A unique building plot, conversion or development opportunity
Subject to the necessary consents being granted
26a Marshall Road is an attached (to No: 26) building constructed of brick elevations and single glazed windows beneath a sloping roof. It is understood that the property was originally built in the early 1900s as a taxi garage to accommodate several vehicles in tandem. At a later date, during the 1930s the building was turned into a small builders storage unit / workshop which it has remained as and in the same familys ownership since.
The property extends to around 1687 sq ft over 2 floors and subject to the necessary consents being granted could make an individual home (or other) designed to the new owners specification which could include an off street parking space to the front. The ground floor accommodation is largely open plan with a cupboard close to the rear boundary and a WC. There is a staircase at either end of the property leading to the first floor which has been divided into a large store room and workshop along with a small office. The current accommodation which can be seen in greater detail on the attached floor plans currently has no outside space to the rear.
The property is likely to be un-mortgageable in its current condition so should appeal to cash buyers and developers.
There is currently no formal usage class so any development or conversion will be likely to require planning permission before works commence.
There is mains electricity, water and drainage connected to the property.
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Guide price: £250,000
House size: 1,687 square feet
Features: Off street parking space, Close to Cambridge station
Further details can be found here.