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NORTHBAY SKALLARY DSR,  SKALLARY,  ISLE OF BARRA,  HS9 5UP

Redundant Water Tank on 400 sq.m Site Plus Access Track
The site is a regularly shaped square area of ground measuring 20m x 20m on an area of open hillside and close to the last house in the settlement. Within the site a smaller area has been fenced and houses a concrete water tank set on the ground. The title includes a length of the access track.
Site Area: 400 sq.m site plus 825 sq.m access track.



Planning
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Comhairle nan Eilean Siar Tel 01870 604990 or by email to planning@cne-siar.gov.uk
The beautiful Isle of Barra is at the southern end of the Western Isles. It can be reached by ferry from Oban or Eriskay or by the iconic flight from Glasgow landing on the beach at the north end of the island. The property is situated on the east side of the island in the small settlement of Skallary which lies approximately 3 miles south west from the main town of Castlebay.

Contact: 0131 624 6640



BERCLEES DSR,  HIGH STENRIES FARM,  NR WATERBECK,  LOCKERBIE,  DG11 3HR

Redundant Tank in Rural Location – 0.19 Ha (0.46 Acre)



The property is in a rural location and comprises a covered tank extending to approx. 14.5m x 10.3m, with an arched roof raised above ground level. It is located on a raised area of land, adjacent to a burn running along the field boundary, the building is mainly enclosed by a post and netting fence. The total site area included within the title is of irregular shape and extends to 1,850.35 sq.m (2,213 sq.yds). Prospective purchasers are advised to check site access provision, the details of which are included within the title pack which can be obtained from the seller’s solicitors. The site is surrounded by birch woodland and grazing land.
Alternative uses may be possible and interested parties should make their own enquiries to Dumfries and Galloway Council, Email: planning@dumgal.gov.uk Tel: 01387 260199 for further information.

Contact: 0131 624 6640



SITE OF FORMER BLEACHWORKS,  OFF PANMUREFIELD ROAD,  BROUGHTY FERRY,  DUNDEE, DD5 3RA

Attractive 0.65 Ha (1.61 Acre) Acre Wooded Site within Residential part of Broughty Ferry



The site adjoins the Dighty Burn within a predominantly residential area at the eastern edge of Broughty Ferry, a suburb of Dundee some 6 miles to the north-east of its City Centre. Dundee is Scotland’s fourth largest city with a population of 150,000, lying on the north side of the Tay Estuary, 60 miles to the north of Edinburgh and 80 miles to the north-east of Glasgow. The site is approximately 430 metres from the A92 Dundee to Arbroath road, off which access is taken to it along Panmurefield Road, a local authority adopted road for 200 metres and then along 230 metres of private stone track to the northern boundary of the site.
The site is wholly covered by the Panmurefield Den Tree Preservation Order and lies within an area designated as a wildlife corridor and a site of local importance for Nature Conservation within the current and proposed Dundee City Council’s Local Development Plan. The access road that runs along the north & east sides of the site is used as a public right of way and forms part of circular footpath and cycleway routes managed by Dundee City Council. Local Planning Authority: Dundee City Council Development Management, Dundee House, 50 North Lindsay Street, Dundee, DD1 1LS.
Email: development.management@dundeecity.gov.uk.

Contact: 0131 624 6640



BUCHLEY TWP,  BALMUILDY ROAD,  BISHOPBRIGGS,  G64 3QN

Redundant Pumping Station, Development Potential – 0.18 Ha (0.45 Acre)



Located in East Dumbartonshire in the west of Scotland, the site lies within a small complex of buildings adjoining Buchley Farm some 2 miles to the north west of Bishopbriggs and some 5 miles north east of Glasgow City centre. Bishopbriggs lies on the northern fringe of Glasgow and has a good range of amenities, primary and secondary schooling and leisure facilities. The surrounding countryside provides for cycling, walking and golfing. The site lies near to part of the Antonine Wall which provides for local historic interest. This was constructed by the Romans around 142 AD and stretches some 37 miles across the country to mark the extent of their military advance northwards from the existing frontier of Hadrian’s Wall.
Alternative uses may be possible and interested parties should make their own enquiries to East Dumbartonshire Council, Planning and Building Standards
Tel: 0300 1234510

Viewing
By arrangement with the Auctioneers, SVA Property Auctions Ltd Tel 0131 624 6640.



Auctions: Feb 26

61 Molewood, Hertford, Hertfordshire, SG14 3AQ

Guide | £275,000+ (plus fees)
Residential Development
Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01234 362899 for more information
A substantial mixed use property on a large plot approaching a half acre, adjacent to the River Beane and open countryside.
Set between residential property and open countryside, this unique property is understood to have been a former boatyard and comprises 2 x single width and 2 x double width boat sheds/commercial units, a large parking area and behind is a large pre-fabricated dwelling and a small paddock/large garden.



The late owner purchased the property in 1977 and acquired local authority consent for a mobile home for his personal use. The original mobile home was enlarged and it is thought to have been the present size for some years.
Two double and two single detached commercial buildings with front and rear access. Large Pre-Fabricated Dwelling: Large entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, garden room, study area, 2 bedrooms, bathroom
Outside: Large parking area, paddock/large garden, covered sheltered area and outside toilet.



Auction 26 feb

2 Coldeast Cottages, Liverton, Newton Abbot, Devon, TQ12 6HH

Guide | £75,000 (plus fees)
Semi-Detached House
Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01392 455928 for more information
The property is unsafe to enter, therefore there are no internal details and measurements. We believe there is potential to redevelop this period cottage and create a pretty home with good sized gardens and outlook.



Please note that there are external viewings only. Interested parties can visit the property at any time during daylight hours but we stress that extreme care is taken when inspecting the outside area.
Photographs, room dimensions, floor plans and area measurements (when available) are included within our full details online at www.auctionhouse.co.uk. All published information is to aid identification of the property and is not to scale.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)
Current Rating N/A
Local Authority: Teignbridge District Council
Additional Fees: Buyer's Premium - £900 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.



Auction 28 feb

7 Honey Hill, Gamlingay, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 3JU

Guide | £450,000+ (plus fees)
Detached House
3 Bedrooms
Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01234 362899
A site with development potential for up to seven houses or alternatively to retain and refurbish the existing period house which stands in approximately half an acre that backs onto open countryside.




Located on the edge of Gamlingay and set between mixed residential houses the property currently comprises a period three bedroom house, large mature gardens and outbuildings that is currently let under an Assured Short-hold Tenancy agreement.
Pre-planning advice has been sought from the local planning authority with a proposed layout for seven dwellings submitted. The response from the local planning authority states that “the principle of residential development on the site is considered acceptable and to accord with policies S/7, S/11 and H/8 of the South Cambridgeshire Local Plan” and “the proposed development would have an acceptable impact on the visual amenity of the area and that the proposed dwellings would be compatible in terms of their scale, mass, form, siting and design.”



Auction 1 Mar

Building to the rear of 131 Nortoft Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH8 8QB

Guide | £40,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 01258 473766
Building to the rear of 131 Nortoft Road



A freehold light industrial unit with prior approval for change of use to a residential dwelling.
Local Authority: Bournemouth Borough Council 01202 451451
Administration Charge - Purchasers will be required to pay an administration fee of £660 inc VAT



Thurle Farm, Taw Valley, Chulmleigh, Devon, EX18

Guide price £245,000 | 0.5 acres

• Barn for Conversion
• 0.50 Acres
• Plans for 5 Bedrooms
• Gardens
• Parking Area
• Additional Storage Building
• Option to Purchase More Land
A south-facing barn with Class Q (A & B) approval for change of use to a dwelling set in half an acre with views towards Dartmoor. Plans for five bedrooms with three bath / shower rooms. Provision for car parking and gardens. Additional storage building. Option to purchase more land if required.
 


The Cattle Barn at Thurle Farm lies in an attractive and scenic part of North Devon, about half a mile north of the sought after small town of Chulmleigh. The small town offers excellent day-to-day facilities including post office, shops, health centre, dentist, church, chapel, exceptional senior and junior schooling and popular 18 hole short golf course. The local market town of South Molton is about 9 miles to the north and presents a further range of amenities and access to the A361 North Devon link road.

Contact: 01769 572263



Kingsley Avenue, Ilfracombe, Devon, EX34

Offers in excess of £200,000 | 0.41 acres

• Mature Garden Building Plot
• 0.41 Of An Acre
• Consent for Individual Dwelling
• Split Level Design
• 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom
• Living Room, Balcony
• Kitchen/Dining Room etc
A garden building plot of 0.4 of an acre with consent for an individual detached house in quiet, favoured 'no through' road with breathtaking views across the town and to the sea. Tender date 01/03/19



Kingsley Avenue is located approximately 1 mile from the High Street and sea front with it picturesque harbour and working quay, home to the renowned artist Damian Hirst's 60ft bronze statue of Verity. The town's amenities otherwise include schools for all ages, a variety of small independent shops as well as larger supermarkets including Tesco, Lidl and Co-Op. There is live Theatre and cinema as well as various beaches including the famous Tunnel beach, a popular wedding venue. There is plenty of nearby walking in the Torrs or Cairn which offers some breathtaking scenery. Barnstaple, the Regional Centre, is about 14 miles and accommodates most of the areas main business, commercial, leisure and shopping venues, as well as North Devon District hospital and direct access onto the main A361 North Devon Link Road, which joins the M5 at Junction 27, and where a fast service of trains to London Paddington can be reached in just over 2 hours.

Contact: 01271 322833



Trenoweth, Mabe Burnthouse, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10

Guide price £200,000 | 3 bedrooms | 0.37 acres

• About 1,150 sq ft (gea)
• Reception Hall with WC
• Spacious Kitchen Living Room
• 3 Bedrooms - 1 En Suite
• Bathroom
• Services Nearby
• Views To The Sea In The Distance
Modern farm building for conversion to contemporary residence. Well situated. About 1,150 sq ft (gea). Hall with wc, spacious kitchen & living room, 3 beds (1 e/s), bathroom. Services nearby. Views to sea in distance. .37 Acre



Trenoweth Barn is individually and privately situated on the edge of the hamlet of Mabe Burnthouse overlooking its own extensive gardens and grounds. Mabe is about a mile away with a general stores.

Contact: 01872 264488



Off Pitt Hill, Berrynarbor,  Ilfracombe,  Devon,  EX34

Price on application | 3.0 acres

• Potential Development Site
• Subject to Planning Permission
• 3 Acres or 1.25 Hectares
• Sloping site, pond & adj stream
• Close to the Coast
• Offers Invited for Purchase
Approx 3 acres of unkempt land to the west of the main village settlement possibly with development potential, subject to planning permission. Offers are invited for outright purchase.

 
Subject to planning the site may offer potential to deliver housing along with environmental and social benefits, development could enhance bio diversity, increase current recreational facilities and improve pedestrian safety through Berrynarbor by removing pedestrians from the highway. There may be potential to create access at the southern boundary to Pitt Hill with the creation of good visibility splays in both east and western directions.

Contact: 01271 322833