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Putting New Life Into Old Buildings

Putting New Life Into Old Buildings

A former doctor’s surgery in Salisbury has been sold for conversion into homes by agents Woolley & Wallis. The surgery in Castle Street was sold with the benefit of planning permission for conversion to residential, following the relocation of the surgery to new premises in the Millstream Medical Centre. The property had a guide price of £250,000. In Estcourt Road, Salisbury, two shops and a flat were sold for refurbishment close to the guide price of £210,000. These are two of four properties for conversion sold by Woolley & Wallis in January - breathing new life into former shops, offices, a doctor’s surgery and housing association flats. Horsefair House in the centre of Romsey had been used as offices for many years and following the relocation of the tenants planning permission was obtained under the new Permitted Development Rights relating to offices for 9 apartments and then sold to a developer who is planning to start work on the scheme later in the year. The guide price for the property was £700,000. There was intense interest in 10 The Green, Marlborough, a fine Grade II Listed Georgian property where planning permission had been obtained for a conversion to five large apartments with car parking. Here there were over 40 viewings and 10 offers for the premises which went for considerably more than the guide price of £550,000. Rob Horton of Woolley & Wallis said: “In all cases the properties had been empty for a while and it was good to see these town and city centre properties being renovated and put to good use.”

 

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