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·  23rd of june, 2013 08:17
·  Bedrooms: 5

Warburton Estates have the pleasure in offering for sale this spectacular farmhouse residing in a rural setting. Nestled in the pretty hamlet of Syke, on the outskirts of Rochdale, this substantial property has panoramic views over the Pennines yet is within easy reach of the motorway and all amenities.Where old meets new in perfect harmony, this unique farmhouse is as breath taking inside as out with craftsman built Clive Christian fittings in the kitchen, dining room and study. The outdoor facilities continue the luxury feel with indoor swimming pool complex and outstanding equestrian facilities comprising of Olympic-sized mnage and stable block. With the finest attention to detail, Syke Farm must be viewed to appreciate the impeccably high standard of accommodation it has to offer.For the current owners, the renovation of Syke Farm has been a real labour of love as over the years they have given it two very different transformations. When they first moved into the property during the early 1980s, the priority was to turn the semi-derelict farmhouse into a comfortable family home and take full advantage of the stunning location.Syke Farm dates back to the 16th century and is set within approximately 8 acres of rolling countryside with far-reaching views over the Pennines.Wanting to give their home the best of everything, the current owners added superb facilities including an Olympic-sized outdoor mnage, purpose built stable block and indoor swimming pool. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t165155/

£767,577  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:06
·  Bedrooms: 5

Warburton Estates have the pleasure in offering for sale this spectacular farmhouse residing in a rural setting. Nestled in the pretty hamlet of Syke, on the outskirts of Rochdale, this substantial property has panoramic views over the Pennines yet is within easy reach of the motorway and all amenities.Where old meets new in perfect harmony, this unique farmhouse is as breath taking inside as out with craftsman built Clive Christian fittings in the kitchen, dining room and study. The outdoor facilities continue the luxury feel with indoor swimming pool complex and outstanding equestrian facilities comprising of Olympic-sized mnage and stable block. With the finest attention to detail, Syke Farm must be viewed to appreciate the impeccably high standard of accommodation it has to offer.For the current owners, the renovation of Syke Farm has been a real labour of love as over the years they have given it two very different transformations. When they first moved into the property during the early 1980s, the priority was to turn the semi-derelict farmhouse into a comfortable family home and take full advantage of the stunning location.Syke Farm dates back to the 16th century and is set within approximately 8 acres of rolling countryside with far-reaching views over the Pennines.Wanting to give their home the best of everything, the current owners added superb facilities including an Olympic-sized outdoor mnage, purpose built stable block and indoor swimming pool.

£1,000,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:55
·  Bedrooms: 3

This is an opportunity to redevelop a derelict 3 bedroom farmhouse cottage (new roof recently fitted to the front section of the property) and to develop a detached barn to a one bedroom residential dwelling. (Planning permission has now lapsed). Another barn and outbuilding is included, as is the option to purchase additional land. The development potential is set in a rural location on the outskirts of Praze-an-Beeble.

£315,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:22
·  Bedrooms: 4

A charming farmhouse set within 3.88 acres of magical award winning gardens, within an easy walk of the parish village, shops and amenities. Arranged over two floors, this well maintained family home offers great scope for a purchaser to develop the property further, if so desired, given the extensive grounds and idyllic location. The grounds contain a range of outbuildings, derelict glasshouses, ponds and natural paths which meander through exotic planting and mature woodland. A rare and desirable opportunity where viewing is essential to appreciate all this property can offer.

£1,400,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:08

*** One of the last remaining development opportunities *** Delightful derelict farmhouse with planning consent for renovation & extension *** Range of dilapidated former stone barns with further potential *** Useful modern barn suitable for a diverse range of uses *** Approximately 25 acres of land divided into attractive paddocks and 8 acres of rough grazing of interest to those having conservation interests at heart *** The whole delightfully situated in private and secluded yet not remote surroundings *** Enjoying attractive views with no near Neighbours Only half a mile off the B4337 at Groesffordd Crossroads, with a Petrol Filling Station and a shop, 2 miles from the Village of Cross Inn, with Shop and Public House, 7 miles distant of the Georgian Harbour and Market Town of Aberaeron, on the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline, and also equidistant to the University and Market Town of Lampeter, to the South, and some 15 miles South of the University Town of Aberystwyth, to the North The Farmhouse The farmhouse, which is of traditional stone and slate construction, which has unfortunately become into a state of disrepair and is deserving of sympathetic refurbishment and renovation, is, in our opinion, one of the last remaining opportunities. The Outbuildings It is also complimented by a former range of dilapidated barns with further potential (subject to consent), including:- STONE WORKSHOP: 18' x 12'. TIMBER AND CORRUGATED IRON BARN: 35' x 17'6". FURTHER STORAGE BUILDING: Approximately 30' x 20', being a twin caravan unit. MULTI PURPOSE PORTAL FRAMED BARN: 75' x 45', being useful for a host of uses including workshop, stabling, internal schooling, etc. FORMER SAND SCHOOL AREA: Now grassed over. RESIDENTIAL CARAVAN with LEAN-TO. Connected to services (subject to Planning Consents). Surrounding the homestead are attractive small turnout paddocks, many with feature Beech tree boundaries, and the property being approached by an attractive Beech tree lined driveway. The Land The land, which is positioned to the South of the homestead, comprises traditional pasture fields, partly intersected by a stream and with part stream boundary, together with an area of some 8 acres of rough grazing, with former pond, suitable to those having conservation interests at heart. Former Schooling Area Modern Barn Modern Barn (Internal) General View of Property Caravan Property Ref:84_1413_2727936

£295,000  

·  4th of april, 2013 06:37
·  Bedrooms: 5

Description Discerning purchasers searching for quality and character in a spectacular rural setting should look no further than Syke Farm. Nestled in the pretty hamlet of Syke, on the outskirts of Rochdale, this substantial property has panoramic views over the Pennines yet is within easy reach of the motorway and all amenities. Where old meets new in perfect harmony, this unique farmhouse is as breath taking inside as out with craftsman built Clive Christian fittings in the kitchen, dining room and study. The outdoor facilities continue the luxury feel with indoor swimming pool complex and outstanding equestrian facilities comprising of Olympic-sized mnage and stable block. With the finest attention to detail, Syke Farm must be viewed to appreciate the impeccably high standard of accommodation it has to offer. For the current owners, the renovation of Syke Farm has been a real labour of love as over the years they have given it two very different transformations. When they first moved into the property during the early 1980s, the priority was to turn the semi-derelict farmhouse into a comfortable family home and take full advantage of the stunning location. Syke Farm dates back to the 16th century and is set within approximately 8 acres of rolling countryside with far-reaching views over the Pennines. Wanting to give their home the best of everything, the current owners added superb facilities including an Olympic-sized outdoor mnage, purpose built stable block and indoor swimming pool. Entrance Vestibule Lounge Dining Room Kitchen Bedroom Dressing Room Ensuite Landing Office / Bedroom Bedroom Bathroom Master Bedroom Ensuite Bedroom Utility Room 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/zpoc-t2604236/

£767,539  

·  23rd of june, 2013 06:56
·  Bedrooms: 5

Description Discerning purchasers searching for quality and character in a spectacular rural setting should look no further than Syke Farm. Nestled in the pretty hamlet of Syke, on the outskirts of Rochdale, this substantial property has panoramic views over the Pennines yet is within easy reach of the motorway and all amenities. Where old meets new in perfect harmony, this unique farmhouse is as breath taking inside as out with craftsman built Clive Christian fittings in the kitchen, dining room and study. The outdoor facilities continue the luxury feel with indoor swimming pool complex and outstanding equestrian facilities comprising of Olympic-sized mnage and stable block. With the finest attention to detail, Syke Farm must be viewed to appreciate the impeccably high standard of accommodation it has to offer. For the current owners, the renovation of Syke Farm has been a real labour of love as over the years they have given it two very different transformations. When they first moved into the property during the early 1980s, the priority was to turn the semi-derelict farmhouse into a comfortable family home and take full advantage of the stunning location. Syke Farm dates back to the 16th century and is set within approximately 8 acres of rolling countryside with far-reaching views over the Pennines. Wanting to give their home the best of everything, the current owners added superb facilities including an Olympic-sized outdoor mnage, purpose built stable block and indoor swimming pool. Entrance Vestibule Lounge Dining Room Kitchen Bedroom Dressing Room Ensuite Landing Office / Bedroom Bedroom Bathroom Master Bedroom Ensuite Bedroom Utility Room 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-t96221/

£767,539  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:18
·  Bedrooms: 5

Description Discerning purchasers searching for quality and character in a spectacular rural setting should look no further than Syke Farm. Nestled in the pretty hamlet of Syke, on the outskirts of Rochdale, this substantial property has panoramic views over the Pennines yet is within easy reach of the motorway and all amenities. Where old meets new in perfect harmony, this unique farmhouse is as breath taking inside as out with craftsman built Clive Christian fittings in the kitchen, dining room and study. The outdoor facilities continue the luxury feel with indoor swimming pool complex and outstanding equestrian facilities comprising of Olympic-sized mnage and stable block. With the finest attention to detail, Syke Farm must be viewed to appreciate the impeccably high standard of accommodation it has to offer. For the current owners, the renovation of Syke Farm has been a real labour of love as over the years they have given it two very different transformations. When they first moved into the property during the early 1980s, the priority was to turn the semi-derelict farmhouse into a comfortable family home and take full advantage of the stunning location. Syke Farm dates back to the 16th century and is set within approximately 8 acres of rolling countryside with far-reaching views over the Pennines. Wanting to give their home the best of everything, the current owners added superb facilities including an Olympic-sized outdoor mnage, purpose built stable block and indoor swimming pool. Entrance Vestibule Lounge Dining Room Kitchen Bedroom Dressing Room Ensuite Landing Office / Bedroom Bedroom Bathroom Master Bedroom Ensuite Bedroom Utility Room 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.

£999,950  

·  17th of november, 2012 07:49

*** One of the last remaining development opportunities *** Delightful derelict farmhouse with planning consent for renovation & extension *** Range of dilapidated former stone barns with further potential *** Useful modern barn suitable for a diverse range of uses *** Approximately 25 acres of land divided into attractive paddocks and 8 acres of rough grazing of interest to those having conservation interests at heart *** The whole delightfully situated in private and secluded yet not remote surroundings *** Enjoying attractive views with no near Neighbours Only half a mile off the B4337 at Groesffordd Crossroads, with a Petrol Filling Station and a shop, 2 miles from the Village of Cross Inn, with Shop and Public House, 7 miles distant of the Georgian Harbour and Market Town of Aberaeron, on the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline, and also equidistant to the University and Market Town of Lampeter, to the South, and some 15 miles South of the University Town of Aberystwyth, to the North The Farmhouse The farmhouse, which is of traditional stone and slate construction, which has unfortunately become into a state of disrepair and is deserving of sympathetic refurbishment and renovation, is, in our opinion, one of the last remaining opportunities. The Outbuildings It is also complimented by a former range of dilapidated barns with further potential (subject to consent), including:- STONE WORKSHOP: 18' x 12'. TIMBER AND CORRUGATED IRON BARN: 35' x 17'6". FURTHER STORAGE BUILDING: Approximately 30' x 20', being a twin caravan unit. MULTI PURPOSE PORTAL FRAMED BARN: 75' x 45', being useful for a host of uses including workshop, stabling, internal schooling, etc. FORMER SAND SCHOOL AREA: Now grassed over. RESIDENTIAL CARAVAN with LEAN-TO. Connected to services (subject to Planning Consents). Surrounding the homestead are attractive small turnout paddocks, many with feature Beech tree boundaries, and the property being approached by an attractive Beech tree lined driveway. The Land The land, which is positioned to the South of the homestead, comprises traditional pasture fields, partly intersected by a stream and with part stream boundary, together with an area of some 8 acres of rough grazing, with former pond, suitable to those having conservation interests at heart. Former Schooling Area Modern Barn Modern Barn (Internal) General View of Property Caravan Property Ref:84_1413_2727936. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2227312/

£226,435  

·  23rd of june, 2013 08:19

*** One of the last remaining development opportunities *** Delightful derelict farmhouse with planning consent for renovation & extension *** Range of dilapidated former stone barns with further potential *** Useful modern barn suitable for a diverse range of uses *** Approximately 25 acres of land divided into attractive paddocks and 8 acres of rough grazing of interest to those having conservation interests at heart *** The whole delightfully situated in private and secluded yet not remote surroundings *** Enjoying attractive views with no near Neighbours Only half a mile off the B4337 at Groesffordd Crossroads, with a Petrol Filling Station and a shop, 2 miles from the Village of Cross Inn, with Shop and Public House, 7 miles distant of the Georgian Harbour and Market Town of Aberaeron, on the Ceredigion Heritage Coastline, and also equidistant to the University and Market Town of Lampeter, to the South, and some 15 miles South of the University Town of Aberystwyth, to the North The Farmhouse The farmhouse, which is of traditional stone and slate construction, which has unfortunately become into a state of disrepair and is deserving of sympathetic refurbishment and renovation, is, in our opinion, one of the last remaining opportunities. The Outbuildings It is also complimented by a former range of dilapidated barns with further potential (subject to consent), including:- STONE WORKSHOP: 18' x 12'. TIMBER AND CORRUGATED IRON BARN: 35' x 17'6". FURTHER STORAGE BUILDING: Approximately 30' x 20', being a twin caravan unit. MULTI PURPOSE PORTAL FRAMED BARN: 75' x 45', being useful for a host of uses including workshop, stabling, internal schooling, etc. FORMER SAND SCHOOL AREA: Now grassed over. RESIDENTIAL CARAVAN with LEAN-TO. Connected to services (subject to Planning Consents). Surrounding the homestead are attractive small turnout paddocks, many with feature Beech tree boundaries, and the property being approached by an attractive Beech tree lined driveway. The Land The land, which is positioned to the South of the homestead, comprises traditional pasture fields, partly intersected by a stream and with part stream boundary, together with an area of some 8 acres of rough grazing, with former pond, suitable to those having conservation interests at heart. Former Schooling Area Modern Barn Modern Barn (Internal) General View of Property Caravan Property Ref:84_1413_2727936. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t175035/

£226,435  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:03
·  Bedrooms: 4

Sandyford Farm is set in the middle of a beautiful farming estate, set back from the A696 and close to Bolam Lake. The property has been owned by the current farming family for many years and is situated in the middle of beautiful Northumbrian countryside, with fabulous open grazing fields. Sandyford Farm is set in the middle of a beautiful farming estate, set back from the A696 and close to Bolam Lake. The property has been owned by the current farming family for many years and is situated in the middle of beautiful Northumbrian countryside, with fabulous open grazing fields. The farm steading, which is believed to date back to the 18th century, currently accommodates a two storey farmhouse with two bedrooms and two reception rooms. To the opposite side of the courtyard is a two storey cottage, also built in stone with two bedrooms and two reception rooms. The whole of the courtyard is connecting via arched stone garaging and stables, as well as agricultural stores. The central part of the courtyard is a double storey stone building, with beautiful views to the south and north. The disused agricultural parts of the building have now received planning permission to be converted into two three bedroom properties. They will have beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. Included within the current grounds and gardens is a large open grass square and potential paddock to the front of the house, as well as the internal courtyard and a kitchen and soft fruits garden to the western elevation. A substantial derelict barn is part of the property for sale and it is expected that this will be removed and demolished to create stunning views towards the west. Sandyford Farm therefore creates an opportunity for four dwellings; two existing and two potential. Some prospective buyers may consider there is a greater opportunity for two houses, or potentially even one. Bolam Lake is a short distance away and the village at Belsay at Ponteland is a short drive along the A696. The school at Belsay has a particularly enviable reputation for high quality education. The buildings are constructed in fine stone under part Lakeland stone and part tiled roofs. The farmhouse has oil fired central heating. Both the farmhouse and the cottage require modernising and updating works. A 10 acre grazing paddock to the western elevation of the property, adjacent to the derelict barn, could be made available subject to separate negotiation. Sandyford Farm provides a very exciting opportunity to acquire beautiful buildings and the potential for a fabulous mix of smaller or larger dwellings.

£1,250,000  

·  23rd of june, 2013 07:53
·  Bedrooms: 4

Sandyford Farm is set in the middle of a beautiful farming estate, set back from the A696 and close to Bolam Lake. The property has been owned by the current farming family for many years and is situated in the middle of beautiful Northumbrian countryside, with fabulous open grazing fields. Sandyford Farm is set in the middle of a beautiful farming estate, set back from the A696 and close to Bolam Lake. The property has been owned by the current farming family for many years and is situated in the middle of beautiful Northumbrian countryside, with fabulous open grazing fields. The farm steading, which is believed to date back to the 18th century, currently accommodates a two storey farmhouse with two bedrooms and two reception rooms. To the opposite side of the courtyard is a two storey cottage, also built in stone with two bedrooms and two reception rooms. The whole of the courtyard is connecting via arched stone garaging and stables, as well as agricultural stores. The central part of the courtyard is a double storey stone building, with beautiful views to the south and north. The disused agricultural parts of the building have now received planning permission to be converted into two three bedroom properties. They will have beautiful views over the surrounding countryside. Included within the current grounds and gardens is a large open grass square and potential paddock to the front of the house, as well as the internal courtyard and a kitchen and soft fruits garden to the western elevation. A substantial derelict barn is part of the property for sale and it is expected that this will be removed and demolished to create stunning views towards the west. Sandyford Farm therefore creates an opportunity for four dwellings; two existing and two potential. Some prospective buyers may consider there is a greater opportunity for two houses, or potentially even one. Bolam Lake is a short distance away and the village at Belsay at Ponteland is a short drive along the A696. The school at Belsay has a particularly enviable reputation for high quality education. The buildings are constructed in fine stone under part Lakeland stone and part tiled roofs. The farmhouse has oil fired central heating. Both the farmhouse and the cottage require modernising and updating works. A 10 acre grazing paddock to the western elevation of the property, adjacent to the derelict barn, could be made available subject to separate negotiation. Sandyford Farm provides a very exciting opportunity to acquire beautiful buildings and the potential for a fabulous mix of smaller or larger dwellings. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t133997/

£767,577  

·  13th of february 06:33
·  Bedrooms: 3

Higher Gear is a granite detached former farmhouse, including a granite detached studio barn conversion and a detached semi derelict 60ft granite barn with lawful planning consent for conversion to a 2 bed dwelling. The property is situated in an elevated position above Mounts Bay within a third of an acre of award-winning gardens. The house is surrounded by open farmland and enjoys rural views and stunning sea views across Mounts Bay from St Michaels Mount in the east, The Lizard in the south and Newlyn in the west. The accommodation comprises three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor together with a lounge, kitchen, utility room and shower room on the ground floor. There are two south-facing conservatories to the front of the house which are accessed via the lounge and kitchen which enjoy views across the front garden. Set within the grounds are various outbuildings, including those mentioned above. The gardens are fully enclosed by Cornish dry-stone walling and incorporate two areas which are laid to vegetable patch and soft fruit beds, together with other established borders which are laid to lawn with cottage style garden and further landscaped area. There is parking for several vehicles to the rear of the property where there are also two wooden sheds, a greenhouse and an area which is currently used as a chicken run. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1250575/

£422,168  

·  12th of february 11:18
·  Bedrooms: 10

Situated within this beautiful green belt rural location and easy reach of Crews Hill Station and the M25 stands a unique country estate of three detached properties amidst some 9.5 acres of grounds. This estate represents a rare opportunity to acquire such a project less then 15 miles from the City of London. The estate comprises a beautiful 6 bedroom farmhouse with accommodation over four floors, a 4 bedroom and 4 bathroom "Oast House" which again has been refurbished to a high standard and an impressive large derelict barn which has planning permission granted for the construction of a pair of 3 bedroom homes. The planning permission for the sympathetic re-development of the barn and change of use of existing agricultural buildings and land to residential is granted under reference TP/02/2128. Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bedroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Bathroom Property Ref:84_106_3188758. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1271008/

£2,034,081  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:43

A plot for development forming part of Midtown Farm, currently with planning permission dated the 01/11/12 for four units within this barn (other parts of the development have already been sold separately). We recommend contact with Copeland Borough Council planning department. The barn is in a derelict condition with a small paddock area fronting Main Street and Richmond Gardens. The original farmhouse is occupied and the barns to the rear of the site have been sold separately. EPC Does Not Apply. Location Situated within the centre of the seaside village of Haverigg approximately half a mile from the beach. The village has a general store, a post office, newsagents, an infant/junior school, public houses and a children's play park. Wider facilities can be found in Millom which is approximately one and a half miles away. The local coastline has footpaths into the sand dunes and around the sea-wall to Hodbarrow Nature Reserve, RSPB site and Haverigg Marina providing water sport activities. Our View An attractive site within the centre of the village providing an opportunity to develop a barn as per the existing planning permission. N.B no building regulations have been written. Agents Notes PLEASE NOTE: There are no measurments as the barn is in an derelict condition. Therefore we recommend that you check to ensure that the space is suitable for requirements. Directions :- From The Harbour island on approach to the beach follow the road to the right along Main Street. Midtown Farm Barn is on the left visible from the road side. IMPORTANT NOTE TO PURCHASERS: We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. Please be advised that some of the particulars may be awaiting vendor approval. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller. F5

£99,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:40
·  Bedrooms: 3

An imposing detached house for improvement set a short distance from the village. Formerly a farmhouse and cottage. Currently with 2 receptions, kitchen/breakfast room, utility, 3 bedrooms and bathroom, with remains of farmhouse adjoining. Outbuildings, garage, gardens and paddock. Total about 1.1 acres. Epc Band F Method Of Sale The property is to be offered for sale by Public Auction (unless sold previously) on a date to be announced, at the Assembly Rooms, South Molton. Situation Oakford House is situated on the outskirts of the very sought after village of North Molton, which offers an excellent range of local amenities including primary school, public house, two churches, excellent post office/stores, garage/petrol station and sports club. The village is easily accessible to the A361 North Devon Link Road, which provides a direct route to the regional centre of Barnstaple and to Tiverton, Tiverton Parkway railway station on the London to Paddington line and to the M5 at Junction 27. The market town of South Molton is just three miles away offering a full range of social, shopping and banking facilities and senior schooling. The boundary of Exmoor National Park is only 2 miles away offering a wide range of outdoor pursuits including walking, horse riding, cycling and fishing and the famous North Devon coastline with some of the best beaches in the country at Croyde, Saunton Sands and Woolacombe also within easy reach by car.   Description Oakford House is an imposing detached property, formerly a farmhouse and attached cottage. The property was acquired in the 1960s and in the 1980s the cottage and part of the original farmhouse were extensively renovated to provide the current living accommodation, including a new roof to the whole of the property. The remainder of the original farmhouse is as it was and offers tremendous scope for additional accommodation or to create a property for dual family occupation, subject to the necessary consents being obtained. Accommodation Porch leading to Stair Hall with doors off to the double aspect Living Room with a lovely outlook and stone fireplace with woodburning stove on slate hearth and understairs storage area. Dining Room with stone fireplace and Parkray stove with display cupboards to the right hand side. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is fitted with a range of base and wall units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, Rayburn Royal set in front of a concealed inglenook fireplace, larder cupboard. Rear Hall with doors into Shower/WC and Utility with stainless steel sink unit with cupboards below, wall mounted cupboards and door into Garage. On the first floor the Landing serves Three good sized Double Bedrooms with the largest room having two double built in wardrobe cupboards, walk in airing cupboard and further walk in storage. The Bathroom is fitted with a panelled bath, pedestal washbasin and close coupled WC. At the northern end of the house is the remainder of the former Farmhouse, internally derelict apart from a new roof and part rebuilt concrete block walls. Outside To the front are large lawned gardens on two levels with an area of planted flowerbeds at the southern end. There is also a good sized parking and turning area to the side of the house. Set across from the house is a paddock, with the whole property amounting to just over 1 acre. Outbuildings Two storey stone/slate Barn with adjoining single storey stone and Cgi range of outhouses. Viewing Strictly by appointment please through the sole agents, Stags, on . Directions From the North Devon Link Road (A361) take the North Molton turning. Follow this road through the valley for approximately two miles and just before entering the village turn sharp left at Oakford Cross signposted to West Buckland and Brayford. Continue down this road for a short distance and Oakford House will be found on the right. Services Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Special Conditions Of Sale The particulars, remarks and stipulations contained herein shall be deemed to form part of the Special Conditions of Sale, but in the case of inconsistencies, the provisions of the latter shall prevail. If not attached to these sales particulars, copies of the Special Conditions of Sale should be obtained from either the vendor's solicitors or the auctioneers. It is the purchasers responsibility to make all necessary enquiries prior to auction. Solicitors Acting Messrs Brewer Harding & Rowe, The Square, Barnstaple, Devon, EX32 8Ls Ref GC Tel: Fax: Email: 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.

£300,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:05
·  Bedrooms: 6

A Wonderful Development Opportunity With Planning Permission And Listed Building Consent For Five Detached Dwellings Set In 2.8 Acres With Fine Open Views In An Excellent Commutable Location. Alternatively a large family home with land whilst retaining the Planning Permission for development in years to come of the outbuildings.. Comprising of farmhouse with attached cottage, derelict former detached housekeepers cottage, detached white cottage, detached barn and detached stables. Planning Permission, Decision Notices and various plans can be viewed on the Kirklees Council web site by using the following application nos. 2011/65/92786/E and 2011/62/92784/E.Epc Band G Farmhouse The farmhouse comprises:- Entrance Lobby Living Room 5.94m x 4.04m approx (19'6' x 13'3' appro x) Sitting Room 5.94m x 4.52m approx (19'6' x 14'10' appro x) Dining Kitchen 5.64m x 3.81m approx (18'6' x 12'6' appro x) Utility Room 3.61m x 2.29m approx (11'10' x 7'6' appro x) Bathroom 3.61m x 1.91m approx (11'10' x 6'3' appro x) First Floor Bedroom 1 6.10m x 4.22m approx (20'0' x 13'10' appro x) With store off 8'2'' x 5'2'' approx. Bedroom 2 4.27m x 3.45m approx (14'0' x 11'4' appro x) Bedroom 3 4.22m x 2.44m approx (13'10' x 8'0' appro x) Attached Cottage Comprises:- Living Room 4.95m x 3.66m approx (16'3' x 12'0' appro x) Dining Kitchen 5.03m x 3.35m approx (16'6' x 11'0' appro x) Dining Room 3.66m x 2.31m approx (12'0' x 7'7' appro x) Room 3.66m x 1.42m approx (12'0' x 4'8' appro x) First Floor Bedroom 1 3.71m x 3.00m approx (12'2' x 9'10' appro x) Bedroom 2 2.97m x 2.82m approx (9'9' x 9'3' appro x) Bedroom 3 3.78m x 2.49m approx (12'5' x 8'2' appro x) Housekeepers Cottage This is located in the bottom left hand corner of the development and arguably enjoys the nicest position with screened garden and wonderful views over adjoining countryside. The accommodation currently comprises:- Room 1 4.78m x 4.14m approx (15'8' x 13'7' appro x) Room 2 3.61m x 4.22m approx (11'10' x 13'10' appro x) Room 3 4.27m x 3.78m approx (14'0' x 12'5' appro x) The White Cottage This is located to the right hand side of the farmhouse and comprises:- Room 1 4.57m x 4.27m approx (15'0' x 14'0' appro x) Room 2 4.47m x 3.91m approx (14'8' x 12'10' appro x) Fuel Store 2.69m x 1.93m approx (8'10' x 6'4' appro x) Attached single storey fuel store. Store 2.69m x 0.74m approx (8'10' x 2'5' appro x) Detached Crook Barn This is located to the right hand side of the white cottage with the barn split into four sections with open store to one side and adjoining store. Each section to the barn measures:- Section Of Barn Section Of Barn Section 1 8.43m x 4.50m approx (27'8' x 14'9' appro x) Section 2 8.43m x 4.50m approx (27'8' x 14'9' appro x) Section 3 8.43m x 3.43m approx (27'8' x 11'3' appro x) Section 4 8.43m x 4.67m approx (27'8' x 15'4' appro x) ATTACHED Store 4.27m x 3.35m approx (14'0' x 11'0' appro x) OPEN Store 5.28m x 3.30m approx (17'4' x 10'10' appro x) Stables These are situated set back and adjacent to the barn and comprise to the ground floor:- Room 1 8.28m x 5.49m approx (27'2' x 18'0' appro x) Room 2 5.33m x 5.49m approx (17'6' x 18'0' appro x) First Floor Room 5.33m x 5.49m approx (17'6' x 18'0' appro x) Outside The property stands in approximately 2.8 acres where there are formal gardens for both the farmhouse and housekeepers cottage, the farmhouse also has a detached cart shed. Cart Shed 9.55m x 4.65m approx (31'4' x 15'3' appro x) This would ultimately be garaging for the farmhouse. Paddocks There are grassed paddocks which lie to the north of the farmhouse but mainly to the south west and these extend to around 1.62 acres. There are other agricultural buildings within the fatrm that would be demolished as part of the scheme. 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.

£500,000  

·  17th of november, 2012 07:21
·  Bedrooms: 3

An attractive traditional derelict farmhouse and stone built former Cowshed set in wonderful courtyard location in secluded valley commanding fabulous views over surrounding countryside towards the hillsides of the Cothi Valley. The buildings have detailed planning consent approved for a three bedroom house and a three bedroom cottage. The whole stands within mature grounds of approximately 1/2 acre with many splenided trees together with stream. Additional stone workshop The Farmhouse This has detailed planning consent for refurbishment to a three bedroom house. It is an L shaped property that measures . 11.77m(38'7'') x 4.59m(15'1'') . 5.16m(16'11'') x 3.48m(11'5'') The Former Cowshed 9.57m(31'5'') x 4.59m(15'1'') This has detailed planning consent for conversion to a two bedroom cottage Workshop 7.59m(24'11'') x 4.65m(15'3'') A traditional stone built former farm building located alongside the farmhouse Grounds The property stands within grounds of approximately 1/2 acre with many splendid mature trees together with stream boundary. View From Farmhouse Tenure And Possession We understand that the property is freehold and that vacant possession will be given on completion Council Tax Not yet assessed Education A wide range of state schools are to be found in Talley, Llanfynydd, Llandeilo and Carmarthen - Private schools include Llandovery College and Christ College, Brecon (independant schools Sporting & Recreational There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling from the property. Hunting is with the Llandeilo Farmers Hunt. The Rivers Towy and Cothi are noted for their Salmon and Sewin (Sea trout) fishing, membership of associations is by application. There are Golf courses at Llandybie, Garnant and Carmarthen. The area is noted for its ancient castles and Gardens, with Carreg Cennen castle, Dinefwr Park, Aberglasney and the Botanic Garden of Wales within half an hours drive. The extensive Gower, Carmarthen and Pembrokeshire coastline are within an hours drive. Location The property enjoys a sligtly elevated location to take advantage of the wonderful surrounding scenery for which this area is renowned. It is approximately 7 miles from the A. 40 and the Country Market town of Llandeilo which provides a good range of amenities together with rail link on the 'Heart of Wales' line. The county administrative town of Carmarthen is approximately 22 miles and the M.4 motorway can be joined at Pont Abraham providing access to the University city of Swansea and of course is the main route to the rest of the country. Viewing By appointment with Bjp N.B. These details are a general guideline for intending purchasers and do not constitute an offer of contract. Bjp have visited the property, but not surveyed or tested any of the appliances, services or systems in it including heating, plumbing, drainage etc. The Sellers have checked and approved the details, however purchasers must rely on their own and/or their Surveyor's inspections and the Solicitors enquiries to determine the overall condition, size and acreage of the property, and also any Planning, Rights of Way, Easements, or other matters relating to it. 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These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements of representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. The seller does not make or give nor do we or our employees have the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. Prospective purchasers should contact the office before viewing the property, this is particularly important if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. Bjp Property People is the trading name of Bjp Property People Limited Lifestyle Activities Equestrian Fishing City Golf Rural Coastal Cycling Hiking Town Amenities and Services Schools University Property Characteristics Detatched Conversion Freehold Vacant Property Features Garden Courtyard Views. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1561066/

£149,677  

·  17th of november, 2012 07:47
·  Bedrooms: 6

A Wonderful Development Opportunity With Planning Permission And Listed Building Consent For Five Detached Dwellings Set In 2.8 Acres With Fine Open Views In An Excellent Commutable Location. Alternatively a large family home with land whilst retaining the Planning Permission for development in years to come of the outbuildings. To be sold by informal tender with a closing date of 12 noon Monday 29th October. Comprising of farmhouse with attached cottage, derelict former detached housekeepers cottage, detached white cottage, detached barn and detached stables. Planning Permission, Decision Notices and various plans can be viewed on the Kirklees Council web site by using the following application nos. 2011/65/92786/E and 2011/62/92784/E. Viewing Schedule and tender form are within the Sales Particulars and online. Viewing Schedule Saturday 29th September 11- 12 Wednesday 3rd October 4.30 - 5.30 Saturday 6th October 11 -12 Wednesday 10th October 4.30 - 5.30 Saturday 13th October 11 -12 Wednesday 17th October 4.30 - 5.30 Saturday 20th October 11 - 12 Farmhouse The farmhouse comprises:- Entrance Lobby Living Room 5.94m x 4.04m approx (19'6' x 13'3' appro x) Sitting Room 5.94m x 4.52m approx (19'6' x 14'10' appro x) Dining Kitchen 5.64m x 3.81m approx (18'6' x 12'6' appro x) Utility Room 3.61m x 2.29m approx (11'10' x 7'6' appro x) Bathroom 3.61m x 1.91m approx (11'10' x 6'3' appro x) First Floor Bedroom 1 6.10m x 4.22m approx (20'0' x 13'10' appro x) With store off 8'2'' x 5'2'' approx. Bedroom 2 4.27m x 3.45m approx (14'0' x 11'4' appro x) Bedroom 3 4.22m x 2.44m approx (13'10' x 8'0' appro x) Attached Cottage Comprises:- Living Room 4.95m x 3.66m approx (16'3' x 12'0' appro x) Dining Kitchen 5.03m x 3.35m approx (16'6' x 11'0' appro x) Dining Room 3.66m x 2.31m approx (12'0' x 7'7' appro x) Room 3.66m x 1.42m approx (12'0' x 4'8' appro x) First Floor Bedroom 1 3.71m x 3.00m approx (12'2' x 9'10' appro x) Bedroom 2 2.97m x 2.82m approx (9'9' x 9'3' appro x) Bedroom 3 3.78m x 2.49m approx (12'5' x 8'2' appro x) Housekeepers Cottage This is located in the bottom left hand corner of the development and arguably enjoys the nicest position with screened garden and wonderful views over adjoining countryside. The accommodation currently comprises:- Room 1 4.78m x 4.14m approx (15'8' x 13'7' appro x) Room 2 3.61m x 4.22m approx (11'10' x 13'10' appro x) Room 3 4.27m x 3.78m approx (14'0' x 12'5' appro x) The White Cottage This is located to the right hand side of the farmhouse and comprises:- Room 1 4.57m x 4.27m approx (15'0' x 14'0' appro x) Room 2 4.47m x 3.91m approx (14'8' x 12'10' appro x) Fuel Store 2.69m x 1.93m approx (8'10' x 6'4' appro x) Attached single storey fuel store. Store 2.69m x 0.74m approx (8'10' x 2'5' appro x) Detached Crook Barn This is located to the right hand side of the white cottage with the barn split into four sections with open store to one side and adjoining store. Each section to the barn measures:- Section Of Barn Section Of Barn Section 1 8.43m x 4.50m approx (27'8' x 14'9' appro x) Section 2 8.43m x 4.50m approx (27'8' x 14'9' appro x) Section 3 8.43m x 3.43m approx (27'8' x 11'3' appro x) Section 4 8.43m x 4.67m approx (27'8' x 15'4' appro x) ATTACHED Store 4.27m x 3.35m approx (14'0' x 11'0' appro x) OPEN Store 5.28m x 3.30m approx (17'4' x 10'10' appro x) Stables These are situated set back and adjacent to the barn and comprise to the ground floor:- Room 1 8.28m x 5.49m approx (27'2' x 18'0' appro x) Room 2 5.33m x 5.49m approx (17'6' x 18'0' appro x) First Floor Room 5.33m x 5.49m approx (17'6' x 18'0' appro x) Outside The property stands in approximately 2.8 acres where there are formal gardens for both the farmhouse and housekeepers cottage, the farmhouse also has a detached cart shed. Cart Shed 9.55m x 4.65m approx (31'4' x 15'3' appro x) This would ultimately be garaging for the farmhouse. Paddocks There are grassed paddocks which lie to the north of the farmhouse but mainly to the south west and these extend to around 1.62 acres. There are other agricultural buildings within the fatrm that would be demolished as part of the scheme. External External External External External PB Additional Details Route Proceed out of Huddersfield along Leeds Road and on reaching the traffic lights and roundabout at Cooperbridge take the second exit and keep left continuing passing The Three Nuns Public House then at the next set of traffic lights at the junction with Stocksbank Road continue straight ahead towards Whitleys Garden Centre where Mock Hall Farm will shortly be found on the left hand side. Qr Code Please scan the Qr Code to view our website (you will need to download a free Qr Reader onto your smartphone, search the App Store and follow the on-screen instructions). You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. 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£383,789  

·  12th of february 18:44
·  Bedrooms: 3

Fletcher & Company are delighted to offer For Sale this attractive Grade II listed farmhouse situated in a highly desirable location with a barn building that has expired Listed consent for conversion. The accommodation briefly comprises: Hall, Living Room, Sitting Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Pantry, Cellar, First Floor Landing, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, Gardens, Driveway, Outbuildings, Garage and Barn Building. Additional Small Paddock & Garden (0.293 acres) Available. The property is set in a rural setting surrounded by Derbyshire countryside situated on 0.57 acres with an additional 0.83 acres available at a price of 20, 000. The home requiring some modernisation in 0.66 acres with outbuildings, garage and barn building, and located on a private agricultural estate. Ground Floor Entrance Hall Stairs off and doors to living room and sitting room. sitting/ dining room 12'3' x 12'3' This well proportioned reception room offers a versatile space suitable for either sitting or dining. There is a feature fireplace with open fire and tiled hearth, exposed beams to ceiling and sash window to front with shutters. Living Room 17'6 x 12'3' There is a further feature fireplace with open fire and stone hearth. Storage heater, built-in storage cupboard, sash window to front with shutters, window to rear and door to: Breakfast Kitchen 12'9' x 10'6' Fitted with a range of base and eye-level unit with work surfaces over incorporating a stainless steel sink with drainer board. There is plumbing for an washing machine, space for cooker and fridge/freezer. Beamed ceiling, stairs down to cellar, two windows to side, side entrance door and door to: Pantry 12'9' x 4'3' A spacious pantry providing excellent storage space. Cellar 10' 0' x 9' 9' (3.06m x 2.99m) 10'0' x 9'9' The cellar also provides useful storage space. First Floor Landing On the First Floor Landing there is a staircase leading from from the ground floor hall, sash window to front and doors to bedrooms and bathroom. Master Bedroom 17'0' x 12'6' The Master Bedroom has a storage heater, sash window to front and door to a balcony overlooking the landing with window to front. Bedroom Two 12'6' x 12'6' A further double bedroom with storage heater and sash window to front. Bedroom Three 14'0' x 13'9' Bedroom Three has a storage heater and two windows to the side aspect. Bathroom Fitted with a three piece suite comprising a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and bath with part tiled walls and window to rear. Outside The property can be reached via a five bar gate opening to a shared tarmac driveway proving access to the garage and outbuilding with further gated access leading to the property. The property stands in approximately 0.57 acres of land surrounding the farmhouse and is principally laid to lawn with mature borders and paved patio area. An additional paddock extending to 0.83 acres is available for an additional 20, 000. Detached Derelict Barn. This requires total refurbishment. There was Grade II listed consent/planning which has now expired. Double Garage Up and over doors Brick Outbuildings / Store Tenure Freehold (Purchasers are recommended to satisfy themselves as to tenure via their legal representative). Notes We believe there are some structural issues with the property Services Mains (water, electricity) are believed to be connected to the property but purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves as to their suitability. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1412310/

£483,574  

·  17th of february 01:08
·  Bedrooms: 5

A Georgian Grade II Listed Semi Derelict Farmhouse Requiring Complete Modernisation and Improvement, 4/5 Bedrooms, 2/3 Reception Rooms, Useful Store Rooms, Fireplaces, Beams & About 1/4 Acre (stms) in Very Rural Position. Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Store Room, Pantry & Further Store Rooms. On The First Floor: 4/5 Bedrooms. Outside: Useful Double Height Store Room, Ample Parking To Front, Long Rear Garden. Council Tax Band E. Mains Electricity.. Water is Shared Private Bore Hole. Septic Tank Drainage Great Dunham is a wide spread village situated in the triangle between Dereham, Swaffham & Fakenham and is about 3 miles south of Litcham where there is an excellent secondary modern school & shopping facilities & about 3 miles north of Necton where there are other good shops. To find the property leave Dereham in the direction of Swaffham on the A47 trunk road and on reaching Necton turn right (Northwoods). Proceeding through the village of Little Dunham & on entering Great Dunham take the first turning right, proceed for about 1/2 mile and turn left signposted Beeston. After 300 yards there will be a track on the right at the end of which is The Mill House and The Granary. The accommodation comprises: ENTRANCE HALL: with timber door, quarry tiled floor. SITTING ROOM: 14'8 x 13'8 (4.47m x 4.17m) with large fireplace, exposed heavy ceiling beams, recessed storage cupboard. DINING ROOM: 12'9 x 14' (3.89m x 4.27m) with fireplace, corner cupboard, door to staircase. INNER HALL: leading to: BATHROOM: 10' x 6'5 (3.05m x 1.96m) KITCHEN: 13'1 x 8'10 (3.99m x 2.69m) containing old range and wall oven. PORCH: 7'10 x 5' (2.39m x 1.52m) with door to front. STORE: 6'9 x 7'1 (2.06m x 2.16m) PANTRY CUPBOARD: 4' x 4' (1.22m x 1.22m) FURTHER STORE: 7'1 x 4'3 (2.16m x 1.3m ) ON THE FIRST FLOOR: UPPER LANDING BEDROOM 1: 14'8 x 13'8 (4.47m x 4.17m) with former fireplace, recessed built in wardrobe. BEDROOM 2: 14'8 x 11'6 (4.47m x 3.51m) with storage cupboard, new ceiling, steps down to: BEDROOM 3: 11'1 x 7'5 (3.38m x 2.26m) with sloping ceiling. BEDROOM 4: 14'1 x 7' (4.29m x 2.13m) with sloping ceiling. BEDROOM 5: 13' x 9'5 (3.96m x 2.87m) with sloping ceiling and chimney breast. OUTSIDE: The property is approached over a long gravelled driveway which is in the owner ship of Mill House with a right of way to both The Granary and the caravan beyond. Immediately in front of Mill House is a good sized garden with circular pond and ample parking space. To the rear is garden primarily laid to lawn and bounded on the left hand side by young laurel hedging and on the right hand side by a mixture of wall and mature hedging. The whole plot amounts to about 1/4 acre (stms). Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. 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. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t618088/

£176,542  

·  8th of april 22:48
·  Bedrooms: 3

***Presented to the market by Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire :: *** From derelict to delight in 20 years with reclaimed brick and stone this 3 bedroomed country cottage has undergone a sympathetic extension of improvements. Stunning open fires to the three principal reception rooms, Georgian style double glazing, modern central heating and oil fired Aga to ensure that Welton Cottage is a family home fit for modern living. The farmhouse style pine kitchen leads to the ground floor study. The first floor boasts three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms with period style suites. Extensive views across rural Lincolnshire, lawned gardens and a walled courtyard with a stone built garage and additional caravan space complete the property. For further information and to arrange a viewing telephone Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire on [JOURNAL & REFINED] From derelict to delight in 20 years with reclaimed brick and stone this 3 bedroomed country cottage has undergone a sympathetic extension of improvements. Stunning open fires to the three principal reception rooms, Georgian style double glazing, modern central heating and oil fired Aga to ensure that Welton Cottage is a family home fit for modern living. The farmhouse style pine kitchen leads to the ground floor study. The first floor boasts three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms with period style suites. Extensive views across rural Lincolnshire, lawned gardens and a walled courtyard with a stone built garage and additional caravan space complete the property. INTRODUCTION From derelict to delight. Driven by a desire to create the ideal country cottage, a 20 year labour of love has resulted in this dilapidated property being transformed into a home of evident style and charm. Sympathetic extension and improvement from its original five ground floor and one first floor rooms successfully marries modern proportion and flexibility whilst enhancing the traditional feel. The use of reclaimed brick and stone, internal ledged and braced doors and stunning open fires to the three principal reception rooms are balanced by the discreet inclusion of Georgian style double glazing, modern central heating and oil fired Aga to ensure that Welton Cottage is a family home fit for modern living. The southern facing entrance opens to a dining hall with dressed stone Minster fireplace and guarantees a convivial welcome. The principal sitting room with its timber open fireplace has a traditional style which is balanced by the more informal, dual aspect second sitting room with its cosy inglenook. The farmhouse pine kitchen with Aga again harks back to its working roots whilst the ground floor study is an excellent work space for the modern executive. The first floor boasts three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms with period style suites. Welton Cottage enjoys extensive views across rural Lincolnshire with a traditional lawned garden and roses round the door to the front. There is a walled courtyard garden which provides a private, secure entertaining or play space with a brick built summerhouse/hobby room. A stone built garage and additional caravan space complete the property. Welton Cottage - charm personified. CANOPIED, DOUBLE GLAZED ENTRANCE PORCH Quarry tiled floor. DINING HALL 16' 4'' x 13' 8 (4.97m x 4.16m) The convivial heart of the home with its painted panelled walls, porcelain tiled floor, superb dressed stone Minster open fireplace, Georgian style windows to the front and rear and spindle balustraded staircase to the first floor. PRINCIPAL SITTING ROOM 16' 9'' x 13' 10 (5.10m x 4.21m) A room of traditional charm centred around the open fireplace with its stylish timber surround and fitted bookcase to one side. There are two south facing double glazed windows, central painted beam and additional radiator in ornamental grille. KITCHEN 16' 9'' x 12' 7 max (5.10m x 3.83m max) Appointed with an extensive range of farmhouse pine style units with complementary work surfacing including a double stainless steel sink unit. Its practical origins are emphasised by the quarry tiled floor and the painted brick recess with oil fired Aga and additional electric oven. The kitchen is completed by a useful pantry store. A side entrance hall with cloaks cupboard and double glazed entrance door leads to: UTILITY 5' 8'' x 7' 6 (1.73m x 2.28m) Additional high and low units and storage cupboards together with space and plumbing for washing machine. OFFICE/STUDY 7' 5'' x 7' 10 (2.26m x 2.39m) Double glazed window to the front aspect, telephone point and radiator. SECOND SITTING ROOM 16' 8'' plus 4'10 recess x 15' 10 (5.08m plus recess x 4.82m) A light and airy relaxing room with its high vaulted ceiling, arched French doors to the southern aspect and additional window to the west. There is a striking brick lined inglenook with timber mantel surround, inset cast iron grate with canopy and distinctive timber flooring. FIRST FLOOR BEDROOM 1 19' 10'' x 10' 11 (6.04m x 3.32m) A generously proportioned room with two double glazed windows to the front aspect, radiators, painted central beam and decorative cast iron fireplace. EN-SUITE 13' 3'' ex. shower x 5' 7 (4.04m ex. shower x 1.70m) Traditional period style suite in white to include panelled bath, bidet, close coupled wc, vanity unit, recessed tiled shower area with extractor fan and linen store. BEDROOM 2 10' 6'' x 10' 10 (3.20m x 3.30m) An ideal guest room with double glazed window, fitted double wardrobe, painted central beam and access to the roof space. BEDROOM 3 14' 6'' x 10' 10 ex. door recess (4.42m x 3.30m ex. door recess) Two double glazed windows to the southern aspect, radiator and central beam. FAMILY BATHROOM 11' 1'' x 5' 6 (3.38m x 1.68m) Further traditional suite in white to include panelled bath with mixer shower attachment, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin. OUTSIDE The property is situated on the fringe of the Lincolnshire village of Kexby and enjoys open aspects to both the front and rear. A picket fence opens to a traditional lawned garden with climbing roses around the door. There is a walled and gated side courtyard with additional lawn and broad concrete walkways together with brick edged raised beds. A useful addition is the brick and pitched tile summerhouse/hobby room with electric light and power and attached potting shed. Twin timber gates allow access to the caravan space and beyond this there is a detached brick and stone garage with up and over entrance door, electric light and power and stairs to first floor hobby/store area. A walkway allows access to the rear of the property there is an integral boiler house housing the oil fired central heating boiler. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1816184/

£226,435  

·  10th of february 05:17
·  Bedrooms: 4

SUMMARY A rare opportunity to acquire a character property offering great potential for re-development. Enjoying a sizeable plot of around a quarter of an acre with attached outbuildings formerly cattle sheds, stables and pig sties together with stone built open garage. Viewing strictly by appointment. DESCRIPTION Attention discerning buyers! A unique opportunity to acquire a most imposing stone built property with attached and additional outbuildings standing within a generous plot being prime for re-development set in approximately a quarter of an acre. Although having been a family home of recent years the property was formerly Hillside Farm and reputed to have been the Ball Inn hostelry at one point. However, after some sympathetic restoration the farmhouse would make a fabulous family home with potential to renovate the outbuildings to additional dwellings subject to planning consents. Situated within the old part of North Anston Village having an elevated position with commanding views towards South Anston and beyond. We are encouraging potential buyers to view this on an accompanied basis and would respectfully suggest we are contacted to arrange a time to suit. Due to the uniqueness of this property we are expecting early interest on the property. The village of North Anston lies north of the A57 an ideal location for motorway commuting and having a host of local amenities including schools and college. Kitchen 16' 6" x 9' 6" ( 5.03m x 2.90m ) Requiring refurbishment and currently comprising of free standing cabinets, range cooker and plumbing for washing machine. Single glazed window, double glazed side window and front entrance door. Central heating radiator. Dining Room 20' 2" narrowing to x 12' 11" ( 6.15m narrowing to x 3.94m ) Front facing double glazed window, built in storage cupboards, wood burning stove and front entrance door. Central heating radiators. Stairs ascend to first floor rooms. Lounge 20' x 11' 2" ( 6.10m x 3.40m ) Good sized lounge with front and side facing double glazed window, central heating radiator, open chimney breast and feature beams to ceiling. First Floor And Landing Turning staircase from the dining room leads to the landing with utility area and doors off to bedrooms. Bedroom One 18' 1" narrowing to x 11' 4" ( 5.51m narrowing to x 3.45m ) Double bedroom with front and side facing single glazed windows enjoying delightful far reaching views towards South Anston and beyond. Central heating radiator. Door leads through to an area of the house which is used for storage but houses a low flush WC and would make an excellent en-suite. Bedroom Two 13' 1" x 11' 11" ( 3.99m x 3.63m ) Second double bedroom with central heating radiator, single glazed and double glazed window with elevated views. Bedroom Three 13' 3" x 7' 4" ( 4.04m x 2.24m ) Having double glazed window, central heating radiator and airing cupboard. Bedroom Four 12' 4" x 7' 6" ( 3.76m x 2.29m ) Having double glazed window and central heating radiator Bathroom White three piece suite comprising bath with electric shower over, pedestal hand wash basin and low flush WC. Full tiling to the walls and double glazed window. Attached Outbuildings Two storey undeveloped section joined to the main house. Several outbuildings formerly cattleshed with power and lighting, derelict stables and pig sties. In addition to the farmhouse there is a stone built garage which is not enclosed and can house several vehicles. Exterior And Gardens The size of the plot is approximately one quarter of an acre and has a pretty cottage style garden to the front of the main farmhouse with stone walling around. The remainder of the plot is of hardstanding and grassed areas with a variety of shrubs and trees. A gate to the far end of the plot leads out to a driveway which also gives access to neighbouring garages. Note Please note the measurements only relate to the occupied building. 1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. 2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. 3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture. 4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 5. THESE PARTICULARS ARE ISSUED IN GOOD FAITH BUT DO NOT CONSTITUTE REPRESENTATIONS OF FACT OR FORM PART OF ANY OFFER OR CONTRACT. THE MATTERS REFERRED TO IN THESE PARTICULARS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS OR TENANTS. NEITHER SEQUENCE (UK) LIMITED NOR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE OR GIVE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATEVER IN RELATION TO THIS PROPERTY. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t622782/

£211,084  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:08
·  Bedrooms: 4

Summary A rare opportunity to acquire a character property offering great potential for re-development. Enjoying a sizeable plot of around a quarter of an acre with attached outbuildings formerly cattle sheds, stables and pig sties together with stone built open garage. Viewing strictly by appointment. Description Attention discerning buyers! A unique opportunity to acquire a most imposing stone built property with attached and additional outbuildings standing within a generous plot being prime for re-development set in approximately a quarter of an acre. Although having been a family home of recent years the property was formerly Hillside Farm and reputed to have been the Ball Inn hostelry at one point. However, after some sympathetic restoration the farmhouse would make a fabulous family home with potential to renovate the outbuildings to additional dwellings subject to planning consents. Situated within the old part of North Anston Village having an elevated position with commanding views towards South Anston and beyond. We are encouraging potential buyers to view this on an accompanied basis and would respectfully suggest we are contacted to arrange a time to suit. Due to the uniqueness of this property we are expecting early interest on the property. The village of North Anston lies north of the A57 an ideal location for motorway commuting and having a host of local amenities including schools and college. Kitchen 16' 6" x 9' 6" ( 5.03m x 2.90m ) Requiring refurbishment and currently comprising of free standing cabinets, range cooker and plumbing for washing machine. Single glazed window and front entrance door. Dining Room 20' 2" narrowing to x 12' 11" ( 6.15m narrowing to x 3.94m ) Front facing double glazed window, built in storage cupboards, original wood burning stove. Stairs ascend to first floor rooms. Lounge 20' x 11' 2" ( 6.10m x 3.40m ) Good sized lounge with front facing double glazed window, central heating radiator, open chimney breast and feature beams to ceiling. First Floor And Landing  Turning staircase from the dining room leads to the landing with utility area and doors off to bedrooms. Bedroom One 18' 1" narrowing to x 11' 4" ( 5.51m narrowing to x 3.45m ) Double bedroom with front and side facing single glazed windows enjoying delightful far reaching views towards South Anston and beyond. Central heating radiator. Door leads through to an area of the house which is used for storage but houses a low flush WC and would make an excellent en-suite. From this area there are timber stairs leading down to one of the attached outbuildings. Bedroom Two 13' 1" x 11' 11" ( 3.99m x 3.63m ) Second double bedroom with central heating radiator, single glazed and double glazed window with elevated views. Bedroom Three 13' 3" x 7' 4" ( 4.04m x 2.24m ) Having double glazed window, central heating radiator and airing cupboard. Bedroom Four 12' 4" x 7' 6" ( 3.76m x 2.29m ) Having double glazed window and central heating radiator Bathroom  White three piece suite comprising bath, pedestal hand wash basin, low flush Ywca, partial tiling to the walls and double glazed window. Attached Outbuildings  Two storey undeveloped section joined to the main house. Several outbuildings formerly cattleshed with power and lighting, derelict stables and pig sties. In addition to the farmhouse there is a stone built garage which is not enclosed and can house several vehicles. Exterior And Gardens  The size of the plot is approximately one quarter of an acre and has a pretty cottage style garden to the front of the main farmhouse with stone walling around. The remainder of the plot is of hardstanding and grassed areas with a variety of shrubs and trees. A gate to the far end of the plot leads out to a driveway which also gives access to neighbouring garages. Note  Please note the measurements only relate to the occupied building. 1. Money Laundering Regulations: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. 2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. 3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture. 4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 5. These Particulars Are Issued In Good Faith But Do Not Constitute Representations Of Fact Or Form Part Of Any Offer Or Contract. The Matters Referred To In These Particulars Should Be Independently Verified By Prospective Buyers Or Tenants. Neither Sequence (UK) Limited Nor Any Of Its Employees Or Agents Has Any Authority To Make Or Give Any Representation Or Warranty Whatever In Relation To This Property.

£299,950  

·  4th of april, 2013 06:52
·  Bedrooms: 3

An attractive period stone farmhouse (not listed) set on the edge of a small hamlet close to Bodmin Moor with a stone barn offering conversion potential (STP) and 25 acres of farmland (available with less land). An attractive period stone farmhouse set on the edge of a small hamlet close to Bodmin Moor with a stone barn offering conversion potential (STP) and 25 acres of farmland (available with less land). Period Stone Farmhouse (not listed) Stone Barn with conversion potential (STP) Further Outbuildings Well Stocked Garden With Summerhouse Mature Woodland With Well Edge Of Hamlet Location Near Bodmin Moor Up To 25 Acres Of Farmland Available In 3 Lots . The house has modern facilities such as oil central heating and recent kitchen and bathroom fittings, whilst also offering potential to extend and improve the accommodation utilising two first floor store rooms and an attached stone barn, which could also provide an annexe or holiday let, all subject to any necessary planning consents. . Set on the edge of the small hamlet of Tremail less than a mile from the open moorland of Bodmin Moor, the property has front and rear gardens with further buildings and a summer house, a yard and, across the minor road to the front, an area of mature woodland known as The Rookery and The Well containing the well once providing water to the local community. . There are three separate blocks of farmland all within a short walk and set on the South, West and East sides of the hamlet. . Tremail lies about a mile from Bodmin Moor and a mile from the A395 main road giving access North to the A39, Camelford, Bude and the North coast, or South to the A30 and Launceston. . Multi-glazed entrance door into the: Entrance Porch: Granite flooring. Slate shelving. Granite doorway with solid timber door leads into the: Lobby: Opening to the: Farmhouse Kitchen:17'4" x 14'1" (5.28m x 4.3m). Multi-paned window to front. Stone fireplace with timber lintel over and inset cloam bread oven. Oil-fired Rayburn (providing heating to radiators and hot water). Airing-style cupboard beside. Further storage cupboard. Radiator. Exposed beam ceiling. Television point. Wall mounted electric meter board. An L-shaped room open through to the: Kitchen:10'2" x 5'9" (3.1m x 1.75m). Multi-paned window to side. Obscured window to rear. A range of matching country style base level units with space for washing machine, fridge/freezer and slimline dishwasher beneath a roll edge worksurface with inset one and a half bowl sink and drainer and mixer tap. Further inset 4 ring electric hob with concealed extractor unit above. Part-tiled walls. Matching range of eye level cupboards with inset eye-level double electric oven and electric cooker point. . From the farmhouse kitchen, further doors to the: Bathroom:8'7" x 5'10" (2.62m x 1.78m). Windows to rear and side. Tile enclosed bath with fixed shower screen and mixer tap with shower attachment and further electric shower above. Low level WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled flooring and part-tiled walls. Built-in cupboard. Night storage heater. Heated towel rail. Inset spotlights. Extractor unit. Dining Room:13'11" x 13' (4.24m x 3.96m). Deep silled multi-paned sash window to front with pleasant outlook across the front gardens across to the property's woodland. Modern stone fireplace with wooden shelf above. Slate hearth and open fire. Further built-in timber lintel. Boarded ceiling. Telephone point. Door with wooden panelling beside leading into the: Living Room:18'5" x 13'9" (5.61m x 4.2m). Multi-paned door to the front garden. Multi-paned sash window to front. Multi-fuel fire set on a granite hearth with Edwardian tiled backing and stone surround. Decorative recess. High level exposed granite stone (former fireplace). Telephone point. Wall mounted thermostat. Staircase leads up to first floor. First Floor Landing: The stairs split to either side with mosaic window in front. Hatch to loft. Radiator. Doors to: Bedroom One:15' x 11'5" (4.57m x 3.48m). Multi-paned window to front. Radiator. Low level recess and granite lintel from former fireplace. Night storage heater. Partially exposed timbers. Bedroom Three:9'2" x 7'8" (2.8m x 2.34m). Multi-paned window to front. Partially exposed ceiling timbers. Night storage heater. Bedroom Two:15' x 10'9" (4.57m x 3.28m). Multi-paned window to front. Cast iron fireplace. Decorative alcove. Radiator. Night storage heater. Telephone and television point. Partially exposed ceiling timbers. Door into: Store Room 1:11' x 9'3" (max) (3.35m x 2.82m (max)). Multi-paned window to front. Requiring work and with visible roof apex. Doorway through to: Store Room 2:15' x 10'5" (4.57m x 3.18m). Multi-paned window to front. Requiring work and with visible roof apex. Further alcove and eaves storage. Hot water cylinder and cold water tanks. Outside: Approaching the farmhouse through an iron gate with concrete paths leading through the front garden to the front entrance doors with electrical lighting to either side. The mature front gardens consist of levelled lawn interspersed with flowerbed and shrub borders, two clipped Yew trees and impressive granite water troughs. Path leading across the front leads through to the: Attached Stone Barn:28'5" (8.66m) (approx) x 14'4" (4.37m). Stone wall and slate roof. Open over both floors with two sealed entrances on the first floor and two doors to the first. Opportunity for conversion subject to the relevant planning consents. The barn is directly in front of a concrete yard where further outbuildings include: Former Piggeries: A long stone building with slate roof which protrudes from the front of the house: 1st:5'10" x 6'11" (1.78m x 2.1m). Doorway into the: 2nd:11'8" x 6'11" (3.56m x 2.1m). Door to yard. 3rd:13'9" (4.2m) (+ 6'5" (1.96m)) x 6'9" (2.06m) (overall). Divided into three by traditional slate divides with three separate entrance doors, Further attached: LOG/Store Room:12'6" x 6'3" (3.8m x 1.9m). With double doors. Derelict Parlour:26'8" x 13'10" (8.13m x 4.22m). Concrete divides (currently with no roof) Attached Store: With power. Attached Carport:15'9" x 9'5" (4.8m x 2.87m). Perspex roof over. . At the lower end of the courtyard a 5 bar gate with a large raised shrub and flowerbed border leads into a further gravelled parking yard with granite steps and granite posts leading to the: Main Garden: Also accessed by a pedestrian gate. Consisting of levelled lawn areas, landscaped flowerbed and shrub borders with impressive granite pieces. Further gravelled seating area. NB. Some of the stone features and a slate trough are excluded from the sale. Summerhouse:12'4" x 9'7" (3.76m x 2.92m). Deck area directly in front with doors and windows beside and further windows to sides. Electric and power. . Within the private gardens there is further greenhouse frame. Wild gardens continuing down the back of the property where the oil tank is sited. 5 bar gate to the lawned lane leading to the rear of the property. Woodland: Across the road to the front of the farmhouse is an area of mature woodland known as The Rookery and The Well providing a pleasant outlook and amenity. An old well is thought to have once been the main water supply to the local community. Land: In total the property extends to about. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2683352/

£459,779  

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