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Auction  Sept 12

Barlow Lees Farm, Barlow Lees, Barlow, Dronfield

    •    Character farmhouse in need of refurbishment
    •    Range of traditional stone farm buildings offering potential for conversion (subject to the necessary consents)
    •    Two parcels of land all of which is situated in a private rural setting
    •    Far reaching countryside views, in total extending to circa 8.02 acres (3.24 ha).
    •    Guide Price: Lot 1 £650,000
    •    Guide Price: Lot 2 £40,000 - £50,000



a character farmhouse in need of refurbishment therewith a range of traditional stone farm buildings offering potential for conversion (subject to the necessary consents) and two parcels of land all of which is situated in a private rural setting with far reaching countryside views, in total extending to circa 8.02 acres (3.24 ha).
Lot 1
Extending in total to circa 4.94 acres (2.00ha) this lot will include the farmhouse, traditional buildings and curtilage therewith the field immediately to the south. The farmhouse requires refurbishment and offers the purchaser the possibility of creating a truly special home, with the adjoining traditional building offering scope for considerable extension if desired, subject to the necessary consents.
In addition, the substantial detached stone barn would seem well suited to conversion, again subject to the appropriate approvals. The land is currently in arable rotation however could be restored to pasture if desired.
Lot 2
As a secondary to Lot 1, this lot comprises 3.08 acres or thereabouts of land with separate roadside access that is currently in arable rotation however offers the successful purchaser the option to restore to pasture creating an ideal sized paddock. The successful purchaser of Lot 1 will be offered the chance to purchase Lot 2 for a fixed price of £50,000.
Residential Accommodation
The two-storey farmhouse occupies a central position in relation to the farmstead. The farmhouse is constructed of rough coursed stone sat atop which is a pitched roof covered with single lapped slate tiles and the front south facing elevation overlooks a private courtyard and garden area, whilst being well positioned in proximity to the farm buildings. Off road vehicular parking for several vehicles is available to the east of the farmhouse.
Contact: 01629 812777



Auction Sept 23

Stacey Bank Farm, Stacey Bank, Loxley, Sheffield

Price: Guide Price £700,000
Contact: 01629 812777
    •    Four bed farmhouse
    •    Range of farm buildings
    •    77.57 acres
    •    Terrific rural position
    •    Offered in 7 lots



A wonderful opportunity to acquire an attractive four-bedroom farmhouse, a range of traditional stone and modern farm buildings together with a total of 77.57 acres (31.39 ha) of land located in a terrific rural position on the boundary of the Peak District National Park yet within six miles of Sheffield City Centre. The property is to be offered in seven lots.
For sale by Public Auction on Monday 23rd September 2019 at 3.00pm.

Offered on the open market for the first time in a generation, Stacey Bank Farm occupies a lovely rural location within the small hamlet of Stacey Bank, offering wonderful views of the Loxley Valley.
The property sits on the boundary of the Peak District National Park, is only ¼ mile from Damflask Reservoir and bounds the River Loxley, yet is just six miles from Sheffield City Centre, and is less than ten miles from the M1.
Stacey Bank is on the outskirts of the suburb of Loxley providing easy access to both the Peak District and Sheffield via Loxley Road (B6077) affording access to a range of facilities, including Meadowhall Shopping Centre, the University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Botanical Gardens. Peak District attractions include Chatsworth House, Derwent Dams and the prospect of a range of outdoor leisure activities. The nearby Damflask Reservoir offers sailing, rowing and coarse fishing together with a number of popular local walks.
The local Loxley Primary School was rated as ‘Outstanding’ in the last (January 2015) OFSTED inspection.
An attractive range of stone built traditional agricultural buildings with blue slate over comprising an L-shaped range with loft over (shown as buildings ‘1’ and ‘2’ on the plan). Whilst used as a farm workshop and hay loft, this building offers tremendous scope for conversion.
The building has some lovely timber roof trusses, a large range of existing external openings and concrete floor together with water and three-phase electricity connected. Subject to the appropriate consents, this building would seem well suited to conversion to residential unit(s), leisure use or ancillary living accommodation.
The external dimensions of the L shaped range are 16.5m x 5.5m and 6.5m x 10.3m all with lofts over, in addition to a single storey stone built monopitch addition with corrugated tin roof over (4.4m x 10m GEA).



Barn at Highfields Farm, Middleton Lane, Stoney Middleton, Hope Valley

Price: Guide Price £150,000 to £180,000
Contact: 01629 812777
For Sale By Public Auction on Monday 23rd September 2019 at The Agricultural Business Centre at 3pm



The barn lies within the Peak District National Park and more particularly to the west of the villages of Stoney Middleton and Calver which between them offer a range of village amenities. The local school feeds into the well-regarded Lady Manners in Bakewell. Furthermore, the property is quite accessible being only 4 miles to the north of the town of Bakewell, 10 miles to the north west of Chesterfield and 11 miles to the south west of the city of Sheffield.
Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, DE45 1AE
The planning consent for the barn is MP/DDD/0219/0127 and consent was granted on the 15th May 2019.



Rope Makers Croft, Litton, Buxton

Price: Guide Price £70,000 to £100,000
    •    A detached barn that has planning consent granted (on appeal) for use as a holiday cottage.
    •    The property includes an adjoining paddock and in total extends to 0.56 acres
    •    The barn is situated on the outskirts of the village of Litton
    •    The property has areas for parking and immediately adjacent is an area of maintained grass
    •    For sale by public auction on Monday 23rd September 2019 at The Agricultural Business Centre, Bakewell, DE45 1AH at 3pm



Local Planning Authority
Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell Derbyshire DE45 1AE.
Planning Appeal Reference
APP/M9496/W/18/3205259. Further details are available on request.
Contact: 01629 812777



Uppertown Farm, Cullumbell Lane, Uppertown, Ashover, Chesterfield

Price: Guide Price £480,000
A rare opportunity to acquire a lovely detached farmhouse in need of refurbishment, a range of traditional and more modern buildings and 2.42 acres of land located in this desirable rural hamlet.
In addition is a neighbouring building and 0.91 acres that is available for a fixed price to the successful purchaser.
For sale by auction on Monday 23rd September 2019.



The property adjoins a substantial stone barn with part loft over (4.85m x 6.85m GIA, ex loft and 3.17m x 2.86m GIA). These buildings offer the prospect of extending the existing living accommodation, or conversion into addition units, subject to the appropriate consents.
Lot 2 - Timber framed agricultural building and 0.91 acres of land
This lot comprises an agricultural building sat in 0.91 acres of grassland.
The building is a two-bay timber frame forage shed with part concrete block walls, and earth floor, together with block built and timber frame lean too’s clad with corrugated sheeting. This building may offer scope for alterative uses, subject to the necessary consents.
This lot is available only to the purchaser of Lot 1 on the fall of the hammer, for a fixed price of £175,000 on auction terms. It is not offered separately.
Contact: 01629 812777



Auction: Sept 9

Aston Water Tower, Aston End Road, Aston, Stevenage, Hertfordshire. SG2 7ED

£60,000 – £65,000 * + FEES
Contact: 01245 205778
Tenancy



The land and structure are currently let to EE and BT for telephone masts. EE hold a commercial lease which is holding over at a current rental of £7,500 per annum. BT have served a Notice to Quit which expires towards the end of 2019 and are currently paying £1,500 per annum.
Local Planning Authority
East Herts Council. Tel: 01279 655261. Website: eastherts.gov.uk



Auction: Sept 10

The Former Methodist Chapel, Ship Lane, Sutton at Hone, Kent. DA4 9EF

Contact: 01622 608400
£100,000 – £110,000 * + FEES
Dartford Borough Council. Tel: 01322 343203. Website: dartford.gov.uk.



Front entrance hall, main chapel measuring 8.2m x 10.2m (26’9″ x 33’4″), rear meeting room measuring 5.48m x 7.2m (17’9″ x 23’6″). Rear entrance hall with kitchen, vestry and W.C.s.



THREE BARNS EACH WITH CONSENT FOR RESIDENTIAL CONVERSION AND FOURTH BARN WITH POTENTIAL

£300,000 – £350,000 * + FEES
Barns, Goose Farm, Chittendens Lane, St Mary In The Marsh, Romney Marsh, Kent. TN29 0DF
Contact: 01622 608400



Planning Permission has been granted by Folkestone & Hythe District Council under two application references, as follows:-
Barns 1 & 2
Planning Reference Y18/0030/PA
Prior Approval, dated 15th February 2019, for change of use and conversion from agricultural to two residential dwellings (C3), subject to conditions.
Barn 3
Planning Reference Y19/0007/PA
Prior Approval, dated 8th July 2019, for change of use and conversion from agricultural to one residential dwelling (C3), subject to conditions.
Copies of the Consents and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson or Folkestone & Hythe District Council website, or inspection at the Auctioneer’s Office.



BUNGALOW WITH POTENTIAL ON A 2.6 ACRE PLOT WITH LARGE BARN AND OUTBUILDINGS
£550,000+ * + FEES
Broomwood Lodge, Maidstone Road, Borden, Sittingbourne, Kent. ME9 7PT



Contact: 01622 608400
Large driveway, off road parking for multiple cars, large barn, outbuildings and surrounding gardens.
Local Planning Authority: Swale Borough Council. Tel: 01795 417850. Website: swale.gov.uk.



BARN WITH PRIOR APPROVAL FOR TWO RESIDENTIAL DWELLINGS

Canterbury Area
GUIDE PRICE
£220,000 – £250,000 * + FEES
01622 608400



Dover District Council have granted Prior Approval Consent, under ref: DOV/17/01254, dated 29th November 2017, for Change of Use from agricultural building to two dwellings, subject to conditions.
A copy of the Prior Approval and proposed plans will be available to download from Dover District Council website, the Clive Emson website or inspection at the Auctioneer’s Office.



THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE AND CHURCH HALL WITH POTENTIAL

Hythe & Romney Marsh Areas
GUIDE PRICE: £280,000 – £300,000 * + FEES
An attractive building situated on the northern side of Seabrook Road. It is believed to have originally been built at the end of the 19th Century as a school, more recently having been used as a main hall/workshop. Adjacent to the hall is a three-bedroom property known as The Caretaker’s House now in need of improvement and refurbishment. The majority of the windows are double glazed.
The main hall/worship space may be suitable for conversion to residential, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable. Alternatively, the entire site may be suitable for re-development, again subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.



Local Planning Authority
Folkestone & Hythe District Council. Tel: 01303 853278. Website: folkestone-hythe.gov.uk.
Caretaker’s House
Ground Floor
Side entrance, entrance hall, secondary door into main hall, living room with a double glazed square bay window, dining room and kitchen with walk-in store.
First Floor
Landing, three bedrooms, bathroom and separate W.C.



FIRE DAMAGED DETACHED FARMHOUSE & GARAGE IN ALMOST HALF AN ACRE

Dover Area
GUIDE PRICE
£150,000+ * + FEES





Auction Sept 11th
This parcel of land is situated beside residential properties on the outskirts of the village of South Nutfield, Redhill. Depicted by steel gates with a dropped kerb, rights of access are provided by an overgrown track off Kings Cross Lane (shown hatched brown on the Location Plan).
Currently amenity land it may be suitable for alternative uses, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.



We understand that this land has several fly grazing horses resident and that all the necessary legislation has been adhered to determine ownership of the horses with appropriate notices served, however to date the rightful owner of the horses have yet to be determined. For further information please refer to the Control of Horses Act 2015.
Local Planning Authority
Tandridge District Council. Tel: 01883 722000. Website: www.tandridge.gov.co.uk.



£600,000 – £650,000 * + FEES

Crows Nest, Duddleswell, Uckfield, East Sussex. TN22 3JJ

Contact: 01273 504232
Accessed via a shared driveway the main building comprises four independent residential units over three floors. The first, known as ‘The Crowcote’, has undergone refurbishment work and now provides first floor living accommodation with ground floor entrance and bathroom. The remaining units within this block now require some modernisation and repair. Also in need of some refurbishment work is the fifth unit, which is separate to the main building, and known as ‘The Dovecote’.
Surrounded by established gardens and with direct access into Ashdown Forest the Crows Nest has an original stone pond, miniature maze and viewing platform/sun terrace, which is in need of repair. There is also a well room that is designed to take water from the well to irrigate the surrounding garden.



Once all refurbishment work has been carried out the site would be an ideal investment opportunity for holiday lets, AirBnB or longer term rentals.
It is also considered that the property holds great potential for future conversion to reduce the overall number of residential units to create a larger single residential dwelling with associated annexe, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
Duddleswell is located 4.5 miles west of Crowborough and 5.5 miles north of Uckfield and forms one of the many villages surrounded by the forest.



WOODLAND AND PADDOCK WITH OUTBUILDINGS

£100,000+ * + FEES
The Platt, Beechwood Lane, Cooksbridge, Lewes, East Sussex. BN8 4SP
Contact: 01273 504232
The land comprises just under three acres of woodland with vehicular access from Beechwood Lane, two shepherds huts, timber framed outbuildings and eight acres of paddock on level ground with downland views. The site has access to mains water and electricity with one of the shepherds huts also connected and fitted with a sink and wood burning stove. Cooksbridge is situated between Barcombe and Lewes with the property located on Beechwood Lane just off the A275.



Lewes, with its comprehensive shopping facilities and mainline railway station, is situated just under three miles to the south with excellent road links via the A26 and A27 linking all surrounding areas.
Site Measurements
The site extends to just over 4.04 hectares (10 acres).



£250,000 – £275,000 * + FEES

Tifters Barn, The Street, Charlwood, Horley, Surrey. RH6 0BY

Contact: 01273 504232
Planning Permission was granted by Mole Valley District Council under Ref: MO/2014/1184PLA, dated 14th October 2014, for conversion of existing barn into separate four bedroom dwelling. It is understood that planning has been lawfully implemented and now lasts in perpetuity.



A copy of the Planning Consent and proposed plans will be available to download from the Clive Emson website or for inspection at the Auctioneer’s office.
The site extends to 0.61 hectares (1.52 acres).



Auction Sept 12th
£375,000 – £425,000 * + FEES

Jasmine House, Bosworlas, St Just, Penzance, Cornwall. TR19 7RQ

Contact: 01736 363816



Opportunities such as this rarely come to the market! A quite stunningly situated detached character cottage tucked away in the enchanting Upper Cot Valley. Approached via its own private driveway Jasmine House is set in over six acres of Cornish countryside containing woodland, orchard, stream and a variety of outbuildings.
The property dates back to the mid-19th Century and offers well-proportioned accommodation which now requires a programme of refurbishment.
An assortment of outbuildings in varying degrees of repair including two substantial greenhouses, Nissen style barn, garage and store buildings.




(This is a repeat listing.)



john francis

SILOH CHAPEL, 36A OLD ROAD, NEATH, SA11 2BU

GUIDE PRICE CIRCA £130,000
Contact: 0126 722 1554
Siloh Chapel built Circa 1879, full of charm and character with some fantastic original features which are retained within the building. This versatile property offers open plan living accommodation and works are currently ongoing to create 4 individual bedrooms. On entering the building a double staircase leads to the gallery on both sides, with original flooring, organ and pulpit. There is a functional kitchen and bathroom in a single storey extension at the rear and a garden. EER: TBC





SVA 19th Sept

ROSNEATH DSR, THE CLACHAN, ROSNEATH, G84 0RL

Redundant Tank in Rural Location – 0.1 Ha. (0.25 Acre.)
The site, which has not been inspected by SVA Property Auctions Ltd, lies on an east facing hillside and comprises a redundant concrete raised tank extending to approx. 13.8m x 11.6m, situated within a site extending to approx. 32.5m x 31.2m. The site is bounded by a 2m high mesh fence and immediately surrounded by mature trees and scrub. The site lies within a rough grazing area and prospective purchasers are advised to check the position regarding access and boundaries outlined in the title pack which can be obtained from the seller’s solicitors.
Planning & Building Standards, Argyll and Bute Council, Kilmory, Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8RT Tel: 01546 605518 Text: 07860 023933.



Contact: 0131 624 6640



For Sale By Auction | 3.00pm, 27 September 2019 | Lot 4B

Hunger Hill Barn, Hunger Hill, East Stour, Dorset, SP8 5JR

Guide | £50,000 - £75,000 (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
Call the team on 01258 473766 for more information



A stone barn with planning permission to convert to a 3 bedroom dwelling.
Planning ref: 2/2019/0033/FUL



For Sale By Auction | 3.00pm, 27 September 2019 | Lot 7

7 The Bartons, Enmore Green, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7 8LN

Guide | £250,000 (plus fees)
        Cottage
        3 Bedrooms
        Tenure: freehold
Call the team on 01258 473766 for more information



A charming Grade II Listed 3 bedroom cottage in a premier location with far reaching views and close to the town centre.



For Sale By Auction | 3.00pm, 27 September 2019 | Lot 9

Chapel House, Dorchester Road, Maiden Newton, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 0BG

Guide | £120,000 (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
        Tenure: freehold
Call the team on 01258 473766 for more information



Former Chapel with development potential for 2 flats or a single dwelling (stpp). Parking outside for two small cars.



For Sale By Auction | 3.00pm, 27 September 2019 | Lot 11

Boat Deck, Castle Cove, Old Castle Road, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8QE

Guide | £50,000 (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
        Tenure: freehold
Call the team on 01258 473766 for more information



A boat storage park and land fronting Portland Harbour providing safe landing and mooring for craft of all kinds.



The Officer's Billet, Buxbury Farm, Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, SP3 5NL

Guide | £50,000 (plus fees)
        Property For Sale
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01258 473766 for more information
A dilapidated WWI officer's billet set in 0.34 of an acre with stunning views towards the Sutton Mandeville badges.