Lot 1 is approximately 412m2 / 0.1 acres / 0.04 hectares. The parcel of land is former garden plot for residential use.
Bedlington is a former mining town in south-east Northumberland. The area is predominantly residential with numerous schools and healthcare facilities in the locality. Further amenities are found in the town centre which is currently undergoing a major mixed-use redevelopment scheme. The highly funded project will create a number of jobs for local residents as well as enhancing the commercial offering and image of the town. Further to this, permission has recently been granted for a large residential development in the north-west of Bedlington which, along with the Local Authority’s investment into the improvement of local parks, will see the town undergo extensive regeneration. Newcastle City Centre is located 14 miles to the south or the towns of Blyth, Cramlington and Morpeth are situated a short distance away.
The plot of land is situated to the rear of Victoria Terrace at the south-west of Bedlington Station. Immediately to the west are residential dwellings on Alexander Terrace and allotments are to the east.
The site is accessed via the rear lane of Victoria Terrace. Victoria Terrace is one of Bedlington’s main thoroughfare roads and connects Bedlington Station to the town centre. There is easy access to the A189 and A1068 which lead to the A1 and A19.
The land is to be sold as freehold with vacant possession at a Guide price of £25,000.
Residential use is considered the most appropriate for the site, subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
The purchaser is responsible for their own costs. The purchaser will be required to pay 2% of the purchase price by way of a contribution towards the vendors reasonable legal and surveyor’s fees on completion.