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For Sale by auction on October 21st, 2019. Live online bidding available.



Former Methodist church within the village of Acton Bridge, ideal for a number of uses subject to gaining the necessary planning permission. Car park to the side with the ability to park 5 cars.
        1853 sqft Min Size
        1853 sqft Max Size
        Former methodist church
        Village location
        Ideal for a number of uses subject to gaining the necessary planning permission
        Car park to the side
       Contact: 01782 212201



Former Methodist church located within the village of Cuddington, four miles west of Northwich with main chapel and doors to a large meeting room and kitchen. The property is ideal for a number of uses subject to gaining the necessary planning permission.



        1495 sqft Min Size
        1495 sqft Max Size
        Former methodist church
        Two large rooms
        Ideal for a number of uses subject to planning permission
        Village location
         Contact:   01782 212201



Parkside Road Garage Site, Hoyland Common, Barnsley, South Yorkshire S74 0AH

Guide price: £35,000
    •    Freehold - approximately 0.16 hectare (0.41 acre)
    •    Established residential area
    •    Located on the fringe of Hoyland-within easy reach of junction 36 of M1
    •    Zoned as Green Space but may have future residential potential (STP)
On instruction from Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council



Parkside Road runs off the A6135 Sheffield Road close to junction 36 of the M1. The land is approached by a driveway running between number 40 & 42 Parkside Road.
The land is identified in the adjoining plan and amounts to approximately 0.16 of a hectare (0.41 acre)
The site is designated Green Space in the Local Plan. Proposals that result in loss of Green Space will not usually be allowed, however the planning authority have advised that they may consider a limited development on the existing hard surfaced area of the site. Compensation may be payable for loss of any Green Space. Interested parties are therefore advised to make their own planning and highways enquiries in respect of possible schemes.
Contact: 0114 276 0151



Ramshaw Farm, Hundall Lane, Unstone Green, Dronfield, Derbyshire

Guide Price: £150,000
    •    Dilapidated farm house & buildings set in 3.47 acres
    •    Adjoins woodland with attractive open aspect
    •    Private location overlooking Derbyshire countryside
    •    Adjoining land available in separate lots
    •    Potential for restoration (STP)



Ramshaw Farm is located to the west of Unstone Green village, some 2 miles to the South East of the centre of Dronfield & 3 miles to the North of Chesterfield town centre.
The property is identified in the adjoining plan and stands in approximately 3.47 acres with access from Hundall lane
The derelict farm house & buildings enjoy a private secluded location with open aspects of the neighbouring Derbyshire countryside
The property lies within the administration of North East Derbyshire District Council and is currently designated greenbelt and lies within open countryside. Ramshaw woods to the north of the property is a Derbyshire wildlife site
Contact: 01246 267 565



Apperknowle, Dronfield, Derbyshire

Guide Price: £350,000
Stone built former public house with planning for substantial family house
    •    Outstanding residential development opportunity
    •    Stone built former public house in sought after village location
    •    Prominent location with far reaching views
    •    Planning consent for change of use to residential dwelling
    •    Extensive accommodation - internal space approximately 2600sqft
    •    Ground floor - reception hall, three reception rooms, kitchen, utility, study, games room & cloak room/ WC
    •    First floor - master bedroom suite, three bedrooms, further en-suite and family bathroom.
    •    Outside - car parking, rear garden
    •    Possessory Title application made for adjoining land
    •    Large Double Cellar
A full copy of the EPC will be available to view via our website



Consent was granted on appeal on the 25th July 2019 for conversion of the existing pub into a dwelling house following the refusal of application number 18/01006/FL
Plans are available to view via the website and provide the following accommodation over two floors-
Ground Floor
Side entrance hallway, Living room,Dining room,Lounge,Kitchen,Utility Room,Study, Games room and Cloaks room/WC
Master Bedroom Suite, three further bedrooms ( one with en-suite) and family bathroom.
Large double cellar
Car parking and rear garden
It should be noted an application for Possessory Title has been made for the car parking area to the upper side of the property
Viewing: By appointment with Jake Bond: jake@markjenkinson.co.uk; 07715214572



For Sale By Auction | 14:00, 17 October 2019 | Lot -

The Plough, 172 Rice Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 1DG

Guide | £320,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information
A substantial public house premises with planning permission for 40-bed hotel, however would suit a variety of developments (STP).



The property is constructed of traditional red brick with mock tudor elements including a decorative clock tower.
Internally the property is arranged with ground floor bar area, several seating areas and w.c’s with the first floor providing function hall accommodation with bar, seating area, dancefloor and w.c’s.  The property further benefits from a large cellar and loft area.
To the rear of the property lies a surfaced hardstanding car park area with detailed plans for a development for a 40 bed hotel.  The plans include the demolition of the public house and renovation of a four storey, 40 bed hotel with parking facilities. (Planning Ref App No. 17O/2289 - approved 26/11/18 - valid for 3 years).
The total site extends to approx. 0.33 acres.
The property is situated in a prominent position on Rice Lane (one of the main arterial routes leading into Liverpool City Centre from the North), close to Sainsburys and Aldi Supermarkets and other local amenities. Walton Railway Station is within close proximity of the premises.



For Sale By Auction | 14:00, 17 October 2019 | Lot -

St Johns Medical Practice, St. Johns Road, Altrincham, Cheshire, WA14 2NW

Guide | £1,000,000 - £1,200,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information



Two storey semi-detached period building extending to 5,748 sqft (534 m2) currently utilised as doctors surgery of stonework elevations beneath a pitched roof covered with slates. Externally there is a lawned garden area to the front, surfaced parking area to the rear, considered suitable for approximately 20 cars. The property is considered suitable for alternative uses, including residential conversion and other commercial uses subject to the necessary consents being obtained.  Internally the accommodation benefits from period features, a lift to the first floor, central heating and double glazing throughout. A stand alone out building is situated to the rear of the premises, currently used as storage.
The total site area is approximately 0.4 acres.



For Sale By Auction | 12.00pm, 22 October 2019

17-21 Mumps, Oldham, Lancashire, OL1 3TL

Guide | £250,000 - £300,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 0161 925 3254 for more information
Detached Part Tenanted Town Centre Premises Comprising a Gross Internal Area of approximately 12,000sq ft/1,114sq m plus Basement



Situated in the very heart of the proposed Prince’s Gate Development this iconic building has the opportunity to be a major and prominent feature. Providing accommodation over 4 floors plus a basement the property offers the potential to create modern and sought after accommodation in keeping with the surrounding ambitious proposals. The Ground Floor is currently tenanted at a rental of £10,000pa but the remainder of the building is vacant.
The £60 million plans for the area include:
•    28,650sq ft Lidl store
•    68 Room Travelodge
•    Smaller Retail & Office Units
•    Upto 800 Homes & Apartments
•    700 Car Parking Spaces
•    Upgrading of the Metrolink Station
•    Refurbishment of the Former Nat West Building



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 22 October 2019

Buttons Hill Farm, Southminster Road, Althorne, Essex, CM3 6EN

Guide | £600,000 - £650,000 (plus fees)
        Detached Bungalow
        9 Bedrooms
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01702 33 33 99 for more information
A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE TWO ASSOCIATED DWELLINGS WITH UP TO 9 BEDROOMS, TOGETHER WITH 4.1 ACRES AND EQUESTRIAN FACILITIES



Buttons Hill Farm is an appealing set up in semi-rural location. Set on a plot  of approximately 4.1 acres  this pair of properties comprises a large versatile bungalow offering up to 7 bedrooms, a detached two bedroom guest annexe together with grounds and paddocks for equestrian enthusiasts.
Althorne is a sought after waterside village on the edge of the Dengie Peninsular, an area popular with sailing enthusiasts with the waterside town of Burnham on Crouch being approximately 4 miles away. Althorne benefits from a train station (1 Mile) with services to London (Liverpool Street). Local facilities include local shop, post office, public house and recreation ground.
MAIN BUNGALOW
Split level entrance hall
Sitting/Dining Room - 23'1" x 22'4" (7.04m x 6.61m)
Kitchen - 11'9" x 8'6" (3.58m x 2.59m)
Breakfast Room - 15' x 8'1" (4.57m x 2.46m)
Upper Level
Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower room
Six further bedrooms
Two further Bathrooms
GUEST ANNEXE
A two storey building with an open plan kitchen/living area and bathroom/wc on the ground floor and two double bedrooms on the first floor.
Set on a plot of approximately 4.1 acres with driveway leading to the bungalow and annexe. Lawned area with mature trees and shrubs. Large pond, further lawned area and patio. The grazing land has its own access from the road and is divided into two fields , enclosed with post and rail fencing. Detached stable block comprising two stables. Mains water is available in the fields.
Please contact the auctioneers for details of 'open house' viewing dates and times Tel: 01702 333399



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 22 October 2019

The Old Dairy, Chickney Hall, Chickney, Broxted, Dunmow, Essex, CM6 2BY

Guide | £700,000 - £725,000 (plus fees)
        Barn Conversion
        3 Bedrooms
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01702 33 33 99 for more information
A GRADE II LISTED BARN CONVERSION BELIEVED TO DATE FROM THE 17TH CENTURY, OFFERING VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION SET IN GROUNDS OF 2.5 ACRES, WITH A SEPARATE CART LODGE AND LARGE BARN



The Old Dairy is a Grade II listed barn conversion believed to date from the 17th Century, with a heavy oak timber frame and weather boarded elevations under a tiled roof. This charming property offers versatile living accommodation with a superb part-vaulted drawing/dining room with a 22' high ceiling and log burner. There is also a substantial workshop/modern barn approx. 60' x 40' incorporating office space and a cloak/shower room.



Former Public Convenience, Brook Street, St Helens, WA10 1BE

Guide Price: £5,000
The property is located adjacent to Brook Street, opposite St Helens College, with access to the pedestrianized shopping area at Ormskirk Street, in St Helens town centre.
A former public convenience extending to approximately 52.6 sq m (566 sq ft) GIA. The property may be suitable for alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
nterested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: St Helens Council, Contact Centre, Wesley House, Corporation Street, St. Helens, WA10 1HF. Tel: 01744 676 789.



Former Presbyterian Chapel, School Street, Barrow-in-furness, Cumbria, LA14 1EW

Guide Price: £45,000 plus



A former Chapel, understood to date from the 1800's, and most recently used as storage accommodation. The property extends to approximately 385.00 sq m and sits on a site of 0.14 acres and may be suitable for conversation or redevelopment, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Barrow in Furness Borough Council, Development Control, Town Hall, Duke Street, Barrow in Furness, LA14 2LD. Telephone: 01229 876 543. Email: consultplanning@barrowbc.gov.uk



Former Council Premises, Lowerhouse Lane, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 6HU

Guide Price: £60,000 plus
Vacant former Council premises extending to approximately 254.27 sq m (2,737 sq ft) which, at ground floor level comprises a small entrance vestibule leading into a single large room that has been partly partitioned but not up to ceiling height. The lower ground floor comprises various storage rooms, WCs and a plant room. The property would be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Manchester Road, Burnley, BB11 9SA. Telephone: 01282 425011 ext 3291, 3294 and 3297.





Land At Westway/wilfield Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 4AH

Guide Price: £15,000 plus
A parcel of amenity land extending to approximately 0.10 hectares (0.24 acres) with main road frontage but densely planted with trees. It is anticipated that the land could be suitable for development, and/or used for car parking, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Manchester Road, Burnley, BB11 9SA. Telephone: 01282 425011 ext 3291, 3294 and 3297.



Land At Westway/junction Street, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 0LX

Guide Price: £50,000 plus
A roughly triangular shaped parcel of amenity land with main road frontage and a canal side aspect. The site extending to approximately 0.36 hectares (0.88 acres) and it is anticipated that the land could be suitable for development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Burnley Borough Council, Town Hall, Manchester Road, Burnley, BB11 9SA. Telephone: 01282 425011 ext 3291, 3294 and 3297.





Land And Buildings Between 37-47 Ducie Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 2JW

Guide Price: £1,850,000 plus
The site is situated on the corner of Ducie Street and Pigeon Street, neighbouring The Northern Quarter district of the City Centre and just a 10 minute walk from Piccadilly Train Station. The local area has seen a wealth of investment and development in recent years and is now considered one of the most vibrant parts of Manchester. A number of modern commercial and residential developments have either been completed or are undergoing construction locally.
A potential development site believing to extend to approximately 0.059 hectares (0.147 acres) comprising land and derelict buildings. The sale provides a rare opportunity to acquire a prime parcel of City Centre land which could suit a large scale residential development, similar to a number of surrounding and sought after residential apartment schemes, subject to any necessary consents.



Station Hotel, Station Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 4BW

Guide Price: £150,000 plus
The property is situated within Ellesmere Port Town Centre, adjacent to the main railway station and a short walk from a number of amenities available locally. The M53 motorway network is within easy travelling distance whilst nearby Cities of Chester and Liverpool are located approximately 9 miles and 20 miles away respectively. A large scale new build residential development which comprises a number of "build to rent" properties has recently been constructed on nearby Cromwell Road.



A substantial semi detached property comprising a former public house and hotel on a site believing to extend to approximately 0.14 hectares (0.35 acres). The property has obvious re-development potential, subject to any necessary consents. The car park to the side is currently let and producing an annual income of approximately £7,200.



Hill Farm, Littledale Road, Brookhouse, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2 9PW

Guide Price: £800,000 plus
The property is located on Littledale Road, on the edge of the Village of Brookhouse, approximately 7 miles east of Lancaster and 4 miles from Junction 34 of the M6 motorway. The property sits in the Lune Valley within the Forest of Bowland AONB and is also within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
A farm complex comprising original farmhouse, barns and land set in an elevated position, providing a development opportunity with planning consent for conversion and new build to provide five luxury homes including upgrading of the existing farmhouse. The property is set in approximately 0.59 hectares (1.47 acres) with additional land available separately.



Farmhouse: 3 no. bedrooms, 3 no. reception rooms, kitchen, 2 no. bathrooms, garage.
Barn 1: Kitchen-dining-family area with double height lounge, 3 no. en-suite bedrooms, study/bedroom four, bathroom, garage.
Barn 2: 2 no. reception rooms, kitchen, galleried dining hall, 3 no. bedrooms, bathroom, garage.
New Build 1: Galleried hallway, guest suite, utility room, kitchen-dining-family room, living room, master bedroom suite with balcony, 3 no. additional bedrooms, family bathroom, double garage.
New Build 2: Galleried hallway, guest suite, utility room, kitchen-dining-family room, living room, master bedroom suite with balcony, 3 no. additional bedrooms, family bathroom, double garage.
The property benefits from detailed planning consent (18/01419/FUL) for change of use of barn to two dwellings (C3), demolition of existing modern barns and erection of two new dwellings (C3), creation of passing place and erection of bin store. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Lancaster City Council, Town Hall, Dalton Square, Lancaster, LA1 1PJ. Telephone: 01524 582 000.



The Former Clwyd Gate Motel , Llandbedr Dyffryn , Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1YF

Guide Price: £250,000 plus
A freehold site extending to approximately 1.01 hectares (2.5 acres) comprising a former motel and associated car park and grounds. The large motel building has been vacant for a number of years and the whole site represents a potential re-development opportunity, subject to obtaining any of the necessary consents.



The site is considered potentially suitable for re-development, subject to obtaining any of the necessary consents. Interested parties are advised to direct their enquiries to the local authority planning department.



Plot 3, Windham Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL16 2PY

Nil Reserve
THIS LOT WILL BE OFFERED WITH NIL RESERVE Freehold parcel of amenity land approximately 474 sq m (567 sq yds) which is located behind residential houses.



Land Off Hall Lane, Little Lever, Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL3 1BT

Guide Price: £175,000 plus
A roughly triangular shaped parcel of land extending to approximately 1.92 hectares (4.74 acres) with frontage to the A6053 Hall Lane and the Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal. The site lies adjacent to residential development and opposite Little Lever school and is considered suitable for future residential/mixed development, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
We understand the site currently sits within the Green Belt. Our client has made representations, via their appointed advisors, to the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework Consultation process seeking to have the site removed from the Green Belt entirely or to allow for affordable residential development as an exception within the Green Belt, under the 2018 NPPF. Please refer to PWA Planning and NJL Consulting representation documents within the Legal Pack for further details, which include a draft schematic. Representations have also been made to the LPA current review of its Brownfield Register with a view to the sites inclusion. Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Bolton Council, Town Hall, Victoria Square, Bolton, BL1 1RU. Telephone: 01204 333 333.



Former Church, John Street, Haslingden, Rossendale, Lancashire, BB4 5QB

Guide Price: £115,000 plus
A vacant former Church, most recently used as a gym, arranged over ground floor and lower ground floor levels and extending to approximately 400.00 sq m (4,306 sq ft). The property would be suitable for a variety of commercial uses or residential conversion, subject to obtaining the necessary consent.



Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Rossendale Borough Council, The Business Centre, Futures Park, Bacup, OL13 0BB. Telephone: 01706 217 777.



Thatched Cottage, Off Liverpool Road, Cadishead, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M44 5BT

Guide Price: £250,000 plus
A true "chocolate box" 400 year old thatched cottage retaining a number of period features with ample off street parking and a large rear garden. This characterful grade II listed property offers traditional cottage living accommodation including two double bedrooms and has been updated in recent years. The large and private rear garden is a particularly attractive feature.





Former Pumping Station At Dockfield Road, Shipley, West Yorkshire, BD17 7AD

Guide Price: £5,000 To £10,000
Vacant former pumping station on a site approximately 0.11 Ha (0.28 Acres) which may represent a development opportunity subject to the necessary consents.



Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Bradford Metropolitan District Council, Development Services, 4th Floor, Britannia House, Hall Ings, Bradford, BD1 1HX. Tel: 01274 434605