A rare opportunity to acquire a freehold with potential in the centre of Chislehurst. The site is circa 0.26 acres and currently occupied by a detached property of circa 4,042 sqft (375.5 sqm) over ground and part first floor. The property is arranged in an L shape and there is parking to the front. The site / property is currently owned by the Red Cross and been in their ownership since 1957 (62 years). The existing property at ground floor has been most recently used for offices and a training facility for the Red Cross and the first floor of the existing property as a 2 bedroom flat. The site is within the Chislehurst Conservation area. There is no recent planning history.
The property / site is accessed via an unrestricted right of way through a Bromley Council public car park. To the South and South East, is a four storey mansion block of flats. To the North and North East is a two storey mews of houses built by Crest Nicholson in the 1990s. To the East backing on to the rear of the site is Chislehurst Golf Course, to the west is Chislehurst Common and Ponds.
The site / property offers potential for a variety of commercial and residential uses, subject to planning permission or perhaps a combination of both. There is potential to extend the existing property although a redevelopment of the site involving the demolition of the existing building could be more likely. The property will be sold with full vacant posession on completion.