Freehold amenity land. Circa 0.255 acres. Future potential for various development, subject to all necessary consents. Prospective purchasers must rely solely on their own enquiries. N.B. The land has been used for recreational purposes. However there is no legal or public access, rights or bridleways across the land/ plot. The boundaries can be fenced if required.
N.B. The land has been used for recreational purposes. However there is no legal or public access, rights or bridleways across the land/ plot. The boundaries can be fenced if required.
The plot has direct frontage to Downe Road. We are informed the plots are Circa, 0.255 acres, 1032 square metres, direct vehicle access, finite right of way to the plot, from Shire Road as shown in Blue and as per the auction legal pack.
PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS TO ERECT FENCES, ACCESS GATES ON THE BOUNDARIES OR ACROSS THE LAND.
Keston is a village in Greater London, England, located within the London Borough of Bromley, Greater London. Prior to 1965 it was within the historic county of Kent. It is part suburban, part rural in nature and lies on the edge of Hayes Common, just beyond the London conurbation to the south of Bromley Common. It includes the small hamlet of Nash to the southwest. The northern, more suburban part of Keston is sometimes referred to as Keston Mark.
Auction Fees apply, upon the fall of the gavel, as per the auction legal pack. The highest bidder, will also pay a deposit of 10% (minimum £5,000) of the hammer price and contracts are exchanged. The purchaser is legally bound to buy and the vendor is legally bound to sell the Property/Lot. The auction conditions require a full legal completion 28 or 42 days following the day of auction (unless otherwise stated in the legal pack).
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