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West Tythe, Bisley

Price: £ 935,000

This very nice former barn that was orinally part of Rectory Farm clearly requires no work. West Tythe is the largest portion of the former tythe buildings that were converted into residential properties in the 1980s. The foot print of the whole property frames, as a 'courtyard', part of the garden. There is a vaulted room above the garage.
Ground floor: Hall, sitting room, dining area/kitchen, pantry [?], two bedrooms, shower room, utility room. The garage with a shower room, is attached, just, corner to corner to the main house. First floor: Galleried landing, two bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room, another shower room. Accessed via a separate staircase in the garage, the vaulted room.
Contact: 01285 653 334

Inchgarth House, By Forfar

Price: £ 390,000

19th century bow fronted house is an extension of an earlier cottage. It has been extended since then, and has also benefitted from the considerable work that has been carried out by the current owners. It has views towards Forfar and the loch. There is a garage with an adjoined workshop included in the sale. This has attic space above. The whole is set in gardens of approximately one acre.
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Ground floor: Hallway, sitting room, dining room (with the bow window), two bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other with an en-suite shower room, kitchen, pantry, family room, loo. First floor: Landing, two bedrooms, shower room. Outside: The garage and adjoined workshop has an attic room and shower above.

Chateau and Former Hunting Lodge for Henri IV

Price: £ 550,000

Originally built as a defensive fortress in the 14th century. It is not clear when this warning on this coat of arms was added. Before Henry of Navarre married Marie de Medici in Paris in 1572 and later became King Henry IV of France he 'frequently used the chateau as a hunting lodge' Another quote in the interior from Rachel de Gere reads that 'nothing is impossible with two woven hearts'. There is believed to be a tunnel running between the chateau and the village below.
The chateau has benefitted from considerable work, and now also has a swimming pool.
The Agents advise that considerable fees apply above and beyond the price above.
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2,2368.06 sq ft, incorporating two reception rooms, seven bedrooms, 4 bathrooms.

Cottage and more, Leiston

Price: £700k

Two attractive 18th century (?) buildings, the former Methodist chapel, and a semi-detached cottage, and a number of less attractive buildings: a former bike shop, with a large office, and a large storage area. This building 'links' the two attractive buildings, all border the large builder's yard. Both the chapel and the cottage now require work. The bike shop also requires work, or demolition. The rear of the bike shop 'is unstable. Hard hats must be worn ... Persons entering the premises do so at their own risk.'
Contact: 01728 454 505

The Sandbourne House Estate, Earls Croome

Price: £ 1,700,000

Dating back to the early 19th century this attractive house, considerably altered and extended and might now benefit from some work. There is an indoor riding school and stabling included in the sale. Along with this there is an outdoor tennis court, a swimming pool and 'fishing lake'. The former chapel has been converted to a two bedroom cottage. The whole is set within approximately 25.49 acres of gardens, grounds, paddocks.
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Contact: 01905 734 735

The Abbey Cottage, Cockfield

Price: £ 495,000
This very appealing thatched cottage is believed to date back to the 17th century. It has 19th and 20th century extensions. Set in approximately 4.7 acres, it now requires a huge amount of work. A delicious Christmas offer for a keen SPAB member !

The Agents note that an estimate given by a master thatcher is quoting £16,500 to repair the thatching. They also note that: 'There will be an overage covenant on the land, relating to possible future development ...'
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Ground floor: Porch, living room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, shower room, conservatory. First floor; Two bedrooms, not interconnected, and accessed via separate staircases. One bedroom has an adjoined bathroom. Outside: The gardens are long neglected, and contain a former summer house, a garden shed, and former greenhouse. There is also light woodland, meadowland, and what appears to be a 'collapsed' former swimming pool.
Contact: 01284 769 999

Streets Farm, Gorran Churchtown

Price: £ 1,250,000
Georgian farmhouse, beleived to have been built in around 1800. Considerable work has been done by the current owner who has lived in the property since 1990. There are a number of very substantial outbuildings included in the sale. Subject to the necessary planning these might now be used in a number of different ways. The whole is set in gardens, grounds and seven fields of approximately 30 acres. 'A local farmer has taken cuts of hay and silage in recent years ...' In the far corner of the furthestfield are the remains of a ruined barn.
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Ground floor: Entrance hall, dining room, drawing room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility/back kitchen, loo, cold store, rear porch. First floor: Five bedrooms, dressing room, one with an en-suite shower room, another shower room, bathroom, separate loo. Outside: One of the three barns is 'A magnificent T-shaped two storey traditional stone built barn'. This has a slate roof and new roof trusses. 'External steps lead to the first floor.' The second barn is also two storey. Further outbuildings include a garage, a cart house, a pig house, and a single storey outbuilding.
Contact: 01872 242 244

Trengoffe Old Hill, Grampound

Price: £ 399,950
Very attractive cottage, requiring no work. It is believed that iit dates back to around 1670, and part of it was at one time a smithy. It is believed that this was incorporated into the main accommodation in the mid 18th century. The former piggery is included in the sale. Subject to any necessary planning permission this might now be used in a number of different ways. There is a garden and parking for four cars.
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Ground floor: Porch, dining room, living room, kitchen, sun room, shower room. The utility room appears to be a separate building. First floor: Landing, two bedrooms, bathroom.
Contact: 01872 242 244

Old Farm, Clunton

Price: £ 795,000

This stunning house dates back to the late 16th/early 17th century and requires no work. There is lapsed planning permission for the two storey Malt house to be converted to a separate five bedroomed residence, and for a barn to be converted into a three bedroom dwelling. The whole is set in approximately one acre.
According to the Agents A E Houseman wrote the following: "Clungunford, Clunton, Clunbury and Clun are the most wonderful places under the sun !"
Contact: 01584 544 006

Greenslade, Sampford Courtenay

Price: £ 650,000
This melted ancient farmhouse, with its outbuildings, and set in approximately 6.7 acres, still requires a huge amount of work. The current owners have done a considerable amount, since they bought this lovely house in 2016. There is planning permission for the conversion of an attached cob built barn to the west of the house to a three bedroom annexe.

This farm originates in and on the land that was given to Baldwin Fitzgilbert in exchange for putting down post 1066 rebellions in the area in 1068. Its listed building status notes that this building 'Probably has a medieval core, altered and possibly extended in the 17th and 18th century ... The house has completely excaped 20th century modernisation and probably contains a number of early internal features ...'
Along with the attached cob barn that has planning permission for conversion, there are further outbuildings, which, subject to the necessary planning permission, might now be used in a number of different ways.
Contact: 01392 255 202

Bosvarren House, Constantine

Price: £ 780,000

Very attractive former rectory with its granite ashlar front was built in around 1812. It is set within a privately owned country estate, still owned by the family who built nearby Bosvathick House in the 1760s. It has never before been sold and might now benefit from some work. Subject to the necessary planning permission the basement might now be used in a number of different ways. The whole is set within its own garden of approximately 0.9 of an acre.
Ground floor: Hallway, drawing room, study, sitting room, dining room, family kitchen, utility and cloakroom. First floor: Landing, four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room. Lower ground floor: Three rooms. Outside: Garden store, boiler store.
Contact: 01326 319 767

Low Akeld House

Price: £ 795,000
This house started life as Akeld Station. The 36 mile track it served ran between Alnick and Tweedmouth-in-Kelso and was opened in May 1887. From September 1887 passengers started to use the line as well as freight. The last passengers to use this evocative station building left for their train on 22 September 1930. Even from them there was nostalgia for this loss and the house and carriages were rented out as self catering holiday homes. There was a brief revival for Akeld Station during the Second World War when it served the RAF airfield at Millfield. In 1949, following the washing away of a bridge north of Ilderton, terminal (forgive the unintended pun) redundancy as a station began, and n 1965 Akeld House finally ceased to be run as a station. It is currently used as holiday rental business. Subject to the necessary planning permission, part or the whole of this interesting property, might now be used in a number of different ways. The former Guard's Van and Warehouse are included in the sale. The whole is set in its own gardens and there is also parking.

Ground floor: Hall, sitting room, conservatory, library, dining room, snug, cloakroom, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room. bedroom, bathroom. First floor: Three bedrooms, bathroom. Outside: The Warehouse: Ground floor: Porch, sitting area and open plan kitchen area. First floor: Two bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms. The Guard's Van: Sitting area/kitchen, bedroom, shower room.
Contact: 01670 516 123

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

Ashleworth Manor

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 the 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
Contact: 01905 734 735

The Old Methodist Chapel, Flash

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.
Tel: 01629 812 777

Rothes Glen House

Price: £ 1,100,000
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.

Tel: 01356 628 628

Medlar Cottage

Price: £ 750,000
Very attractive part stone built and thatched cottage that has been very well cared for, however it might now benefit from some work. It appears, from the plans, that it might have one been two cottages. There is an attached garage included in the sale. The main garden lies to the rear.

Reception hall, dining room, kitchen, drawing room, cloakroom, bedrom, shower room. First floor: Two landings, two bedrooms, bathroom, shower room. Outside: The garage is set at an oblique angle to the main house.
Contact: 01993 822 661

Jersey Marine Community Centre, School Road, Jersey Marine, Neath, SA10 6JJ

Price: £40,000
FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY 22ND APRIL 2020 AT 3PM IN THE MARRIOTT HOTEL SWANSEA MARINA. An opportunity to purchase Jersey Marine Community Centre and the land surrounding it. The building itself is of a non standard construction, there will be NO VIEWINGS due to there being disturbed asbestos in the property. The property benefits from mains water, electric, gas and sewage. For these reasons this property is cash buyers only. The property benefits from all utilities mains and a large outside area. Perfect for redevelopment, ideal investment buy.
Contact: 01792 646060

Contact: 0345 505 1200" Pretoria Caravan Park, Point Clear Bay, St Osyth, Essex, CO16 8NG
This fully developed site measures approximately 0.95 acres and contains 26 private owners and 1 vacant pitch. The site has an occupancy licence from 1st March to 30th November plus weekends and holiday periods between December and March.There are also 4 chalets included that have 12 month occupation. 3 of the 4 chalets are let the remaining chalet is vacant and requires some improvement. The site is located within point clear bay within close proximity to the beach.
Guide Price: £600,000*PLUS FEES
26 private owner caravans, 1 vacant pitch, 4 x one bedroom chalets, Site office
Communal Utility Room/Launderette

It is considered that the vacant chalet once modernised could let for £5700 per annum and if the vacant pitch was let it could produce an additional £2500. It is also considered that there could be a further opportunity for an additional gross profit of approximately £15,000 to £20,000 for the sale of a caravan on the vacant pitch.

We have been advised by the seller that the site receives the following annual rents. For full details please refer to the legal pack.26 x £2500 ground rent/site fees = £65,0003 x £5700 annual rent for chalets = £17,100Total £82,100
We are advised that the private caravan owners are responsible for there own electricity costs however water and refuse costs are included in the site fees. We are also advised that the site offers WIFI.
Contact: 01702 31101

Lot 27

The Durham Ox, 15 Cricket Inn Road, Sheffield S2 5AR

Guide price: £75,000 - £100,000

Contact: 0114 276 0151

Joys Hall, Mill Lane, South Kirkby, Pontefract, West Yorkshire

Guide Price: £75,000
Former church premises approximately 155sqm with accommodation suitable for a variety of uses
Contact: 0114 276 0151

Yeolmbridge, Launceston

Auction Guide: £275,000 | 4 bedrooms | 0.53 acres
• *Public Auction 31 March 2020
• Guide £275,000 - £300,000
• 4 Bedroom Farmhouse
• Stone and Slate Barn
• Additional Outbuildings
• Generous Garden
• 0.53 Acres In All
• Peaceful Rural Location
• Vacant Possession

The property is to be sold by Public Auction (unless sold prior) on Tuesday 31 March 2020 at 12.00pm at the Guild Hall, Launceston, PL15 7AR (subject to such conditions that should be available prior to the Auction). The property will be sold subject to an undisclosed reserve and the vendor reserves the right for the Auctioneer to bid in the usual way on their behalf up to the reserve. The vendors also reserve the right to sell all or part of the property prior to the Auction.
Contact: 01566 774999

Clayhidon, Cullompton

By auction £175,000 | 2 bedrooms | 7.0 acres
• Auction Guide £175,000 - £200,000
• Wonderful rural location
• PP to convert
• 2 bedrooms, kitchen/living room & bathroom
• Approx 7 acres
• Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
• Uffculme School Catchment

The barn is situated in an enviable location within the popular hamlet of Clayhidon which lies within the Blackdown Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Clayhidon benefits from a public house, church and village hall with the nearby village of Hemyock offering a greater selection including primary school, village stores, post office, doctors' surgery and excellent sporting facilities along with a large variety of clubs and societies providing a diverse mix of activities and interests for all. Wellington and the M5 motorway are within 4 miles of the property and Taunton 8 miles with its mainline rail link to London Paddington.
Contact: 01823 662822

The North Star, 294 Laird Street, Birkenhead, CH41 8ER

Lot 21 - 07.04.2020
Guide Price £350,000 - £375,000**
Contact: 0151 236 6746
10 letting rooms
Recently refurbished
Bar let on 10yr lease £24,000pa
Fully double glazed & central heated
Potential income in excess £70,000pa

This is a large corner property that is configured to provide a fully trading public house as well as residential accommodation to the upper floors. The whole building was recently refurbished. The public House is on a 10 year lease with approximately 6yrs remaining and rent of £500per week/£24,000pa. The residential accommodation is accessed through a separate side entrance and spread over the first and second floors. There are 10 x lettable bedrooms, 2 x kitchens, 2 x large bathrooms with shared facilities. The property benefits from a full 10 Bed HMO licence, is mostly furnished and ready for immediate occupation. If each room was let at £90pppw the potential income for the residential accommodation would be £46,800pa and added to the income from the bar would total in excess of £70,000pa.
Public bar: Bar area, seating area, toilets, store, cellar
First floor: Kitchen, 5 x double bedrooms, Bathroom with 2 x shower cubicles & 2 x wc
Second floor: kitchen, 5 x double bedrooms, Bathroom with 2 x shower cubicles & 2 x wc
Outside: Yard to rear, on-street parking to front{

Boloquoy, Sanday, ORKNEY, KW17 2BA

Call: 01856 496000£ 30,000
By far the lowest price on our list over the last year is this dilapidated cottage on Sanday, one of the larger islands in Orkey, so-called for its beautiful sandy beaches. The property could easily be one of the most remote and one with the most potential on our list too. Boloquoy farm cottages stand in approximately an acre of ground and enjoy breathtaking views across the Sanday Sound to Eday, the Calf of Eday and Westray. These former farmworkers cottages are contained within the Category B status of the neighbouring Boloquoy Farm steading. The cottages could be suitable for sympathetic renovation or extension, subject to the necessary planning consents. The small garden is surrounded by a traditional drystone wall and the property has an acre of land for grazing or farming. As it now stands empty, the building is currently without utilities, though mains electricity could be connected from Boloquoy Farmhouse and the agents understand that mains water is also close by. For a member keen to embrace island life and with the time to devote to a ‘project’, this could be a bargain!

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