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Former Garage/outbuilding and land, Gatehouse Drive, MATLOCK, Derbyshire, DE4 4DL

27th July 2022
starts 09:30 AM at Grand Connaught Rooms
withdrawn prior to auction
£20,000

Tenure: Freehold

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The negotiator dealing with this Lot is Simon Gillibrand and he can be contacted on 01332 542 296 or by email: simon.gillibrand@bagshawsresidential.co.uk
Former outbuilding /garage in the grounds of historic hall
Located on the edge of the market town of Wirksworth

Description
Located in the grounds of this historic Grade 11 Listed residence, can be found this former garage/ outbuilding which requires repair. The drive to the side of the outbuilding is flanked by a limestone wall and dressing sandstone capping along with personnel door, and in front of the building is a short driveway. To the far side can be found an area of sloping land with an array of mature trees and shrubbery. Wirksworth is a market town on the edge of the Peak District National Park along with Carsington Water and its leisure facilities. Access can be gained into Matlock, Belper and Derby.

Accommodation: N/A

EPC: N/A

Council Tax Band: N/A

Tenure:
Freehold

Viewings:
Bagshaws Residential, Bridge Street Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1DS Tel: 01629 814774. By arrangement with the auctioneers - please see important advice for viewers on page 19 of this catalogue. Viewers are
kindly requested to park in the Marketplace carpark due to lack of turning space on Gate House drive












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lot infomation last updated: 25th July 2022 at 04:34 PM

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