Long Acre, Bingham

2 bedroom house - semi-detached

£175,000

A piece of Bingham History; a GRADE II Listed building with planning permission for Residential Development previously having been a Commerical Building operating as a Retail Unit; The Daisy Chain Florist with A1 Planning use. Although residential planning permission has been granted, for those seeking Commercial use, please make your enquiries to Rushcliffe Borough Council.

Confirmation of The Planning Permission and details of the approved plans can be found at the Rushcliffe Borough Council Planning Portal; https://planningon-line.rushcliffe.gov.uk/online-applications/
and searching for 21/00929/FUL

To the left hand side of the property is a Parking Space and Courtyard.

The building itself is an interesting Grade II Listed part two storey premises offering a great deal of character with brick elevations beneath a pantiled roof, double fronted facade, exposed internal timbers and Georgian style windows to the side.

In its current layout the property offers approximately 818 sq ft of floor space including a first floor loft with attractive vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers. The layout comprises the initial retail area with double fronted windows and central porch, this leads through the main workshop and to the first floor an additional storage room in the eaves.

The property fronts Long Acre with a paved driveway to the side (approx 24ft in length) providing off road car standing.

The proposed accommodation will provide an initial dining kitchen with mezzanine loft area in the eaves, leading through into a spacious living room with utility and a side entrance hall with cloakroom. A staircase rises to the first floor where there will be two bedrooms and a bathroom.

If you are seeking a project requiring total modernisation, this could be the property you are looking for. This is an ideal opportunity for those with an eye to detail who would like to put their own stamp on a project within the Conservation area of Bingham.

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