For Sale By Public Auction on Tuesday 30th July 2019.An enclosed parcel of land with gated access to Hengrove Avenue. Read more
For Sale By Public Auction on Tuesday 30th July 2019.An enclosed parcel of land with gated access to Hengrove Avenue.
* Of interest to builders, speculators & investors * suitable for parking & storage * scope to construct garaging and storage (subject to obtaining necessary approvals) * possible redevelopment potential as part of a larger site *
DIRECTIONS The property can be found on Hengrove Avenue Bristol BS14 9TB.
The property comprises an area of concrete hardstanding/driveway measuring approximately 4m (13') in width and 16m (52') in length with a gated access to Hengrove Avenue. It is the former rear access to commercial premises known as the Happy Landings public house which has been developed into residential use rendering the plot surplus to requirements.
PLANNING: Our clients have not sought any planning consent for re-development of the site. It should be noted that we understand there is a service pipe running beneath the land and that part of the title is affected by general covenants regarding rights to light, support etc for the Happy Landings site. Interested parties should make themselves familiar with the legal pack.
VIEWING: The site is clearly visible from the public highway and is enclosed by a metal fencing.
METHOD OF SALE: The property is offered for sale by public auction (unless previously sold) the sale will take place in conjunction with Auction House Bristol and West and will be held at Ashton Gate Stadium Winterstoke Road Bristol BS13 5LQ on Tuesday 30th July 2019 at 7pm.
The Catalogue Details of the property and land to be sold are set out in our catalogue. All lots are sold subject to Special Conditions of Sale. It is important that prospective purchasers satisfy themselves as to the location, boundaries, condition and state of the lots before the auction.
Plans, Maps and Photographs The plans, maps and photographs published on our website and in the catalogue are to aid identification of the property only. The plans are not to scale.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) Where required we include EPC ratings within Full Details and on the lot page within our catalogue. When available EPC Graphs can be viewed online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide Prices Guide prices quoted online and in the catalogue are provided as an indication of each sellers minimum expectation. They are not necessarily figures which a property will sell for and may change at any time prior to the auction. The sale price will be dependent on bidding in the auction room and on the Vendors' instructions.
Reserve Price Each property will be offered subject to a reserve price which we expect will be set within the guide price range or no more than 10% above a single figure guide. This is a confidential figure set between the Vendor and the Auctioneer just prior to the auction. It is a figure below which the Auctioneer cannot sell the property during the auction. After the auction offers will be sought and considered on Unsold Lots at prices below the reserves.
The Legal Aspect Buying at auction is a contractual commitment. Before making an offer prior to auction or bidding at the auction it is advisable to consult a solicitor regarding the General and Special Conditions of Sale, the local authority search and other legal documentation.
Pre Auction Sales Offers made on property included in this auction catalogue may be accepted by the Vendor prior to the auction. If you are intending to bid at the auction fora specific lot, we recommend that you keep in contact with the Auctioneer's office. The Auctioneers or Vendors cannot beheld responsible for costs incurred in respect of any lot which is withdrawn or sold prior to auction.
Post Auction Sales I f a property you are interested in is not sold during the auction please speak to the Auctioneer and make an offer at, above or below the Guide. Your offer will be put forward to the Vendor and if accepted, you will be able to proceed with your purchase under auction rules.
Attending the Auction It is always wise to allow sufficient time to get to the auction. Legal packs for most of the properties will be available for inspection. It is important you read these and the final addendum/alteration list which will also be available as any purchase will be subject to these.
Bidding Each property will be offered individually by the Auctioneer. Ensure that your bids are clear and noticed by the Auctioneer. If you are successful in bidding for the property you will be approached by a member of Auction House staff who will request your personal information and identification. You will then be guided to the cashiers desk for payment of the deposit.
Bidding by Proxy or Telephone If you are unable to attend the auction you are invited to contact us to discuss special arrangements forbidding by proxy or telephone. A pre auction bidding form and conditions can be downloaded from the How to bid at Auction page located as a menu choice located under the Buy tab above or from our catalogue.
Proof of Identification In order to abide by the money laundering regulations we ask that all prospective purchasers provide proof of identity. Please bring your passport or photographic UK driving licence and a current utility bill, bank statement or council tax bill to the auction. If purchasing on behalf of a company you will also need to present proof of your position within the company and company letterhead.
Solicitors Details The name, address and telephone number of the solicitor who will be acting for you in any purchase will be required before you leave the auction room.
Deposit When you buy a property you will be approached by a member of Auction House staff and asked to go to the cashiers desk to sign the Memorandum of Sale. You will be asked to pay a deposit of 10% of the purchase price subject to a minimum deposit of £3,000. Deposits can only be paid by bankers draft, building society cheque or personal cheque. Cash or card payments will not be accepted. Please note, should the cheque have to be represented, a processing charge of £50.00 + VAT will be charged by deduction from the deposit.
The Contract The Memorandum of Sale will be signed in duplicate. One copy will be given to you, which you must give to your solicitor. The second copy will be retained by the Vendors solicitor. Completion usually takes place after 28 days but this date can vary. The legal pack of each property will state the completion date due. The date may also be announced immediately prior to the commencement of bidding of each lot.
Administration Charge Purchasers will be required to pay by cheque, an administration charge of 0.3% inc of VAT and minimum fee £1200 inc of VAT in addition to the deposit.
Disbursements: Please see the legal pack available at www.auctionhousebristol.co.uk for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.
Viewing Due to the nature and condition of auction properties we highlight the potential risk that viewing such properties carries and advise all to proceed with caution and take necessary requirements to ensure their own safety whilst viewing any lot in this catalogue. Viewings are conducted entirely at your own risk, these properties are not owned or controlled by Auction House and we cannot be held liable for loss or injury caused while viewing or accessing any Lot. Due to the nature of some auction properties, electricity may not be turned on therefore viewing times are restricted. Viewers will also have to bring their own lighting/ladders if wanting to inspect cupboards, cellars and roof spaces.
Disclaimer Particulars on the website and within our catalogue are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed. Information relating to Rating matters has been obtained by verbal enquiry only. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the appropriate Authority. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate only. Potential purchasers are advised to check them.
Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.