounds. The property is built to a traditional standard of construction with cavity brick and blockwork elevations under a concrete tiled pitched roof.
The property is currently provides for approximately 28 bedrooms, several bathrooms and kitchens, all configured around a number of attractive lounge/drawing rooms. The property has the benefit of all mains services connections.
PLANNING STATEMENT The property has the benefit of an existing C2 Planning Consent and offers obvious potential for a variety of alternate commercial or residential uses subject to the obtaining of any necessary planning consents.
A planning statement prepared by Bridgend County Borough Council is available upon request.
VIEWING Strictly by appointment only through auctioneers:
Messrs Watts & Morgan.
Tel: (01656) 644288
Email: [email protected]
Please ask for Dyfed Miles or Lauren Najjar.
PROCEEDS OF CRIME ACT 2002 Watts and Morgan are obliged to report any knowledge or suspicion of money laundering to The National Crime Agency and should a report prove necessary may be precluded from conducting any further professional work without consent from The National Crime Agency.
AUCTION Proposed purchasers are strongly recommended to consult their solicitor prior to bidding at the Auction. Buyers who purchase at Auction are required to provide copies of identification (Passport or Photo Card Driving Licence AND a recent Utility Bill) for Money Laundering Regulations.