Plots 28-36, Development B Aylesbury Road, Aylesbury, HP22 4RH
PLOTS OF LAND / LONG TERM LAND INVESTMENT
For sale by Auction – Terms & Conditions Apply, Enquire for more details.
Considering offers prior to auction.
Guide Price: £1000 per plot
These are ideal investment opportunities to by a plots of land. The plots offer the purchaser an opportunity to utilise the land themselves. Plots that have been previously purchased have been used for allotments, recreational use and others have purchased the land with a longer future use of gaining planning consent on the land. There are 9 plots in this strip which can be purchased as a whole or per plot.
Each plot is approximately 200 square metres per plot (STMS).
Wingrave lies to the North East of the centre of Aylesbury and South West of Leighton Buzzard. The village provides local shopping facilities and is well located off the A418. With a wealth of high-quality local services close by. Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire, South East England. It is home to the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery and the Waterside Theatre. The town is recognised as the spiritual cradle of the Paralympic Games. It is in central Buckinghamshire, midway between High Wycombe and Milton Keynes.
Applies under the fall of the hammer. The purchaser shall pay 10% deposit. Plus, in addition a buyer’s premium of 2% of the sale price, minimum of £4000 + VAT upon exchange of the contract.
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Pre-registration approval to bid, guide prices, reserves, additional charges and other matters.
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A guide price (to include a range of prices), is not an indication of the anticipated eventual selling price or a valuation; it is an indication of the minimum price ( “the Reserve” ) at which (or range of prices within which) the seller might be prepared to sell. The eventual sale price can and frequently does, exceed the guide price.
Where a range is given, the Reserve will sit within that range and will not exceed the top end of the range. Where a single figure Guide Price is given, the Reserve will be within 10%, upwards or downwards, of that figure.
The guide price may be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. The latest published guide price (or range of prices) is displayed on our website, and you should check the website regularly for updates and on the day of the auction.
All guide prices are quoted “subject to contract”.
Please note the guide price for the Lot does not include: – any Buyers’ Fee charged by the auctioneers; – VAT on the sale price; – SDLT or any other Government taxes.
Additional costs and fees charged by the seller or third parties that might apply to some Lots and/or some buyers.
If a guide price is listed as “TBA”, it means no guide price has been set at present. Please do call our office about this. The guide price, or range of prices, will be published online immediately it becomes available and you should check the auction website regularly for updates and on the day of the auction.
The reserve price is the minimum price at which the Lot can be sold.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the advertised guide prices are up to date. it is possible that the reserve price set for any Lot may exceed the previously quoted guide price. This is because the seller may fix the final reserve price just before the Lot is offered for sale and you should check the website regularly for updates and on the day of the auction.
Buyers’ fees, Seller’s fees and additional charges
For each Lot, a documentation charge / Fee is payable on the fall of the hammer to NALC as follows:
Residential Auctions – Lots sold for £10,000 or more: Buyers’ Fee of £1,500 inclusive of VAT.
Lots sold for less than £10,000: Buyers’ Fee of £500 inclusive of VAT.
Commercial Properties – All Lots: Buyers Fee £1,000 excluding VAT
Additional charges and fees might be charged by the seller and/or other third parties. You are strongly advised to read the Special Conditions of Sale for the Lot prior to bidding to check for any additional charges and fees and to check the addendum which might also (but does not always) contain details of such amounts.
VAT may be chargeable in addition to the sale price for the Lot. The auctioneer will announce this and will be contained within the particulars.
Please note that Lots may be sold or withdrawn at any time prior to auction.
Please note that the amount of Bidder Security (payable on application to bid at the auction) and the Buyer’s Fee may be varied from the standard amounts quoted upon or website or by a member of our sales team. So please check.
Please refer to the addendum, the Particulars and/or the conditions of sale.
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5a The Auctioneers do not warrant or represent that any plans or photographs show the up-to-date position with regard to occupiers either for the Lot or for any other properties shown in such plans or photographs.