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Abbey Boarding Kennels, Thornton Road, Goxhill, Barrow-upon-humber, Lincolnshire, DN19 7LW

The property is located in a rural setting in Goxhill which is easily accessible from neighbouring towns and villages and is 9 miles north of Humberside Airport which generates further custom from customers who fly out of the airport. Goxhill lies 23 miles north east of Scunthorpe. The site has rights of access to the main road as detailed in the legal pack.

Extensive 1.43 acres site in a idyllic setting comprising a boarding kennels facility together with a 4 bedroom detached family home, garage, workshop, summer house and enclosed paddocks. There are 16 kennels, all of which are heated, including two isolation kennels, and have their own indoor and outdoor covered runs, with a license for 64 dogs together with a reception area, grooming room, preparation kitchen, and staff toilet. The detached residential property comprises 3 double and 1 single bedroom, spacious living room with feature fireplace, dining room and study.
Kennels comprise : Substantial freehold premises with reception area, grooming room, preparation kitchen, staff toilet. 16 Heated kennel facilities with indoor and outdoor covered runs, two isolation kennels.
4 Bedroom Family House comprises : Entrance hall with cloakroom off, spacious living room. with feature fireplace, dining room and study. First floor master double bedroom with en-suite bathroom incorporating spa bath, WC and wash hand basin. Second double bedroom with fitted furniture. Third double bedroom, again with fitted furniture. Single bedroom. Family bathroom.
Guide Price: £410,000 plus

Atherton Centre And Library, York Street, Manchester, M46 9JH

We understand the total floor area extends to approximately 1,054 Sq M (11,345 Sq Ft) arranged over basement, ground and first floors.

Approximately 0.07 Hectares (0.18 Acres).
Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Authority: Wigan Council, Planning & Transport, Places Directorate, PO Box 100, Wigan, WN1 3DS. Email:
Guide Price: £100,000 plus

Former Signal Box, Newton Road, Torquay, TQ2 5EU

Development Opportunity

ONLINE AUCTION from 2nd FEBRUARY - 4th FEBRUARY A rare opportunity to acquire a Grade II listed signal box with full planning for conversion to a holiday home.
Guide Price:   £54,000+
Minimum Opening Bid:   £50,000
Contact: Tel: 01633 254 044

Tredegar Junction Hotel, Commercial Street, Pontllanfraith, Blackwood, NP12 2JY

Development Opportunity
ONLINE AUCTION from 2nd FEBRUARY - 4th FEBRUARY A substantial development site which benefits from planning for conversion of the existing public house into seven apartments.

Guide Price:   £260,000
Minimum Opening Bid:   £280,000
Contact: Tel: 01633 254 044

Cwmgarenig Farm, Maesywern Road, Glanamman, Ammanford, SA18 2AA

Detached Farmhouse with 19 Acres
ONLINE AUCTION from 2nd February - 4th February 2021 An opportunity to acquire a derelict three bedroom detached farmhouse together with garage set in approximately 19 acres.

Guide Price:   £135,000+
Minimum Opening Bid:   £120,000
Contact: Tel: 01633 254 044

Carnwath Parish Church, Main Street, Carnwath

Majestic B Listed former church building of solid stone construction located on the south side of Main Street in the peaceful village of Carnwath.  The property is in an excellent location, surrounded by picturesque countryside and is approximately 30 miles to the southwest of Edinburgh and 30 miles to the south east of Glasgow.

The village of Carnwath has its own primary school, hotel, pubs, local shops, health centre, bowling green and golf course. There is a bus service from Carnwath and is only 8 miles distance from Lanark itself. The property is ideally situated for commuting to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Central Belt.
The town of Lanark is a short drive away and has an excellent range of shops, restaurants, bars, cafes, hairdressers as well as health centres, dentists, nurseries and modern grammar and primary schools. For the outdoor enthusiast there is Lanark Loch and good access to the Scottish Borders and the Clyde valley, providing a range of walks including the Falls of Clyde at New Lanark, a world heritage site.
Contact: Tel: 0131 225 5722

Collessie Church, Collessie, Fife

Offers Over £65,000

Attractive church of traditional construction and design located in the small village of Collessie, Howe of Fife.  The church is category B-Listed and enjoys charming rural outlooks. Conveniently placed for the A91, it gives easy access to both St Andrews and Cupar, and has potential to form a lovely residential property.
The internal layout is of traditional design with level floors and fitted pews around a central pulpit. There is restricted access to a small balcony area which contains a store/office space. Gross Internal Floor Area: 1600 sq.ft
Collessie is a small hamlet in the rich agricultural heartland of the Howe of Fife. Surrounded by scenic countryside, the village lies 6 miles from the town of Cupar and just 30 minutes’ drive from Perth, Dundee and St Andrews.
Collessie enjoys excellent green spaces for outdoor activities and the village hall also hosts a programme of events for the local community. In easy reach of Collessie is a selection of schools at primary and secondary level, while the prestigious University of St Andrews is also close by.CContact: Tel: 0131 225 5722

Borgue Church, Borgue, Kirkcudbright

Offers Around £60,000
Traditional church building situated in a rural location within the village of Borgue, Dumfries and Galloway. The church is of Gothic design and dates from its initial construction phase in the early 19th century.

The internal accommodation of the church houses three individual seating areas consisting of wooden pews and a timber floor leading to the apse. To the left of the main entrance is an office and w.c. facilities.
The church is situated within a rural location approximately two miles west of the B727 within the village of Borgue. The church building itself is located in an elevated position, overlooking the village with views out to the Galloway Hills and the Solway Firth. Borgue is a small village situated approximately five miles south west of Kirkcudbright. The Parish of Borgue, including the rural hinterland, has a population of about 350 and the village itself about 250.
Contact: Tel: 0131 225 5722

Ardchattan Church, Achnaba, North Connel, Argyll

Offers Around £115,000
Beautiful B-Listed Church located in a picturesque setting on the banks of Loch Etive. The church occupies an elevated site with outstanding views over the Loch. The church is situated between Ardchattan and North Connel, in Argyll & Bute, one of the loveliest areas in Scotland.

Nearby Connel village is a thriving community offering a broad range of facilities including a primary school with 11 pupils, doctor’s surgery, post office/village shop, railway station, bus routes, restaurants and pubs. There is also a primary school in nearby Benderloch with 130 pupils.
Contact: Tel: 0131 225 5722

St Martins Church and Hall, Mansion Avenue, Port Glasgow

Offers Around £150,000-CLOSING DATE- Friday the 29th of January 2021 at 12 noon.

Large church and Hall sitting in a good-sized plot, located in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde. The town sits between Glasgow and Greenock, with the church and hall situated on an elevated site boasting open panoramic views over the River Clyde and beyond. The total site area is 0.59 acres or thereby and the property is suitable for community use or residential development, subject to all necessary consents being obtained.
Port Glasgow is a small town located in Inverclyde between Glasgow and Greenock. The town provides both primary and secondary schooling and excellent transport links including Port Glasgow Train Station which provides regular services to Glasgow Central Station.