This three bedroom 1930's semi-detached house has been occupied by the same person for many years and is now to be sold with vacant possession. It is conveniently located around a mile south of the city centre close to a range of facilities/amenities. It requires a programme of updating and would make an ideal purchase for an investor.
This substantial freehold property is located in a prime tourist position in the middle of Great Yarmouth seafront on what is know as the "Golden Mile". The property comprises of a large two storey building with prominent frontage onto Marine Parade. The property has traded as 'Yesterday's World' for a number of years and is now to be sold with vacant posession. Yesterdays World was an emporium of the past, an all weather museum attraction with various themed areas. Either side of the property are amusement arcades and the property is located opposite the Marina Centre Swimming Pool complex. There are two self contained flats on the first floor. One is let at £430pcm (£5,160pa) and the other is let at £425pcm (£5,100pa).
This is a charming detached village pub located around 3 miles south west of Long Stratton. It is located on a site extending to around 0.44 of an acre stms. It is Grade II listed, timber framed and dates from the 17th Century. The property has oil fired central heating and a range of period features including exposed beams, original wooden doors and inglenook fireplace. On the first floor there is three bedroom living accommodation. This is a wonderful opportunity to own a freehold public house in an attractive village setting. According to the Valuation Office website the property has a rateable value of £2,600 with effect from the 1st April 2010.
This attached property comprises of a vacant ground floor shop and vacant self contained first floor Flat. The flat is spacious, has double glazing and requires some updating to realise its full potential. According to the Valuation Office website the shop has an area of 78.4 sq/m and a rateable value of £2,400 with effect from the 1st April 2010.
A freehold residential site extending to 0.39 of an acre/0.157 hectare with outline planning permission for three single storey dwellings with garages. The site is located behind a country house called 'Westgrove' and is accessed off Holly Close to the rear of that property. Martham is located around 11 miles north west of Great Yarmouth and is only 3 miles from the coast. The village has a range of facilities and amenities. Planning Outline planning permission was granted by Great Yarmouth Borough Council on 20th March 2014 for "proposed development of three single storey dwellings with garages" Ref: 06/14/0039/O. Further details including plans can be found on the public access website of Great Yarmouth Borough Council www.great-yamouth.gov.uk/planning or from the Auctioneers.
This single corner plot is located in a non estate position. Full planning permission is in place to build a three bedroom detached house. Wacton is a south norfolk village located around a mile west of Long Stratton. Planning: Full planning permission was granted by South Norfolk District Council on 5th December 2012 for "erection of a two storey detached dwelling and detached garage building", reference: 2011/1082. Further details including plans can be found on the public access website of South Norfolk District Council www.south-norfolk.gov.uk/planning or from the Auctioneers.
Semi-detached chalet requiring modernisation This non-standard timber framed semi-detached property has been tenanted for a number of years but is now to be sold with vacant possession. The property is situated on a good sized plot in the centre of the village and is ideal for the builder, investor or private individual. The property requires modernisation and improvement and is located in a small cul-de-sac of similar properties close to the village centre. Great Massingham provides some local amenities and is equidistant between Fakenham and King's Lynn, both of which provide comprehensive shopping, schooling and public transport facilities.
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Two bedroom mid terrace house requiring updating This period cottage is located close to the town centre of King's Lynn, between the railway station and shopping centre. The property requires some modernisation and improvement and would be an ideal purchase for an investor or owner-occupier To the rear of the property is a small yard which has pedestrian access to Waterloo Road.
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Three bedroom end terrace requiring some updating This is a good sized end terrace house comprising three bedrooms and two/three reception areas with a kitchen and ground floor cloakroom. The property is set well back from the road in substantial grounds and there is additional space to the side of the property. The property requires some updating and modernisation and would suit an investor or owner-occupier. Wimbotsham is a popular village on the outskirts of Downham Market and has local shops and schools with a mainline station to London from Downham Market.
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Two/three bedroom chalet requiring completion The property is situated close to King's Lynn centre in a small private road located at the end of Cresswell Street. The property has been substantially completed and mainly requires internal fittings, decoration and connection of the services. Planning permission was granted in August 2010 and plans and associated documents can be viewed via the web portal for King's Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council. Ideal for a builder/developer, investor or possibly owner-occupier.
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This Grade II listed three storey townhouse is split into five self contained flats (3 x one bedroom flats, 1 x two bedroom flat and a studio flat). All are let on assured shorthold tenancies (AST's) producing £21,320 pa. Each flat has its own gas supply with separate electricity meters and are separately banded for council tax. All the bills, except for water, are payable by the tenants. Floor plans are available from the auctioneers. This is an attractive opportunity for an investor. Flat 1 £90.00p.w. 6 month AST dated 18th October 2014 Flat 2 £65.00p.w. 6 month AST dated 18th September 2014 Flat 3 £85.00p.w. 6 month AST dated 10th November 2014 Flat 4 £75.00p.w. 6 month Ast dated 29th December 2014 Flat 5 £95.00p.w. 6 month Ast dated 4th September 2014
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Agricultural building extending to around 3,293sq/ft This agricultural building is located down a long track in an attractive rural setting. The barn extends to around 34m x 9m (3,293sq/ft) and is constructed of block with a corrugated roof. It has been internally converted into a dwelling and has been lived in for a number of years. However, there is no planning permission in place and the local authority have said they will not consider a change of use to residential. The Broads Authority have served an Enforcement Notice requiring the residential use to cease and the appeal decision had to be complied with by the 24th January 2015. The barn has off-road parking to the front and has mains electricity, borehole water and a septic tank.
Plot of amenity land in a delightful rural setting A level area of amenity land with planning consent to fence the site for private use. The plot is surrounded by farmland at present and extends to 15 metres x 52 metres. No residential planning is likely on the site for the time being. However, purchasers should make their own enquiries of the relevant authorities regarding the potential of the site. The land is located approximately four miles from Diss and within walking distance of the village centre.
Former agricultural building with potential to convert, stpp This former agricultural building was used as a pigsty but now presents an opportunity for conversion into possible residential unit on the edge of Briston village. The buildings are of cavity blockwork under a pitched roof. It is believed that there is a realistic possibility that an application under the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) proposals 2014 may succeed. These proposals permit, in some cases, a change of use of an agricultural building into a dwelling house without the requirement of planning permission. The maximum number of separate dwelling houses that could be developed under these proposals must not exceed three. The building has already been partially converted into offices with electricity, water and drainage to a septic tank.
A conveniently situated warehouse, office and workshop facility located close to the river and town centre. The property has accommodation over two floors that includes a range of offices and workshop facilities and incorporates gas central heating, sealed unit double glazing and a security alarm system. The property is held on a 99 year lease which commenced in July 1985 with an annual ground rent currently £200. This is an excellent investment opportunity or suitable for owner occupation. The unit stands close to the industrial centre of Gorleston and within a stone's throw of the River Yare and Gorleston town centre. It is situated off Bells Marsh Road with ample parking otuside for owner and visitor use.
Mooring Plot and land of approximately 0.6 acres(stms) on two parts The mooring extends to about 0.14 of an acre and has a frontage of approximately 43' directly onto the River Waveney. The entrance and land extends to about 0.5 of an acre in total. There is a right of way over the driveway for the other mooring owners. The land may have some potential for a form of holiday development, stpp. To aid identification, the title plans are available to view via our website.
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