Retail for sale by auction in Derbyshire

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Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S44

Guide Price: £70,000 Plus

Description
Commercial Development Former Dental Practice Development Potential Subject to Planning Permission

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Auction Date
09/09/2020

Property for auction in Derbyshire)

Clay Cross, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, S45

Guide Price: £108,000

Description
End of Terrace Building Three Floor Arranged As Ground Floor Retail Unit/s & Upper Part Floor Ancillary Accommodation Garage/s Planning Permission Upper Part Floor Two Flat One / Two Bedroom

Auctioneer

Online auction date
02/09/2020 14:00

Property for auction in Derbyshire)

Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5

Guide Price: £200,000 Plus

Description
Freehold Building Arranged As Ground Floor Former Bank & Upper Part Ancillary Accommodation

Auctioneer

Auction Date
27/08/2020

Property for auction in Derbyshire)

Ambergate, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56

Guide Price: £175,000 Plus

Description
Freehold Building Arranged As Ground Floor Retail Unit/s & Residential Upper Part Planning Permission Conversion Three Dwelling Each Two Bedroom

Auctioneer

Auction Date
27/08/2020

Property for auction in Derbyshire)

Ilkeston, Derbyshire, DE7

Guide Price: £45,000 Plus

Description
Leasehold Ground Floor Restaurant / Retail Unit/s

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Auction Date
27/08/2020

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Property for auction in Derbyshire)

Furness Vale, High Peak, Derbyshire, SK23

Guide Price: £40,000

Description
Freehold Single Storey Building Arranged As Retail Unit/s Vacant

Auctioneer

Auction Date
18/08/2020

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