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·  17th of november, 2012 09:39
·  Bedrooms: 4

This property is in Luton only 30 km from London Centre The House consist in 4 bedroom one shower ...

£108,787  

·  8th of september, 2013 03:55

** NEW PRICE ** This derelict barn is situated at Blankney Dales close to the River Witham and is set in grounds of approximately 3½ ACRES and is ideal for residential conversion subject to Planning Permission being obtained from North Kesteven District Council and any Building Regulations Approval. The property has had a structural report carried out on it together with a bat report, details of which are available from our client.

£119,000  

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

Pygott & Crone are delighted to offer this unique opportunity to purchase this derelict barn which has full planning permission to convert into a 2 bedroom dwelling. The barn is being offered with 1.25 acres (subject to survey) the project once completed will comprise Kitchen, Lounge/Diner, Bathroom, Utility Room, Store Room, Cloakroom and 2 Bedrooms. Ideally located within a semi rural location and approximately 3 miles from the market town of Boston the property is within easy walking distance to bus stops for access into the town centre. Furthermore the property boasts open views all around. Viewing is recommended to appreciate the unique project on offer.

£119,000  

·  17th of november, 2012 09:13

Unique loft style property with vaulted oak ceiling and bags of character. At around 1180 Sq ft, this property is located on the 1st floor of this small derelict 1800's building close to the City / Shoreditch. Our searches show that this locally listed property has been derelict for over 30 years and would therefore require extensive refurbishment. House-Homes For Sale bed in Hackney London United Kingdom find Hackney properties

£550,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:23

SITUATED The site is located in Denaby, circa 7 miles to the south west of Doncaster. It is located on Harlington Court which is accessed from the A6023 via Wadworth Street. The A6023 benefits from access to the A630 which provides direct links to Rotherham and Barnsley. It also leads to the A1(M) enabling access to the wider motorway network. The property is located adjacent to a residential area with Balby Street Junior and Infant School in close proximity. The property comprises a derelict former school on a grassed and concreted site extending to approximately 0.75 hectares (1.84 acres). TOWN PLANNING The property benefits from full planning permission for the 'erection of 36 houses on approximately 0.76 hectares of land' - 08/01524/FULM dated 11th August 2008

£425,000  

·  17th of september, 2013 01:37

Plot Suitable For Development With The Appropriate Planning Permission Possibly For Detached Property, Garages, Workshop, Storage Yard. Currently the land has a derelict garage/workshop and is accessed from from Rosemary Road and measures approximately: 30' (9.14m) x 70' (21.34m). 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.

£39,950  

·  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 05:05

Parkside Holdings comprises the derelict remains of a former dwelling house with considerable potential for redevelopment. The site is set in 1 acre of land and occupies a very prominent location with extensive rural views. There is a public right of way which runs parallel to the access off Green Lane. Viewing Arrangements Strictly by appointment with Sanderson Weatherall where Mr David Chary will be pleased to make a mutually convenient appointment to view. Vendor's Solicitor Ford & Warren, Westgate Point, Westgate, Leeds LS1 2AX. Telephone . 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.

£175,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:31

A rare opportunity to purchase a building plot in a most stunning location overlooking the village of Penrhynside with panoramic views of the local countryside and the main coast line. There is planning permission in place for a detached single dwelling with four bedrooms (1 with en-suite and dressing room), family bathroom, dining room, kitchen, separate W.C and living room. Garage, off road parking and gardens. Derelict outbuilding in need of renovation. There is approximately half an acre of land available with the plot. Main Plot Situated in an elevated position above the village of Penrhynside with stunning coastal and countryside views. The main building area is surrounded by grazing land belonging to a neighbouring property. Planning Permission Planning consent was passed on the 18th November 2010 (ref:DC/0/36648) for a single detached dwelling with four bedrooms (1 with en-suite and dressing room), family bathroom, dining room, kitchen, separate W.C and living room. Garage, off road parking and gardens. Derelict outbuilding in need of renovation. There is approximately half an acre of land available with the plot. Agents Notes We have been informed that the property will be a freehold property. Directions On entering the village of Penrhynside from Bryn Y Bia Road, turn right at the railings into Bryn Gwynt Lane and follow the road round to the right. Continue to the top of this road, passing the houses on your left hand side. Follow this lane to the very end and the building is located on the right hand side of this land, just before the main gates to Los Altos. Consumer Protection Regulations 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. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property. All measurements are approximate. Ref002409EMB280313 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.

£220,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:04

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION (Unless previously sold or withdrawn) LOT 10 - An excellent opportunity to acquire some 10 acres of land benefitting from a derelict cottage. The auction is to be held at 2pm on Thursday, September 19th 2013 at our Llangefni Auction Sale Rooms, 34 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7DU. Directions From our Llangefni office proceed along the B5110 towards Benllech for approximately 5 miles, turn right by the California Hotel towards Benllech, continue for 0.5 miles and take a right hand turn signposted Llanbedrgoch. Then take the 1st right hand turn down a track and the land can be found in approximately 0.25 miles on your right hand side. Location Set on the outskirts of the rural hamlet of Llanbedrgoch being some 6 miles from the market town of Llangefni which offers a range of local amenities. Description Approximately 9.36 Acres of grazing land classified as grade 3 on the Land Use Classification map for England and Wales. The land borders onto Afon Marchogion and benefits from a natural water supply as well as a supply from a private borehole.   The boundaries are in good stock proof condition and the land is well sheltered. The lot offers excellent potential with a derelict house situated on the land, with possible planning potential subject to the requisite planning content. An application has been made to the Caravan Club for a certified location at Ynys Ganol. The Caravan Club are prepared to grant a certificate subject to compliance with conditions contained in their schedule. All documentation relating to this can be viewed at our office. Land Schedule Field No 7657 - 1.021ha - 2.52a Field No 8455 - 0.474ha - 1.17a Field No 8363 - 0.644ha - 1.59a Field No 8965 - 0.956ha - 2.36a pt 0070 - 0.70ha - 1.72a est   Total - 3.795ha - 9.36a Right of Way The land is offered for sale subject to and with the benefit of all rights, either public or private, wayleaves, easements or other rights, whether specifically referred to or not. There is a public footpath running through the land. Tenure We have been informed by the vendor (the seller) that this property is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Your solicitor should confirm this point by reference to the auction pack. Services Mains electricity, private borehole, private drainage. Viewing Strictly by appointment through the agent. Plan The plan provided with these particulars is for identification purposes only and is not to scale. Buying at Auction Buyers are required to make their own investigations to satisfy themselves as to the condition of their purchase. Buyers intending to bid at auction are strongly advised to consult a legal adviser for independent advice on legal documentation and to make any pre-contract enquiries prior to bidding. Successful buyers are advised that the contract is binding on the fall of the gavel. Proof of Identification To comply with money laundering regulations all successful bidders are required to provide photographic identification and proof of address when signing the Memorandum of Sale. Acceptable photographic identification Current passport or UK driving licence Acceptable proof of address Original utility bill Building society or bank statement Credit card statement Any other form issued within the last 3 months that provides evidence of residency at the correspondence address. Deposits Deposits are to be paid on the Fall of the Hammer to either the attending acting solicitor or Morgan Evans & Co Ltd. Prior to auction, buyers should verify auction payment methods acceptable to attending solicitors. Payment made to Morgan Evans & Co Ltd can be made by any of the following methods; Debit card or Bankers Draft Personal Cheque (subject to prior arrangement). Solicitors The vendors solicitors are: Mr Richard Parry of Messrs R Gordon Roberts Laurie & Co, Glandwr Chambers, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7EE. An excellent opportunity to acquire some 10 acres of land benefitting from a derelict cottage. Public Auction - 2pm 19th September 2013 at the Llangefni Auction Sale Rooms. 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. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website. All measurements are approximate.

£60,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:33
·  Bedrooms: 4

PRELIMINARY DETAILSAn opportunity to acquire a valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOT extending to just under half an acre (214.6 square metres), with detailed planning permission to build a brand new 4 bedroom detached house and a detached double garage. Description PRELIMINARY DETAILS An opportunity to acquire a valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOT extending to just under half an acre (214.6 square metres), with detailed planning permission to build a brand new 4 bedroom detached house and a detached double garage. The plot is situated on the road between Horton village and Three Legged Cross, close to the Clump Hill junction at Mannington. Wimborne town centre is approximately 8.5 miles away and the market town of Ringwood is about 6 miles away. The new house will extend to over 1800 square feet, and has been designed as a contemporary style 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom detached house. Formerly a pair of derelict cottages, Bramble Farm and Bramble Cottage now have two separate permissions to build two 4 bedroom detached homes. Plans are available for inspection. PROMAP IMAGE: This Ordnance Survey plan should be taken as an approximate guide to boundaries. Specifics should be verified by the purchaser's solicitor. The building on this plan is no longer on the site. The purchasers will be responsible for the erection of new boundary fencing - details to be discussed. From The Horton Inn on the main B0358 between Wimborne and Cranborne, turn right signposted Horton Village. Pass through Horton Village and go past Druscillas Public House on your left hand side. Continue through a series of narrow bends and past Slough Lane on the left. After approximately 1 mile, Bramble Farm can be found on the left hand side, just before the junction of the Horton Road with Burts Lane on the right. 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.

£320,000  

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

About This Property Formerly two cottages this detached property sits within a plot of 0.3 acres and borders onto a river to one side and a meadow to the opposite side. Whilst in recent years the property has been improved there is still potential to improve and enlarge the accommodation, subject to obtaining the necessary planning permissions and approvals. Alternatively some buyers may even consider demolishing the existing property and replacing it with a new build, again this would require the necessary permissions and approvals being obtained. The plot is undoubtedly a feature of the property, and like the accommodation the grounds offer the potential to be improved. This would appeal to gardening enthusiasts, giving them the opportunity to create a garden to their own design. You can just imagine sitting on the patio and enjoying views of landscaped gardens and the river or even creating a decking area to border onto the river where you could equally sit and relax or even try your hand at fishing as we understand the property has fishing rights to its half of the river. There is ample space within the grounds to create off street parking, however this would be subject to gaining permission for a drop kerb from the local council. The property is located closer to Buckhurst Hill than Chigwell with the tube station being only 0.6 miles away, therefore making central London accessible in about a 30 minute journey. Just beyond the tube station is Queens Road with a range of bespoke shops and restaurants together with a Waitrose. Educational facilities are well catered for with a choice of schools in Chigwell, Buckhurst Hill, Woodford Green and Loughton. What The Owner Says This property has belonged to a member of the family for over 30 years, it was formerly two workers cottages that were then converted into one dwelling. In more recent years the property was neglected and ended up being almost derelict, action was needed to be taken therefore the property has now been improved to a comfortable habitual condition. We feel the property offers excellent potential to improve the existing accommodation to a greater standard and even expand the home, subject to planning approvals. Whenever we visited the property we were always impressed by the size of the plot and that it bordered onto the river, you get the sense of being in a semi rural location yet you have all the amenities a family requires nearby.

£650,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:43
·  Bedrooms: 6

NO Upper Chain Unique Country Residence 6 Bedrooms Grounds Extend To Approx 4.75 Acres Office Complexe Incl Meeting Room & 3 Offices Outbuildings Description Overlooking the renowned Wye Valley, a designated "area of outstanding natural beauty", this Unique Country Residence has a quadrangle layout with a central cobblestone courtyard and enjoys far reaching views over the surrounding unspoilt countryside. The grounds extend to approximately 4.75 Acres or thereabouts including a gently sloping paddock of approximately 3.8 acres. The property lends itself to those who enjoy equestrian pursuits. Living accommodation with Oil Central Heating and Double Glazing includes Entrance Hall, Cloakroom/wc, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Rear Hall, Ground Floor Bathroom/wc, Two Ground Floor Bedrooms, Utility Room, plus Four Bedrooms and Bathroom/wc upstairs. The Office Complex includes Entrance Hall, Upper Hall Area, Cloakroom/wc, Kitchenette, Lobby Area, Three Offices and Meeting Room. The Outbuildings include The Barn (53' x 17'), Stabling/Garages x 2 and Workshop. Plus a Derelict Cottage and additional Stone Barn. A long driveway leads to the property. Freehold. No Upper Chain. The accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall 19'6 max x 11'0 (5.94m x 3.35m) Flagstone floor, radiator, rear door to courtyard, staircase to first floor. Cloakroom With wash hand basin, low level close coupled wc, oil fired boiler supplying central heating and hot water. Kitchen / Breakfast Room 18'6 x 16'5 (5.63m x 5.00m) Terracotta tiled floor, range of custom built wall and base cupboards with worktops, wall tiling. Stone staircase down to Dining Room. Sitting Room 16'7 x 16'6 (5.05m x 5.02m) Dual aspect, wood-burning stove, radiator. Dining Room 16'7 x 15'10 (5.05m x 4.82m) Dual aspect, corner stove, radiator, double glazed door to garden. Rear Hall Ground Floor Bathroom 12'8 x 12'5 (3.86m x 3.78m) With circular tiled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level close coupled wc, cupboard with hot water cylinders, radiator. Ground Floor Bedroom 5 16'3 x 12'4 (4.95m x 3.75m) Dual aspect, radiator. Ground Floor Bedroom 6 14'0 x 9'6 (4.26m x 2.89m) Fireplace, radiator. Utility Room 17'3 x 8'9 (5.25m x 2.66m) Radiator, porcelain sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, door to courtyard, door to side and garden. Main Staircase To First Floor And Gallery Landing Radiator, hardwood floor. Bedroom 1 17'1 x 16'3 (5.20m x 4.95m) With a range of built-in wardrobes, contemporary wash hand basin with vanity cupboards below, radiator. Bedroom 2 16'5 x 10'10 (5.00m x 3.30m) max. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder, radiator, access to loft. Second Landing Area Bathroom With panelled bath, low level close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, linen cupboard, radiator. Bedroom 3 14'2 x 13'8 (4.31m x 4.16m) max. Vanity wash hand basin, radiator, 3 Velux rooflights. Bedroom 4 16'4 x 8'2 (4.97m x 2.48m) Radiator, 2 Velux rooflights. SECOND STAIRCASE LEADING DOWN TO THE Rear Hall - o O o - Office Complex Entrance Hall (on the west side) Stone tiled floor, mat well, radiator. Stairs leading to:- Upper Hall Area Stone tiled floor. Cloakroom With low level close coupled wc, wash hand basin, radiator, extractor fan, stone tiled floor. Kitchenette 6'7 x 5'8 (2.00m x 1.72m) Base cupboards with worktops, inset 2 bowl sink with chrome mixer tap, stone tiled floor. Lobby Area Lobby area with built-in cupboard with shelving. Office 1 16'6 x 16'6 (5.02m x 5.02m) Dual aspect, maple wood flooring, French windows opening onto the inner courtyard. Office 2 11'2 x 10'2 (3.4m x 3.1m) max. Staircase To Upper Level Meeting Room 23'0 x 16'5 (7.01m x 5.00m) Dual aspect, 3 radiators. Office 3 14'10 x 9'6 (4.52m x 2.89m) Radiator. - o O o - Outside Approached by a long driveway, the grounds extend to approximately 4.75 Acres or thereabouts and include formal lawned gardens to the rear, east and south sides with ornamental trees, flowering shrubs, etc. Together with an adjacent gently sloping paddock extending to approximately 3.8 acres. The driveway continues to the west side and rear of the property providing parking space and vehicular access to "The Barn". There is an impressive central cobblestone courtyard measuring approximately 55'0 x 41'0 (16.76m x 12.49m). Outbuildings The Outbuildings include:- The Barn: 53'0 x 17'0 (16.15m x 5.18m) With double outer doors and open archway to courtyard, with solar panels. Stabling / Garage 1: 17'8 x 11'2 (5.38m x 3.40m). Stabling / Garage 2: 17'4 x 10'3 (5.28m x 3.12m). Workshop: 26'0 x 18'0 (7.92m x 5.48m). Outbuildings also include a Derelict Stone Built Cottage and a Detached Stone Built Open Fronted Barn 45'0 x 9'9 (3.17m x 2.97m). Metal framed greenhouse. Directions From Chepstow take the A466 Wye Valley road towards Monmouth, passing through St Arvans and Tintern. Turn right over Brockweir bridge and proceed up the hill into Hewelsfield, passing the village shop on the left hand side. Proceed a little further uphill and turn left into Belmont Road which leads into Sandy Lane. Carry on up the hill passing a brick bungalow and a white cottage on the right and Greystones on the left. Continue until a large stone wall is ahead. Turn very sharp left just before it into the tree lined lane / drive leading to the property. Viewing Strictly by appointment with Archer & CO. You are advised to obtain a survey & establish that all appliances and services etc. are to your satisfaction before submitting your offer. These property details are subject to change without notice. The property will be sold subject to any Wayleaves, Public or Private Rights of Way, Easements, Covenants & outgoings whether mentioned in these particulars or not. Approx. room dimensions are usually taken as the maximum distance between the walls. Definition of boundaries will need to be clarified by the vendors' solicitors. In respect of any new properties, the developers reserve the right to alter the specification at any build point, without any notice whatsoever. Mileages are approx. E. & O. E. Archer & CO, their clients, and any joint agents give notice that: 1. They are not authorised to make or give any representations or warrantees in relation to the property either here or elsewhere, either on their own behalf or on behalf of their client or otherwise. They assume no responsibility for any statement that may be made in these particulars. These particulars do not form part of any offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 2. Any areas are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents and Archer & Co have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise.

£850,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 04:25
·  Bedrooms: 4

Granary Cottage occupies a delightful position on the prestigious Sour Acre Fold, a small Hamlet of former farm buildings and cottages which were converted by P. Casey & Company in the early 1990's to create a unique and exclusive development of only eleven properties. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The derelict buildings were carefully dismantled and painstakingly rebuilt to provide new properties with the expected modern day comforts and yet the character and architectural features of being sensitively retained including natural stonework, mullion windows and chimneys. The accommodation is warmed throughout by gas central heating and complemented by double glazing and for security there is a burglar alarm. The accommodation briefly comprises spacious entrance hall with cloakroom/WC, lounge, Farm House style dining fitted kitchen with aga, four good sized bedrooms including a fitted master bedroom with shower room/WC en suite and family bathroom/WC. Externally there are neat and manageable gardens and plenty of onsite parking to the driveway which leads to a detached stone double garage Sour Acre Fold stands just off Wakefield Road between Stalybridge and Mossley nestling on the edge of the Open Countryside. Whilst occupying a rural setting amenities are reasonably close to hand the property is considered to be ideal for a wide range of prospective purchasers including those who require the tranquil feel of the country and yet in easy reach of amenities. SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL 19' x 9'9' reducing to 6' (5.79m x 2.97m reducing With cloaks area, spindle staircase, exposed ceiling beams, integral ceiling spotlights, wall lights, single radiator. CLOAKROOM/WC With wash hand basin, white suite, single radiator. LOUNGE 18'10' x 15'7' (5.74m x 4.75m) A spacious 'L' shaped room with gas stove on stone hearth and timber mantel, exposed ceiling beams, wall lights, two double radiators. DINING KITCHEN 18'9' x 12'8' (5.72m x 3.86m) Farmhouse style dining kitchen fitted with a range of matching base and wall units with worktops and Belfast sink, gas fired Aga, space for fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, Amtico flooring, double radiator, stable door to the rear garden. HALF LANDING Leading to the family bathroom/WC. FAMILY BATHROOM/WC 7'9' 7'3' (2.36m 2.21m) White suite with colour coordinated wall tiling, Mira shower over the bath, ladder radiator, Amtico floor tiling. MAIN LANDING With spindle balustrade, large walk in airing cupboard (7'9' x 3') plus additional storage cupboards area, Glow Worm central heating boiler. Loft hatch with pull down ladder, offering access to the roof void which is substantially boarded and has good headroom to allow plenty of valuable storage. MASTER BEDROOM (1) WITH ENSUITE 18'11' x 11'10' (5.77m x 3.61m) Extensively fitted with a range of full height wardrobes and fitted mirror to the vanity area, single radiator. BATHROOM/WC EN SUITE Ivory coloured suite with Mira shower over the bath, chrome ladder radiator. REAR BEDROOM (2) 13' x 8'10' (3.96m x 2.69m) Single radiator. FRONT BEDROOM (3) 13' x 9'7' (3.96m x 2.92m) Enjoying a wooded aspect over the front garden and also long range views, single radiator. FRONT BEDROOM (4) 9'10' x 8'2' (3.00m x 2.49m) Enjoying a wooded aspect over the front garden and also long range views, single radiator. EXTERNALLY The property stands above neat lawns and access is via a York stone flagged path. A double width driveway provides additional onsite parking for two cars and leads to the stone detached double garage which offers two up and over doors and a side personnel door having power and lighting. The stable door from the kitchen leads to the rear where there is a flagged garden enclosed by drystone walling and also offers a drying area. TENURE Leasehold 979 years remaining from original 999 year lease Ground rent payable of 100 per annum COUNCIL TAX BAND ' F' VIEWING Strictly by appointment with the Agents. 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.

£299,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 03:51
·  Bedrooms: 3

A character detached three bedroom cottage lying on the cliff top overlooking the surfing beach of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth Bay) and standing within its own grounds of some three acres, with stunning panoramic views across Hell's Mouth Bay and beyond. The cottage was previously semi derelict but the present owners have undergone many improvements to modernise the accomodation into a habitable state. Due to the proximity of the cottage to the cliff top the previous owner was granted planning permission to the construct a new property to the far north of the site to minimise the immediate coastal erosion implications. This consent has since lapsed but a new planning consent has now been granted by the local authority to construct a new three/four bedroom family home with external elevations of similar appearance to the existing cottage. Planning  A revised planning consent was granted on 22 May 2012 reference C12/0141/30/LL to demolish the existing dwelling and the construction of a new replacement dwelling of amended design to that approved in CO6D/0430/30/LL. The development to permission shall begin not later than 5 years from the date of this revised permission. The consent is regulated by a legal agreement under Section 106 of the town and country planning act 1990 which states that should the planning consent commence the property known as Siop Penrallt will be required to be demolished within three months of the date on which the dwelling hereby approved is occupied, and that no claim for compensation or other costs is made against the council as a result of any future coastal erosion at the property. A copy of the planning consent and its conditions and plans of the proposed new dwelling, together with a copy of the Section 106 agreement may be inspected at the agents Abersoch office. Services  We understand that mains electric and water is laid to the site and the owner has consent from the environmental agency to construct a septic tank to discharge sewerage effluent. Situation  The property lies along a country roadway which leads to the national trust property "Plas Y Rhiw" and onto Rhiw village and Aberdaron. The area is very unspoilt and surrounded by delightful countryside with the Llyn coastal path nearby leading down to the far end of Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth Bay) and is a ten minutes drive from the renowned seaside village of Abersoch. The nearest village is Botwnnog which has junior and secondary schooling with main shopping facilities at Abersoch about five miles away or by travelling onto the market town of Pwllheli some eight miles distance. Accommodation  Barn Conversion . 16'8"x12'7" (5.08mx3.84m). Entrance into adjoining barn conversion. Partly modernised with fireplace feature with heavy stone lintel and provision for the installation of a multi fuel fire, double wooden door entry, wide loft space access into a granary store which is suitable for conversion into an additional room with skylight window. Rear Passageway 11'4" x 5'1" (3.45m x 1.55m). Tiled floor and under stairs storage cupboard and opening into lounge. Lounge 14'6" x 13'1" (4.42m x 3.99m). Feature slate surround fireplace and fitted cast iron open grate, deep slate windowsill, front door access, tiled flooring. Bedroom/Study 9'1" x 10'8" (2.77m x 3.25m). Tiled floor, deep granite effect windowsill. Kitchen/Breakfast area 23'5" (7.14m) x 7'7" (2.31m) (narrowing to) 5'9" (1.75m). A modern range of beech effect floor cupboards and units with polished granite work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink unit and mixer tap, built in four ring ceramic hob with granite splash back and oven beneath, matching range of wall cupboards with plumbing for washing machine, two double glazed windows, built in cylinder airing cupboard, tiled flooring and door to outside. Staircase To First Floor Landing Bedroom One 10'6" x 8'2" (3.2m x 2.5m). Lovely sea views. Bedroom Two 11'7" x 8'2" (3.53m x 2.5m). Lovely sea views. Bedroom Three 8'3" x 6'2" (2.51m x 1.88m). Double glazed window and sea views. Bathroom  Three piece white suite and shower attachment over bath with bath screen, two obscure glass double glazed windows, heated towel rail and tiled flooring. Outside  Gated entrance onto a long driveway which leads to the front of the property with expansive grounds to all sides. Note  The boundary plans are available for inspection together with the planning consent documentation at the agents office.

£200,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:26
·  Bedrooms: 3

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION.A superb opportunity to acquire a dilapidated stone built Welsh cottage set in 7.18 acres approx of pasture and woodland bordering a stream. Located in a beautiful rural setting, commanding lovely valley views, the property benefits from full planning consent (application no A090261, Ceredigion County Council) to demolish the existing dwelling and erect a new 3 bedroom single storey cottage & extension with mains electricity and private drainage connected. The property is easily accessible to all amenities being only 3 miles from the small market town of Llandysul.GUIDE PRICE 80, 000 - 100, 000 Description FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. A superb opportunity to acquire a dilapidated stone built Welsh cottage set in 7.18 acres approx of pasture and woodland bordering a stream. Located in a beautiful rural setting, commanding lovely valley views, the property benefits from full planning consent (application no A090261, Ceredigion County Council) to demolish the existing dwelling and erect a new 3 bedroom single storey cottage & extension with mains electricity and private drainage connected. The property is easily accessible to all amenities being only 3 miles from the small market town of Llandysul. GUIDE PRICE 80, 000 - 100, 000 General Description The property comprises a dilapidated stone built Welsh cottage set in a superb country location surrounded by its own land including amenity woodland and bordered at the bottom by a small river. The dwelling offers huge potential to be re-developed and extended with the added benefit that services including mains electricity together with private drainage supply have already been connected. The property commands superb unrivalled picturesque views across open countryside enjoying total privacy and seclusion, yet being easily accessible to all amenities as well as the beautiful Cardiganshire coastline at New Quay. On completion of works the property would provide a lovely smallholding with no immediate neighbours, and having a lovely setting. Situation The property occupies a delightful rural location in an elevated position overlooking the picturesque Clettwr Valley surrounded by unspoilt rural countryside, and is set off a quiet Council maintained country lane being some 3 miles or so from the Teifi Valley market town of Llandysul offering all the usual amenities and facilities. The University and shopping town of Lampeter is approx 10 miles away, with the Teifi valley market town of Newcastle Emlyn being some 12 miles away.. The larger town of Carmarthen and the termination of the carriageway is approximately 30 minutes drive away. Externally The property is approached over its own private track with post and rail fencing, set off a Council maintained roadway leading over to yard area with spacious grounds and gardens in need of general landscaping. The Land The land is arranged in one compact block surrounding the cottage and is laid to clean healthy productive pasture land arranged in easy working enclosures being gently sloping to sloping being ideal for ponies, sheep etc. Also included is approx 1 acre of amenity woodland which is located at the bottom next to the small river which forms the boundary and having a delightful setting. In total, we are informed by the owners that the land extends to some 7 acres or thereabouts (to be confirmed). Planning Consent We are informed by the sellers that full planning consent has been granted for a residential dwelling. Planning has been granted for the demolition of the remaining wall structures of the derelict cottage to be replaced with a new build cottage in traditional stone on original footprint with small single storey extensions to give extra accommodation. Planning Ref No A090261 Ceredigion District Council and was granted on the 21 May 2009 - see attached consent and drawings. Services We are advised that some services have already been connected to the site including mains electricity, septic tank private drainage with private water supply and telephone installation. Auction Date & Venue For Sale by Public Auction at The Ivy Bush Hotel, Carmarthen on Friday, 27 September 2013 at 3pm (unless previously sold or withdrawn). Solicitors DPA Law 8-12 Queen Victoria Road Llanelli SA15 2TN Contact: Mr Chris Davies 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.

£80,000  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:14
·  Bedrooms: 4

SUMMARY Brand New 4 bedroom detached. Comprises E/H, g/f Cloakroom, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Separate Dining Room, En-Suite, Study, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway. A range of incentives to assist you in buying include PART-EXCHANGE, VENDOR GIFTED DEPOSIT, ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID** DESCRIPTION Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising E/H, g/f Cloakroom, 18'7 Lounge, Separate Dining Room, 15' Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite to Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway. Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, VENDOR GIFTED DEPOSIT, ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID**** Leach Homes  For over 75 years Homes has been an established name within the house building industry offering distinguished quality properties to meet a variety of needs. The company was founded in the 1930's by Hubert Charles Leach, a man of high principles, who laid down strict guidelines of quality and craftsmanship. Today Paul Leach, his son, leads the business in house building and commercial development, maintaining the high standards for which the company is renowned. Continuing in the family tradition Paul Leach's son Julian and nephew Nick are also directors, firmly advocating that the family centred ethic is what distinguishes Leach Homes, even in present times. Leach Homes head office, Hamels Mansion in Hertforshire, typifies the company's commitment to excellence, craftsmanship and tractional values. The original property dates back to 1580 and was acquired by Leach Homes in a derelict condition in 1977. The stable block and outbuildings were sympathetically restored and converted to private dwellings, whilst the mansion was refurbished and converted with great care into a corporate home that truly reflects the company's core values. The team at Leach Homes forms an established work force, which can be trusted to deliver the quality of work buyers expect. The company is dedicated to making moving home as easy as possible, from the initial choice of house through to moving day and beyond. With over 11, 00 houses built to date, Leach Homes has gone from strength to strength, carefully expanding from a solid business foundation. A constant emphasis is placed on excellence and construction quality rather than quantity of homes built, ensuring that individual customer care is at the forefront of the company philosophy. Town And Country  Wixams the vision Derived from Wixamtree, the ancient Hundred in which the new town is located, Wixams is an exciting new community just south of Bedford, bordering the the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside. Building on the rich heritage of the surrounding area, Wixams will become a new chapter in Bedfordshire's history. Consisting of four villages, constructed around a town centre, the design of Wixams draws on the best traditions of the historic Bedfordshire market towns, but also incorporates the latest sustainable development measures to create an ideal living environment for the 21st Century. So much more than just a place to live, Wixams will offer its own employment opportunities, schools, a library, health care centre, shops and recreation facilities. Its 300 acres of parks and public open space will feature a series of lakes and wetland areas. Nearby Bedford, the historic county town, offers an excellent range of amenities for business and pleasure, whilst Milton Keynes, with its impressive shopping centre and outstanding leisure facilities, its just 18 miles away. Wixams is perfectly placed for easy access to the surrounding towns and to the motorway network. Excellent road links include a direct route to Bedford via the A 6. The A 428 provides access to the A 1 and Cambridge to the east and Northampton to the west. The M1, junction 13, is less than 10 minutes drive from the development, via the A 421. A planned new railway station at Wixams will offer a direct service into London. Meanwhile, Bedford station offers fast and frequent trains into London St Pancras in around 40 minutes. History In The Making  Wixams- a new era In September a joint venture was formed with Gallagher and landowner, to promote and deliver a new community. Work then began to transform this 750 acre site into four garden villages, a town centre and an employment area, which will eventually provide 4, 500 new homes to meet local housing needs along with jobs, schools and community facilities. Wixams will provide a significant contribution towards the region's housing requirements, ensuring the best possible use of available land and reducing pressure on the greenfield land in the surrounding Bedfordshire countryside. One of the largest new communities to be built in the UK in recent times, Wixams will offer a high quality living environment. The design of the new homes at Wixams will draw inspiration from the best traditions of nearby Bedfordshire Market Towns, whilst incorporating the latest sustainable development measures. Wixams will be much than just a new homes development- it will be a truly sustainable community and a place where people will want to live and work in years to come. Reflections  In harmony with the surroundings Carefully designed street scenes will reflect the architecture of existing houses in the surrounding area and each new Leach home will blend beautifully with its environment. Thoughtful landscaping will create a harmonious setting for attractive properties and well planned interiors will offer superior living space, ideally suited to modern living. Entrance Hall  Door to front aspect, two double glazed window to side aspects, doors to study, dining room, lounge and kitchen, door to cloakroom, stairs to first floor. Lounge 18' 7" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 5.66m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed patio doors to rear aspect. Dining Room 12' 6" Max x 10' 6" Max ( 3.81m Max x 3.20m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Study 11' 6" Max x 6' 7" Max ( 3.51m Max x 2.01m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Kitchen 15' Max x 12' 6" Max ( 4.57m Max x 3.81m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed door to rear aspect, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base level units with worksurfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, cooker point. Cloakroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, two piece suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin. First Floor  Landing  Stairs from ground floor, airing cupboard, doors to all bedrooms, door to bathroom. Bedroom One 11' 11" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 3.63m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect, door to ensuite. Ensuite  Three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Bedroom Two 12' 11" Max x 9' 4" Max ( 3.94m Max x 2.84m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bedroom Three 12' 6" Max x 7' 4" Max ( 3.81m Max x 2.24m Max ) Two double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, built in wardrobe. Bedroom Four 10' 3" Max x 7' 2" Max ( 3.12m Max x 2.18m Max ) Bathroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Outside  Rear

£334,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 05:14
·  Bedrooms: 4

SUMMARY Brand New 4 bedroom detached. Comprises E/H, g/f Cloakroom, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Separate Dining Room, En-Suite, Study, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway. A range of incentives to assist you in buying include PART-EXCHANGE, VENDOR GIFTED DEPOSIT, ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID DESCRIPTION Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising E/H, g/f Cloakroom, 18'7 Lounge, Separate Dining Room, 15' Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite to Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway. Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, VENDOR GIFTED DEPOSIT, ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID Leach Homes  For over 75 years Homes has been an established name within the house building industry offering distinguished quality properties to meet a variety of needs. The company was founded in the 1930's by Hubert Charles Leach, a man of high principles, who laid down strict guidelines of quality and craftsmanship. Today Paul Leach, his son, leads the business in house building and commercial development, maintaining the high standards for which the company is renowned. Continuing in the family tradition Paul Leach's son Julian and nephew Nick are also directors, firmly advocating that the family centred ethic is what distinguishes Leach Homes, even in present times. Leach Homes head office, Hamels Mansion in Hertforshire, typifies the company's commitment to excellence, craftsmanship and tractional values. The original property dates back to 1580 and was acquired by Leach Homes in a derelict condition in 1977. The stable block and outbuildings were sympathetically restored and converted to private dwellings, whilst the mansion was refurbished and converted with great care into a corporate home that truly reflects the company's core values. The team at Leach Homes forms an established work force, which can be trusted to deliver the quality of work buyers expect. The company is dedicated to making moving home as easy as possible, from the initial choice of house through to moving day and beyond. With over 11, 00 houses built to date, Leach Homes has gone from strength to strength, carefully expanding from a solid business foundation. A constant emphasis is placed on excellence and construction quality rather than quantity of homes built, ensuring that individual customer care is at the forefront of the company philosophy. Town And Country  Wixams the vision Derived from Wixamtree, the ancient Hundred in which the new town is located, Wixams is an exciting new community just south of Bedford, bordering the the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside. Building on the rich heritage of the surrounding area, Wixams will become a new chapter in Bedfordshire's history. Consisting of four villages, constructed around a town centre, the design of Wixams draws on the best traditions of the historic Bedfordshire market towns, but also incorporates the latest sustainable development measures to create an ideal living environment for the 21st Century. So much more than just a place to live, Wixams will offer its own employment opportunities, schools, a library, health care centre, shops and recreation facilities. Its 300 acres of parks and public open space will feature a series of lakes and wetland areas. Nearby Bedford, the historic county town, offers an excellent range of amenities for business and pleasure, whilst Milton Keynes, with its impressive shopping centre and outstanding leisure facilities, its just 18 miles away. Wixams is perfectly placed for easy access to the surrounding towns and to the motorway network. Excellent road links include a direct route to Bedford via the A 6. The A 428 provides access to the A 1 and Cambridge to the east and Northampton to the west. The M1, junction 13, is less than 10 minutes drive from the development, via the A 421. A planned new railway station at Wixams will offer a direct service into London. Meanwhile, Bedford station offers fast and frequent trains into London St Pancras in around 40 minutes. History In The Making  Wixams- a new era In September a joint venture was formed with Gallagher and landowner, to promote and deliver a new community. Work then began to transform this 750 acre site into four garden villages, a town centre and an employment area, which will eventually provide 4, 500 new homes to meet local housing needs along with jobs, schools and community facilities. Wixams will provide a significant contribution towards the region's housing requirements, ensuring the best possible use of available land and reducing pressure on the greenfield land in the surrounding Bedfordshire countryside. One of the largest new communities to be built in the UK in recent times, Wixams will offer a high quality living environment. The design of the new homes at Wixams will draw inspiration from the best traditions of nearby Bedfordshire Market Towns, whilst incorporating the latest sustainable development measures. Wixams will be much than just a new homes development- it will be a truly sustainable community and a place where people will want to live and work in years to come. Reflections  In harmony with the surroundings Carefully designed street scenes will reflect the architecture of existing houses in the surrounding area and each new Leach home will blend beautifully with its environment. Thoughtful landscaping will create a harmonious setting for attractive properties and well planned interiors will offer superior living space, ideally suited to modern living. Entrance Hall  Door to front aspect, two double glazed window to side aspects, doors to study, dining room, lounge and kitchen, door to cloakroom, stairs to first floor. Lounge 18' 7" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 5.66m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed patio doors to rear aspect. Dining Room 12' 6" Max x 10' 6" Max ( 3.81m Max x 3.20m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Study 11' 6" Max x 6' 7" Max ( 3.51m Max x 2.01m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Kitchen 15' Max x 12' 6" Max ( 4.57m Max x 3.81m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed door to rear aspect, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base level units with worksurfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, cooker point. Cloakroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, two piece suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin. First Floor  Landing  Stairs from ground floor, airing cupboard, doors to all bedrooms, door to bathroom. Bedroom One 11' 11" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 3.63m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect, door to ensuite. Ensuite  Three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Bedroom Two 12' 11" Max x 9' 4" Max ( 3.94m Max x 2.84m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bedroom Three 12' 6" Max x 7' 4" Max ( 3.81m Max x 2.24m Max ) Two double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, built in wardrobe. Bedroom Four 10' 3" Max x 7' 2" Max ( 3.12m Max x 2.18m Max ) Bathroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Outside  Rear

£334,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 03:51
·  Bedrooms: 4

SUMMARY ***Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, 5% DEPOSIT PAID BY BUILDER (16497), ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID*** Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising, Cloakroom, Lounge & Separate Dining Room, Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite, Garage DESCRIPTION *****Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, 5% DEPOSIT PAID BY BUILDER (16497), ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID***** Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising E/H, g/f Cloakroom, 18'7 Lounge, Separate Dining Room, 15' Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite to Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway.***** Leach Homes  For over 75 years Homes has been an established name within the house building industry offering distinguished quality properties to meet a variety of needs. The company was founded in the 1930's by Hubert Charles Leach, a man of high principles, who laid down strict guidelines of quality and craftsmanship. Today Paul Leach, his son, leads the business in house building and commercial development, maintaining the high standards for which the company is renowned. Continuing in the family tradition Paul Leach's son Julian and nephew Nick are also directors, firmly advocating that the family centred ethic is what distinguishes Leach Homes, even in present times. Leach Homes head office, Hamels Mansion in Hertforshire, typifies the company's commitment to excellence, craftsmanship and tractional values. The original property dates back to 1580 and was acquired by Leach Homes in a derelict condition in 1977. The stable block and outbuildings were sympathetically restored and converted to private dwellings, whilst the mansion was refurbished and converted with great care into a corporate home that truly reflects the company's core values. The team at Leach Homes forms an established work force, which can be trusted to deliver the quality of work buyers expect. The company is dedicated to making moving home as easy as possible, from the initial choice of house through to moving day and beyond. With over 11, 00 houses built to date, Leach Homes has gone from strength to strength, carefully expanding from a solid business foundation. A constant emphasis is placed on excellence and construction quality rather than quantity of homes built, ensuring that individual customer care is at the forefront of the company philosophy. Town And Country  Wixams the vision Derived from Wixamtree, the ancient Hundred in which the new town is located, Wixams is an exciting new community just south of Bedford, bordering the the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside. Building on the rich heritage of the surrounding area, Wixams will become a new chapter in Bedfordshire's history. Consisting of four villages, constructed around a town centre, the design of Wixams draws on the best traditions of the historic Bedfordshire market towns, but also incorporates the latest sustainable development measures to create an ideal living environment for the 21st Century. So much more than just a place to live, Wixams will offer its own employment opportunities, schools, a library, health care centre, shops and recreation facilities. Its 300 acres of parks and public open space will feature a series of lakes and wetland areas. Nearby Bedford, the historic county town, offers an excellent range of amenities for business and pleasure, whilst Milton Keynes, with its impressive shopping centre and outstanding leisure facilities, its just 18 miles away. Wixams is perfectly placed for easy access to the surrounding towns and to the motorway network. Excellent road links include a direct route to Bedford via the A 6. The A 428 provides access to the A 1 and Cambridge to the east and Northampton to the west. The M1, junction 13, is less than 10 minutes drive from the development, via the A 421. A planned new railway station at Wixams will offer a direct service into London. Meanwhile, Bedford station offers fast and frequent trains into London St Pancras in around 40 minutes. History In The Making  Wixams- a new era In September a joint venture was formed with Gallagher and landowner, to promote and deliver a new community. Work then began to transform this 750 acre site into four garden villages, a town centre and an employment area, which will eventually provide 4, 500 new homes to meet local housing needs along with jobs, schools and community facilities. Wixams will provide a significant contribution towards the region's housing requirements, ensuring the best possible use of available land and reducing pressure on the greenfield land in the surrounding Bedfordshire countryside. One of the largest new communities to be built in the UK in recent times, Wixams will offer a high quality living environment. The design of the new homes at Wixams will draw inspiration from the best traditions of nearby Bedfordshire Market Towns, whilst incorporating the latest sustainable development measures. Wixams will be much than just a new homes development- it will be a truly sustainable community and a place where people will want to live and work in years to come. Reflections  In harmony with the surroundings Carefully designed street scenes will reflect the architecture of existing houses in the surrounding area and each new Leach home will blend beautifully with its environment. Thoughtful landscaping will create a harmonious setting for attractive properties and well planned interiors will offer superior living space, ideally suited to modern living. Entrance Hall  Door to front aspect, two double glazed window to side aspects, doors to study, dining room, lounge and kitchen, door to cloakroom, stairs to first floor. Lounge 18' 7" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 5.66m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed patio doors to rear aspect. Dining Room 12' 6" Max x 10' 2" Max ( 3.81m Max x 3.10m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Study 11' 6" Max x 6' 7" Max ( 3.51m Max x 2.01m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Kitchen 15' Max x 12' 6" Max ( 4.57m Max x 3.81m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed door to rear aspect, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base level units with worksurfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, cooker point. Cloakroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, two piece suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin. First Floor  Landing  Stairs from ground floor, airing cupboard, doors to all bedrooms, door to bathroom. Bedroom One 11' 11" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 3.63m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect, door to ensuite. Ensuite  Three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Bedroom Two 12' 11" Max x 9' 4" Max ( 3.94m Max x 2.84m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bedroom Three 12' 6" Max x 7' 4" Max ( 3.81m Max x 2.24m Max ) Two double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, built in wardrobe. Bedroom Four 10' 3" Max x 7' 2" Max ( 3.12m Max x 2.18m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bathroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand

£329,950  

·  8th of september, 2013 03:55
·  Bedrooms: 4

SUMMARY ***Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, 5% DEPOSIT PAID BY BUILDER (16497), ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID*** Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising, Cloakroom, Lounge & Separate Dining Room, Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite, Garage DESCRIPTION *****Featuring a range of incentives to assist you in buying including PART-EXCHANGE, 5% DEPOSIT PAID BY BUILDER (16497), ASSISTED MOVE, STAMP DUTY PAID***** Brand New 4 bedroom detached residence comprising E/H, g/f Cloakroom, 18'7 Lounge, Separate Dining Room, 15' Fitted Kitchen, Study, En-Suite to Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Garage & Driveway.***** Leach Homes  For over 75 years Homes has been an established name within the house building industry offering distinguished quality properties to meet a variety of needs. The company was founded in the 1930's by Hubert Charles Leach, a man of high principles, who laid down strict guidelines of quality and craftsmanship. Today Paul Leach, his son, leads the business in house building and commercial development, maintaining the high standards for which the company is renowned. Continuing in the family tradition Paul Leach's son Julian and nephew Nick are also directors, firmly advocating that the family centred ethic is what distinguishes Leach Homes, even in present times. Leach Homes head office, Hamels Mansion in Hertforshire, typifies the company's commitment to excellence, craftsmanship and tractional values. The original property dates back to 1580 and was acquired by Leach Homes in a derelict condition in 1977. The stable block and outbuildings were sympathetically restored and converted to private dwellings, whilst the mansion was refurbished and converted with great care into a corporate home that truly reflects the company's core values. The team at Leach Homes forms an established work force, which can be trusted to deliver the quality of work buyers expect. The company is dedicated to making moving home as easy as possible, from the initial choice of house through to moving day and beyond. With over 11, 00 houses built to date, Leach Homes has gone from strength to strength, carefully expanding from a solid business foundation. A constant emphasis is placed on excellence and construction quality rather than quantity of homes built, ensuring that individual customer care is at the forefront of the company philosophy. Town And Country  Wixams the vision Derived from Wixamtree, the ancient Hundred in which the new town is located, Wixams is an exciting new community just south of Bedford, bordering the the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside. Building on the rich heritage of the surrounding area, Wixams will become a new chapter in Bedfordshire's history. Consisting of four villages, constructed around a town centre, the design of Wixams draws on the best traditions of the historic Bedfordshire market towns, but also incorporates the latest sustainable development measures to create an ideal living environment for the 21st Century. So much more than just a place to live, Wixams will offer its own employment opportunities, schools, a library, health care centre, shops and recreation facilities. Its 300 acres of parks and public open space will feature a series of lakes and wetland areas. Nearby Bedford, the historic county town, offers an excellent range of amenities for business and pleasure, whilst Milton Keynes, with its impressive shopping centre and outstanding leisure facilities, its just 18 miles away. Wixams is perfectly placed for easy access to the surrounding towns and to the motorway network. Excellent road links include a direct route to Bedford via the A 6. The A 428 provides access to the A 1 and Cambridge to the east and Northampton to the west. The M1, junction 13, is less than 10 minutes drive from the development, via the A 421. A planned new railway station at Wixams will offer a direct service into London. Meanwhile, Bedford station offers fast and frequent trains into London St Pancras in around 40 minutes. History In The Making  Wixams- a new era In September a joint venture was formed with Gallagher and landowner, to promote and deliver a new community. Work then began to transform this 750 acre site into four garden villages, a town centre and an employment area, which will eventually provide 4, 500 new homes to meet local housing needs along with jobs, schools and community facilities. Wixams will provide a significant contribution towards the region's housing requirements, ensuring the best possible use of available land and reducing pressure on the greenfield land in the surrounding Bedfordshire countryside. One of the largest new communities to be built in the UK in recent times, Wixams will offer a high quality living environment. The design of the new homes at Wixams will draw inspiration from the best traditions of nearby Bedfordshire Market Towns, whilst incorporating the latest sustainable development measures. Wixams will be much than just a new homes development- it will be a truly sustainable community and a place where people will want to live and work in years to come. Reflections  In harmony with the surroundings Carefully designed street scenes will reflect the architecture of existing houses in the surrounding area and each new Leach home will blend beautifully with its environment. Thoughtful landscaping will create a harmonious setting for attractive properties and well planned interiors will offer superior living space, ideally suited to modern living. Entrance Hall  Door to front aspect, two double glazed window to side aspects, doors to study, dining room, lounge and kitchen, door to cloakroom, stairs to first floor. Lounge 18' 7" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 5.66m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed patio doors to rear aspect. Dining Room 12' 6" Max x 10' 2" Max ( 3.81m Max x 3.10m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Study 11' 6" Max x 6' 7" Max ( 3.51m Max x 2.01m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Kitchen 15' Max x 12' 6" Max ( 4.57m Max x 3.81m Max ) Double glazed window to rear aspect, double glazed door to rear aspect, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base level units with worksurfaces over, stainless steel sink and drainer, cooker point. Cloakroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, two piece suite comprising low level wc and wash hand basin. First Floor  Landing  Stairs from ground floor, airing cupboard, doors to all bedrooms, door to bathroom. Bedroom One 11' 11" Max x 11' 6" Max ( 3.63m Max x 3.51m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect, door to ensuite. Ensuite  Three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand basin. Bedroom Two 12' 11" Max x 9' 4" Max ( 3.94m Max x 2.84m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bedroom Three 12' 6" Max x 7' 4" Max ( 3.81m Max x 2.24m Max ) Two double glazed windows to side and rear aspects, built in wardrobe. Bedroom Four 10' 3" Max x 7' 2" Max ( 3.12m Max x 2.18m Max ) Double glazed window to front aspect. Bathroom  Double glazed window to rear aspect, three piece suite comprising bath unit, low level wc and wash hand

£329,950  

·  17th of november, 2012 09:19
·  1,031 ft²
·  Bedrooms: 11

House-Homes For Sale 11 bed in Turriff Aberdeenshire UK find Turriff properties. Villa-Villas For Sale 11 bed in Turriff Aberdeenshire UK find Turriff properties. Villa- For Sale 11 bed in Turriff Aberdeenshire UK find Turriff properties. REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE PROPERTY VALUE 595,000 chartered surveyor Rare opportunity to purchase a lovely unique period property built in 1853. This substantial three storey house has been comprehensively modernised over the last 12 years.This has included rewiring, re-plumbing,installation of oil fired central heating and a complete new traditional roof of lead and slate. Ground floor: vestibule, reception hall, living room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, dining room, family bathroom, 3 bedrooms( master has en-suite with dressing room. First floor: living room, office, cloakroom, 3 bedrooms( 2 en-suite with master having dressing room/playroom. Basement: living room,breakfast kitchen, utility room, shower room, family bathroom, 5 bedrooms, gym/wine cellar. Land: 8.5 acres mostly laid to lawn with mature trees around the boundaries, gravel drive from gates to house and around providing parking for 10 or more cars. Council tax Band D,HIPS are available on request. Out side is four sheds with power,lights and water filter system,green house and dog run with kennel. There is a semi derelict building on site which could provide further accommodation/ garages/ stabling/ kennels . Property is full of original features marble fireplaces, working shutters, high skirting boards, picture rails, cornice must be seen to fully appreciate.

£490,000  

·  27th of november, 2013 02:39
·  Bedrooms: 2

The Kensington on this development is available through the Government backed Help to Buy scheme. The full price of this property is £76,995 *Please visit our Help to Buy page for more details of this scheme. The Kensington is a stylish apartment TWO BEDROOM apartment offering stylish OPEN PLAN LIVING. The WELL EQUIPPED KITCHEN / diner and SPACIOUS LOUNGE are all open plan, creating a stunning space for entertaining and relaxing. There are two GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, and a bathroom with modern suite. All apartments have one PARKING SPACE.  Stylish apartment. The Kensington is a contemporary TWO BEDROOM apartment offering stylish OPEN PLAN LIVING. The WELL EQUIPPED KITCHEN / diner and SPACIOUS LOUNGE are all open plan, creating a stunning space for entertaining and relaxing. There are two GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, and a bathroom with modern suite. All apartments have one PARKING SPACE.

£61,596  

·  8th of august, 2013 14:55
·  Bedrooms: 1

£159,950  

·  8th of august, 2013 14:55
·  Bedrooms: 2

£219,950  

·  27th of november, 2013 03:37
·  Bedrooms: 2

Plot 273, The Kensington at Friars Gate The Kensington is a stylish apartment TWO BEDROOM apartment offering stylish OPEN PLAN LIVING. The WELL EQUIPPED KITCHEN / diner and SPACIOUS LOUNGE are all open plan, creating a stunning space for entertaining and relaxing. There are two GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, and a bathroom with modern suite. All apartments have one PARKING SPACE. Stylish apartment. The Kensington is a contemporary TWO BEDROOM apartment offering stylish OPEN PLAN LIVING. The WELL EQUIPPED KITCHEN / diner and SPACIOUS LOUNGE are all open plan, creating a stunning space for entertaining and relaxing. There are two GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS, and a bathroom with modern suite. All apartments have one PARKING SPACE.

£76,995  

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