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Roads And Pavements Being Sold At Auction

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I don't understand this, can anyone explain?

At Allsop's auction next week on the 31st October, lot 54 is for a bunch of roads in Tooting and Carshalton.

Why are roads being sold off?

The Land Registry titles are P75013 and LN48475.


Guide Price Without Reserve

London SW17/Carshalton Roadways at Anglesey Gardens, Woodfield Avenue, Northwood Road, Anglesey Court Road,Carshalton, Surrey and Land and Roadways at Kenlor Road, and Tooting High Street, Tooting

A Freehold Parcel of Roadways, Pavements and a Strip of Land. To be offered Collectively




The roadways are situated at Anglesey Gardens, Woodfield Avenue, Northwood Road, Anglesey Court Road in Carshalton, Kenlor Road and Tooting High Street in Tooting.


The property comprises a parcel of six roadways, pavements, further pavement and strip of land. The sites will be offered collectively as one lot. Prospective purchasers are 'deemed to have made their own enquiries to the exact extent of the properties being sold'. A plan showing the exact extent of the properties to be sold is available upon request from the Auctioneers and will be attached to the Contract of Sale. Prospective purchasers are advised to consult this plan before bidding.


A Parcel of Roadways, Pavements and a Strip of Land


Allsop Auction

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