The John O Gaunt, 151 Blackstock Road, Sheffield
Public House on freehold site, may suit alternative uses or development subject to planning. Sold with tenant on licence.
If you intend to borrow any money from a financial institution please make sure they are in a position to provide the funding in a timely manner, as they are currently experiencing extreme demands. For further information you can call us on 0161 443 4740 to discuss your individual circumstances or email [email protected]
You must not bid unless you have made yourself fully aware of the auction process. If you require help with this, please contact a member of the auction team.
An internal inspection has not yet been under taken. The property stands on a site circa 0.44 A in size (0.18 H)
EPC on order. Floor plans and lined plan for purposes of identification and illustration only: refer to the online legal pack for title documentation.
VAT will be payable in addition to the purchase price unless otherwise specified: If it is the intention of the buyer to convert the building to a dwelling they must complete before exchanging contracts the HMRC form "Certificate to disapply the option to tax buildings to be converted into dwellings" This form will be contained in the legal pack. The HMRC suggests all parties completing this certificate read: Notice 742A Opting to tax land and buildings which is found at www.hmrc.gov.uk
Currently held on licence, we are advised that the property will be vacant on completion but please refer to the online legal pack for clarification. Lease was signed from 2003 for 21 years at £10,000 per annum, however the tenants company was dissolved and rent paid from personal funds according to owner at £18,500 per annum currently.
No fixtures and fittings are included in the sale unless agreed. Any third party items such as dispense equipment, gaming machines, sound systems etc are excluded.
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