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Halfway to Heaven, Gamrie, Banff, United Kingdom, AB45 3ES

Price: 230,000

Fantastic conversion of the former Gamrie Parish Church. It is set within its own approximately 1.5 acres of garden, overlooking the churchyard and open views beyond.




Ground floor: Enclosed porch, Open sitting room/dining room, two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen/dining room, family room, larder, loo, laundry room, boiler room, accessed from outside.
First floor: five bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, three with en-suite shower rooms. linen cupboard.
Outside: There is a static caravan to the rear.

Contact: 01224 971 110



The Old Chapel, Pentney

Price: 350,000
Built in 1931 this former Methodist chapel has been converted by the current owners. There is a bedroom and a bedroom/snug on the ground floor, along with a bathroom. The gardens lie to the south and west. There is also 'ample' parking.



Ground floor: Entrance hall, vaulted sitting room, kitchen/dining room, utility room, bedroom, snug/bedroom, bathroom.
First floor: Two bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room.

Contact: 01328 730 500



Green Den, Dunnotter, Stonehaven, United Kingdom, AB39 3XU

Price: 550,000

Interesting sandstone house that was built by George Gregory in 1900. It has many of its original elements and requires no work. It is being sold with a garage and outbuildings allset in approximately two acres of gardens and grounds.
The brooding and atmospheric Dunnotter Castle overlooks the sea nearby.



Ground floor: Entrance vestibule, reception hall, sitting room (currently used as a music room), dining room/family room, dining kitchen, pantry, sun room, rear hall, utility room, library, cloakroom, three bedrooms, bathroom. First floor: Landing, three bedrooms, playroom. Outside: The wash house, wood store, garage, loo and coal shed.

Contact: 01224 971 110



Brechin Castle, West Lodge, Brechin Castle , BRECHIN, United Kingdom, DD9 6SG

Price: 3,000,000

Brechin Castle commands a picturesque position, standing on a massive bluff of rocks on the north bank of the river South Esk, on the site of a much older fortress.



The present house was built in 1711 to the designs of James Baine and, subsequently, Alexander Edward, though it incorporates parts of the original castle dating back to the 13th century and it has been owned by the same family for 250 years.
The main castle is listed Category A and the property has had a role in several significant events in Scottish history. The old castle was captured by Edward I in 1303 following a three-week standoff led by Sir Thomas Maul. It was forfeited after James Maule, the fourth and last Earl of Panmure, supported the 1715 Jacobite rising. Panmure escaped to the Continent and his brother, Harry, was later allowed to retrieve the family properties, including Brechin Castle.
It is an enormous property, with eight reception rooms, a staggering 16 bedrooms and ten bathrooms.
The castle has a renowned 13-acre walled garden, thought to date from 1777, which is reached from Brechin Castle by woodland paths through banks of vibrant colours of azaleas and rhododendrons in Spring and comes with 70 acres of land. As well as the main castle, the sale includes two gate lodges and three further estate houses and cottages.

Contact: 0131 247 3720



Woodcroft, Herrings Lane, King's Lynn, United Kingdom, PE31 8DW

Price: 760,000

Obscured in its own luscious and overgrown vegetation this detached cottage appears to date back to the 1830s. It now requires a huge amount of work. The Agents are suggesting the option for its demolition and replacement, subject to the necessary planning permission.



Ground floor: Entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, side lobby, sitting room. First floor: Landing, with access to the roof space, three bedrooms, bathroom, separate loo. The whole is set in its own plot of approximately 0.266 of an acre. There is an attached garage included in the sale.

Contact: 01328 730 500



Barlborough Old Hall, Derbyshire , United Kingdom, S43 4ES

Price: 700,000



Designation: II*, B (Scotland) or B+ (Northern Ireland)
A beautiful H-shaped manor house built around 1600, with many of the original features including fireplaces, stone door surrounds, lime ash floors and four plaster overmantles. Currently owned by a SPAB member who is keen to find a sympathetic new owner.

Contact: 01246 380414



2 & 4 Rue du Fort, Bellac, France, 87300

Price: 210,000



Two 15th-century cottages in a picturesque town in central France, with views over the Vincou valley
No. 2
Set over three floors with four bedrooms, large kitchen/dining room, sitting room with wood burning stove and two bath/shower rooms. The property is heated via a large, modern and efficient 'Godin' woodburning stove and electric storage radiators.
There is a small walled terrace to the rear facing south-west with wonderful views over the Vincou valley and the railway viaduct.
No. 4
The house has original front door and 15th century oak spiral staircase with original treads. With four bedrooms, kitchen and sitting room with limestone canopied fireplace and Juliet balcony overlooking the Vincou valley. Two bath/shower rooms and fine views over the church and towards the adjacent village of Saint-Sauveur. Heated by woodburning stoves and newly-installed electric storage radiators.

Contact: bellac25@gmail.com



Ashleworth Manor, White End, Ashleworth, United Kingdom, GL19 4LA

Price: 1,650,000



Gorgeous house dating back to the 12th century. "It is believed that the house was the simmer residence of the Abbot of St. Augustine's at Bristol, now Bristol Cathedral. His order of Augustine Canons owned the whole manor of Ashleworth, it having been donated to the Abbey much earlier by the Earl of Berkeley in the 12th Century. The discovery in 2015 by a metal detectorist of a Papal Bulla in the manor garden helps cement this belief." The chimneys were inserted/added in the 15th century. The most recent addition is te wing added in 1903. The house is in fine condition, however, and subject to the necessary planning permission, the attics might now be integrated into the main accommodation. It is being sold with gardens and grounds of approximately 10.25 acres. The link to this property is: http://www.andrew-grant.co.uk/property-details-COU190009

Contact: 01905 734 735



Church Farm, Elmbridge, United Kingdom, WR9 0DA

Price: 1,395,000

Very attractive Georgian house, being sold with a cottage and its outbuildings. Subject to the necessary planning permission these might now be used in a number of different ways. Gardens, and grounds, including woodland and a paddock, of 'just over' 5 acres.
The link for this property is: http://www.andrew-grant.co.uk/property-details-COU170371



Ground floor: Hallway,reception hall, cloak room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sitting room, drawing room. Adjoined, but not integrated: Church Farm Cottage: Sitting room, kitchen, dining hall. First floor: Two landings, two bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms, one with a dressing room and a terrace, another bedroom/study, (Not on the plans): Two bedrooms, one currently used as storage by the main house, bathroom. Second floor: Landing, four bedrooms, shower room. Cellar: Wine cellar and boiler room. Outside: The two outbuildings, the stables and garage with loft above: Groiund floor: 854 sq ft. First floor: 450 sq ft. The barn: Ground floor: 589 sq ft. First floor: Currently an office and a games room: 612 sq ft.

Contact: 01905 734 735



Upper Bean Hall, Church Road, Bradley Green, United Kingdom, B96 6RN

Price: 1,175,000



Striking timber framed house, which is part moated. Along with a detached garage the former coach house is also included in the sale. In all approximately 6.84 acres.
The link to this property is: http://www.andrew-grant.co.uk/property-details-COU160217
ACCOMMODATION: Ground floor: Hall, study, snug, sitting room, store, inner hall, laundry room, sitting room, drawing room. And, via a passageway: dining/kitchen, with the attached, but not integrated, barn/stables. First floor: Landing, three bedrooms, bathroom, another landing, another shower room.

Contact: 01905 734 735



Tarry Barn, Daglingworth, Cirencester, United Kingdom, GL7 7AG

Price: 900,000

Converted from a barn in 1981, this interesting house might now benefit from some work. There is a garage and a workshop included in the sale. It is being sold with a garden and a terrace.



Ground floor: Family room, breakfast area, kitchen, utility room, music room, sitting room, snug, cloakroom.
First floor: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms.
Outside: Garage, with attached boiler room and oil store.

Contact: 01285 653 334



Middlefield Manor, The Street, Barton Mills, United Kingdom, IP28 6AW

Price: 750,000

This nice house has been most recently used as a residential care facility for The Autistic Society. It was built in around 1745 and was formerly known as Barton Hall. Subject to the necessary planning permission it might now be used in a number of different ways. It is set within its own 3.5 acres of gardens and grounds.



Ground floor: 4,370 sq ft
First floor: 3,329 sq ft
Second floor: 1,014 sq ft.

Contact: 01284 769 999



Carpenter's Workshop, The Street, Cavenham, United Kingdom, IP28 6DA

Price: 295,000



This very large carpenter's workshop has planning permission for conversion to a residential dwelling.
The Agents note: 'The other existing farm buildingsclose by are currently unused and it is the intention of the owner to seek further residential planning in this area in the coming years.'
Water, electricity and drainage are believed to be close by.

Contact: 01284 769 999



St Andrews Church, Thurso

Price: 50,000




This large Victorian church first opened its doors to worshippers in 1871. It has most recently been used as a joiner's workshop and funeral director's premises. It requires a huge amount of work. Subject to the necessary planning permission, it might now be used in a number of different ways. There is an area for parking and a triple block garage included in the sale.

Contact: 01847 896 177



The Old Methodist Chapel, Flash, Quarnford, United Kingdom, SK17 0SW

Price: 364,950



This fine Georgian building is believed to have been originally built in 1784, and then reconstructed [as the chapel, as per its name ?] in 1824. It has benefitted from very considerable work done by the current owners. There is a patio garden included in the sale, and parking for two cars.

Ground floor: Entrance hall, living area, dining area, study area, breakfast kitchen. First floor: Landing, upper seating area, open area over ground floor, galleried landing office, two bedrooms, bathroom. Lower ground floor: Two bedrooms, shower room, utility room, store room.

Contact: 01629 812 777



Bledisloe House, Coates, Cirencester, United Kingdom, GL7 6NH

Price: 9,250,000



Situated in landscaped parkland and with extensive outbuildings, tennis court and two cottages. The house boasts five bedrooms and five principal reception rooms. This imposing house has undergone significant recent remedial work including the replacement of the roof. The listing states: 'originally an C18 house enlarged c1919-25 by the re-erection of most of Hams Hall (from near Birmingham), during which period Ernest Barnsley worked on the house.'

Contact: 020 7016 3825




Address: Merrivales Lane, Bloxham, United Kingdom, OX15 4ER

Price: 575,000
According to the listing this was once three cottages, which now form a spacious family home with three reception rooms, six bedrooms and a workshop. Set in a spacious garden in a pretty village in North Oxfordshire. List description: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1374863

Contact: 01295 228 000



Rothes Glen House, Rothes, Abelour, United Kingdom, AB38 7AQ

1,100,000 -- Relisted



Fairytale Baronial Hall, designed by Alexander Ross and built in 1893. This "wonderful, towered baronial confection" was used as a shooting lodge before the Second World War, and then after this,by Gordonstoun School. It has more recently been used as a country house hotel. Since 2004 it has been reinstated as the fine single residence it was originally intended to be. It is being sold with approximately 9.3 acres of gardens and grounds.

Contact: 01356 628 628



12 Brook Park, Briggsworth, Whitby, United Kingdom

Price: 395,000 -- Relisted



Dating back to 1832 Brook Park was built by Francis Pickernell, who rebuilt the Whitby Piers. Designed the Swing Bridge and designed and built the lighthouse on the West Pier. It is the detached cottage to this property that is for sale. It might now benefit from some work. It is built of the dark Aislaby stone, has Gothic arched windows, a 'secret' room above the breakfast room, and is surrounded by its own gardens.

Contact: 01947 821 122



The Hovel, Ludgershall, Duck Lane, Aylesbury, United Kingdom, HP18 9XZ

Price: 400,000



This building is being advertised as 'medieval'. In fact it's only 200 years old, but its interest is enormous. It would greatly benefit from purchase by a SPAB member who understands its importance. Research and dendrochronology have shown the house to date from around 1812. It's an exceptional rare survival of a little-altered squatter's cottage, probably built by its occupant. Thousands were constructed but very few now survive. It also has an extremely unusual solid-thatched roof - the only surviving example in the UK on a domestic building known to the Society's Director. 'Solid thatch' has no roof void or rafters, instead layers of brushwood lie beneath the outer coat of thatch. In addition, it has the most rudimentary form of timber framing, with posts set directly into the earth. It is listed grade II but should be grade I. The property has two bedrooms, gardens of approximately 0.23 acres, and a summerhouse.

Contact: 01296 336227



For Sale By Auction | 2:30pm, 07 August 2019 | Lot 9

Telephone Exchange Adj. to, 188 Barton Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU3 2BE

Guide | 65,000+ (plus fees)
        Residential Development
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01234 362899
Set well back from the Barton Road within a plot of approximately 364 sq. m. (80 ft. x 30 ft.) a detached building which offers excellent scope to enlarge, convert or replace, subject to any necessary planning consents.



This detached brick built former telephone exchange is set back from the sought after Barton Road and is reached via a long driveway which forms part of the property. Surrounding the plot are residential homes and in front are two double width garages for the neighbouring pair of semi detached houses.
Open House Viewings:
Thu 25 Jul: 13:30 - 14:00
Sat 27 Jul: 14:00 - 14:30
Wed 31 Jul: 13:30 - 14:00