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Shaldon - Site For 2 Garages Or Parking, Clifford Close

BEST & FINAL OFFERS BY MIDDAY ON FRIDAY 17th SEPTEMBER 2021. An opportunity to acquire a cleared site of a former holiday chalet that once formed part of the former Teign Haven Holiday Chalet Village from the 1970’s which was comprehensively redeveloped with housing a few years ago. One of the former chalets is still on the land to the west, but the site to the east has also been cleared and is used as private parking spaces. There is a further courtyard of individual lock-up garages to the west and to the east is the public short-stay car park, through which the access to the site is gained.

The site is currently being used for private parking spaces, however, it also now benefits from detailed planning permission for a building of approximately 7m width by 10.5m length which is shown to have a dividing wall down the middle and with two single garage doors on the southern elevation, allowing the building to be used as two separate double length garages. There is also an area between the front of the proposed building and the access road which may allow for parking of small cars in front of the garages.

There is a planning condition restricting the use of the approved garages: solely for domestic storage including the storing of domestic vehicles, and shall not be used, let, leased or otherwise disposed of for any other commercial purpose.

We understand that there is a main electricity and water connections on site. However, all interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries in the usual way.

View of the site looking northView of the site looking north
Google Aerial Image approx plot in redGoogle Aerial Image approx plot in red
Approved garages plansApproved garages plans
Garages to the westGarages to the west
Access from Public Car ParkAccess from Public Car Park

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Property details

Price: Offers in excess of £120,000
Status: Sold
Location: Shaldon
Plots: Estimated 1
Surveyor: Philip Taverner

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