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Newstead Farm, Quarry Street, Liverpool L25 6DY

A rare opportunity to acquire a Freehold character Grade II listed Sandstone farm house sat on a rectangular shaped plot of approximately 0.66 acres.
The property comprises a 6 bedroomed two storey former farm building fronting onto Quarry Street and constructed around a central courtyard.



There is potential to upgrade and convert the barn areas to form additional habitable living accommodation, either as part of an enlarged single dwelling or as one or more new dwellings, subject to any relevant consents.
In addition there is also potential for the construction of a new additional dwelling in the western part of the site, using the existing access driveway from Quarry Street which would be shared with the existing builldings.
Contact: 0151 207 6315



Park Lodge, 28 New Chester Road, Wirral, Merseyside CH62 5AB

A rare opportunity to acquire a Freehold Tudor Style 19th Century Grade II listed detached Character property steeped in centuries of history. The property was constructed in 1903 and was originally commissioned by Lord Leverhume as the rural Town Hall.
The property was used in the past for over 20 years as a Restaurant/Tea Room with function rooms above and is now vacant and would be suitable for a number of uses, to include residential accommodation, offices, or conversion back to a Cafe, subject to any necessary repair and modernisation works and consents. It was previously granted permission for a dine in and take out food café.



The property benefits from the original old beams, central heating, off road parking to the side for 10/12 cars and gardens.
Contact: 0151 207 6315



Criccieth Railway Station, Station Square, Criccieth, Gwynedd LL52 0RW

Guide: £200,000
A development opportunity consisting of former railway station buildings along with a 2/3 bedroom dwelling which are in need of a full upgrade and refurbishment scheme or demolition. The site would be subject for a number of uses subject to gaining the necessary consents.



Outline planning permission was granted in 2007 to demolish the exisiting buildings and erect 4 semi detached houses with parking which has since lapsed.
Contact: 0151 207 6315



For Sale By Auction | 6.30pm , 15 May 2019 | Lot 9

Haltemprice Priory Farmhouse, Abbey Lane, The Parkway, Willerby, East Yorkshire, HU10 6BE

Guide | £75,000 - £100,000 (plus fees)
        Barn Conversion
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0845 400 9900



AN HISTORIC BUILDING RESTORATION PROJECT SET WITHIN OPEN COUNTRYSIDE.
Unique in terms of its character, condition and location, this property comprises a Grade II* Listed Building in an open countryside setting which includes its own surrounding grounds of around two acres,  The former farmhouse has origins as an Augustinian Priory and is therefore of historical importance as a result of which the site is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument.  The building has become derelict and is a major restoration and building project, with planning approval to rebuild the property and create a unique and outstanding dwelling of over 3,800 square feet.
The Priory stands amidst open farmland that separates the settlements of Cottingham and Willerby within the Haltemprice area, about four miles north west of the centre of Hull.  It is accessed from Willerby, Abbey Lane being a gated unmade track heading north east from the dead end of The Parkway highway, the property being about 700 yards along the lane on the left.  The village of Willerby is well situated for access to both Hull City Centre and the A63/M62 motorway link, Humber Bridge and the town of Beverley. Good local shopping including a Waitrose supermarket, public transportation and local schooling are all provided in the vicinity.

Full planning permission was granted on 29 October 2018 for reconstruction and extension to the former dilapidated Grade II* farmhouse to form a new dwelling. East Riding of Yorkshire Council ref no DC/18/02063/PLF/WESTES. Copies of the consent and approved plans are available on the Council planning portal and in the auction pack available from the auctioneers. An Historic England guide for owners of scheduled monuments is also available from the auctioneers.



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 15 May 2019 | Lot 3

The Former Stables, Caerphilly Road, Bassaleg, Newport, NP10 8LE

Guide | £75,000 + (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184
Grade II Listed, stone built, single storey, semi detached property -  60 m2 (654 sqft) Gross Internal. Listed building consent for change of use of a stable block to a Class A2 Commercial Unit was granted in 2009. Application number - 09/0993. For further information please contact Newport City Council.
Located in the sought after area of Bassaleg on Caerphilly Road (A468) in-between The Tredegar Arms Public House and The Cottage Tea Rooms.



Viewing Schedule
Tuesday 30th April 11.00-11.30
Thursday 2nd May 11.00-11.30
Tuesday 7th May 11.00-11.30
Thursday 9th May 11.00-11.30
Buyer's Premium - £900 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.



For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 15 May 2019 | Lot 18

The Woodridge Inn Hotel, Wooden, Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire, SA69 9DY

Guide | £720,000 + (plus fees)
25 Bedrooms
Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184



Selling due to retirement.
An opportunity to acquire a 17 bedroom hotel each room with en-suite with a four bedroom staff area, three bedroom managers cottage, bar/restaurant and separate chalet on a site of approximately 1.5 acres.
Located on the A478 just over 2 miles to the north of Saundersfoot and 3.5 miles north west of Tenby which are two of Wales most visited holiday destinations and form part of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park.
The property has been maintained to a high standard and benefits from a biomass heating system which forms part of the sale and is free of finance generating an income of approximately £10,000 per annum.
Full accounts are available by request.



Throop Road, Templecombe, Somerset, BA8

Guide price £175,000
Property features
• Barn with PP to create a three bedroom home
• Garden and parking
• Rural views
• Close to village and train station
• Situated on a quiet no through road
A stone barn with planning permission for a two storey 4 bedroom home in a convenient rural position.
 


The barn at Middle Throop Farm are of stone and brick built barns, set in this idyllic rural position close to Templecombe on a quiet no through road.
The barn has full planning permission for an individual 3 bedroom with private parking and a garden. A copy of the full planning permission can be found on South Somerset's planning website under reference number 18/01488/FUL.
Contact: 01935 475000



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.
Contact: 01271 322833



Combe Park Lane, Lynton, Devon, EX35

Offers in excess of £350,000 | 5 bedrooms | 1.0 acres

• Detached Period Farmhouse
• Requires Complete Renovation
• Adjacent Period Barn
• Further Period Barn/Workshop
• Further Collapsed Period Barn
• Large CGI Barn/Workshop
• Stabling & Yard. 1 Acre Land
• 3 Bedroom Static Caravan
• Sheltered, Secluded Location
• At End of No Through Lane



Often sought, seldom found - A detached period farmhouse requiring complete renovation together with adjacent period barn, other period & more modern buildings & optional 3 bedroom static home in timeless, tranquil, secluded & sheltered position within Exmoor National Park. Tender date 3rd May
A HIDDEN GEM IN1 ACRE
Contact: 01271 322833



Throop Road, Templecombe, Somerset, BA8

Guide price £175,000
• Barn with PP to create a three bedroom home
• Garden and parking
• Rural views
• Close to village and train station
• Situated on a quiet no through road
A stone barn with planning permission for a single storey 3 bedroom home in a convenient rural position.
 


The barn at Middle Throop Farm are of stone and brick built barns, set in this idyllic rural position close to Templecombe on a quiet no through road.
The barn has full planning permission for an individual 3 bedroom with private parking and a garden. A copy of the full planning permission can be found on South Somerset's planning website under reference number 18/01488/FUL.
Contact: 01935 475000
 


New Street, Plymouth, PL1

Offers in excess of £150,000
• Planning Permission for Three Bedroom Dwelling
• Located in the Beautiful Historical Barbican
• Close Proximity to Many Stunning Waterside Restaurants and Bars
A unique opportunity to create a new home in Plymouth's historic quarter. Planning Permission for Three Bedroom Dwelling. Located in the Beautiful Historical Barbican. Close Proximity to Many Stunning Waterside Restaurants and Bars.
 


Idyllically located at the southern corner of New Street with Friars' Lane in the historic Barbican Conservation Area. This is one of Plymouth's most sought-after locales, and represents a fine lifestyle investment, making this a charming and popular place to set up home in the Ocean City. The lush green spaces of the Hoe, are a short stroll away, for those that enjoy walking the South West Coast Path is nearby.
Contact: 01752 223933