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Lot - Former Religious Premises, Skellow Road, Carcroft, Doncaster, DN6 8HQ Auction Lot £95,000+ - Auction Estates

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10 December 2020

Skellow Road, Doncaster, DN6 8HQ

Guide Price: £95,000+


Key Features

  • Freehold former religious premises measuring circa 2,950 sq ft
  • Surrounded by densely populated residential estate
  • Potential for future development STP
Draft Details Only

Freehold former religious premises with full vacant possession measuring circa 2,950 sq ft on a site area of approximately 0.36 acres

• Freehold former religious premises
• Located adjacent to new residential development
• Surrounded by densely populated residential estate
• Building previously used for religious assembly
• Main assembly hall, w/c facilities and kitchen area
• Gross internal floor area of circa 2,950 sq ft
• Total site area of approximately 0.36 acres
• Potential for future development STP
• Ideal opportunity for owner occupiers or developers


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Freehold with full vacant possession

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