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·  17th of november, 2012 06:53
·  Bedrooms: 7

We bring to the market this 7 bedroom 7 bathroom House in St Andrew Jamaica properties like this do not come up often The property forms part of Stony Hill Terrace in Upper St. Andrew. The land is irregular in shape, sloping downwards from the north to the southern extremity and commands an excellent view of the West rural St. Andrew and sections of Eastern Kingston and Port Royal. The site is adequately landscaped, secured from land slipage by appropriate retaining walls, cutstones and concrete mortar. The grounds are populated with lawns, gardens and foodtrees. Property for sale in Stony Hill Terrace, Upper St. Andrew, Jamaica Lot Size – 16250 sq feet / 1511 sq metres Building size – 8160 sq feet / 758sq metres The neighbourhood of Stony Hill Terrace has grown to be one of the leading suburban districts in Upper St. Andrew providing places of abode for business executives, professionals, returning residents as well as self employed industrial and commercial entrepeneurs. Urban conveniences provided include Constant Spring, Manor Park Plaza and Half Way Tree Plaza. Ground Floor Double Carport 2 bathrooms Kitchen Living/dining area Five rooms Laundry area Upper Floor Enclosed Porch 7 bedrooms 7 bathrooms Living/dining area Kitchen Family Room Study Laundry Area Concrete and timber staircase to decorative roof garden Features 7 Bedrooms 7 bathroom Kitchen Study Close to the Town Close to Restaurants Please note the GBP price is the correct price and the USD price is an estimate. For an up to date conversion to USD please visit www.xe.com

£194,250  

·  17th of november, 2012 01:42
·  Bedrooms: 4

Beautiful location in the middle of the moor. 18th Century cottage with 16th Century oak cruck barn incorporated. Moorland rights, direct out riding, two refurbished stone barns ready for conversion subject to planning. West Tober is a wonderful house located in the middle of Bodmin Moor and ideal for those trying to escape city life. The surrounding land is all AONB and SSSI so will never be developed. This property offers fantastic opportunities for keen walkers and riders alike, there is direct access to open moorland and the right to roam freely in addition to moorland grazing rights. The property is about a mile from the A30 so access is excellent once off the moor. Both Launceston and Bodmin are within 10 miles with their excellent range of facilities to include good schools and shops. Bolventor and The Jamaica Inn 1 mile Bodmin 10 miles Launceston 10 miles (All distances approximate)

£600,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:57
·  Bedrooms: 4

OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND SATURDAY 14th & SUNDAY 15th SEPTEMBER. CALL PALMER SNELL ON FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A VIEWING A large four bedroom detached chalet bungalow situated in a prime location within an easy walk of Sherborne town centre. The property has an outdoor pool and is set on a good size plot with double garage and parking area. Features: gas central heating & double glazing, with sitting room, dining room, large kitchen and enclosed gardens. Needs some updating but great potential. Viewing Now. • Four Bedroom Detached Bungalow • Situated in Prime Location in Sherborne • Sitting Room & Dining Room • Double Garage & Parking • Outdoor Heated Pool Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Entrance Enter the property via a front door that leads to the entrance porch. Reception Hall16'2" x 6'10" (4.93m x 2.08m). Double glazed windows to the front. Tiled flooring. Door to sitting room. Sitting Room17'3" x 13'11" (5.26m x 4.24m). Two radiators. Under stairs cupboard. Wood block flooring. Fireplace housing gas fire. Door to: Inner Hallway Radiator. Staircase to first floor. Bedroom Three13' x 9'11" (3.96m x 3.02m). Double glazed bay window to the rear. Window to the side. Wood block flooring. Radiator. Built in cupboards. Bedroom Two13'11" x 7'4" (4.24m x 2.24m). Built in cupboards. Double glazed window to the side. Radiator. Bathroom Coloured suite comprising corner bath with tiled surround, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Double glazed window. Radiator. Fully tiled walls. Separate Shower Fully tiled. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Doors to: Bedroom Four13'3" x 12'11" (4.04m x 3.94m). Double glazed window to the front. Radiator. Loft Area27'10" x 12'11" (8.48m x 3.94m). Houses gas central heating boiler. Part boarded. Bedroom One13' x 12'11" (3.96m x 3.94m). Door from sitting room. Double glazed windows to the rear. Radiator. Wood block flooring. Built in cupboards to one wall. GROUND FLOOR Dining Room14'3" x 13' (4.34m x 3.96m). Feature brick fireplace with fitted gas fire. Wood block flooring. Radiator. Double glazed sliding patio doors lead to rear garden. Kitchen/Breakfast Room17'11" x 3.97 (5.46m x 3.97). Fitted with a range of wall and base units, work top surfaces and tiled surround. Double drainer stainless steel sink unit. Built in gas cooker with extractor hood over. Vinyl flooring. Radiator. Door to walk-in larder. Further door to cloakroom. Cloakroom Low flush Wc. Double glazed window. Radiator. Utility Room11'10" x 6'2" (3.6m x 1.88m). Of wood and brick construction. Power and light. Door leading to front. OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is a Tarmac driveway with parking for several vehicles, stone wall to the front with gates and small vegetable plot. There is a lawned garden to the side and brick built storage room housing pump for pool. Timber shed. the rear of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with "crazy paved" patio across the rear, steps leading down to lower level of garden, which is mainly laid to lawn. OUTDOOR SWIMMING POOL Cover over. Double Garage To the front of the property with up and over doors.

£575,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:59
·  Bedrooms: 3

HOLLYHOCK COTTAGE COMPTON - BERKSHIRE *Walking distance of “Downs” School *East Ilsley and A34 – 2 miles *Reading – 14 miles *Newbury – 11 miles *Oxford – 18 miles *M4 at Chieveley (J13) – 7 miles *Goring on Thames – 6 miles *Didcot – 8 miles   In favoured Village situated high up on the Berkshire Downs well placed for access to Newbury, Oxford, Reading and the M4 with trains to London at nearby Didcot.  An appealing period 3 bedroom Cottage with wealth of beams and Inglenook, occupying private elevated position in protected “Conservation Area”. Character accommodation with many period features Spacious Reception Hall Shower Cloakroom Sitting Room with Inglenook fireplace Dining/Family Room Kitchen/Breakfast Room with Range Oven Landing with access to all rooms 3 Bedrooms Bathroom with white suite Part walled Garden, and walled side Courtyard Parking space LOCATION Compton is a quiet rural village set in a gentle fold of inspirational rolling Berkshire Downland countryside designated an ‘A.O.N.B.’, and conveniently placed between Newbury and Oxford enjoying excellent road and rail communications via the A34, M4 and with mainline Stations nearby at Didcot and Goring on Thames providing fast commuter services up to London (Paddington) in well under the hour. The village is historically linked to agriculture and farming and this association with the rural way of life continues today.  Also Compton has a long history of breeding and training thoroughbred racehorses with Racing stables still existing in the village. Nowadays the village boasts a local shop open 7 days. Modern Health Centre, the newly refurbished Swan Hotel offering all day refreshments and a restaurant, and there is a Barber’s shop! Importantly there is a wide range of private and state schools in the local area notably including the much acclaimed, ‘Outstanding’ rated Downs secondary school with 6th Form in Compton itself and also been rated as ‘Outstanding’ is the Compton Church of England Primary School. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Hollyhock Cottage is on the end of 3 dissimilar properties which have all been altered and extended in different complimentary ways over recent years. Originally believed to date from around 1740, Hollyhock Cottage has appealing traditional red brick elevations under a pitched clay tile roof.  The present owners have successfully converted a period outbuilding at the rear into a spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room, as well as carrying out major refurbishment and various improvements with careful retention to the Cottage’s authentic character.  Original period features include a wealth of exposed ceiling and wall timbers, ledged and braced doors and a superb Inglenook fireplace with exposed brick interior and evidence of a Bread Oven. The split level approach off the main hall and good proportions of the Kitchen/Breakfast work well as does the inclusion of a Rangemaster oven, Bosch integrated equipment, a walk-in Store/Boiler Cupboard and a central lantern ceiling window giving extra natural light.  Other refinements include updating and renewal of the central heating system with new boiler, and new pressurised hot water tank. OUTSIDE The attractive garden lies at the front of the Cottage enjoying a private elevated southerly aspect.  Across the frontage is a brick wall with privet hedging on top providing natural seclusion.  A central wrought iron pedestrian gate opens onto a bricked pathway leading to the Cottage, flanked by lawns and various beds and borders well planted with Cottage flowers and herbaceous plants including lavender, alliums, peonies, honeysuckle and roses. On the front corner is a mature Prunus tree with an abundance of blossom in spring, and in a sheltered south west facing corner is a York stone flagged terrace.  At the side of the Cottage is a hardstanding parking area, by the tiled side entrance porch.   Immediately behind is a high walled paved courtyard terrace approached directly off the Kitchen/Breakfast Room. GENERAL INFORMATION Services Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.  Central heating and domestic hot water is from a Glow-worm LPG boiler, with secondary hot water from immersion heater. Council Tax: E Postcode: RG20 6QN Energy Efficiency Rating: F Local Authority: West Berkshire District Council – Telephone: DIRECTIONS From our offices in the centre of Goring bear left and proceed down the High Street, over the River Bridge and up to the top of Streatley High Street.  At the traffic lights and crossroads continue straight across onto the B4009 Aldworth Road and leave the village.   After passing through Aldworth turn right at the junction by the Four Points thatched Public House signposted for Compton. On reaching Compton in a further 3 miles continue into the village turning right into Cheap Street immediately past the Swan Inn.  At the top the Cottage will be found almost directly in front where Cheap Street merges into Hockham Road. VIEWING Strictly by appointment through Warmingham & Co

£399,995  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:02
·  Bedrooms: 3

Stylish Grade II Listed three bedroom town house in a secure courtyard a short step from Cheap Street. 6 The Old Green forms part of a select development of eight houses created in 2001 by Ashmill Developments. The buildings were formally part of Sherborne School but originally formed part of an 18th century Georgian coaching inn. As one would expect of a property of this age it enjoys generously proportioned rooms, good ceiling heights and large sash windows while the conversion in 2001 installed all those conveniences one expects of a new build house in the 21st century combining old with new seamlessly. The property is currently arranged as a three bedroom house with the majority of the living accommodation on the ground floor and three bedrooms, an en-suite shower room and a bathroom on the two floors above. It has been suggested however that the large bedroom on the first floor could be used as a formal drawing room thus leaving the ground floor as a kitchen/living/dining area. On the ground floor the sitting/living room is arranged around a fireplace equipped with a gas fired coal effect fire with an archway through to the kitchen that has space for an everyday dining table and is well equipped with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units and cupboards and integral appliances that include a fridge, a freezer, an electric oven, a gas hob with extractor hood over, a dishwasher and space for a washing/dryer. On the first floor is the largest bedroom or perhaps formal drawing room that is equipped with extensive built-in wardrobes and has an en-suite shower room with an extra large shower cubicle. On the first floor landing there is an area that would make an ideal study while on the second floor there are two good double bedrooms served by a bathroom. The property is carpeted throughout, has gas fired central heating, a burglar alarm system, five amp table lamp wiring in bedroom/drawing room and the sitting/living room, satellite dish for use of all eight houses in the development and a phone entry/key fob security system at the main gates which close at night. 6 The Old Green lies close to the top of Cheap Street on the north side of the conservation area within two minutes walk of Cheap Street itself. The town has a good range of amenities that include the Abbey, a main line train station, three doctors surgeries, a library and a comprehensive range of shops, public houses and restaurants. The local regional centre of Yeovil lies within short motoring distance providing with Sherborne an excellent range of cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. Sporting, walking and riding opportunities abound within the area with golf clubs at both Sherborne and Yeovil while the region is well known for both its public and privately funded schooling. Communication links are good with the main line station linking directly with London Waterloo while road links are along the A303 joined at Wincanton giving swift access to London and Home Counties.

£310,000  

·  17th of november, 2012 06:48
·  Bedrooms: 4

A spacious four bedroom town house forming part of a quality development of a listed 18th century Coaching Inn, set in the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. Some of the many features include: gas fired central heating, fitted carpets, quality fitted kitchen, large sitting room, luxury bathroom and two en suite's, high specification and secure private parking.• Listed 18th century Coaching Inn Conversion • Four Bedrooms and three bathrooms • Secure Private Parking with gated entrance • Large Cellar and gas central heating • Many original features Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Communal Entrance Hall Entrance Hall Door to cellar, french doors leading into the Drawing Room, opening to kitchen and stairs rising to the first floor landing. Cellar Access down to large cellar area which runs the full length of the whole building. Drawing Room 27'6" x 15'10" (8.38m x 4.83m). An impressive room with an imposing stone fireplace, multi fuel burner, radiators, three front aspect windows, built in cupboard. Kitchen/Dining Room 25'6" x 12'10" (7.77m x 3.91m). Comprising a modern fitted kitchen with quality integral appliances, wall and base units with drawers, roll top work surface with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer, shelving, single glazed windows, radiator. First Floor Landing Two built in storage cupboards, stairs rising to the 2nd floor landing. Bedroom 15'11" (4.84m) x 11'8" (3.55m) into alcove. Single glazed window, radiator. Bedroom 16' (4.88m) x 6'4" (1.94m) + 11'2" (3.4m) x 8'8" (2.65m). Two single glazed windows, radiator. Door to ensuite Ensuite shower room Comprising close coupled wc, wash hand basin, radiator, shower cubicle, part tiled walls. Separate WC Close coupled WC, wash hand basin, tiling to splash prone areas. Bathroom Single glazed window, panelled bath, close coupled wc, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator. Bedroom 14'6" x 13' (4.42m x 3.96m). Single glazed window, radiator. Second Floor Landing Steps up into the bedroom. Bedroom 17'7" x 11'3" (5.36m x 3.43m). Sloping ceiling, four built in cupboards, single glazed window. Opening to en suite Ensuite Bathroom White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath, close coupled wc, wash hand basin, part tiled walls and radiator. Single glazed window. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1607367/

£345,410  

·  10th of february 01:57
·  Bedrooms: 4

A spacious four bedroom town house forming part of a quality development of a listed 18th century Coaching Inn, set in the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. Some of the many features include: gas fired central heating, fitted carpets, quality fitted kitchen, large sitting room, luxury bathroom and two en suite's, very large dry cellar, high specification and secure private parking. AVAILABLE TO VIEW NOW. • Listed 18th century Coaching Inn Conversion • Four Bedrooms and three bathrooms • Secure Private Parking with gated entrance • Large Cellar and gas central heating • Many original features Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Communal Entrance Hall Entrance Hall Door to cellar, french doors leading into the Drawing Room, opening to kitchen and stairs rising to the first floor landing. Cellar Access down to large cellar area which runs the full length of the whole building. Drawing Room27'6" x 15'10" (8.38m x 4.83m). An impressive room with an imposing stone fireplace, multi fuel burner, radiators, three front aspect windows, built in cupboard. Kitchen/Dining Room25'6" x 12'10" (7.77m x 3.91m). Comprising a modern fitted kitchen with quality integral appliances, wall and base units with drawers, roll top work surface with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer, shelving, single glazed windows, radiator. First Floor Landing Two built in storage cupboards, stairs rising to the 2nd floor landing. Bedroom15'11" (4.84m) x 11'8" (3.55m) into alcove. Single glazed window, radiator. Bedroom16' (4.88m) x 6'4" (1.94m) + 11'2" (3.4m) x 8'8" (2.65m). Two single glazed windows, radiator. Door to ensuite Ensuite shower room Comprising close coupled wc, wash hand basin, radiator, shower cubicle, part tiled walls. Separate WC Close coupled WC, wash hand basin, tiling to splash prone areas. Bathroom Single glazed window, panelled bath, close coupled wc, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator. Bedroom14'6" x 13' (4.42m x 3.96m). Single glazed window, radiator. Second Floor Landing Steps up into the bedroom. Bedroom17'7" x 11'3" (5.36m x 3.43m). Sloping ceiling, four built in cupboards, single glazed window. Opening to en suite Ensuite Bathroom White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath, close coupled wc, wash hand basin, part tiled walls and radiator. Single glazed window. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t85869/

£345,410  

·  17th of november, 2012 07:01
·  Bedrooms: 3

OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND 15TH 16TH SEPTEMBER A large three bedroom town house forming part of a quality development of an listed 18th century Coaching Inn, set in the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. Some of the many features include: gas fired central heating, fitted carpets, quality fitted kitchen, large sitting room, luxury bathroom and ensuite, secure private parking.• Listed 18th century Coaching Inn Conversion • Large three bedroom town house • Close to town centre of Sherborne • Gas central heating • Secure parking with gated entrance Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Communal Entrance Hall Glazed entrance door gives access to the hall with tiled floor and external front access door. Internal door leading to numbers 5 and 6. Entrance Hall Stairs rising to the first floor landing. Cloakroom White suite comprising close coupled WC, wash hand basin and part tiled walls Drawing Room 21'7" x 15'7" (6.58m x 4.75m). An impressive room with panel wall features including dado rail and window seats, an imposing stone fireplace with multi fuel burner inset, radiators, front aspect sash windows. First Floor landing Storage cupboard. Kitchen/Dining Room 16'1" x 9'4" (4.9m x 2.84m). Comprising a modern fitted kitchen with quality integral appliances, wall and base units with drawers, roll top work surface with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer, shelving, single glazed windows, radiator. Master Bedroom 17'9" (5.41m) x 5'11" (1.8m) + 12'10" (3.91m) x 9'9" (2.97m). Two front aspect sash windows, radiator. Ensuite Shower cubicle with tiled walls to splash prone areas, wash hand basin, close coupled WC and extractor. Second Floor Landing Skylight window. Bedroom Two 11'1" x 9'4" (3.38m x 2.84m). Front aspect window with views across town. Radiator Bedroom Three 11'1" (3.38m) reducing to 6'7" (2.00m) x 9'4" (2.84m) max. Front aspect window with views across town. Radiator Bathroom White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with tiling to splash prone areas, wash hand basin, close coupled WC. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1607368/

£287,841  

·  10th of february 01:57
·  Bedrooms: 3

A large 3 bedroom town house forming part of a quality development of an listed 18th century Coaching Inn, set in the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. Some of the many features include: gas fired central heating, fitted carpets, quality fitted kitchen, large sitting room, luxury bathroom and ensuite, secure private parking. VIEWING NOW. • Listed 18th century Coaching Inn Conversion • Large three bedroom town house • Close to town centre of Sherborne • Gas central heating • Secure parking with gated entrance Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Communal Entrance Hall Glazed entrance door gives access to the hall with tiled floor and external front access door. Internal door leading to numbers 5 and 6. Entrance Hall Stairs rising to the first floor landing. Cloakroom White suite comprising close coupled WC, wash hand basin and part tiled walls Drawing Room21'7" x 15'7" (6.58m x 4.75m). An impressive room with panel wall features including dado rail and window seats, an imposing stone fireplace with multi fuel burner inset, radiators, front aspect sash windows. First Floor landing Storage cupboard. Kitchen/Dining Room16'1" x 9'4" (4.9m x 2.84m). Comprising a modern fitted kitchen with quality integral appliances, wall and base units with drawers, roll top work surface with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit and drainer, shelving, single glazed windows, radiator. Master Bedroom17'9" (5.41m) x 5'11" (1.8m) + 12'10" (3.91m) x 9'9" (2.97m). Two front aspect sash windows, radiator. Ensuite Shower cubicle with tiled walls to splash prone areas, wash hand basin, close coupled WC and extractor. Second Floor Landing Skylight window. Bedroom Two11'1" x 9'4" (3.38m x 2.84m). Front aspect window with views across town. Radiator Bedroom Three11'1" (3.38m) reducing to 6'7" (2.00m) x 9'4" (2.84m) max. Front aspect window with views across town. Radiator Bathroom White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with tiling to splash prone areas, wash hand basin, close coupled WC. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t85871/

£287,841  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:17

AN Opportunity To Purchase An Established And Distinctive Hair Studio And Gallery Located Within This Thriving And Historic Pedestrian Shopping Area With The Centre Of Frome. Main Hair Studio Area With 12'10" (3.91M) Frontage Onto Cheap Street Lower Ground Floor Storage Area With Kitchenette And Wc First Floor Landing With Two Rooms, One Having A Washing Station, Second Floor Landing With Two Further Rooms. Situation: Situated on the Market Place side of Cheap Street in one of England's best preserved Medieval shopping streets that is renowned for the small stream that runs through the centre of this  pedestrianised area. The town has a tremendous mixture of independent shops, boutiques, pretty houses, cafes together with national retailers such as Marks & Spencers and Fat Face.  Being extremely popular with both tourists and people attracted from  Bath and neighbouring towns Frome continues to thrive and lies approximately 13 miles from the Georgian city of Bath. Description: This attractive three/four storey shop has been the impressive premises for Yoco+Co a creative hair studio which is established within the town providing a superior and exclusive service and being the only accredited stockists for the Osc organic colouring range which is totally unique to this area. The premises were fitted with a comprehensive range of high end equipment less than two years ago and has an enviable regular client base. The business and name Yoco+Co is being sold together with the extensive and comprehensive range of exclusive fixtures and fittings and the residue of a 12 year lease and the potential to develop the business by utilising the upper floor space. Accommodation (all dimensions being approximate). Main Retail and Salon Area Ground and First Floor: 25'5"x12'10" (7.75mx3.91m) with a staircase rising to the first floor, further stairs extending to the lower ground floor, 12'7" ( 3.84m) width plate glass window to the front with a front door, store cupboard, solid wooden floor, ceiling mounted track lighting, one back wash unit and two dressing out stations in addition to numerous additional fixtures and fittings to elevate this hair studio to an exclusive and most desirable working environment.  Lower Ground Floor Kitchenette: 11'8"x8'4" (3.56mx2.54m) with access to a cloakroom with low level WC and wash basin.  Through to: Store Area: 15'x12'4" with door and window on to Apple Alley at the rear. First Floor: Landing with doors to: Room 1/ Salon Area 2: 12'6"x9'3" (3.81mx2.82m) with sash window to the front, solid wood flooring, one back wash unit and one dressing out station. Room 2/ Salon Area 3: 12'9"x11' (3.89mx3.35m) with a sash window to the rear, solid wood flooring two dressing out stations. Second Floor Landing: With a staircase providing access to the attic: Room 3: 13'x9'3" (3.96mx2.82m) with a sash window to the front. Room 4: 15'9"x11'5" (4.8mx3.48m) with a sash window to the rear. Lease Details: The property is sold with the residue of a 12 year lease which commenced August 2011 - 10, 500 per annum. Rateable Value: 5, 400 current rates payable Directions: From our offices in the Market Place bear right where Cheap Street will be found on the left hand side between Hsbc Bank and Lloyds Tsb Bank and the property will be found on the left hand side. The Property Misdescriptions Act 1991 The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are Not included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.

£35,000  

·  9th of april, 2013 10:43
·  Bedrooms: 4

A modern detached family home situated within a sought after residential area on the western edge of Sherborne. Constructed in the mid 1980's with accommodation comprising entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and utility room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. Garage, driveway and gardens. Modern Detached Family House Master Bedroom with En-Suite Three Further Bedrooms Garage and Driveway Landscaped Garden Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil. Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest; it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum. There is a mainline station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall Timber entrance door with glazed panel, stairs rising to the first floor landing, radiator and telephone point. Cloakroom Low level WC, wash hand basin and part tiled walls. Sitting Room16'5" x 10'7" (5m x 3.23m). Front aspect window, internal glazed French doors to the dining room. Fireplace with wooden surround and mantel, radiator and TV aerial point. Dining Room9'11" x 8'8" (3.02m x 2.64m). Rear aspect patio doors leading to the garden and radiator. Kitchen10'11" x 9'10" (3.33m x 3m). Fitted with a range of wooden fronted wall and base units with drawers, work surface over with one and a half bowl sink unit with drainer, integrated oven and gas hob, cooker hood, rear aspect window and door to utility room. Utility Room Additional storage cupboards with work surface over, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and gas fired boiler providing central heating. FIRST FLOOR Landing Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Master Bedroom16'7" x 10'6" (5.05m x 3.2m). Front aspect double glazed window, radiator and door to en-suite. En-Suite Shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard, shaver point, radiator, part tiled walls and double glazed window. Bedroom Two13'4" x 9'3" (4.06m x 2.82m). Double glazed front aspect window, TV aerial point and radiator. Bedroom Three9'11" x 8'10" (3.02m x 2.7m). Double glazed rear aspect window and radiator. Bedroom Four9'6" x 8'5" (2.9m x 2.57m). Double glazed rear aspect window and radiator. Family Bathroom Comprising panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, shaver point, radiator and double glazed opaque window. OUTSIDE Garage16'5" x 8'6" (5m x 2.6m). Up and over garage door, personal side access door and power and light connected. Front Garden Driveway parking with side lawn, shrubs/flower borders and timber side gate. Rear Garden The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with trees, shrubs and flower borders. Decked area and outside tap. Disclaimer Please note that any services, heating system or appliances have not been tested and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2841768/

£211,084  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:29
·  Bedrooms: 3

Elegant three bedroom town house in a courtyard setting within walking distance of all the town amenities with garaging and parking EPC BAND C Joselin Court is a select development built by Berkeley Homes in the 1990's in a peaceful courtyard setting a short walk from the main thoroughfare of Cheap Street to the centre of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. The property has a classic Georgian style, is double fronted and has rendered elevations under a tiled roof. The accommodation centres around a good sized entrance hall and an equally spacious and airy landing above. Off the hallway is an attractive drawing room centred around a fireplace equipped with a coal effect gas fire with a formal dining area to one side and double doors leading through to a conservatory to the other. The kitchen is well organised with a comprehensive range of floor and wall mounted units and cupboards, integral appliances including a fridge, a freezer, an electric double oven and a gas hob while to the centre of the room there is more than enough space for an everyday dining table and the floor is laid to ceramic tile. Off the hallway there is a cloakroom while under the stairs there is a useful storage cupboard. Upstairs the principal bedroom has both a built-in wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom equipped with a shower over the bath. The two remaining bedrooms share a second shower room with one of the bedrooms currently being used as a study and the other having a built-in wardrobe. The property is in good decorative order throughout, is equipped with gas fired heating, a new boiler was installed in 2013 and has had the double glazing replaced in recent years. 8 Joselin Court lies just a short step from the principal shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street to the centre of the historic Abbey town of Sherborne. Many of the towns amenities lie within short walking distance and include the Abbey, a main line train station, two supermarkets, two doctors surgeries and a comprehensive range of shops, public houses and restaurants. The local regional centre of Yeovil lies within short motoring distance and with Sherborne provide an excellent range of cultural, recreational and shopping facilities. Sporting, walking and riding opportunities abound within the area while the region is well known for both its public and privately funded schools. Communication links are good with a main line station linking directly with London Waterloo while road links are along the A303 joined at Wincanton giving swift access to London and the Home Counties along the M3, M25 route.

£299,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:30
·  Bedrooms: 2

Within the heart of the village this pretty end terrace cottage has been fully renovated and extended by the current owners. It is a short walk to the local pub, shop and school. A particular feature is the large garden of over 100ft which backs onto the playing fields. The accommodation consists of lobby/utility room, kitchen, living room with open fireplace, bathroom, large master bedroom, and further bedroom. Other benefits include off street parking for two or three cars, shed, UPVC double glazing and NO ONWARD CHAIN. ACCOMMODATION Entrance Porch/Utility Room 14'11' x 4'6' (4.55m x 1.37m) Two ceiling light points. Space for washer, dryer, freezer and fridge. Double glazed windows to side and rear. Ceramic tiled flooring. Through door to: Kitchen 11'0' x 9'1' (3.35m x 2.77m) Dual aspect double glazed windows to rear and side. Laminate base and eye-level units with laminate rolled counter-top over. Stainless steel one and a quarter bowl single drainer sink. Electric oven. Four ring electric hob. Space for fridge. Partly tiled walls. Ceramic tiled flooring. Under-counter lighting. Six recess spotlights to ceiling. Sitting Room 11'0' x 10'11' (3.35m x 3.33m) Dual aspect double glazed windows to side and rear. Door to front. Economy 7 radiator. Open fireplace with timber mantel and brick surround. TV point. Telephone point. Satellite point. Single ceiling light point. Wood laminate flooring. Bathroom Double glazed opaque window to rear. Economy 7 radiator. Low-level W.C. Pedestal-mounted basin with two single taps. Panelled bath with shower over. Partly tiled walls. Single ceiling light point. Ceramic tiled flooring. Stairs from kitchen to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING Double glazed window to side. Hatch to roof space. Carpet to floor. Bedroom 1 11'0' x 10'11' (3.35m x 3.33m) Two dual aspect double glazed windows to side and front. Economy 7 radiator. Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. Bedroom 2 9'1' x 8'2' (2.77m x 2.49m) Double glazed window to rear. Economy 7 radiator. Airing cupboard. Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. OUTSIDE Rear Garden The rear garden measures approximately 109ft x 23ft, faces west and backs onto playing fields. It is fully enclosed by close panel fencing. The patio area is gravelled with the remainder of the garden laid to lawn. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A 'RIGHT OF ACCESS' TO NO. 2. Front of Property The front of the house is gravelled. There is a fence and gate leading to the door on the side of the property which is used as the main entrance. SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX Electricity, mains drainage and water are connected to the property. The property is in Band C. Current charge for 2013-2014 is: 1, 336. Telephone West Berkshire Council on: . DIRECTIONS From Downer & Co.'s offices in Cheap Street continue northbound on the A339. At the Robin Hood roundabout follow signs on the A4 to Thatcham. Continue through the traffic lights in Thatcham town centre, turning left at the traffic lights by the chapel into Harts Hill Road. Proceed over the next roundabout into Upper Bucklebury. Continue along this road through Chapel Row and into Bradfield Southend, turning left at the Queens Head public house into Cock Lane. No. 1 Oakfield Cottages can be found approximately 100 yards on the left hand side. Within the heart of the village is this pretty end terrace cottage which has been fully renovated and extended by the current owners. It is a short walk to the local pub, shop and school. A particular feature is the large garden of over 100ft which backs onto the playing fields. The accommodation consists of lobby/utility room, kitchen, living room with open fireplace, bathroom, large master bedroom, and further bedroom. Other benefits include off street parking for two or three cars, shed, upvc double glazing and NO ONWARD CHAIN. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

£239,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:50
·  Bedrooms: 2

ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch with external lighting. Through timber and glass double glazed door to: Sitting Room 15'5' x 10'11' (4.70m x 3.33m) Two timber framed double glazed windows to front. Double radiator. Inglenook fireplace with wood burner. TV point. Telephone point. Exposed beams to ceiling. Two ceiling light points. Carpet to floor. Dining Room 15'1' x 10'3' (4.60m x 3.12m) Two timber framed dual aspect double glazed windows to side and front. Double radiator. Carpet to floor. Single ceiling light point. Kitchen/Breakfast Room 13'4' x 9'8' (4.06m x 2.95m) Timber framed double glazed window to rear overlooking garden and paddock. Timber door to living room. Timber door to cloakroom. Single radiator. Laminate base and eye-level units with laminate rolled countertop over. Stainless steel single drainer single bowl sink. Space for oven. Decorative recirculating hood over space for hob. Space for large fridge/freezer. Space for washing machine. Vinyl flooring. Floor-mounted boiler housed in cupboard. Exposed beams to ceiling. Two ceiling light points. Cloakroom Timber framed double glazed window to rear. Double radiator. Wall-mounted hand basin. Low-level W.C. Splashback tiling. Single ceiling light point. Vinyl flooring. Sun Room 10'0' x 8'0' (3.05m x 2.44m) Timber framed double glazed dual aspect windows to side and rear. Double glazed timber and glass French doors to garden overlooking paddock. Double radiator. TV point. Light point to ceiling. Ceramic tiled flooring. Stairs from living room to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. Bedroom 1 15'2' x 10'11' (4.62m x 3.33m) Timber framed double glazed windows to front. Double radiator. Airing cupboard. Two ceiling light points. Carpet to floor. Bedroom 2 10'4' x 9'9' (3.15m x 2.97m) Timber framed double glazed window to front. Double radiator. Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. Bathroom Timber framed double glazed window to side. Extractor fan. Double radiator. Low-level W.C. Built-in vanity basin with mixer tap. Partly tiled walls. Panelled bath with dual taps and shower over. Single ceiling light point. Vinyl flooring. OUTSIDE Garden Within the immaculately kept garden is a wooden outhouse which has been fully lined measuring 17'9'(5.41m) x 9'3'(2.82m). It is currently being used as a hobbies room and has several power points and light with windows to the front and side. Alternatively this would make an excellent office, gym or playroom. There are also a pair of stables with their own light and water. There is also a hay store and tack room/shed measuring 12'1'(3.68m) x 9'5'(2.87m) with light and power. Attached to the gardens is a paddock of approximately two acres providing excellent grazing for horses. SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX Electricity and water are connected to the property. Heating is by way of oil. In addition there is a septic tank. The property is in Band A. Current charge for 2012-2013 is: 919.93. Telephone Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council on: . DIRECTIONS From Downer & Co.'s offices in Cheap Street continue northbound on the A339. At the first roundabout take the fourth exit, now heading south on the A339. Continue over the next two roundabouts and at the third roundabout take the first exit on the A339 towards Basingstoke. Continue along the A339 for approximately two and a quarter miles, on entering the village of Headley take the first turning left into Ashford Hill Road. Continue into Ashford Hill and turn right immediately after passing the sign into Ram Alley. Continue all the way to the end of Ram Alley where Pink Cottage can be found on your right hand side. HORSES Set within stunning countryside at the end of a lane, this property is one in a million. The plot includes two acres of paddocks next to the house, stables and a garden office. There are beautiful walks and bridleways on the doorstep and Planning Permission has been granted to increase the size of the house to four bedrooms (Basingstoke & Deane BDB/77917) without compromising the lovely garden. Accommodation currently consists of living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, sun room, cloakroom, two double bedrooms and bathroom. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

£620,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:16
·  Bedrooms: 3

A Character Cottage Situated In The Centre Of This Desirable Village With Courtyard Garden And Gardenroom Direction From Totnes, proceed on the A381 towards Kingsbridge and Dartmouth. After about 3 miles enter the village of Harbertonford and pass over the River Harbourne Bridge taking the next right into Moreleigh Road. Proceed along this road and after a short distance, Laurel Cottage can be found on the right hand side as you proceed up the hill. Situation Laurel Cottage is situated within the heart of this desirable village of Harbertonford and is only a short drive from Totnes and all its facilities. Harbertonford itself offers an excellent village shop and post office, pub, petrol station, popular church and primary school. The village is actively involved with its close neighbouring village of Harberton which falls within the same parish and also offers a pub, church and thriving village hall and playing field. The ancient borough of Totnes enjoys a prominent position above the River Dart. The town is one of Devon's gems: full of both colour and character that stems from a rich cultural, historical and archaeological heritage. It is the second oldest borough in England and is full of facilities to include its own hospital, two supermarkets, interesting shops and galleries together with the riverside walks, Guild Hall, churches and its very own Norman Castle. The railway station links directly with London Paddington and the A38 Devon Expressway is only 15 minutes away joining it at Buckfastleigh, giving excellent access to Plymouth and northbound Exeter. Description Laurel Cottage is a character village cottage providing spacious accommodation over two floors. The property has a number of character features including period fireplaces, wooden ceiling beams and casement windows. Vendors View I love this cottage and was looking for a year before I found it just newly on the market in 1997. As soon as I came in the door I had found a real 'home'. Cosy in winter, cool in the summer. Tremendously cheap to run. Have successfully rented out when worked away and my family treasure Laurel Cottage as the perfect 'holiday home' when they visit Devon. Once it would have been thatched and could be re-thatched to create the feeling of 'Hovis Street'. Entrance Porch Original front door. Wide staircase to first floor. Stained glass window to kitchen/diner. Central heating radiator. Cupboard with trip switch. Entrance Hall Cloakroom Low level w.c., wash hand basin inset in a vanitry unit. Lounge - 17' 1'' x 15' 2'' (5.21m x 4.62m) Period fireplace with tiled cast iron inset wooden casement widows with window seat. Ceiling timbers featuring small pane window with leaded stained glass panel. Two radiators. Kitchen/Dining Room - 15' 9'' x 10' 11'' (4.8m x 3.33m) Kitchen AREA - A range of wall and base level kitchen units. Peninsula breakfast bar with cupboards under. Single draining single bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Four ring gas hob. Built-in double oven. Plumbing for washing machine.Dining Area - Beams. Casement windows. Window seat. Built-in cupboard in chimney recesses. Fireplace with Potterton central heating boiler. Landing Walk in cupboard area with book shelves. Bedroom One - 15' 1'' x 13' 3'' (4.6m x 4.04m) Delightful room with ceiling timbers Wash hand basin. Casement window with slate sill. Radiator. Seat and fireplace. Bedroom Two - 14' 8'' x 9' 5'' (4.47m x 2.87m) Exposed stone wall with feature fireplace. Casement windows with slate sill. Walk-in wardrobe. Bedroom Three - 15' 8'' x 6' 9'' (4.78m x 2.06m) Casement window to the rear of the property with village views. Captains bed. Radiator. Bathroom Part tiled with white suite comprising panelled bath with Mira shower, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Airing cupboard. Outside Pretty courtyard garden with patio. Stone wall to village lane with timber gate. Summerhouse - 7' 3'' x 6' 9'' (2.21m x 2.06m) Double glazed French windows. Tap. Gas meter. Tenure Freehold. Council Tax Band D Services Mains water and drainage. Mains gas. Mains electricity. Additional Information South Hams District CouncilFollaton HousePlymouth RoadTotnesDevonTQ9 5NETel:

£365,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:09
·  Bedrooms: 2

Well presented mid town house. Close to Morecambe Town Centres amenities. Low maintenance and 'cheap moving costs' make this ideal for first time buyers and investors. full UPVC double glazing and gas central heating. Description A well presented mid terrace modern town house conveniently located in central Morecambe. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge/diner, modern kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. The property also benefits from UPVC double glazing and gas central heating throughout. Externally there is a low maintenance rear garden with decking seating area, storage shed and access into Woodhill Lane and a designated parking space to the front. Nearby are Morecambe Town Centre amenities including shops and transport links. These low maintenance and cheap to run mid terrace properties are ideally suited for first time buyers and investors. Entrance UPVC obscured double glazed panelled door leading to: - Entrance Hall Stairs leading to first floor landing. Central heating radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard. Telephone point. Security alarm panel. Dado rail. Smoke alarm. Central heating thermostat. Power and light. Lounge/Diner Approx 3.85m x 3.55m (Appro x 12'8' x 11'8') UPVC double glazed sliding patio doors leading to rear garden. Central heating radiator. Television point. Dado rail. Laminate flooring. Power and light. Kitchen Approx 2.51m x 1.70m (Appro x 8'3' x 5'7') Single drainer stainless sink with single base unit. Range of modern wall, drawer and base units with contrasting roll top working surfaces incorporating 4 ring gas hob with extractor fan above and fan oven beneath. Splash back tiling to complement. Space for freestanding fridge-freezer. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. UPVC double glazed window with front outlook. Central heating radiator. Extractor fan. Power and light. First Floor Landing Loft access hatch. Smoke alarm. Dado rail. Power and light. Bedroom 1 Approx 3.69m x 3.54m (Appro x 12'1' x 11'7') 2 x UPVC double glazed windows. Central heating radiator. Over stairs airing cupboard housing Worcester gas combination boiler. Central heating radiator. Television point. Power and light. Bedroom 2 Approx 2.66m x 1.59m (Appro x 8'9' x 5'3') UPVC double glazed window. Central heating radiator. Power and light. Bathroom 3 piece suite in white comprising WC, pedestal wash basin and bath with shower attachment. Part tiled walls to complement. UPVC obscured double glazed window. Central heating radiator. Extractor fan. Ceiling light point. Outside Front Lawn area and path to front door. Designated parking space. Visitors car park. Rear Garden designed for ease of maintenance. Concrete and decking seating areas. Storage shed. Fence panel surround. Gate access to Woodhill Lane. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

£89,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:14
·  Bedrooms: 3

A period older style three bedroom semi detached house, set in a small cul-de-sac off Westbury, being a short walk from the Abbey and the town centre of Sherborne. The property is in need of some modernisation but offers great potential. Features double glazing, lounge & dining room, kitchen, lobby and cloakroom, bathroom, enclosed garden and garage. Viewing now. • A Three Bedroom Period Semi Detached • In Need of Some Modernisation • Double Glazed Windows • Lounge & Dining Room • Enclosed Garden & Garage Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Front door to: Entrance hall with under stair cupboard and storage heater. Lounge3.33 x 3.31. Double glazed window to the front, tiled fireplace with gas fire fitted. Dining room3.40 x 3.31. Double glazed window to the rear, tiled fireplace with gas fire fitted. Kitchen2.84 x 1.19. Fitted with wall and base units, stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, gas point, double glazed window, tiled flooring and door to: Lobby With side door and door to rear garden. Cloakroom With wash hand basin and low level WC. First Floor Landing Access to loft area. Bedroom One3.42 x 3.32. Double glazed window to the rear. Bedroom Two3.33 x 3.31. Double glazed window to the front and airing cupboard with hot water tank. Bedroom Three2.85 x 2.18. Double glazed widow to the side. Bathroom With white suite comprising panelled bath with tiled surround, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed window and wall heater. Outside The property has an enclosed rear garden with lawn area, vegetable plot and side borders. To the side is a concrete area with outside storage. Garage In small block of two located at the side of the property and of corrugated metal construction.

£210,000  

·  10th of february 18:47
·  Bedrooms: 2

POPULAR LOACTION, DOUBLE GLAZING AND GAS CENTRAL HEATING, IDEAL FIRT PROPERTY OR CHEAP TO MAINTAIN BUY TO LET. Warmed by gas central heating and double glazed this en town house offers a central location within easy reach of local train station, Royal Bolton hospital and shops and amenities. In brief: Entrance hallway, lounge, generous kitchen, two double bedrooms, modern bathroom. Externally there are enclosed areas to front and rear. Viewings by appointment with our office on . ENTRANCE HALLWAY Entrance door. LOUNGE 3.71m (12' 2") x 3.53m (11' 7") PVC double glazed window to rear, radiator, laminate floor. KITCHEN 5.41m (17' 9") x 2.18m (7' 2") PVC double glazed window to front, range of wall and base units in white with contrasting worktops, space for slot in cooker, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, mixer tap, plumbed for washer, radiator, exit door. FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM 1 3.51m (11' 6") x 3.45m (11' 4") PVC double glazed window to rear, radiator, laminate floor. BEDROOM 2 3.56m (11' 8") x 2.46m (8' 1") PVC double glazed window to rear, radiator, laminate floor. BATHROOM 1.83m (6' 0") x 1.75m (5' 9") PVC double glazed window to front, 3 piece suite comprising of panelled bath, pedestal hand wash basin, W/C, tiled walls, radiator. LANDING Radiator, 2 x cupboards, loft access point. EXTERNALLY TO FRONT Palisade. TO REAR Enclosed paved garden. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t983596/

£53,730  

·  10th of february 18:12
·  Bedrooms: 3

An EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for purchasers to acquire a THREE BEDROOM home, occupying an excellent location in the town. The property is IMMACULATELY PRESENTED throughout and finished to a very high standard. The added benefits also include off street parking with car port and a SOUTH FACING rear garden. • Three Bedrooms • Kitchen/Diner • Master Bedroom with En-Suite • Double Glazed Sash Windows • Gardens and Carport Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil, Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest, it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne Lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Entrance Hall Accessed via part-glazed entrance door. Stairs to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard. Radiator. Doors to: Living Room19'9" x 14'2" (6.02m x 4.32m). Limestone fireplace with mantel and hearth and living flame electric inset fire. Double glazed window to side. Double glazed doors opening onto rear garden. Double radiator. TV point. Telephone point. Kitchen/Diner15'5" max x 10'3" max (4.7m max x 3.12m max). Modern fitted kitchen with a range of wall, base and drawer units with work surfaces over and under unit lighting. Double stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Built-in oven with ceramic hob and cooker hood over. Built in fridge/freezer. Built-in washing machine. Double glazed windows to front and rear. Radiator. Cloakroom Close coupled WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled to splash prone areas. Tiled floor. Extractor fan. Radiator. FIRST FLOOR LANDING Airing cupboard. Loft hatch. Doors to: Bedroom One14'8" x 11'2" (4.47m x 3.4m). Double glazed sash window to rear. Built in wardrobes. Radiator. En Suite White suite comprising corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC. Part-tiled walls. Tiled floor. Heated towel rail. Bedroom Two14'1" x 8'2" (4.3m x 2.5m). Double glazed sash window to front. Radiator. Built-in wardrobes. Bedroom Three8'6" x 6'11" (2.6m x 2.1m). Double glazed window to rear. Radiator. Bathroom White suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Part-tiled walls. Tiled floor. Inset spot lights. Extractor fan. Heated towel rail. OUTSIDE Front Parking space to the front of the property, cast iron railings bordering paved path to entrance door. Rear Garden The rear garden is enclosed on two sides with sand coloured brick work and timber panelled fencing. The garden is mainly paved with mature flower and shrub beds bordering. Shed and timber gate to side providing pedestrian access to car port. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t876543/

£257,138  

·  17th of november, 2012 07:12
·  Bedrooms: 2

REF: 1982. 'Ourholme' was individually built and designed to make full use of the space available in this very central location. The property was finished in Oct 2010 and therefore still benefits from the remainder of a 10 Year Premier Guarantee. The property has 2 bedrooms one of which being a double and the second a single. The build quality is of an exceptional finish and has both a good quality fitted modern bathroom and kitchen. The property has a very good sized garage which is well suited for a car and benefits from power and light, there is the added benefit of a downstairs WC. The situation of the property is very central with Brixham's town centre being only a brief walk down Church Hill road, making it ideal for a holiday home 'lock up and leave' or indeed a first time buy. The property is very low maintenance with its PVC-u double glazed windows and is very cheap and easy to run with its modern gas combination boiler. Covered Porch: Wood door into ENTRANCE HALL Entrance hall with steps leading to FIRST FLOOR LANDING Thermostatic control unit, courtesy coat hooks, mains smoke detector. Hatch housing utilitys, open plan leading into: LOUNGE / DINER 9'08 x 14'06 A very light and bright room with two PVCu double glazed sash windows to the front, enjoying open town outlook. T.V. Point. Telephone Point. Single panel radiator. Stairs rising to second floor. Door to: KITCHEN 5'11 x 8'04 A smart kitchen with matching lightwood cupboards and base units. Roll edge work surfaces. Inset four ring electric hob and oven with separate grill. Single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Tiled splash backs. Single panel radiator. Inset halogen spotlight. Fitted fridge. SECOND FLOOR LANDING A very light and bright landing with velux sky light. Single panel radiator, smoke detector, Loft access hatch . Doors off to: BEDROOM 1 7'10 x 10'03 PVCu double glazed sash window to the front enjoying open town views. T.V. Point Single panel radiator. BEDROOM 2 6'04 x 6'06 PVCu double glazed sash window to the front enjoying open town views. T.V. Point Single panel radiator. BATHROOM 5'05 x 7'10 Comprising of a three piece white suite including panel bath. Closed couple wc and wash hand basin inset into an attractive fitted vanity unit complete with matching storage cupboards, integrated mirror lighting. There are tiled splashbacks. Single panel radiator. Inset Halogen spotlights and velux sky light. Extractor fan. INTEGRAL GARAGE 10'08 x 16'02 A very useful good sized single garage with power and light, accessed via an up and over door. The electric consumer unit is housed in the garage, along with the Ferolli combination boiler. Door leads to: DOWNSTAIRS WC A very useful wc comprising of a white low level wc and half size wash hand basin. External extractor. Power and light with plumbing for a washing machine. COUNCIL TAX BAND B The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. You are advised to check the availability of this property before travelling any distance to view. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2035924/

£122,774  

·  23rd of june, 2013 08:02
·  Bedrooms: 2

REF: 1982. 'Ourholme' was individually built and designed to make full use of the space available in this very central location. The property was finished in Oct 2010 and therefore still benefits from the remainder of a 10 Year Premier Guarantee. The property has 2 bedrooms one of which being a double and the second a single. The build quality is of an exceptional finish and has both a good quality fitted modern bathroom and kitchen. The property has a very good sized garage which is well suited for a car and benefits from power and light, there is the added benefit of a downstairs WC. The situation of the property is very central with Brixham's town centre being only a brief walk down Church Hill road, making it ideal for a holiday home 'lock up and leave' or indeed a first time buy. The property is very low maintenance with its PVC-u double glazed windows and is very cheap and easy to run with its modern gas combination boiler. Covered Porch: Wood door into ENTRANCE HALL Entrance hall with steps leading to FIRST FLOOR LANDING Thermostatic control unit, courtesy coat hooks, mains smoke detector. Hatch housing utilitys, open plan leading into: LOUNGE / DINER 9'08 x 14'06 A very light and bright room with two PVCu double glazed sash windows to the front, enjoying open town outlook. T.V. Point. Telephone Point. Single panel radiator. Stairs rising to second floor. Door to: KITCHEN 5'11 x 8'04 A smart kitchen with matching lightwood cupboards and base units. Roll edge work surfaces. Inset four ring electric hob and oven with separate grill. Single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Tiled splash backs. Single panel radiator. Inset halogen spotlight. Fitted fridge. SECOND FLOOR LANDING A very light and bright landing with velux sky light. Single panel radiator, smoke detector, Loft access hatch . Doors off to: BEDROOM 1 7'10 x 10'03 PVCu double glazed sash window to the front enjoying open town views. T.V. Point Single panel radiator. BEDROOM 2 6'04 x 6'06 PVCu double glazed sash window to the front enjoying open town views. T.V. Point Single panel radiator. BATHROOM 5'05 x 7'10 Comprising of a three piece white suite including panel bath. Closed couple wc and wash hand basin inset into an attractive fitted vanity unit complete with matching storage cupboards, integrated mirror lighting. There are tiled splashbacks. Single panel radiator. Inset Halogen spotlights and velux sky light. Extractor fan. INTEGRAL GARAGE 10'08 x 16'02 A very useful good sized single garage with power and light, accessed via an up and over door. The electric consumer unit is housed in the garage, along with the Ferolli combination boiler. Door leads to: DOWNSTAIRS WC A very useful wc comprising of a white low level wc and half size wash hand basin. External extractor. Power and light with plumbing for a washing machine. COUNCIL TAX BAND B EPC Rating C The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. You are advised to check the availability of this property before travelling any distance to view. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t150597/

£122,774  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:41
·  Bedrooms: 2

A charming Victorian terrace cottage situated on the south east edge of Sherborne. Offering open plan ground floor reception area, two first floor bedrooms and updated bathroom. Garden, outbuilding and allocated parking area. • Victorian Terrace Cottage • Two Bedrooms • Open Plan Living Area • Outbuilding/studio • Allocated Parking Amenities Sherborne is an historic Abbey town with a good range of shopping and cultural facilities including a selection of independent shops in the main shopping thoroughfare of Cheap Street as well as two supermarkets. Sherborne stands on the Dorset/Somerset border and is within easy commuting distance of the regional centre of Yeovil. Sherborne is of historic and archaeological interest; it has two castles, the new castle built for Sir Walter Raleigh and the remains of the old castle on the opposite side of Sherborne Lake. Within the town's Conservation Area are many listed buildings and its centre is the abbey Church of St Mary. The town's thoroughfare of Cheap Street has a wide variety of shops and there are two supermarkets together with a modern community hall, public library and a museum, there is a main line station for London (Waterloo) - Exeter. Open Plan Living Accommodation13'11" x 18'2" (4.24m x 5.54m). The room is open plan living split into functional areas: Sitting area with fireplace and log burner with slate hearth, stripped floor boards, front aspect double glazed window and entrance door. TV aerial point and radiator. Stairs rising to the first floor landing. Dining Area / Kitchen fitted with a range of kitchen base units incorporating dishwasher and fridge, space for cooker, work surface with single drainer sink unit, combination boiler providing central heating and hot water. Tiled flooring and part tiled walls. Bespoke storage cupboards on the other side of the room and window seat with rear aspect double glazed window and door to rear. First Floor Landing With doors to all of the first floor rooms. Book shelf. Bedroom One13'11" (4.24m) into alcove x 9'5" (2.88m). With front aspect double glazed window and views towards Sherborne castle ruins. Radiator. Bedroom Two9'1" x 7'1" (2.77m x 2.16m). Rear aspect double glazed window and radiator. Bathroom Modern white bathroom suite comprising panelled bath with glass shower screen and mains shower over, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin, ladder towel rail, part tiled walls and double glazed window. Outside Front Garden Steps lead up to the entrance gate with shared pedestrian pathway leading to the front entrance door. The garden is maily laid to lawn and enclosed with wood panel fencing and mature hedging. Outbuilding/Studio11'10" x 9'7" (3.6m x 2.92m). There is a terraced stone built outbuilding situated to the rear of the cottage with slate roof. This space would be ideally used as a studio, workshop, office or playroom. There is a WC and separate garden store (2.84m x 1.27m) with door to a gravelled/concrete area to the rear. The building currently has plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Parking Area The parking area is situated at the end of the outbuildings and is allocated.

£199,950  

·  17th of september, 2013 01:37
·  Bedrooms: 3

This is a beautifully presented end of terraced house situated at the top of the Medway Village and therefore giving ease of access through local parkway to Perivale Central Line Station (at most 6 minutes walk). The property has been in the same hands for many years and has been the subject of much improvement and maintenance therefore producing a superb family house which would be suitable for either rental or personal occupation. The accommodation with approximate room sizes comprises: ENTRANCE HALL Night storage heater, meter cupboard. THROUGH LOUNGE 23’9 x 10’9 (7.23m x 3.27m) Night storage heater on cheap rate, gas fire in wood and marble surround, power points, double glazed door to, CONSERVATORY 10’ x 8’6 (3.04m x2.59m). Of single glazed construction with polycarbonate roof, doors to garden. KITCHEN 11’ x 6’ (3.35m x 1.82m). Fully fitted with base units and working surfaces, wall cupboards, stainless steel sink unit, power and gas points. LANDING With doors to, BEDROOM 1 12’ x 10’2 (3.65m x 3.10m). Power points. BEDROOM 2 10’5 x 9’2 (3.18m x 2.79m). Corner fitted wardrobes, night storage heater, access to roof space. BEDROOM 3 7’ x 6’ (2.13m x 1.82m). Power points, panel radiator. BATHROOM Green suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, shower screen, SEPARATE low flush WC suite. SOUTH FACING GARDEN Approximately 50’15.24m). With side pedestrian access, lawn, backing onto school playing fields. GARAGE Of panelled construction with access via gated alleyway.

£339,000  

·  8th of april 22:40
·  Bedrooms: 2

Much larger than it looks! Beautifully presented, extended and stylishly renovated, this two bedroom end terrace home is situated in St Bart's and John Rankin school catchments, and just a short walk from Newbury town centre and train station. A particular feature of the property is the fabulous garden with lovely patio area and brick-built bbq. In addition, the garden also has direct access to City Playground. Accommodation consists of entrance porch, lounge with cast iron open fireplace, dining room/family room open to kitchen, utility, cloakroom, garden room/dining room, stairs to first floor landing with master bedroom, dressing room (which could be converted back to a bedroom), family bathroom with separate shower, stairs to converted loft to further bedroom. Benefits include upvc double glazing throughout and gas-fired central heating. ACCOMMODATION Entrance porch with UPVC front door and window to side. Through to: Sitting Room 11'5' x 10'4' (3.48m x 3.15m) Double glazed window to front. Dado rail. Double radiator. Cast iron open fireplace with timber mantel and timber hearth and surround. Built-in shelves either side with recessed spotlights. TV point. Coving to ceiling with single ceiling light point. Wood laminate flooring. Door through to: Small Internal Hallway Stairs to first floor. Under stairs cupboard. Dining Room (Open plan to kitchen) Dining Area 11'5' x 10'0' (3.48m x 3.05m) Dado rail. Double radiator with radiator cover. TV point. Telephone point. Wood laminate flooring. Coving to ceiling with single ceiling light point. Kitchen Area 11'0' x 9'1' (3.35m x 2.77m) Laminate base and eye-level units with laminate rolled countertop over. Stainless steel single drainer single bowl sink. Electric oven. Decorative extractor hood over four ring gas hob. Integrated fridge. Integrated freezer. Space for washing machine. Partly tiled walls. Slate tiled flooring. Under-cupboard lighting. Gaswall-mounted combi-boiler. Two ceiling light points. Skylight to ceiling. Utility Area 11'6' x 11'4' (3.51m x 3.45m) Double glazed sliding door into sun room. Space for tumble dryer. Space for washing machine. Slate tiled flooring. Single ceiling recess spotlight. Cloakroom Low level WC. Sink. Sun Room 11'6' x 11'4' (3.51m x 3.45m) Constructed of brick walls with triple-polycarbonate roof. Double glazed windows to rear. UPVC double glazed door to rear patio and garden. Power point. Double radiator. Carpet to floor. Stairs from ground floor to: FIRST FLOOR LANDING Window to side. Double radiator with radiator cover. Two ceiling spotlights. Carpet to floor. Bedroom 1 10'6' x 10'5' (3.20m x 3.18m) Double glazed window to front. Dado rail. Single radiator. TV point. Hanging space equivalent to two double wardrobes. Coving to ceiling. Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. Dressing Room 8'4' x 5'01' (2.54m x 1.55m) Double sized hanging space wardrobe. Single ceiling light point. Coving to ceiling. Carpet to floor. (This room has been converted from a third bedroom and could be converted back.) Family Bathroom Double glazed window to rear. Under-floor heating. Shower cubicle. Built-in W.C. Built-in vanity basin. Fully tiled walls. Panelled side to bath with mixer taps. Six recessed spotlights to ceiling. Slate tiled floor. Stairs to loft conversion: Bedroom 2 15'4' x 10'9' (4.67m x 3.28m) Pitched ceilings. Double glazed window to front. Velux window to rear. Single radiator. Single ceiling light point. Carpet to floor. OUTSIDE To the rear of the property is an immaculately kept mature garden consisting of brick paved patio area, brick built barbeque, grass, mature shrubs and trees and shed. The garden measures approximately 90ft x 12ft, provides access to City Playground through the rear of the garden, faces east and is fully close panel fenced. In addition there is an external water tap. SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX Gas, electricity, mains drainage and water are connected to the property. The property is in Band C. Current charge for 2013-2014 is: 1, 384.11. Telephone West Berkshire Council on: . DIRECTIONS From Downer & Co.s offices in Cheap Street continue southbound on Cheap Street following the road round to the right onto Market Street and at the lights turning left onto Bartholomew Street. At the next set of traffic lights turn right onto Pound Street which turns into Enborne Road. Just before St. Barts School turn left into Buckingham Road where No. 37 can be found approximately 100 metres on your left hand side. You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1717045/

£214,883  

·  8th of april 22:42
·  Bedrooms: 2

Clive Anthony are pleased to be instructed with this two bedroom Quasi Terraced property which has a superb location in Prestwich close to Heaton Park. Enjoying a quiet cul-de-sac position with a driveway for off road parking and an attractive rear garden. Internally comprising of an entrance hall, lounge and a modern kitchen and bathroom. Properties in Prestwich, in this price bracket are experiencing high demand so early viewing is advised! What The Owner Says 'We have loved living at this house, when we bought it we worked hard to improve it and its been a great, warm and cosy house. The only reason for us to move is for a bedroom each for our children. The street is safe and friendly and great for Heaton Park and the metrolink. Its cheap to heat and has useful storage spaces.' Entrance hall A Upvc front door, storage housing the electric meter, an internal door to the lounge and staircase leading to the first floor, radiator. Lounge - 14' 2'' x 11' 1 (4.31m x 3.38m) An attractive lounge with a Upvc double glazed bay window to the front, a coal effect living flame gas fire with a granite effect inset, hearth and fire surround, under-stair storage and radiator, door to the kitchen. Dining Kitchen - 14' 1'' x 7' 5 (4.29m x 2.26m) A modern dining kitchen with matching wall and base units in a beech wood finish with granite effect moulded work surfaces and splash-back tiling, an integrated electric oven with a four ring gas hob and extractor hood, space for a washing machine and fridge freezer. A Upvc double glazed window to the rear and a door giving access to the rear garden, radiator. Landing At the top of the stairs, a loft access with a pull down ladder, the loft is fully boarded with lighting and offers plenty of storage. Main Bedroom - 14' 1'' x 11' 3 (4.29m x 3.43m) A light and spacious main bedroom with two Upvc double glazed windows to the front, stripped and varnished floors, feature cast iron fireplace, picture rail and radiator. Bedroom 2 - 8' 9'' x 7' 10 (2.66m x 2.39m) The second bedroom has a Upvc double glazed window to the rear, radiator and picture rail. Bathroom The bathroom has been recently updated and incorporates a three piece modern bathroom suite in white, low level WC, hand wash basin and bath with shower over. A mosaic tiled floor with tiling to four elevations. Externally Well positioned in a quiet Cul-De-Sac with a driveway for off road parking and side access to the rear.A generous rear garden with lawn and flower beds to the borders, garden shed and an enclosing fence . Additional Information The vendor has advised us that the property is Leasehold and Council Tax Band B. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1749893/

£88,271  

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