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Plots C, D, E and F at, Ashgrove Road, SEVENOAKS, Kent, TN13 1SU


Adjoining and opposite existing residential dwellings this site lies off the south side of Ashgrove Road which lies to the south of Sevenoaks centre. Sevenoaks lies just off the A21 between Chipstead and the M25 to the north and Tonbridge to the south. The centre of Sevenoaks provides a good range of shopping facilities with a selection of both national retailers and more local specialist outlets. It is also provides a good range of recreational facilities together with outdoor recreational pursuits available within the immediately surrounding countryside. This is a popular commuter location that not only benefits from good road links but also, the rail station at Sevenoaks provides direct and fast regular services to London Charing Cross with a journey time of some 35 minutes.
This is a plot of woodland of various species and offers a fantastic opportunity to acquire land suitable immediately for a range of uses or pursuits that clearly include leisure, possibly a weekend camping “retreat” or similar. Given the immediate proximity to existing dwellings buyers may wish to consider future development prospects on the sites , certainly an eco-style dwelling set within the plot would create a fabulous dwelling however , this would be subject to all the usual necessary consents. Buyers considering future development prospects are deemed to rely on their own planning enquiries.
Total site area: 1.34 acre

Chapel at Twerton Cemetery , Bellotts Road, Bath, Avon, BA2 3RT

The property is situated within the fringes of Twerton cemetery on Bellotts Road, situated to the west of Bath’s historical city centre. Public transport links include Oldfield Park mainline rail station (providing links to London
Paddington, Bristol, Cardiff and the South Coast) together with a network of local bus services serving the surrounding vicinity. Road links include the A36, A4, A46 and M4 / M5 motorways. Shopping amenities can be found locally within Twerton with an extensive range of shops, bars and restaurants being found in Bath city centre. Recreational pursuits can be found locally at the open spaces of Brickfields Park and recreation Ground, within the historical city centre, along the River Avon or the surrounding countryside.
A detached former cemetery chapel comprising the main chapel with adjoining storage building.
Main chapel: approx. 7.4m x 4.6m (max height approx.4.4m)
Annex storage: approx. 3.7m x 2.5m
The property may be suitable for a variety of uses or development – subject to necessary consents and purchasers must rely upon their own enquiries in this respect

Building at Locksbrook Cemetery, Upper Bristol Road, BATH, Avon, BA1 3DQ
Price: £5,000

The property is situated within the cemetery (south east corner), located off the Upper Bristol Road (A4) between its junction’s with Locksbrook Road and Shaftesbury Avenue. Public transport links include Oldfield Park mainline rail stations (providing links to London Paddington, Bristol, Cardiff and the South Coast) together with a network of local bus services serving the surrounding vicinity. Road links include the A36, A4, A46 and M4 / M5 motorways. Shopping amenities can be found locally with an extensive range of amenities found in Bath city centre.
A former tool and storage utility building on the fringes of Locksbrook Cemetery.

Plot H at, Westbury park, PETERSFIELD, Hampshire, GU32 1HY
Price: £25,000

These three parcels of land offer an excellent opportunity for a purchaser to acquire excellent amenity land and / or invest in land that may hold future potential. Each plot comprises a manageable parcel of land accessed via a right of way leading off Coombe Lane. At the time of sale the land is managed by a tenant farmer and buyers should refer to the legal pack and special conditions of sale as to possession at or following completion. The land is sold on an unconditional basis and purchasers considering future
development potential are deemed to rely on their own enquiries.

Bronant Chapel, Bronant, Ceredigion, Dyfed, SY23 4TG

Price: £35,000
Contact: 020 8741 9990

A former detached Methodist chapel of stone wall construction set beneath a pitched slate roof. The chapel has a large central arched window flanked by two smaller windows above each porch, with three tall arched windows to both side elevations. The chapel has high ceilings and retains many original features.
Ground floor: Inner porch, Chapel of approximately 16.4m x 10.5m, with fitted pews, pulpit and raised platform area.
Outside: Forecourt
This former detached Methodist chapel is situated within a predominantly residential area and may be suitable for a number of alternative uses including residential conversion subject to the usual and necessary planning permission and consents. Prospective purchasers must rely on their own enquires in this respect.


Former Health Centre – 460 sq.m Building on 0.08 Ha (0.2 Ac) Site

The site is largely rectangular in shape and was occupied as a Heath Centre until 2019. Its building occupies the majority of the site, which is single storey, except for a 2 storey wing at one end. The main parts of the building are understood to be built with concrete block walls that are harled and painted white externally and have pitched tiled roofs. Along the length of one side of the building (overlooking the bowling green) an extension has been added, with timber clad walls and a flat felt roof. There are several further small extensions off the main building, two of concrete block wall and flat felt roof construction, one with timber wall cladding and a pitched tiled roof. The windows are all double glazed, a mix of plastic and timber framed and those at ground floor level have been boarded up to prevent vandalism. The floors are suspended timber and most of the interior is plasterboard lined. The exterior remains in generally satisfactory repair and the interior decoration is in generally fair condition. The accommodation is purpose built for its former use as a Clinic and includes 12 ground floor and 3 first floor main rooms, plus common areas and toilets. Some of the rooms have fitted units, associated with its former health centre use, which will remain. There are tarred parking areas at one end and along part of one side of the building. The property also includes a separate tarred car parking area for 5 cars on the opposite side of the access lane.
Aberdeenshire Council (Banff and Buchan Area) – Planning & Building Standards, Banff office. Tel – 01467 534333. Email –
Contact: 0131 624 6640.

Parcel of Land & Building, Driffield Road, Huggate, East Yorkshire, YO25 1YH

Guide | £30,000 - £40,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 0845 400 9900 for more information

Extending to 0.4 Acres in total this parcel of land offers a rare opportunity to acquire a fully fenced parcel of land that offers the opportunity for a variety of uses.  The land has the benefit of a useful blockwork and timber clad workshop 47'9" x 19'9" (943 sq ft) that has been fitted with a roller shutter door and two security posts. The land features mature trees to three boundaries and has a gated access off Driffield Road.  A gravel road runs from the entrance to the building, where there is also hardstand for a caravan.  The land is located outside of the Village development limit and as such is considered to be in open countryside. It is the agents opinion that (subject to planning consent)  the land offers potential for alternative uses such as a tourism related use, as well as being of interest to anyone looking for a small  pony paddock, workshop or storage facility.

St. Josephs Presbytery Apartments, 11 Caroline Street, Wigan, Lancashire, WN3 4EL

Guide | £150,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information
Block of 9 x Self-Contained Flats in Need of Refurbishment – ERV when completed c£40,000 pa

St Joseph’s Presbytery is a Grade II listed building which has been converted to 9no. self-contained flats, providing 2x one bed flats and 7x studio flats over 4 floors.
Six of the flats are housed within the main building and the remaining three flats provided within the rear extension.

Flat 1 – bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living area in the basement
Flat 2 – open plan living/kitchen, bedroom, rear hall and bathroom.
Flats 4, 5, 7 & 8 – entrance hall, living/bedroom, kitchen and bathroom
Flats 3 & 6 – Open plan living/bedroom and rear hall to kitchen and bathroom.
Flat 9 – Entrance hall with staircase  to attic, providing living room, bedroom, bathroom and kitchen.
Internally the property is in need of refurbishment throughout.
The properties are prominently situated, fronting Caroline Street, close to the junction with Wallgate (A49) and convenient for Wigan town centre and all facilities including both train stations.
When completed the estimated rental income is understood to be approximately £40,000 pa.
The sale also includes the freehold interest of the adjoining Church, however a long leasehold interest has been sold off from this.

Portfolio Of Freehold Plots & Ground Rents, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 0AA

Guide | Nil (plus fees)
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information
Portfolio of various freehold lands in Colne held in 11 separate titles.
Please note that these are sold with no guarantees on income, please refer to legal pack for further information.

Title No: LAN35202
•    2, 4, 8, 10, 12, 22 and Land Associated with 22 Albert Road, Colne.
•    28 Albert Road, Colne.
•    Car Park at Bond Street, Colne.
•    25 Derby Street, Colne.
•    1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13, 14, and 16 Hartley Street, Colne.
•    1 Mitchell Street, Colne.
•    1 and 5 Stanley Street, Colne.
See Legal Pack
Title No: LAN35195
•    91, 107 and 123 Albert Road, Colne.
•    2 Crabtree Street, Colne.
•    Land on the North West side of Bridge Street, Colne.
Title No: LAN35204
•    1, 3, 5, 7 and 8 Brown Street West, Colne.
•    4, 14, 18, 22, 24, 28 and 30 Fothergill Street, Colne.
•    2 Lord Street, Colne.
•    1 to 13 (odd), 17 to 31 (odd) Moorhead Street, Colne.
•    1 and 1A Parsonage Street, Colne.
Title No: LAN35196
•    South Side of Vivary Way, Colne.
•    Land on the East side of Barrowford Road, Colne.
Title No: LAN35205
•    11, 13, 15, 17, 23, 25, 44, 46, 48, 50, 54, 56, 62, 64 and 66 Brown Street West, Colne.
•    3, 3A, 5, 7, 9, 11, 15, 19, 21, 23, 25, 29, 31 and 35 Lord Street, Colne.
•    16 and 18 North Valley Road, Colne.
•    2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18 and 19 Princess Street, Colne.
•    4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 25 Queen Street, Colne.
•    Land and buildings on the South East Side of Rigby Street, Colne.
Title No: LAN35179
•    57 and 58 Duke Street, Youth Club Exchange Street, Colne.
•    Land on the West Side of Exchange Street, Colne.
•    Land on the South Side of Shaw Street, Colne.
Title No: LA933891
•    Land and Buildings on the North Side of Shaw Street, Colne.
Title No: LAN35190
•    17,17a,19, 25, 27, 27a, 29, 29a, 31 & 33 Albert Street.
•    18, 20, 40-46 (even) Chapel Street,
•    12, 15 – 24 (incl.) 26, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34, 37,39, 41 & 47 Earl Street
•    22 & 24 Knowsley Street, Colne
Title No: LAN35200
•    3 & pt 15 to 25 (odd) Wordsworth Road, Colne. BB8 9RH
Title No: LAN35201
•    Back of 71 Albert Rd, 85 & 87 Albert Rd
•    6, 8 & 27 Calder St
•    16, 20, 24, 28 30, 34, 36 40, 42 & 44 Duke St
•    2, 6, 9 , 11 , 17 , 19 – 27 (odd), 28 – 42 (even) & 41 Hall St
•    9 – 17 (odd) Hill St
•    Land and Buildings west side of River St, 2, 8 – 22 (even) River Street, Colne
Title No: LAN35203
•    36 – 44 (even) Albert Rd
•    2, 4, 8 & 10 brown St East
•    1 Cragg St
•    2, 3, 5 – 16 incl, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 ,27, 28, 29 & 31 Higgin St
•    3, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19,20, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29 & 31 Lancaster St
•    3, 5 & 11 Colne National Spiritualistc Church & Vivary Buildings, Spring Lane, Colne

Please refer to legal pack for additional fees and the Auction Information document for guidance prior to bidding.

The Last Monsoon, 54 King Street West, Stockport, SK3 0DT

Guide | £465,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information

Fully Let Restaurant Investment Property – Currently Producing £30,000 pa considered suitable for redevelopment  subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
Not inspected but understood to comprise a substantial detached part single, part two storey restaurant trading as
The Last Monsoon, with large 1-bedroom on the first floor. Externally there is surfaced parking to the front.
The site is considered suitable for redevelopment - subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents.
Let by way of a 25 year FRI lease from 15th September 2006 (exp 2031) at a rental of £30,000 pax.
There is a rent review outstanding.
We are informed that the tenant has continued to pay throughout the pandemic.
Prominently situated at the junction of King Street West and Wood Street (A5145), adjacent to Stockport Fire Station and opposite Stagecoach Bus Depot. Stockport train station and town centre are within Ό mile.

Caeau Llyfnion, Ty Nant, Corwen, Clwyd, LL21 0PS

Guide | £22,000+ (plus fees)
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information
A Derelict Detached Stone Cottage With Barn / Outbuildings and Land.

Not internally inspected by the Auction House and advised by the vendor the property comprises;  A detached stone cottage with barn / outbuildings and land set in an Idyllic countryside location. A renovation project for many people in a rural location. Various letting / investment options subject to obtaining the relevant permissions. Open countryside views. We are advised by the vendor that there is access via an 8 foot track off the A5 in the hamlet of Ty Nant. Prospective purchasers are advised to check the conveyance document within the legal pack which confirms access via an 8 foot track.