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Land on the South Side of Blind Lane, West Hanningfield, Essex, CM2 8XD

The property is a well stocked fishing lake set on a site of approximately 0.61 acres, the lake takes up just over 50% of the land. Around the lake there are mature trees and bushes which are quite dense in parts although there are part cleared areas. The boundary is made up from part close board fencing, hedgerow and wire fencing.
Guide Price: 50,000 *PLUS FEES

The Village of West Hanningfield is located approximately 5 miles from Chelmsford City. The village benefits from a local public House, a primary school and a village Church.
Interested parties should contact Chelmsford City Council planning department regarding any potential development and proposed use of the land.
Contact: Tel: 01702 311 010

Charterhouse, Manby Park, Manby, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8UT

This Former RAF Base was recently granted change of use planning permission for conversion to 42 apartments. A revised application is pending for 29 apartments. This proposed development will offer a mixture of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Many of the ground floor units have there own external access and some of the apartments will have accommodation over 2 levels. It is considered that the finished properties would be very desirable to owner occupiers due the history and character of the building.
Guide Price: 400,000*PLUS FEES

There are 1 and 2 bedroom apartments converted from period building in neighboring areas that have recently sold for figures between 118,000 to 165,000. Buyers are expected to conduct there own research in order to gain an estimation of the potential Gross Development Value.
Proposed Accommodation
Ground Floor10 x 1 Bedroom Apartments7 x 2 bedroom apartments. The 2 bedroom apartments on the ground floor are split level and therefore some of the accommodation is on the first floor of the building.First Floor9 x 1 bedroom Apartments3 x 2 bedroom apartments2 of the 2 bedroom apartments are split level with some of their accommodation in the roof space.
For further details relating to the current planning application and the proposed development please visit East Lindsey District council website using reference N/113/01285/21.
Viewing:m By appointment with the auctioneers.
Tel: 01702 311010

The Sible Hedingham Billiards and Social Club Crosspath, Station Road, Sible Hedingham, Essex, CO9 3QB

A detached freehold building that is currently been used as a community social club. The property is being sold vacant and it is considered that the building could suit a variety of uses. It is also considered that it may be possible to redevelop the plot to create multiple residential dwellings subject to planning permission and all other necessary consents.
Guide Price: 325,000 PLUS FEES*

The total size of the building is approximately 5545 square feet.
The plot measures approximately 0.32 of an acre. The main brownfield area that occupies the building and car parking measures approximately 145' in depth and 92' in width (as measured by an online mapping service). There have been various residential developments taken place in recent years close to this property and our sellers have received advice from a local architect that is confident that planning permission for multiple residential properties could be considered.
For all planning advice please contact Braintree district council on 01376 557705.
Contact: Tel: 01702 311010

Barns at Princes Halfyards, Stebbing Road, Felsted, Essex, CM6 3LG

The property lies in a secluded rural area with a plot of half an acre, with countryside views, set well off the highway accessed over a private track. The development will offer two 4 bedroom dwellings with accommodation of approximately 178.8 sqm / 1924 sqft each. The vendor considers there is also scope to create a single substantial residential unit one, subject to the necessary consents.
Guide Price: 500,000 PLUS FEES

Proposed Accommodation
Unit 1 - approximately 178.8sqm / 1924 sqftOn the ground floor kitchen, utility, cloakroom with open plan living room dining room.On the first floor family bathroom with 3 bedrooms and master bedroom on en suite.Unit 2 - approximately 178.8sqm / 1924 sqftOn the first floor family bathroom with 3 bedrooms and master bedroom on en suite.On the ground floor kitchen, utility, cloakroom with open plan living room dining room
Uttlesford District Council have confirmed the availability of permitted development rights for the conversion of the building to two residential dwellings. UTT/20/2000/PAQ3.Please refer to the attached planning pack which includes copies of all documentation submitted to Uttlesford Council.Prospective purchasers must make their own enquiries of Uttlesford District Council to ensure that the property meets their expected uses. Consideration may be given to the scope for one single residential dwelling or alternative layout, subject to obtaining the relevant consents.
Existing Premises
The existing barn has been in agricultural use for many years and consists of a steel frame with corrugated wall and roof cladding.
Please contact us for more information
Tel: 01702 311010

11 The Granary, The Quay, Wells-Next-The-Sea

Price: 895,000

This wonderful penthouse in this inspiring conversion of a Victorian Granary is in very fine condition. The Granary itself was converted in 1996, the same year as the commencement of the 999 year lease. There is a lift to the fourth floor, the lower floor of the two comprising this property. A garage and boat store is included in the sale.
There is an annual service charge of approximately 4,000.
The link to this property is:
Fourth floor: Sitting room/dining room/ kitchen, bedroom, shower room.
Fifth floor: Sitting room/office, bedroom, shower room. The garage.

Penyclawdd Court, Llanvihangel Crucorney

Price: 1,300,000

This magnificent Tudor and Stuart manor house takes its name from the Menorial Court which would have been set up here in medieval times. There is a Norman motte and bailey to the north west of the main house that is believed to date back to 1150. The house was substantially remodelled in the early 17th century, changes which now dominate its appearance. Considerable work was carried out by the previous owners who bought the property in the 1980s. The current owners have done more. And there remains yet more to do, particularly in the grounds, and most particularly for the walled garden and the maze. In all approximately six acres, including a two acre paddock.
The Agents note: 'There are low door frames and some restricted height,' 'A public footpath crosses the driveway only, it does not cross the land or gardens.'
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Great hall, cross passage, the White Room, bedroom, bathroom, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, pantry, boiler room, loo. First floor: The Court Room, study, the Oak Room, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, the Granary Room with an en-suite bathroom. another bathroom, Attic: Two attic rooms. Cellar. Outside: Attached to the house, stone barn and carport.

1 Edinmore Drive, Daviot

Offers Over 425,000

No 1 Edinmore was the former chapel to this redevelopment within the Daviot Estate. This redevelopment was completed in around 2004. It has a private garden to the side. The garage is attached, not integrated.
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Vestibule, dining room, sitting room, dining kitchen, hall, bedroom, shower room, utility room, study. First floor: Family room, open void to below, three bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, bathroom. Outside: The attached garage.

Tithe Barn at Sewell Manor, Sewell, Dunstable

Price: 200,000

This tithe barn failed to sell at Auction on 5 August 2021.
"If a property fails to meet its reserve when offered under the hammer, the lot is withdrawn from the sale. The Auctioneer will then invite offers from any interested parties after the auction, ..." The barn requires a huge amount of work, and subject to the necessary planning permission, might now be used in a number of different ways. The Agent advises that, "The building lies within close proximity to a listed building".
The link to this property is:
Approximately 175 square metres.

Chateau, near Agen, Lot-et-Garonne (ref: 64994JV47)

Price: 408,040

This very attractive late 16th century chateau, that now requires work, is set in its own parkland of approximately five acres. It is also liveable in. There are outbuildings, set around a courtyard to the rear. These include the staff accommodation, two stables, a barn, three hen houses and a milking parlour. There is also a stone pigeonnier.
The water to the property comes from a well; there is no central heating.
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Dining room, sun room, sitting room, library, kitchen. loo. First floor: Five bedrooms, two bathrooms. Second floor: Loft space (135m2)

Linton House, Swaffham Bulbeck

Price: 875,000

This lovely house is believed to date back to around 1542. It 'was originally an open Hall House which has been added to over the centuries ...' It has been very well cared for. The floor above the detached garage is currently used as a studio, and, subject to the necessary planning permission, this might now be used in a number of different ways. There is also a further outbuilding that was once used as pottery studio. With the house set close to the street the gardens lie to the rear. The driveway to the side of the house has space for one car.
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Hall, cloakroom, large sitting room, another sitting room, drawing room, kitchen, utility room, conservatory. First floor: four bedrooms, two bathrooms.

Methodist Chapel, Grampound Road, Truro

Price: 150,000

This neat little chapel was built in 1866. To its side is the adjoined and more recently built Sunday school. The rear of the property overlooks the train line. Subject to the necessary planning permission, the whole might now be used in a number of different ways. There is a small grassed area to the front.
The link to this property is:
Porch, The Chapel, the adjoined Sunday school, room, kitchen.

Mill of Syde, Kennethmont

Price: 435,000

This attractive 19th century mill, dating back to around 1870, was converted around thirty years ago. Original elements, such as the furnace, now part of the library, are integrated into this interesting house. The whole, including the burn's waterfall, is set within approximately 1.1 of an acre.
The link to this property is:
Ground floor: Dining room, library (with the original furnace), office, kitchen, utility room, shower room. First floor: Sitting room. Second floor: Two bedrooms, shower room. Third floor: Bedroom. Another 'Third floor': Hall, two bedrooms, bathroom.

Village House, Cherves-Richemont, ref 113368SDU16

Price: 55,000

This attractive stone built house, with a small garden to the rear, requires a huge amount of work. The village of Cherves-Richemont is near Cognac.
Contact: Sarah Dupont - 0033 553 566 254

Gwendreath Farm, Ruan Minor, The Lizard

Price: 600,000

This amazing courtyard of attractive former farm buildings has planning permission for conversion to three dwellings. All the buildings require a huge amount of work. It is not clear how much land is included in the sale. The proposed plans for the three dwellings includes enclosed rear gardens for all three. There is also no mention of any services being currently linked to the buildings.
The link to this property is:
Contact: Philip Martin - 01872 242 244