Tudor Court is a detached property which has the benefit of planning permission to provide 12 luxury apartments in total within a secure gated development.
We are offering the opportunity to acquire 8 of the 12 apartments plus the Freehold Interest and the Management Company. 4 of them are at present unfinished however all structural and steel work has been completed and to building regulations standards.
4 have been finished to a high standard and ready for immediate let. 4 have been sold off separately by way of a long leasehold (flats 4,7,8 and 9) and potentially could be purchased separately!
The unfinished Flats numbers 1, 2 and 3 are on the ground floor and will provide 3 x 2 bed apartments and Flat 10 is on the first floor which will provide a 3/4 bed apartment with an ensuite and is ready for internal fit out being back to bear brick.
Architects drawings and plans are available for inspection and the conversion has been approved.
Flats 5,6, 11 and 12 been finished to a high standard and is also available for sale and inspection.
Application No: 09F/0044
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