67 Goldhurst Terrace, London
Freehold Development Opportunity with Planning Permission
Planning permission for 3 apartments
Further planning application pending for an additional apartment
Popular South Hampstead location
Price on application
The existing property is a three storey terraced house on the east side of Goldhurst Terrace and is currently being utilised as a 7 unit HMO. The property currently benefits from planning permission to create three self-contained apartments, 1 x 1 bedroom and 2 x 2 bedroom. There is also a pending planning application to create a three bedroom duplex by excavation of a basement.
Goldhurst Terrace is one of South Hampstead’s premier residential streets within the London Borough of Camden. The property is within close proximity to both Finchley Road and West End Lane which contain a plethora od local shops and amenities.
The nearest tube stations are South Hampstead, West Hampstead and Finchley Road.
Planning permission has been granted under reference 2013/2910/P by the London Borough of Camden for the change of use from five bedroom HMO on part ground and whole of first floors, a self contained flat at ground floor and a self contained flat at second floor to 3 x residential flats.
The is also a pending planning application under reference 2013/6914/P for the excavation of basement level with rear and side light wells, erection of a single storey rear extension at ground floor level, rear dormer window and alterations to side elevation.
For further information please contact Camden Council Planning Department on 0207 974 4444.
We feel the current permission has potential to be improved, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
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Viewings are adequately made from the roadside.
Price on application
Copies of the existing and proposed floor plans and decision notice are available upon request.
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