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A former office building in Lichfield is going under the hammer.
Bridge House, on Station Road is expected to fetch around £650,000 when it is sold by Bond Wolfe Auctions.
The auction house says the plot is “oven ready” for redevelopment, with planning permission already in place to convert the site into more than 20 new apartments.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “We expect this development site to attract considerable interest from both the local and national property community.
“The demand for homes in Lichfield far outweighs the supply and this site comes with planning permissions already in place, making it effectively oven ready for any potential developer.
“Lichfield is a delightful small city and one of the most popular places to live in the region, so whoever secures this site will be in a very fortunate position.”
The current planning proposals for Bridge House would see demolition of part of the existing building and the addition of two new side extensions.
The site will go under the hammer in December. For more details visit the Bond Wolfe Auctions website.