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Plot 5 on, Canterbury Road, ASHFORD, Kent, TN27 0EY

Guide Price: 10,000




These plots provide the buyer the opportunity to purchase a manageable sized parcel of land. Currently the land is woodland of various species and offers immediate opportunities for leisure, recreational and other uses including woodland management. The proximity of existing residential dwellings just to the south west may help the basis of an application for development however, the land is sold on an unconditional basis and purchasers considering these plots as investment for future development potential are deemed to have relied upon their own enquiries and advice with regard to this.
Contact: 020 8741 9990

Former School Buildings, Norfolk Hill, Grenoside, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Guide Price: 600,000

Outstanding development opportunity, the former of 2 stone Victorian former school buildings standing in 0.258 of a hectare (0.64 of an acre) in the heart of Grenoside Village. Recently lapsed planning consent for 13 apartments
Contact: 0114 276 0151


Former Empire Bingo, Swinton Road, Mexborough, South Yorkshire

Guide Price: 150,000



Former Bingo Hall occupying a prominent Freehold site of 0.11ha (0.27 acre) in the heart of Mexborough and offering potential for variety of uses including redevelopment. (STP)
Contact: 0114 276 0151

Former Primitive Methodist Chapel, East Bank, Winster, Matlock, Derbyshire

Guide Price: 175,000



Outstanding restoration project comprising listed former chapel with planning for a contemporary 4 bed dwelling, located in this sought after historic Derbyshire village
Contact: 0114 276 0151


Alkborough Methodist Church, Front Street, Alkborough, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

Guide Price: 30,000



Former Wesleyan Chapel dating from 1840
Contact: 0114 276 0151


Regent Hotel, 151-152 Victoria Road, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 3BU

Guide Price 350,000+ Plus Fees



The accommodation includes, on the ground floor; Bar and restaurants area, kitchen with stores off, customer wc's, utility room, store/cellar and office.
On the first and second floor; 17 letting rooms, managers flat, 3 shower rooms and a separate wc.
Contact: 01249 765200

Bunker Off Portal Avenue, Watton, Thetford, Norfolk, IP25 6HP

Guide | 200,000 (plus fees)
        Land
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01603 505 100 for more information



Blast proof bunker offering very secure storage set in a fenced site of 1.55 acres.
This 5,300 sq/ft bunker was built in 1990 and commenced operations as a communication uniter station in 1994 attached to RAF Watton. Operations ceased in November 2002. It comprises an above ground bunker of blast proof hardened concrete construction with 1m thick walls and three inch thick high security steel access doors. The main working areas have a ceiling height of almost 10 feet and there is a walk-in vault, several storage rooms and WC area.
Portal Avenue lies off the B1108 upon the eastern edge of the town close to RAF Watton and leads into Elsworthy Close, with the bunker occupying a site at the head of the close overlooking open grassland. Some of the adjoining air base has been sold for residential development with more scheduled for the future.


Former Alphacraft Boatyard, Reeds Lane, St. Olaves, Norfolk, NR31 9HG

Guide | 200,000 - 250,000 (plus fees)
        Marine Property
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01473 558 888 for more information



A former boatyard extending to app. 4.25 acres (stms) with substantial River Waveney frontage
Reeds Lane is home to a number of marine related business and at the far end is this former boatyard offering tremendous rejuvenation potential.
The village of St Olaves is situated some 8 and 9 miles from Great Yarmouth and Beccles respectively and dissected by the River Waveney providing good access to the southern part of the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads.
The property includes two large somewhat dilapidated workshop/storage buildings along with an elevated office/administration building although this was never completed internally.
Externally, the site offers several mooring basins although these are now silted up and somewhat overgrown with reeds, it is however considered there is potential for 150m or so of moorings, possibly more if incorporating finger pontoons.
The site benefits from a relatively recently installed low flood wall which follows an irregular course between the river and buildings and we believe this Lot offers tremendous regeneration potential.


Former Methodist Church, The Street, Little Clacton, Clacton-On-Sea, Essex, CO16 9LG

Guide | 130,000 - 140,000 (plus fees)
        Commercial Property
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01473 558 888 for more information



An attractive Victorian former Methodist Church with off road parking and conversion potential (STPP)
Constructed in 1851, this Methodist Church is now redundant and offers tremendous potential for alternative commercial or residential use, subject to Planning Permission.
The village of Little Clacton is located some 3 and 13 miles from Clacton On Sea and Colchester respectively and is served by a number of outlets for everyday needs.
The property extends to around 1,050 sq ft (97.5 sq m) and is divided into two principle areas, a large worship room with a first floor gallery and an Assembly Hall, these are served by a small kitchen and two WCs.
Outside is tandem parking space for two or three cars which could allow for the creation of a small courtyard garden.

Swan Inn, Swan Road, Worlingworth, Suffolk, IP13 7HZ

Guide | 150,000 - 200,000 (plus fees)
        Pub
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 01473 558 888 for more information



Outstanding opportunity to acquire a vacant Grade II listed Public House in need of modernisation
A historic thatched country pub in an idyllic village location now requiring modernisation and refurbishment. The property which has been empty for a number of years has a wealth of character features including exposed beams and inglenook fireplaces. The property has three main bar areas and a kitchen on the ground floor whilst on the first floor there is generous owners living accommodation with a further attic rooms on the second floor. The property is situated in a generous plot which is also in need of attention.
Worlingworth is a picturesque village approximately 6 miles from Eye and 5 miles from Framlingham.
Ground Floor: Entrance lobby, lounge bar, public bar, restaurant, bar area, cellarage, kitchen
First Floor: Landing, lounge, three bedrooms, bathroom
Second Floor: Attic Room
Outside: Corner plot in need of attention, with outbuilding and parking.


Land And Ruin At Ffair Rhos, Ystrad Meurig, Ceredigion, SY25 5PD

Guide | 60,000 + (plus fees)
        Residential Development
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information



This property is situated on the fringes of the rural settlement of Ffair Rhos which boasts a popular public house.. The larger village of Pontrhydfendigaid lies within some 2 miles of the property with a range of facilities including a village shop and post office, public houses and primary school. The market town of Tregaron with its comprehensive school and wider range of day to day needs is some 15 minutes drive away. Further afield, some 30 minutes drive, is the university town of Aberystwyth.
The ruin is accessed via a gravel track from the country road and has an elevated position enjoying views towards the Cambrian mountains.  Interested parties are advised to undertake their own investigations into the re-instatement of this dwelling with the planning department at Ceredigion County Council.

Fishing Lake, Brongest, Newcastle Emlyn, Ceredigion, SA38 9ET

Guide | 87,000 + (plus fees)
        Land
        Tenure: See Legal Pack
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information



Offered for sale is a Secluded Private Fishing Lake situated on a former Trout Farm. Extending to some 5.7 Acres or thereabouts. The lake benefits from being nestled alongside the River Ceri with approximately 400m fishing rights thereon for the resident Brown Trout. The Ceri is a tributary to the River Teifi, well known for its population of Wild Brown Trout as well as benefiting from Sea Trout runs. The property is now fully Otter fenced with vehicular access along the Eastern bank.
The old Trout Farm Building/useful workshop/office or store building. There is a static caravan on site (daytime use only). are 3 Trout pools, maximum of 10' in the top pool - and the clear water (except for heavy rain) make it ideal for dry fly fishing or nymphing, or fish rearing. 2 pools with a total area of approximately 0.75 Acres. There is a worming pool - extending to 0.41 Acres.
A series of concrete raceways next to the fish farm building. Provides -3 x top channels, Main rearing tank, 4 x bottom channels.
The Fishing Lodge Building
47' 0" x 22' 0" (14.33m x 6.71m) of steel uprights with shuttered concrete walls and box profile cladding and is used as Anglers rest area with Eco toilet.
Static Caravan
32' 0" x 12' 0" (9.75m x 3.66m) - permission allows only daytime use.
The property has approved Planning Consent for use as a fishery/fish farm (a place where fish are bred for commercial purposes, along with the associated lakes, retention of caravan for use as a site office for washing, and toilet facilities in connection with the fishery/fish). Approved by Ceredigion County Council 10th February 2017. Application No: A170071. Further details as regards any alternative use, or leisure development should be conducted via the Local Authority, Ceredigion County Council 01545 570881 (Planning Department)
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