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Former Methodist Chapel, Nethergate, Westwoodside, Doncaster, Lincolnshire

Guide Price: 40,000

Former Methodist Chapel 134.62sqm (1448sqft) occupying a freehold site of 215sqm with possible potential for conversion (STP)
Chapel: 84sqm
Adjoining Hall & Kitchen: 50.62sqm
The property occupies a site of 215sqm with outside toilet/store 5.79sqm (62sqft)
Contact: 01427 873684

Mold Road, Alltami, Mold, Flintshire, CH7 6LG

Guide Price: 365,000

The property briefly comprises of an ex pub building with a 2 bed flat above which has been granted planning for conversion to apartments, plus five new building plots within the old car park and garden areas. The subject property is located along Mold Road, Flintshire. The property is well located along the main road linking the A55 with the A494 with access to Buckley Town Centre. The property has great links to numerous local beauty spots such as the North Wales coast, the roman city of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, making it a highly sought-after area. There are excellent amenities within easy reach from Altami, excellent primary and high schools. There are also beautiful rural areas nearby which boast beautiful walking routes. Once the property has been developed some of the dwellings to the rear will have excellent countryside views, with the countryside being a short walk away. There is a signed Flintshire County Council Town & Country Planning Act 1990 Section 106 agreement dated 1st September 2020 in place for planning application 058799 which includes an affordable housing contribution of 105,000.
Planning reference number - 058799.
We have been advised the unit next door could also be purchased subject to separate negotiation.
Contact: 0800 242426

Chester Road, Buckley, Flintshire, CH7 3AE

Starting Bid; 38,000

Derelict property with planning permission for development to a 2 bedroom detached property. The property is currently adjoined to to an existing bungalow with title deeds to be split upon completion. The subject property is well located along Chester Road, Buckley. This property is located within easy reach of local amenities, transport links and schools, and is located approximately 0.8 miles from Buckley town centre.
Contact: 0800 242426

For Sale By Auction | 19:00, 13 July 2021 | Lot TBC

Ford Green House, Ford Green Road, Smallthorne, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 8EA

Guide | 320,000 PLUS (plus fees)
Call the team on 01782 790058 for more information
Development opportunity to build 9 dwellings with planning consent at Ford Green House in Smallthorne, situated on the eastern fringes of  Stoke on Trent and conveniently located for access to the national road network
Planning: 63206/FUL granted on 7th April 2020 - Demolition of outbuildings, conversion of Ford Green House into two dwellings and erection of a further seven dwellings.
Viewings: See 3-D 360 Virtual Walk Through Tour
All main services are understood to be available within the area of the site. Interested parties are requested to make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities as to the availability of services.
Local Authority: Stoke on Trent City Council

For Sale By Auction | 12:00, 14 July 2021

Barn At Penrhos, Llangeitho, Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 6QJ

Guide | 39,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information

An opportunity to purchase a traditionally built barn formerly a farmhouse and previously benefiting from planning permission in 1988 for conversion into a residential dwelling now lapsed. The property is set within grounds of approximately 0.5 acres comprising of a paddock which has been left for nature to take its own course but could be re-established to provide an area for animal grazing. We are advised that an entrance will need to be created and permitted and that electricity and a water supply are located nearby but not connected, there is also a public footpath which runs through part of the land. This is an opportunity to create your very own smallholding.
The barn is nestled within the Cambrian Mountains in an area of unspoilt natural beauty, being rurally positioned and only 1.5 miles equidistant of the rural community of Penuwch and Llangeitho. The barn is some 5 miles from the Upper Valley Teifi market town of Tregaron, with a good range of available facilities and 10 miles inland from the coastal and noted Georgian Harbour town of Aberaeron, and some 8 miles North of the University and market town of Lampeter. The University town of Aberystwyth lies some 11 miles distant.

 For Sale By Auction | 12:00, 14 July 2021

Trebrysg, Tregaron, Ceredigion, SY25 6LH

Guide | 249,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information

3 Acre Rural Development Opportunity - Detached House and Barns
A three bedroom detached house in need of modernisation set in grounds of approximately 3 acres with a range of derelict outbuildings with potential of residential conversion subject to all usual consents. Set within a private, picturesque rural location with open aspect views over the Teifi Valley and beyond, nestled in the foothills of Cambrian Mountains on the edge of the Cors Caron Nature Reserve in a popular area for country pursuits.
The land with extensive gardens having a range of mature trees and shrubbery currently left as a blank canvas offers but in need of landscaping whilst the continuation of the land provides an opportunity of keeping animals with it being fenced and gated. There is also an orchard having a young plantation and to the side of the property is improvable and rough grazing land that offers good potential.
The outbuildings to the front of the property comprise of a former dairy, hay barn and workshop which may also offer business potential along with scope for conversion as mentioned above to holiday lets or studios again having gained local authority approval.
The house is located less than 2 miles from the popular market town of Tregaron offering a wide range of everyday facilities with schools, shops, public houses, post office and places of worship. 8 miles from Lampeter and some 16 miles from the University town and coastal resort of Aberystwyth.
Ground Floor: Entrance porch, Hall, kitchen, utility room, cloak w/c, living room, studio, conservatory.
First Floor: Landing, three bedrooms, bathroom, good size storage area housing hot water tank.
Outside: As described above in the main description along with the added benefit of a detached garage.
Viewing Schedule: Strictly by appointment via our partner agent Morgan & Davies (Lampeter) 01570 423623

For Sale By Auction | 12:00, 14 July 2021

Former Stable Belonging To Aberaman House, Aberaman, Rhondda Cynon Taff, CF44 6TE

Guide | 69,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 02920 475 184 for more information

The Development of a Listed Building (former stables) with planning permission for 5 residential dwellings.  Planning Reference 19/1013/12. All prospective buyers are advised to contact Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council regarding all planning permissions. The development is located in Aberaman, offering valley walks with amenities close by, in addition to bus, rail and road links for commuting and to neighbouring towns of Mountain Ash, Abercynon and Merthyr Tydfil.

For Sale By Auction | 12:00, 15 July 2021 | Lot 9

Craigruie Farm Steadings, Twiglees, Boreland, Lockerbie, Dumfries And Galloway, DG11 2LU

Guide | 95,000 + (plus fees)
Call the team on 01228 510 552 for more information

A traditional stone built steading building benefitting from full planning permission for change of use to a bespoke residential dwelling. Set in a picturesque rural location with views across the surrounding countryside. Planning Ref: 19/1956/FUL.
Viewing: Please telephone 01228 510552

Quarr Hill Cottage, Quarr Hill, Wool, BH20 6BY

Auction Guide Price 265,000
To be Livestream Auctioned on 23 July 2021

This attractive thatched cottage, partially set into the hillside, is believed to date back to the 18th century. It has already been on this lst, and clearly failed to sell at Auction in April. The current owners have carried out very considerable work; there remains more to do. The garden, embedding the cottage, is likewise embedded in the slope of Quarr Hill. There is off road parking for three vehicles.
To be Livestream Auctioned on 23 July 2021, from 12.00 noon.
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Ground floor: Dining room, sitting room, sun room, kitchen, utility room, bathroom. First floor: Landing, three bedrooms, loo.
Contact: 01258 452 670

Manor Cottage, Winterborne Houghton

Address: Water Lane, Winterborne Houghton, United Kingdom, DT11 OPD
Price: 395,000

To be Auctioned on 23 July 2021, at 12.00 noon.
Nice thatched cottage that might now benefit from some work. The block built garage/workshop was built by the current owner 'with the view to converting it into a residential annexe. In 2014 our client received a positive response to a pre-application from North Dorset Council in relation to the proposed conversion.'
The whole is set within approximately 0.33 of an acre.
Guide price: 01258 452 670

St Ann's Hill, United Kingdom, KT16 9NW

Guide Price 5,950,000

The stunning 'modernist masterpiece', The Round House, designed by disciple of Le Corbusier, Sir Raymond McGrath is one part of this fabulous property. The other part comprises the Coach House to the 18th century mansion that belonged to Elizabeth Armistead, who married Charles James Fox, opposition leader and political rival to William Pitt the Younger. This Coach House has entered more recent history as Phil Manzanera's and Roxy Music's recording studio. 'The estate was acquired in 1997 by the current owner, technology entrepreneur Osman Kent, and was totally refurbished in a project lasting over two years.' The whole is set within gardens and grounds of approximately eight acres.
Price: 0207 016 3780

The Mill, Glenisla, Blairgowrie, United Kingdom


This attractive mill was built in around 1838. It was converted into a house in the 1930s. And from this conversion the doors still have their Bakelite handles. In 2007 its bold 'circular' extension was added. The house is surrounded by its own gardens and grounds. "A burn runs alongside the short driveway, through the light woodland and then follows the south eastern border of the garden to the end of the lawn in front of the house." This attractive garden, amounting to 1.39 of an acre, attracts red squirrels.
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Ground floor: Open plan kitchen, utility/laundry/boot room, larder and pantry, snug, through to the modern extension, including the garden room, two bedrooms, shower room. First floor: Library, sitting room, three bedrooms, bathroom. Outside: There is a garage, log store and woodshed.

Ford, Temple Guiting, United Kingdom, GL54 5R

Guide Price 700,000

The massive arched window of this interesting house lights up the ground and first floor. The whole appears to be a bold conversion of the original building. It is in fine condition and is set within its own gardens.
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Reception hall, drawing room, kitchen/dining room, utility room loo. First floor: Landing, three bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower, a bathroom.

Ballybrannigan, Ballymahon, Ireland

This great building, part embedded in vegetation, is part of the Royal Canal complex. The construction of the canal began in 1789 and was completed in 1817. By implication this interesting building will have been built during this period. The canal was closed in 1961.
Between 1975 and 2010 the canal underwent a programme of complete repair, and is now used for recreation. While the Agents are suggesting that this great building might gain planning for a number of different uses, they do not mention conversion to residential use.
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