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Derelict former public toilet goes on sale for £58,000 in Cardiff

A disused former public toilet has gone on sale in Wales’ capital for £58,000.

The rundown brick building on an overgrown patch in the Fairwater area of Cardiff is being marketed as a money-spinning opportunity for an investor.

Auctioneer Paul Fosh: “I’m confident the property will prove popular with investors looking to sniff out a bargain.

“It may not be everyone’s cup of tea but it is close to a supermarket and a chemist and there are also a number of independent retailers in the area.”

Mr Fosh said that the site could even be used for a small block of flats and a cafe.

“It’s one for the entrepreneur who can see the conversion potential for the loo,” he said.


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Feeling flush? Derelict former public toilet goes on sale for £58,000 in Cardiff

“The sale also includes a parcel of land and the whole plot could be ideal for a cafe, garden play area and a block of flats.”

The toilets will be up for auction in the Welsh capital next month.

According to property website Zoopla, average property prices in the area are £160,840 and have risen 2% in the last year.

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