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Units 4 and 6, 3-11 Grenfell Avenue, Hornchurch, Greater London, RM12 4DN

VACANT - Freehold Industrial Units with Planning for Conversion to Residential
GUIDE PRICE: £725,000+

    •    Planning Permission granted for conversion of Two Industrial Units to provide Eleven Residenital Units
    •    Comprising 8 x Studio Flats, 2 x Two Bed Flats and 1 x One Bed Flats
    •    Further Potential on Site for a New Build Scheme, subject to consents
    •    Potential to Create Additional Units, subject to consents
    •    Romford Overground and Rail Station is situated 0.9 miles north
    •    Six Week Completion

Land at 26 The Avenue, Finchley, London, N3 2FD

VACANT - Freehold Plot of Land
GUIDE PRICE: £125,000 - £150,000
    •    Includes a Single Storey Building extending (GIA) to approximately 55.74 sq m (600 sq ft)
    •    Site Area approximately 491.7 sq m (5293 sq ft)
    •    Possible Potential for Residential, Live/work, Office, Club, or Artist's Studio, subject to consents
    •    Accessed from a Public Footpath
    •    Finchley Central Underground Station is within around an 11 minutes walk (0.7 miles)
    •    The land is opposite the Wilf Slack Sports Ground

17 High Street, Swanley, Kent, BR8 8AE

VACANT - Freehold Mid Terrace Building formerly used as a Clinic (D1 Use) with Planning
GUIDE PRICE: £875,000+

    •    Planning Permission for Extensions and Conversion to provide Seven self contained Flats and One Commercial Unit
    •    Comprising Five x 1 Bedroom Flats and Two x 2 Bedroom Flats
    •    Site Area approximately 338 sq m (3,657 sq ft)
    •    Swanley rail station is located 0.4 miles west
    •    A number of shops, bars and restaurants are available, including Swanley Square Shopping Centre located 0.3 miles to the north west
    •    Farningham Wood Nature Reserve is located 3.6 miles to the east

Kinmel Hall, St George, Nr. Abergele, Clwyd, Wales, LL22 9DA

VACANT - An Important Grade 1 Listed Hall and adjacent Grades 1 and II Listed Stable Block
GUIDE PRICE: £750,000+

    •    Construction was completed in 1874 and the property was designed by the architect WE Nesfield in the style of the Palace of Versailles
    •    Comprising a grand central staircase, impressive formal rooms, a former chapel and multiple bedrooms, Kinmel Hall was originally built as a 'calendar house' since it had 365 windows, 122 rooms and 12 entrances
    •    Range of outbuildings including a courtyard stable block and storage barns
    •    Total Gross External Floor Area (excluding stable block) in excess of 7,432 sq m (80,000 sq ft)
    •    Site Area approximately 7.09 Hectares (17.51 Acres)
    •    Suitable for a variety of alternative uses including hotel, conference centre, educational establishment and conversion to residential units, subject to consents
    •    In need of extensive renovation

International Business Centre, Spindle Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1TG

VACANT - Freehold Link Detached Office Building with 17 Car Parking Spaces
GUIDE PRICE: £550,000+

    •    Prior Approval for Change of Use from Office (B1) to Residential (C3) for Ten Studio Flats
    •    Town Centre Location
    •    Existing GIA approximately 446 sq m (4,805 sq ft)
    •    Approximately 5 minutes from Junction 10 of the M23 motorway
    •    Crawley Rail station and Three Bridges Mainline station close by
    •    Gatwick Airport is approximately 10 minutes to the south

Helmsdale CRS, Rockview Place, Helmsdale, Sutherland, KW8 6LF

VACANT - Heritable Former Coastguard Station with Parking
GUIDE PRICE: £40,000+

    •    Potential for alternative Uses, subject to consents
    •    Site Area approximately 0.05 Hectares (0.124 Acres)
    •    Helmsdale Harbour is to the south
    •    Electricity and Water Supply
    •    Planning
    •    Local Authority: The Highland Council
    •    Email:

Webb House, Victoria Avenue, Crewe, Cheshire, CW2 7SQ

VACANT - Freehold Grade II Listed Building formerly used as Hospital

    •    Full Planning Permission for an Extra Care Community with New Build Aspect
    •    Conversion to form 18 Extra Care Apartments and 2 Guest Suites, New Build Development to form an additional 36 Extra Care Apartments
    •    Main Building GIA approximately 2,415 sq m (26,000 sq ft)
    •    Possible Potential for further Redevelopment and/or Alternative Uses, subject to consents
    •    Site Area approximately 1.98 Hectares (4.91 Acres)
    •    Additional Buildings, including Training Centre, Sports Hall, West Cottage and South Lodge
    •    Nearby Crewe provides a range of shops and amenities including its rail station

Local Authority: East Cheshire Council
Tel: 0300 123 5500

Stonehaven CRS, Cowie Village, Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, AB39 2RH

VACANT - Heritable Former Coastguard Station
GUIDE PRICE: £15,000+

    •    Potential for alternative use, subect to consents
    •    Views over Stonehaven Bay
    •    Site extending to approximately 0.009 Hectares (0.027 Acres)
    •    Close to Stonehaven Harbour
    •    Craigeven Bay is to the north
    •    Stonehaven Leisure Centre, Stonehaven Tennis Club and Stonehaven Thistle Cricket Club are all nearby
    •    Electricity and Water Supply
Local Authority: Aberdeenshire Council

Land At Birkin Lane, Wingerworth, Derbyshire, S42 6LL

Guide: £55,000 (plus fees)
Call the team on 01246 232 698 for more information

An excellent opportunity to purchase a building plot with residential planning permission for a single property.
Verbal enquiries to NEDDCs planning department have indicated a further application for two dwellings would be supported (subject to a further application). The building plot has planning for a 2 bedroom single storey home, on a large footprint. This attractive modern design has a stone frontage, in keeping with the area, and a fabulous folding glass construction at the rear to optimise the stunning rural views. The planning permission obtained is for a 2 bedroom property, although the footprint is large enough to accommodate a 4 bedroom home within the perimeter of the agreed plans. The planned design is for a stunning modern home, with high ceilings and glass and stone construction.

Quinton House, 2 Park Place, Clifton, Bristol, Bristol, BS8 1JW

Guide: £560,000+++ (plus fees)
        2 Bedrooms
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0117 946 4949 for more information

Situated just off the Clifton Triangle this is a well established traditional Free House.  Having been run as a pub since 1896 the property has previously offered a largely wet trade business from the ground floor.  The first floor offers a self-contained 2 bedroom flat with roof terrace and enclosed external staircase from the street.  The property offers an opportunity to either continue as a pub or be redeveloped into a variety of different uses including restaurant, offices, flats, HMO or mews house subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
•  Well known and established Free House
•  Close to Bristol Uni
•  Just off Queens Road/The Triangle
•  Approximately 86sqm
•  Separate self-contained flat
•  Recently refurbished
•  2 bedrooms with open plan living space
•  Roof terrace with enclosed external staircase to street level

Leonard Stanley House, Beards Mill, Leonard Stanley, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 3QZ

Guide | £950,000+++ (plus fees)
        Manor House
        7 Bedrooms
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0117 946 4949 for more information

Substantial 7 bedroom  Manor House.  Ideal family home or potential for flats and offices or B&B.
A former mill owners house, Leonard Stanley House is a landmark building set within the confines of the original mill complex, now the hamlet of Beards Mill. Whilst hidden away in a picturesque rural setting the property is minutes from Stonehouse, Stroud the motorway and train station. 
Offering the ideal escape to the country the property is within 1.5 miles of Stonehouse, 4.5 miles of Stroud, 29 miles of Bristol and 18 miles of Cheltenham via J13 of the M5 some 2 miles away and London Paddington is 1 hour 40 minutes from Stonehouse train station.
Built around 1800 this Grade II Listed family home has a classical Georgian Cotswold stone front faηade and is packed full of original features. By contrast the rear elevation is a Regency extension and finished in Flemish bond red brick with iron balcony.  In all the property sits in about Ύ of an acre including detached parcel of land between the road, railway viaduct and river Frome weir.  In addition a bridge over the mill stream leads to a pair of double garage/workshops with parking area.  It also benefits from riparian rights to mid-point of the stream.
Having once been used as 5 flats during the 1980s the property has been one large, impressive family home for the last 35+ years.  Having been empty for more than 2 years the property is in need of occupation and would benefit from some general updating.
Tenure: Freehold
Accommodation Ground Floor
At some 6,300 sq ft this is large property with versatile accommodation.  Upon entering the property, the large entrance hall immediately conveys the grandeur of the house with its high ceilings, flagstone floor, panelled doors and winding dark wood staircase.  The ground floor accommodation offers 2 reception rooms, large kitchen/diner with aga, boot room, shower room with utility area, study, home office and garden room as well as secondary rear staircase.   
Accommodation First Floor
The first floor galleried landing provides access to two large en-suite bedrooms at the front of the house whilst to the rear is a sitting room with roof terrace, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom.  The rear landing also benefits from access onto the iron Regency balcony overlooking the garden.
Accommodation Second Floor
The second floor is divided in two providing a front and rear half divided by a centre valley roof gutter.  A separate staircase from the galleried landing leads to a further landing with large 4th bedroom, dressing room and bathroom off.  A rear staircase leads to a landing with the 3 further bedrooms, one with en-suite, and a bathroom.
To the front of the property is a gravelled area providing parking for several cars.  A crenulated wall with arched doorway provides access to the rear garden.  On the other side of the road is a further plot of land of approximately 0.1 acres with a range of mature tress and enjoys a pleasant view over the river Frome weir and entrance to the old mill race.  To the side of the property is a roughly south facing first floor roof terrace offering far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.  To the rear of the property is a large garden with a range of mature tress and shrubs.  Walled on two sides with post and rail fence separating the field.  A gate leads to a pedestrian bridge over the mill stream which in turn leads to a pair of double garages/workshops and additional paring area.

Barns And Field, Beards Mill, Leonard Stanley, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 3QZ

Guide | £150,000+++ (plus fees)
        Tenure: Freehold
Call the team on 0117 946 4949 for more information
Circa 9 acre field with barn, field shelter/stable, road and river frontage.

At just under 9 acres this is a largely level field that has been used by the local farm on informal basis for keeping cows and other livestock.  It is enclosed with a mixture of post and rail and barbwire fences.  It benefits from approximately 40m of frontage with two gated entrances from the highway meaning it could be divided if required.  There is a large steel framed, timber clad open fronted barn of approximately 160 sqm which may offer development potential subject to planning.  In addition there is a second smaller open fronted field shelter with stable and hard standing that backs on the nearby cottages (this may be curtilage listed).  It also benefits from circa 190m of frontage along the River Frome.
The larger barn may offer potential for development under Class Q Permitted Development Rights although interested parties should satisfy themselves in this regard and make their own enquires to the local planning office.