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Woodside Farm, Ughill Wood Lane, Bradfield, Sheffield

Price: Guide Price £650,000
    •    Traditional small farm
    •    Various Outbuildings
    •    To be sold in 3 lots
    •    Lot 1: House, Buildings and 27.43 acres
    •    Lot 1 Guide Price: £650,000
    •    Lot 2: 41.34 acres
    •    Lot 2 Guide Price: £250,000
    •    Lot 3:6.18 acres
    •    Lot 3 Guide Price: £50,000
    •    Quiet rural position



A range of various traditional outbuildings, some having possible potential for conversion (subject to the necessary consents) and grassland extending to approx. 75 acres (30.35 ha), positioned in a quiet rural position available in three lots.
For sale by Auction on Monday 8th July 2019 at 3pm, The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell.
Tel: 01889 562811




Tel: 01889 562811



Middle Farm, Wheston, Tideswell, Buxton

Price: Guide Price £550,000
    •    Middle Farm occupies a prominent position in the heart of the Peak District hamlet of Wheston.
    •    Large five-bedroom farmhouse (offering the prospect of two dwellings) and a substantial range of portal frame and general purposes buildings and large yard
    •    Adjoining grassland collectively amounting to 3.4 acres (Lot 1).



Contact: Tel: 01889 562811



The Former Kings Head Pub, The Green, West Tilbury, Essex, RM18 8TU

DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY: A VACANT FORMER FREEHOLD PUBLIC HOUSE WITH PLANNING PERMISSION TO CONVERT INTO A FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE
Placed in the village of West Tilbury is this former public house with planning granted to convert into a four bedroom detached house, however it is considered that the plot, which measures approximately 0.44 of an acre, lends itself to the development of further dwellings subject to gaining planning permission.



Guide Price: £450,000 PLUS FEES
Contact: Tel: 01702 311010



Former White Horse Public House, 66 North Street, Rochford, Essex, SS4 1AD

DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL: A FREEHOLD FORMER PUBLIC HOUSE SITUATED ON A 0.23 ACRE PLOT CONSIDERED TO HOLD DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL SUBJECT TO PLANNING
Situated 0.7 miles from Rochford Station is the former White Horse detached public house with upper parts surrounded on three elevations by parking and gardens. It is considered that this plot holds significant development potential due to being located in a popular residential area, subject to gaining the necessary consents.
Guide Price: £425,000 *PLUS FEES
Tenure: Freehold



Ground Floor Approximately: 1,150 sq.ft
First Floor Approximately: 860 Sq.ft
The plot of land, measured using Pro Map approx: 0.23 of an acre
Please note that VAT is applicable on this lot
For all Planning enquiries contact Rochford Council Planning Department on 01702 318191
There has been pre-application advice given on behalf of the Rochford District Council for the purpose of demolishing the public house and construction of 8 x flats with parking area. The council have advised that, in principle, the proposed residential use is not objectionable in this location and that the site constitutes a good development opportunity.
Viewing By Appointment with the Auctioneers
Email: auction@dedmanauctions.com
Tel: 01702 311010



CRUIVE DSR, BY KEEPERS COTTAGE, CRUIVE, DRUIMKINERRAS, KILTARLITY, BEAULY, IV4 7JR

Redundant Tank in Rural Location – 56 sq.m (67 sq.yds)
The property is in a rural location surrounded by open moorland and hill grazing. It is approximately 17 miles south west of Inverness and near to the village of Kiltarlity, which provides for day to day amenities and primary schooling.



Planning
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council Planning Department on 01349 886608.
Contact: Tel: 0131 624 6640



UPPER BROALLAN DSR, RUISAURIE, BEAULY, IV4 7AJ

Redundant Tank in Woodland Location 237 sq.m (283 sq.yds)



Beauly is an attractive village lying approx. 12 miles west of Inverness at the head of the Beauly Firth. A range of local services including post office, doctor’s surgery, primary school and local Co-op store are available in the village and it has a railway station providing a quick link to Inverness or other stations on the Kyle of Lochalsh or Far North lines. The property is located in an area of mature, commercial woodland to the west of the village.
Planning
Interested parties should make their enquiries with Highland Council Planning Department on 01349 886608.
Contact: Tel: 0131 624 6640



THE MARY KIRK,  ALVES,  NR ELGIN,  MORAY,  IV30 8UY

Grade B Listed Former Church Building - 174.8 sq.m (1,883 sq.ft) on half acre Site.
Alves is a small village situated in the Morayshire area on the A96 trunk road approx. 6 miles west of Elgin and 7 miles east of Forres. The area is renowned for its many whisky distilleries, beautiful beaches and golf courses. The property is located a short distance to the north of the village centre in a rural location.
Planning



The 2014 consent has expired, but a precedent for change of use and style of development has been established. Interested parties should make their enquiries with Moray Councils Department of Development Management and Environmental Services, Tel 0300 1234561 email development.control@moray.gov.uk
Contact: Tel: 0131 624 6640



“AUCHINLEE”, HIGH ASKOMIL, CAMPBELTOWN, PA28 6EN

Former Care Home – 1,139 sq.m. (12,261 sq.ft) on Site of 0.92 Ha (2.27 Acres) – Conversion/Development Potential
Campbeltown is the principle town of Kintyre, a long peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. Lochgilphead lies around 50 miles to the north. The town centre provides a good range of retail facilities and other amenities for the local population and surrounding community. These include a cinema (believed to be the oldest surviving purpose-built cinema in Scotland), a swimming pool, bars and restaurants and library. There is a secondary school, local hospital and the airport at Machrihanish provides flights to Glasgow.
We understand that the current layout of the building provides some 1,139 sq.m. (12,261 sq,ft) approx. arranged over three floors.



Planning
The property offers opportunities for both conversion/ redevelopment, together with further new development on the land to the rear. Interested parties should contact Argyll and Bute Council, Kilmory, Lochgilphead, Argyll, PA31 8RT. Tl: 01546 01546 605518
Contact: Tel: 0131 624 6640



Beach Hut 4, Porth Mawr, Main Beach, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd

Guide Price: £125,000+*
An iconic beach hut on this fabulous stretch of Abersoch Beach. The beach hut is timber constructed on a Freehold parcel of land. The hut measures 11ft x 10ft externally with steps up to double wooden doors.
Prospective bidders should note that local planning policies prohibit the connection of any main services including water, drainage or electricity.
The beach hut cannot be slept in overnight and is for leisure purposes only.
Sutton Kersh - Auctions 0151 207 6315



For Sale By Auction | 11.00am, 10 July 2019 | Lot 4

The Old Council Offices, 53 Northampton Road, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, LE16 9HB

Guide | £250,000 - £275,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01604 259 773 for more information
This very attractive commercial investment opportunity comprises a substantial Victorian period property formerly the Council offices for the town of Market Harborough and now let on a commercial lease for a term of five years.



The property was extensively refurbished in 1997 and is offered together with the benefit of gated car parking for up to fourteen vehicles. The interior extends to a net internal floor area of some 4,350 square feet arranged over three floors including basement cellars and the useable office space extends to a net of approximately 2,900 square feet.



For Sale By Auction | 14:00, 10 July 2019 | Lot 14

Lupset Hall, Horbury Road, Wakefield, West Yorkshire, WF2 8FA

Guide | £300,000 + (plus fees)
        Detached House
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0113 393 3482 for more information
This impressive Grade II listed property dates back to 1716 and was owned by the Gaskell family from 1806 to 1927. It was used as a golf club up until 2014 and now represents an exciting opportunity with a wealth of alternative uses subject to the necessary consents being obtained.



The property totals approximately 9,000 sq.ft and sits on a plot of circa 0.28 hectares (0.70 acres). It can be accessed just off Horbury Road driving past the new Thornes Gate housing development and new City of Wakefield golf clubhouse,
The property will be sold as seen with all contents, fixtures and fittings included.



For Sale By Auction | 14:00, 10 July 2019 | Lot 28

11A Moor Valley Park, Mill Lane, Hawksworth, West Yorkshire, LS20 8PQ

Guide | £10,000 - £15,000 (plus fees)
        Lodge
        1 Bedroom
        Tenure: Leasehold
Call the team on 0113 393 3482 for more information
A unique opportunity to purchase a holiday home in the tranquil Moor Valley Park, Hawksworth village. With its semi-rural aspect and the popular on site Hudson Bar, there are superb walks in close proximity but yet being convenient for both Leeds and Bradford. The lodge would make an affordable living space for someone seeking a peaceful retreat or, simply a second home. The park is open for 11 months of the year from March 1st to January 31st.



Tenure: Leasehold
Ground Floor: Lounge, kitchen, bedroom and shower room.
Externally: Parking area and garden terrace
Charges and Payments: In addition to the deposit...
Administration Charge:  0.6% inc VAT of the purchase price subject to a minimum of £900 inc VAT.
Search Fees:  £200 Inc VAT.



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 11 July 2019 | Lot 9

Bethany Chapel, Station Road, Bethany Square, Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot, SA13 1LX

Guide | £65,000 + (plus fees)
        Residential Development
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information
Former Chapel for Redevelopment



Located on Bethany Square at the junction of Station Road and Forge Road in the centre of Port Talbot Town Centre lies this Grade II listed former chapel which was constructed in the early part of the 20th Century.  The front elevation is of sneck rock-faced stone with sandstone dressings, under a slate roof with wide boarded eaves.
The entrance from Station Road is reached by 2 tiers of wide stone steps bounded by snecked stone side walls with heavily moulded copings.
The chapel was extended to the rear with the addition of one bay and a vestry.
The Chapel is substantial and would be suitable for a number of alternate uses, subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.
Internal viewings are not available for this property.



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 11 July 2019 | Lot 26
Dinas Noddfa Chapel, Dinas Street, Plasmarl, Swansea, SA6 8LJ
Guide | £150,000 + (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information



Former Chapel with redevelopment potential
This Grade II listed Italian Romanesque style chapel is arranged over 2 floors on a large site.
Within close proximity to the Liberty Stadium and Morfa Retail Park, 10 minute drive into Swansea City Cente & coastline, on a bus route with easy access to Morriston Hospital, the DVLA and within 5 minute drive to the M4 motorway.
Planning Permission
There is a lapsed planning permission, reference: 2013/1583 for the conversion of chapel to 15 flats and 2 maisonettes,and retaining walls within the curtilage of the site to form parking area
All viewings are to be appointment only via www.purplebricks.co.uk. website.  Your viewing will be confirmed by Purplebricks or amended subject to access arrangements.