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Auction 9 dec
GUIDE PRICE: £170,000 – £175,000 * + FEES

Greenwood Surgery, Tylers Ride, South Woodham Ferrers, Chelmsford, Essex. CM3 5XD

Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01245 205778
Situated approximately 12 miles south of Chelmsford on the north bank of the River Crouch, South Woodham Ferrers is a town comprising mostly modern style housing surrounding a pedestrianised town centre with supermarket, shops and amenities. Furthermore there is a new Sainsbury’s supermarket being built on the outskirts of the town and South Woodham Ferrers railway station offers connection to London (Liverpool Street) and eastward to the Dengie/Burnham-on-Crouch. There are also buses to Chelmsford and Basildon.
The property is a former doctor’s surgery and healthcare facility to the east of the town centre, arranged over two levels with access to a service yard to the rear. The premises may offer potential for alternative uses, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.

Ground Floor: Entrance hallway with staircase, waiting room, cloakroom/W.C., boiler cupboard, reception and office. Consulting room with examination room, further consulting room, treatment room and second staircase at the end of a central hallway.
First Floor: Landing, waiting room, cloakroom/W.C., two offices, consulting room with examination room, additional consulting room, shower room/W.C., kitchen and common room/office. Access to second staircase at the end of the central hallway.
Outside: There is access to the service yard at the rear via a shared driveway to the left of the building. There is also a free public car park opposite.

Auction 10 dec
GUIDE PRICE: £45,000 – £50,000 * + FEES

Land North Of The Great Stour River, Upstreet/Chislet, Canterbury, Kent. CT3 4BP

Applicants may view the lot externally only
Contact: 01622 608400
A freehold parcel of land extending to 5.35 hectares (13.23 acres) adjoining the Great Stour River to the south, the railway line to the north and situated around 1 mile south east of Grove Ferry. We understand there is a mooring on the land and a disused footpath.

The site has a long river frontage and extends to 5.35 hectares (13.23 acres).
Auctioneer’s Note
The postcode address shown is for Grove Ferry Inn, Grove Ferry Road, Upstreet and not the site itself.
There is no vehicular access to the site. We understand the land can be seen from the footpath on the opposite bank of the river which is known as the Stour Valley Walk.

Napier Public House, Alma Road, Sheerness, Kent. ME12 2NZ

GUIDE PRICE: £140,000 – £160,000 * + FEES

Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01622 608400
This attractive public house is located on the corner of The Broadway and Alma Road, close to Sheerness town centre and opposite the sea wall.
The property occupies a good size plot and offers potential for a number of schemes, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
There is also a plot of land to the right hand side of the premises with Planning Permission for a pair of two bedroom dwellings, subject to conditions.
Ground Floor: Bar/restaurant area, kitchen, ladies and gents W.C.s
First Floor: Living room, four bedrooms, bathroom and separate W.C.
Outside: Seating to front, side and rear. Plot of land to side.

Whitfield United Reformed Church, Chapel Road, Whitfield, Dover, Kent. CT16 3GT

GUIDE PRICE: £130,000 – £135,000 * + FEES
Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01622 608400
Situated on the corner of Forge Lane and Chapel Road, is this detached building, the former United Reformed Church and hall, understood to date from 1867. The property has been used as a place of worship, although now requires a programme of refurbishment and improvement works. Part of the site is associated with a burial ground, the last burial is believed to have taken place in the 1970s. It is considered the property may be suitable for a wide variety of commercial or, perhaps, residential conversion, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Local Planning Authority: Dover District Council. Tel: 01304 872486. Website:
Entrance lobby, sanctuary, church hall and kitchen.
Site Measurements
The site extends to 0.07 hectares (0.18 acres).

Nepicar Oast, London Road, Wrotham, Sevenoaks, Kent. TN15 7RR

GUIDE PRICE: £480,000 – £490,000 * + FEES
Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01622 608400
A detached square Oast and barn which have been converted to provide extensive residential accommodation with five bedrooms requiring refurbishment and updating. The property is situated close to the village of Wrotham and conveniently located for the M26 and M20.
Ground Floor
Entrance hall, living room, reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, further living/dining room, garden room and bathroom with W.C.
First Floor
Large landing, main bedroom, two further bedrooms, two bedrooms with dressing rooms and family bathroom with W.C.
The property is accessed through wrought iron gates leading to a plot extending to approximately 2 acres with extensive gardens, courtyard and wooded copse area. Detached double garage.

Building Geraldine Road, Rear Of 31 St Winifred Road, Folkestone, Kent. CT19 4BW

GUIDE PRICE: £75,000 – £80,000 * + FEES
Applicants may view the lot externally only
Contact: 01622 608400
Situated to the rear of 31 St Winifred Road fronting Geraldine Road and within a short distance of local shops and the facilities of Cheriton High Street and Cheriton Road, is this workshop/builders store which has Planning for change of use and conversion into a dwelling.

Planning Permission has been granted by Folkestone & Hythe District Council, under ref: Y18/1185/FH, dated 2nd October 2019, for the change of use and conversion of builders store to a dwelling to include alterations and extensions, together with an increase in height and installation of associated fenestration, including two front dormer windows and two rear dormer windows, subject to conditions.
A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website, the Local Authority website or inspection at the Auctioneer’s Office.
Proposed Accommodation
Ground Floor
Entrance hall, cloakroom with W.C., living room and double bedroom.
First Floor
Landing, kitchen, dining room and bathroom/ W.C.
Second Floor
Landing and double bedroom.

The Coach House, Goose Rye Road, Worplesdon, Guildford, Surrey. GU3 3RQ

Auction Dec 11th
GUIDE PRICE: £400,000 – £450,000 * + FEES

A rare opportunity to acquire a partially constructed detached house. The property sits in perpetuity and is partly built to roof height in accordance with a Planning Consent that was granted by Guildford Borough Council. It is considered that this property once completed would be ideally suited for owner occupation.
The parish village of Worplesdon, is situated 3.1 miles from Guildford town centre with its array of shops and amenities. Transport links are provided by Guildford railway station with its express rail link into London Waterloo station and the A3 motorway nearby.
Planning Permission has been granted by Guildford Borough Council under ref: 17/P/00159, dated 14th August 2017, for the demolition of the existing house and detached garage and the erection of a new four bedroom detached dwelling, subject to conditions.
A copy of the Planning Consent and plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website, the Local Planning Authority or inspection at the Auctioneer’s office.
Site Measurements
The site extends to 0.12 hectares (0.30 acres).
Local Planning Authority: Guildford Borough Council. Tel: 01483 444545. Website:

The Former NatWest Bank, Trehawke House, Dean Street, Liskeard, Cornwall. PL14 4AG

Auction Dec 12
GUIDE PRICE: £150,000 – £165,000 * + FEES

Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01392 366555
A handsome town centre property being the former NatWest Branch serving Liskeard and offering good sized accommodation over five floors. There is potential, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable, for a mixed residential and commercial re-development scheme, particularly due to the various points of entry.
Ground Floor
Entrance vestibule, former public, cashier and working areas, interview rooms, office and strong room.
First Floor
Business centre, W.C. facilities, stationery room, large staff room and cleaners store.
Second Floor
A number of store rooms and office and a W.C.
Third Floor
A feature ‘turret’ room.
To the side lies access to a rear yard that, as well as having a door to the ground floor, has a staircase to the first floor

Trewint Farm, Trewint, Launceston, Cornwall. PL15 7TG

GUIDE PRICE: £200,000 – £250,000 * + FEES
Viewing by arrangement with Clive Emson Auctioneers: 01392 366555
Situated on the eastern edge of Bodmin Moor within the hamlet of Trewint, this site offers a wealth of opportunity. The site is currently occupied by a quaint detached cottage which now requires a programme of refurbishment as well as a redundant barn with planning for conversion into a detached three bedroom dwelling. There is also additional land to the north which has approved planning for a pair of well-proportioned detached three bedroom family houses each with an independent access point from The Terrace, off-road parking and garden space.

Planning Permissions have been granted by Cornwall County Council. Firstly, PA19/01322, dated 28 May 2019, for the conversion of the redundant barn into a three bedroom dwelling, subject to conditions. Secondly, under reference PA19/02813, dated 28 May 2019, for the construction of two No 3 bedroom dwellings, subject to conditions.
It is considered the site may offer potential for further residential development subject to all the necessary consents being obtainable. Pre-application advice with regard to this matter has been provided by the Local Planning Authority under ref: PA17/01934/PREAPP dated 18 August 2017.
A copy of the planning approvals, proposed plans and pre-application advice will be available to download from the Clive Emson Website or the Local Planning Authority website,

Unit 4, Little Upton Farm, Upton Cross, Liskeard, Cornwall. PL14 5AZ

GUIDE PRICE: £85,000 – £95,000 * + FEES
Contact: 01392 366555
A superb opportunity to acquire an individual site with building works commenced (see Auctioneer’s Note) in an enviable location on the outskirts of Upton Cross village with local facilities including a renowned local primary school and Sterts open air theatre.

Forming part of an exclusive development of six individual dwellings, planning permission has been granted for the creation of a spacious detached five bedroom bungalow having views over the rural countryside of South East Cornwall.
Accommodation (Referred as Unit 4 in Approved Plans)
Entrance lobby, open-plan living area with kitchen, living room and dining area, utility room, two bedrooms (each with en-suite facilities), three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Gardens to front, rear and side with two allocated parking spaces leading to attached car port.
Auctioneer’s Note
The Auctioneer has been informed that foundations, drainage, beam and block sub-floor water and electrical services have been installed for the site.
Further information will be included in the legal pack which will be available for download from the Clive Emson website.
Planning Permission has been granted by Cornwall County Council as part of a larger development under ref: PA17/04850 for a housing development of six dwellings, including three affordable, with associated access and parking, subject to conditions.

Land Adj. Kingston Farmhouse, Beatrice Avenue, East Cowes, Isle of Wight. PO32 6LL

Auction Dec 13
GUIDE PRICE: £100,000+ * + FEES
Applicants may view directly on site during daylight hours: 01489 564606

Situated on the north-west corner of a development site (Hawthorn Meadows), nearly completed by Barratt Homes, this 0.13 hectare (0.34 acre) site, has Planning Consent for the construction of seven houses.
The development has been commenced and so the consent is extant. The units, when completed, are considered ideal for re-sale into the local marketplace or retention for their income-producing letting potential. The completed houses will be three pairs of semi-detached houses and a detached house, in what is a very pleasant location.
The site is conveniently situated a short distance from a range of shopping and other amenities of East Cowes from which the famous Cowes yacht harbour is a short distance away by chain ferry link.
Auctioneer’s Note
Footings have been dug and foundations laid for Plot No.1 meaning a material start to the Planning Consent commenced to the satisfaction of the Local Authority Building Control.
Planning Permission has been granted by the Isle of Wight Council, under ref: P/01219/12, dated 24th October 2012, for the construction of three pairs of semi-detached houses; one detached house; associated garages and parking; alterations to access road; formation of vehicular access (revised scheme), subject to conditions.
A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website, the Local Planning Authority website or inspection at the Auctioneer’s office.

Tyack Toft Barn, Carleen, Breage, Helston, Cornwall TR13 9QP

Auction Dec 11th
A detached fire damaged bungalow, which now has conditional granted planning under the reference PA19/07539 to extend the existing property and create a three bedroom single storey dwelling, with en-suite master bedroom and a car port.
Strictly by pre-arranged appointment only with Miller Countrywide Helston 01326 563411. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

Land West Side Of New Road, Summercourt, Newquay, Cornwall

Guide Price: £175,000 - £200,000*
A fantastic opportunity to acquire a parcel of land measuring approximately 4.82 acres/1.951 hectares in total. The land contains two lakes fed by natural springs and used for the breeding of Carp. The larger lake contains aerators and is bordered by mature reeds, lily plants and viewing areas. The smaller breeding lake has a stock of lilies and reeds. A timber storage shed is located between the two lakes and a caravan.
Property Auctions South West 01395 275 691

The Old Sunday School, Sithney, Helston, Cornwall TR13 0RN

Sithney is a village located approximately 2.5 miles from Helston, a traditional market town boasting much history and charm. The town stands as the gateway to the Lizard Peninsula, which is mainland Britain’s most Southerly point which plays host to numerous picturesque fishing villages. Helston provides a good range of amenities including a sports centre with indoor swimming pool, cinema, doctor's surgeries, pharmacies and a variety of shops and supermarkets. Helston town itself is host to the Flora Dance celebrations which take part every year in May, with thousands of spectators watching finely dressed dancers being led through the town by the band.

Open plan living space with a kitchen area and separate bathroom. Apex open ceiling gathering the full height of the building.
To the front and side is a walled garden with entrance from the road, featuring mature shrubs.
The Barn
Located approximately 200 yards distance from the property, is a detached former barn with wooden door to the front. We are informed that this is a Grade II listed building, but the listing does not apply to the former Sunday School itself. For the avoidance of doubt, please refer to the legal pack.
The two buildings will be sold as one and will not be split on the Title Deed. We have been informed by the seller that approximately fourteen years ago the roof was replaced and Delabole slate was used.
Strictly by appointment only with Miller Countrywide Helston 01326 563411. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

Auction: Dedman 11th

Lowerhouse Farm, High Easter Road, High Easter, Essex, CM1 4QL

A grade II listed farmhouse with a range of outbuildings suitable for a variety of uses. The property sits on a plot measuring approximately 1.12 acres and is surrounded by open countryside. The vacant cottage could benefit from some improvement and It is considered that the outbuildings could offer potential for development subject to the relevant permissions being obtained.
Guide Price: £600,000*PLUS FEES
Tenure: Freehold
Contact: Tel: 01702 311010

Auction Dec 12th

Hope And Anchor Public House, 33 High Street, Prescot

Guide Price: £250,000+*
A substantial three storey plus cellar corner property which is currently operating as the Hope and Anchor Public House to the ground floor together with 2 floors of accommodation above which is a stone's throw from the Shakespeare North Theatre due to open in 2020.

The property benefits from full planning permission to convert the first and second floors to provide 4 apartments (3x2 and 1x3 bed) together with a detached coach house to become a 2 bed dwelling, together with repair works to the existing elevations.
There is also potential to convert the ground floor to provide a further 2 x 2/3 bedroomed flats subject to any necessary consents.
Planning reference 17/00720/FUL.
Contact: 0151 207 6315

The Former Junction Inn, 63 Rosegrove Lane, Burnley, Lancashire

Guide Price: £85,000+*
A redevelopment opportunity comprising of a detached derelict former public house in need of a full upgrade and refurbishment scheme.

The property comes with the benefit of planning permission for the conversion into four residential dwellings, 3 x 2 bedroomed and 1 x 3 bedroomed.
Planning reference number: APP/2017/0378
Contact: 0151 207 6315

Red Bus Cafe, York Road, LS14 3AE

For Sale By Auction | 14:00, 11 December 2019 | Lot 33
Guide | £15,000 - £20,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0113 393 3482 for more information
We are now offering you the chance to acquire this famous Leeds land mark, The Red Bus Cafe.  Sure to be of interest to investors and those looking to set up their own business, the premises comprise a fully fitted double decker bus with ground floor kitchen and upstairs seating area. We have been advised that it was last rented at £6,600 per annum suggesting a gross return of 44% would be possible based on the lower guide price.
There are no mains facilities available, however power to the Red Bus Cafe is by way of a generator housed in the container, also included as part of the sale.

The premises are conveniently situated immediately off the A64 York Road to the North East of Leeds and in close proximity to the A1 national motorway which in turn provides access onto the M62 east bound.
The property will be sold as seen with all contents, fixtures and fittings included.
Ground rent: £650 per annum. Please refer to the legal pack for service charge and length of lease.
Viewing Times
Tue 19 Nov 09:30-09:55
Mon 25 Nov 09:30-09:55
Wed 4 Dec 09:30-09:55

For Sale By Auction | 17:00, 11 December 2019 | Lot 17

Former Glamorgan Colliery Engine House & Land, Colliers Way, Tonypandy, Rhondda Cynon Taff, CF40 2JQ

Guide | £45,000 + (plus fees)
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information
A substantial brick-built Grade II Listed building which we are informed is standing in shell condition lying within an overgrown area of land. The building is steeped in history and was used to drive the pumps for the Glamorgan Colliery.
The site itself roughly triangular in shape and bounded by the A4058 Tonypandy Bypass (Colliers Way) to the Northern side and Llwynypia Road which runs along the Western boundary giving access to the nearby Tonypandy Enterprise Centre, Tonypandy Square and town centre. The site and building would offer scope for development (subject to planning and all necessary consents). National retailers such as ASDA, Home Bargains & McDonalds occupy nearby sites.
The building and site is vacant and open to inspection. However, any interested parties are advised to exercise caution when entering the overgrown site. Neither the Auctioneers nor Joint Agents will be responsible for any accident that may however occur.

For Sale By Auction | 17:00, 11 December 2019 | Lot 34

Former Stable Block, Rhiwbina Hill, Rhiwbina, Cardiff, CF14 6UP

*Guide | £7,500 + (plus fees)
        Mixed Use
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information
Former brick built detached stable block having a pitched slate roof covering. The building is in need of substantial repair but offers scope for redevelopment subject to all necessary consents.

The property is located in a semi-rural location accessed from a gated track at the North end of Rhiwbina Hill (please refer to legal pack for access verification). Good access is offered from the building in to Rhiwbina Village which benefits from local shops, schools, amenities along with the A470/M4.
Advised external inspection only, interested parties are advised to take caution and enter the property solely at their own risk. The auctioneer’s office will not be held responsible for any injury howsoever caused. Please contact the office for exact location of the building.