£34,500 Guide price
***MUST BE SOLD AT AUCTION. PROPERTY MUST GO TO AUCTION*** Long strip of land located close to the sleepy village of Waterloo within easy commute of Glasgow, Motherwell and Hamilton. Extending to approximately 2 acres, this plot was the site of a Victorian terrace of 42 properties dating back to 1870, and would suit a separation of the entire plot into 10 individual lots of approx 24 metres in width, and 34 metres in depth. As the plot sits adjacent to the A71 trunk road, commuter demand would be high, and services are located immediately to the front of the plot. As the site was previously developed in 1870 for housing and whilst currently vacant, the site offers some development possibility subject to planning and other consents. Buyers should also investigate fully the title clawback, valid for 40 years. Situated in an ideal location close to Wishaw town. Wishaw is a thriving market town with all the required facilities, a good range of shops, local markets, recreational and leisure, excellent golf courses, good schools at both primary and secondary levels. Wishaw also favours commuters to both Edinburgh and Glasgow, with good transport links including local train station and road networks, with the M74 and M8 nearby. 15 miles south east of Glasgow City Centre and a short drive to the M74 motorway; provides links north and east via the M73 and M8 motorways. Ideal investment purchase. From the centre of Wishaw, head south east on the A721 (Stewarton Rd) towards Waterloo. At Waterloo there is a roundabout junction linking the A721 and A71. Turn first left (north) onto the A71 towards Newmains and the south western end of the property is on the left immediately beyond the last house on the left (No 86). ***MUST BE SOLD AT AUCTION. PROPERTY MUST GO TO AUCTION***
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