23A Alexandra Road, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 1TQ
For Sale By Auction | 13:00, 21 January 2021
Call the team on 0800 050 1234 for more information
Guide | £3,000 (plus fees)
Double fronted Vacant Ground floor lock up shop on a busy
main road close to morecambe town centre. Not
inspected by Auction House.
Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)
Current Rating C
Local Authority: Lancashire County Council
Additional Fees: Administration Charge - 1.5% inc VAT of the
purchase price, subject to a minimum of £1500 inc VAT,
payable on exchange of contracts.
Old mill from the end of the 19th century with main house 4
bedrooms and 1 parental suite, outbuildings, 40 hectares of
land, meadows and woods 45 minutes from Bordeaux.
Exceptional location at the crossroads of Charente Maritime,
Dordogne and Gironde
Old mill that produced flour, a hydraulic turbine replaced
the wooden wheel to produce alternating current, which
allows you to heat the house.
This domain is composed of:
The mill adjoining the main
house (about 200m²) whose living room is on the water and
gives access to a running balcony on which you can have your
breakfast to the sound of the water.
The entrance hall
serves the kitchen, an office, a living room opening onto
the riverside terrace and a living room.
On the garden
level, a parental suite also opens onto nature.
The 1st floor serves a bathroom and an anti-bedroom, then
the bedroom, and 3 other bedrooms complete this level.
A first outbuilding and its lean-to, by the water with a
superb fireplace which may be your summer kitchen with its
An old cellar, with its tanks and its still, an old stable
and cowshed, (around 900m² of buildings near the house) and
two open sheds which allowed the operation of the old
and finally, meadows, meadows and woods with an old
washhouse, a well at the edge of the palace and its reach.
Some refreshment work to be planned, and complete the
replacement of the single-glazed wooden frames
a sanitation system.
Central heating with a wood and fuel boiler.
Poitou-Charentes, Charente-Maritime (17)
Beautifuly renovated watermill for sale in 1.4 ha with no
close neighbors, Perche, Orne
Normandy, Orne (61)
The mill , 330 m², offers spaces that are light and have
generous dimensions, large stone outbuilding, river frontage
, views, parkland with mature trees.
Access by foot to shops and rail link to Paris.
ensemble and renovated to the highest quality.
The main house, 330 m2, offers spaces that are light and
have generous dimensions.
Ground floor, huge entrance hall
leads to an open living room of 80 m2 with fireplace flowing
onto the kitchen. With access to balcony's over the river.
Utility room, guest wc.
First floor, open study/reading
area, second study , large bedroom of 70 m2 open onto
dressing room and bathroom with bath and shower, wc.
second floor, 2 spacious open plan bedrooms, bathroom,
Stone outbuilding: 2 garages, wine cellar and
1.4 H grounds with beautiful trees, river,
stream, pond and orchard.
Magnificent mill with 3 gites, 10 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms,
outbuildings, swimming pool, football-golf
Aquitaine, Dordogne (24)
The property is situated between Beaumontois en
Périgord(5mns) and Lalinde, fully restored throughout living
exposed stone walls and wooden beams in all buildings.
More details: https://www.moulin.nl/en/realestate/magnificent-mill-with-3-gites-10-bedrooms-10-bathrooms-outbuildings-swimming-pool-football-golf_154279/
Imposing watermill for sale with generator, pool and
Aquitaine, Dordogne (24)
The mill previously generated the electricity for the local
The setting is lovely with the sound of the water
passing the side of the building and plenty of room for
Must be seen to be appreciated.
In greater detail:
Entrance hall 32m2 dual aspect with tiled
floor and built in cupboards for storage.
Kitchen 32m2 open
plan kitchen diner with modern fitted units.
Salon 14m2 open
plan to kitchen diner. Terracotta floor.
Office 10m2 with
Shower room with shower and basin. Separate
Laundry room 16m2
Wine cellar 2m2
Changing room 15m2
with direct access to the terrace and pool with shower and
Wheel room horizontal generator currently not
working but could be reinstated to generate electricity for
Living room 108m2 open plan living area/games room
with kitchen area and log burner.
Conservatory 51m2 with
doors to front and side terrace.
Bedroom 1 10.5m2 with bathroom 2.5m2 with bath and
Bedroom 2 10.5m2 with bathroom 2.5m2 with bath and
Bedroom 3 10.5m2 with bathroom 4m2 with bath, basin
and separate toilet.
Bedroom 4 10.5m2 with bathroom 11m2
with bath and basin, shower and dressing room.
Separate toilet on the landing.
Bedroom 5 20m2
Bedroom 6 17m2
Bathroom 5.5m2 with bath and basin. Separate
Swimming pool 12x5m heated salt water pool with
roller cover and covered terrace.
split over 2 levels housing the central heating boiler. This
was previously a dwelling so could potentially be converted
in to a gite.
Workshop 64m2 housing all the original
workings for the hydro station.
Wooden barn 106m2 used as
stables and storage.
The land surrounds the property and has direct river access.
There is a paddock and vegetable garden.
There are no
The owners have responsibility for
maintain the river bank and lock.
The property has been well renovated to a high standard but
there are still some works to finish.
It has been partially
double glazed and has full central heating. It has been well
insulated and the roof is in good condition.
figures on the Cassini map and has water rights.
Taxe fonciere €2800
More details: https://www.moulin.nl/en/realestate/imposing-watermill-for-sale-with-generator-pool-and-outbuildings-dordogne_154193/
For sale 19th century flour mill revisited with swimming
pool Loudéac Côtes d'Armor
Brittany, Cotes-d'Armor (22)
Price: € 397,100
This old flour mill does not deny its origins, still
equipped with its elements such as paddle wheel, board,
millstones (grinders) and other elements that were used to
produce flour ... But the 500 m² of useful surface offered
by the property spread over 3 floors leave room for a house
with 8 renovated rooms over 250 m². If hydropower
remains a potential, the property is also equipped with
solar panels with the energy produced resold. The whole
is bordered by the river to the west and its water supply
and escape channels to the east. A vegetable garden and
an orchard can be found across the small road leading to the
The property is spread over 4 levels with on
the ground floor a living room with equipped and open
kitchen. A veranda extends the living room and offers a
unique view of the torrential river. On the right, an
indoor swimming pool topped with a terrace. Two other
technical rooms for workshop use complete the ground
floor. Upstairs, a landing distributes 3 bedrooms, a
bathroom, wc. A large room with grindstones completes
this level. On the second floor, there are 3 bedrooms
each with en-suite bathroom or shower room. A large
room serves as a reception hall. On the top floor, an
In the countryside, a close neighbor but not
creating an opposite. The road to the property is very
light. Local shops are 5 minutes away; all shops
10 minutes away.
Price: 397,100 € Agency
fees Included Price
excluding fees: 380,000 €
Fees: 4.5% TTC, payable by the
More details: https://www.moulin.nl/en/realestate/a-vendre-minoterie-du-19eme-revisitee-avec-piscine-loudeac-cotes-d-armor_153837/
Gorgeous Mill house with water rights for sale in idyllic
setting with pool. Gers
Midi-Pyrénées, Gers (32)
Gorgeous 3 bedroom Mill house in idyllic setting with water
rights! Beautiful, well maintained and mature gardens
surround the Mill.
Automatic pumped watering system to
plants, heated pool, terraces and pergola plus garage and
This traditional mill house is found at the end of a long
driveway. Historically it has been used to generate
electricity and to run wood turning equipment. Certain
elements from its historic past are displayed around the
The canal which was built to serve the Mill links
to the river thus providing water all year round as well as
fishing or boating.
There are 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite.
dining room with a wood burner.
Lovely ground floor sitting
room with open access onto a terraced area with sun shade.
Upper sitting room with lovely views over the garden and
The garage, workshop and car port could be converted to
offer additional living space or super self contained gite
This house must be seen to appreciate all it has to offer.
The soporific effects of running water are well known, the
verdant garden, established vegetable patch plus the
possibility of using the Mill this is a very healthy and eco
friendly property option!
Less than 50 minutes to Toulouse airport
10 Minutes from
Kitchen dining room 45m2
Sitting room 25m2
Utility/boiler room 10m2
Upper sitting room 23m2
Bedroom 1 21m2
en suite 6m2
Bedroom 3 17m2
More details: https://www.moulin.nl/en/realestate/gorgeous-mill-house-with-water-rights-for-sale-in-idyllic-setting-with-pool-gers_153649/
An 18th century residence, its mill and its outbuildings on
the outskirts of a village,
in Burgundy between the Morvan National Park and the
This estate forms a harmonious hamlet, a haven of peace. An
estate in the real sense of the term as it is both an ideal
house for a large family and a place for running a bed &
breakfast or holiday accommodation rental activity. Tourist
accommodation, essentially taking place during the summer
months, makes it possible to more than cover the running
costs, which are relatively low notably due to the boiler
using wood from the estate. New owners could continue this
ecological and economic transition by installing a new
turbine in the mill as well as by converting the mill and
Price: 870 000 €
Fees at the Vendor’s expense
Further details: https://www.patrice-besse.co.uk/ads/character-houses-mills-village-houses-for-sale-in-france-between-the-Morvan-National-Park-and-the-Charolais-region-sologne-touraine-center-val-de-loire-burgundy-auvergne-pb420509
A 15th century mill, with its millrace and a guest house,
in 2.5 ha of enclosed parklands by the river near Périgueux
The White Périgord region, in the centre of the French
department of Dordogne, is easily reached via the A89
motorway, linking Bordeaux to Brive and then Lyon, via the
N21 between Périgueux and Limoges as well as via the
Bordeaux-Périgueux-Limoges train line. Three airports,
Bergerac, Brive and Limoges are within an hour’s drive away.
The nearest village, just a kilometre away, has all local
shops and a vast shopping centre is less than 15 minutes
away. The entrance gates open on to the wide shoulder of a
road, illuminated by streetlamps, providing easy and safe
access all year round.
This mill, shown on Cassini’s map, is currently used solely
as a family home. It comprises, on the one hand, a
rectangular pavilion under a hip roof, covered with flat
tiles and, on the other hand, a wing constructed on the
river and covered with Roman tiles. All that is left of the
original mechanical system are four new, operational sluices
that channel part of the river water under the building and
out into the millrace via four arches and two vertical
slits. The water goes around the artificial island prior to
rejoining the river bed.
An 18th century mill and its landscaped garden
on the edge of the river Indre in the south of the Touraine
Price: 428 000 €
This property, bordering the river Indre, comprises a mill,
a habitable chalet and a peninsula, on which extends a
verdant, wooded garden. The millrace is still there as are
This mill, with full water rights, is constructed from
lime-rendered, quarry stone blocks, topped with a slate
roof. Standing in the midst of the property, it spans a
ground floor, with guest reception rooms, and two upper
floors, with five bedrooms.
A habitable, self-contained chalet, almost adjoining the
mill, comprises a living room, with a fitted kitchen area. A
first bedroom has parquet flooring, a shower room and a
toilet. A second bedroom features a small balcony and a
shower room with a toilet.
Outside, one of the two terraces looks out over the
peninsula and the mill’s two weirs.
35 minutes from Uzès, 20 minutes from the motorways, 45
minutes from Avignon with its TGV train station and an hour
from Nîmes (TGV train station and airport). On the banks of
the river Cèze and just a stone’s throw from
La-Roque-sur-Cèze, classified as one of the most beautiful
villages in France, and the renowned Sautadet waterfalls.
This mill, a tall, quadrangular construction built in a
north-south direction, is the result of several construction
phases. Its walls are constructed from limestone blocks,
roughly hewn on one side. They feature openings on the lower
section and aligned windows on the upper floors. Its Roman
tile roof is divided into two sections, each with three
slopes in keeping with two distinct altitudes. Modified
numerous times over the centuries in accordance with
technological developments, this mill bears witness to two
operating periods, the first being prior to the 17th
century. The constructions were then set back off of the
bank and the mill was fitted with a paddlewheel (mounted on
a horizontal camshaft). The second phase (clearly visible
from the east and west walls which have traces of sword
blows) bears witness to an extension, spanning the bank and
housing a mechanism comprising a horizontal wheel with a
vertical shaft which directly transmitted the driving force
to the grinding stones; some features of which still remain.
Lower Level 1
The lower section of the mill still features a high
barrel-vaulted room, still housing a grinding stone. The
channel built parallel to the river is still partially
visible. It fed two inlets, fitted with overflow outlets,
against the lower section on the west side of the mill. The
channelled water poured under the room in the “wet” part,
driving the mechanism which then turned the grinding stone
in the upper room. It exited from the mill downstream back
into the river. Some landscaping on the terracing extending
eastwards indicates a possible simultaneous use of the
channel to drive another mechanism, of which however not
enough elements remain to explain its precise nature.
Two cellars constitute a half-level between the room housing
the grinding stones and the river-level above. They must
have had a specific purpose when the mill was fitted with a
paddlewheel. They are reached via two doors set downstream
from the river. These rooms, with low, barrel vaulted
ceilings, are currently used as storage areas and are each
illuminated via a straight, west-facing window.
Contrary to the lower sections of the mill, the river-level
has an entrance upstream and downstream of the river. This
floor is above the flooding level of the river Cèze. A
west-facing door provides access to a first flat, built over
three levels (river-level, ground floor and attic space) in
the northern section of the mill. A second flat, laid out in
the southern section of the mill, can be reached via two
doors on the east side, facing the courtyard formed by the
mill and the second building. It is widely illuminated via
south, east and west-facing windows. A terrace on the west
side, provides an unobstructed view over the river, with the
hills of the Cèze Valley in the distance. The three flats
are independent of one another and each has a kitchen, a
living room with a fireplace as well as several bedrooms,
shower rooms and toilets.
The last but one floor of the mill constitutes a ground
floor, all on a level with the land extending northwards.
This floor is also on a level with the road linking the
property’s two entrances. It contains, on the one hand, the
upper floors of the two flats reached via the river-level
and, on the other hand, the door leading to the third,
2-storey flat, housed in the northern section of the mill.
The rooms laid out under the rafters in the northern section
are part of two of the mill’s three flats. The river-level
flat has several west and north-facing bedrooms on this
level, whilst the flat that can be reached via the ground
floor is also extended on this level with a suite of
bedrooms as well as a roof terrace, set in the east-facing
Price: 1 595 000 €
An old restored mill, with outbuildings and a large lake, on
a 27 ha enclosed forest estate where the borders of the
French departments of Gers, Landes and Lot-et-Garonne meet.
A little wooden house, standing at the entrance and spanning
two levels, is intended for caretakers. Further along the
driveway, automatically illuminated at night, is a clearing,
exuding tranquillity, with a fish-filled lake as a backdrop.
Once the miller’s house, a large, south-facing, long,
traditional farmhouse was built facing the mill and the
lake. This construction, no longer in existence, has been
replaced by an L-shaped building, reserved for accommodating
passing guests, on two sides of a swimming pool.
Lower down and closing the lake, an old mill, was built
during the 17th century of dressed stone and quarry stone
blocks, topped with a roof covered with Roman tiles, held in
place by hooks. A wooden extension, overlooking the lake,
has been added to the central section, forming the mill
itself. The sunsets to be seen through its picture windows
are exceptional. A terrace, laid out on varying,
interconnected levels, extends the lounge on one side and
the kitchen on the other.
The swimming pool building comprises two guest bedrooms,
with parquet flooring and reversible air-conditioning as
well as their own adjoining shower rooms and toilets. Facing
one another, these two rooms are connected via a covered
area, forming an L-shape which flanks the swimming pool.
A large, living room, composed of picture windows, spans
approx. 65 m². It extends one of the bedrooms.
An outside kitchen under the covered area features a sink
and a built-in hearth, making it ideal for summer barbecues.
This area is large enough to take garden furniture and a
dining table. A comfortable terrace surrounds the swimming
pool, complete with its mobile safety cover.
More info: https://www.patrice-besse.co.uk/ads/mills-forests-and-farm-lands-for-sale-in-france-south-west-perigord-dordogne-quercy-limousin-poitou-pb253785