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Houseboat Project for Sale: Hoo,Kent

09 Aug
August 9, 2012

Here we have a houseboat project for sale. This houseboat situated in Hoo, Kent is a unique conversion opportunity, a project to complete that already has some outstanding features. Currently moored on a working wharf where conversion work can be completed, this unique houseboat has three floors ready for you to create a unique designer houseboat, plenty of space and light are available. There is also a huge amount of materials available seperately by negotiation with the owner, that were specially imported to fit out this conversion. This could be a stunning designer home, or indeed a unique business premises, if you have the imagination and drive this could be your chance to create something very special. Once complete a mooring will need to be found for this boat.

The houseboat project is on the market with Premier Houseboats and can be viewed here. It is on the market for £70,000.

 

Vessel name: Exclusive
Year constructed: 1950
Length over all: 100′
Beam: 22′
Hull material: Steel
Hull type: Flat

Former Hotel for Renovation: Stoke Gabriel, South Devon

27 Jul
July 27, 2012

Unfortunately not a lot of information on this one other than it’s a former hotel for renovation, set in 0.6 Ha (1.49 acres), including partly walled garden with Detailed Planning Consent for 9 new build houses.

 

It’s on the market with a Guide Price Of £1,750,000 and more information can be found on the estate agent’s website.

For Sale: Barn for Conversion – Norwich, Norfolk

24 Jul
July 24, 2012

A detached barn for sale with planning permission for conversion to a 4 bedroom residential dwelling. As you can imagine with a listing such as this, the information is limited. All that is mentioned is that ‘Castle Barn is situated on the south-east corner of the site’ and is a ‘building built of a soft Norfolk red brick under a clay pantile roof. It has a gross internal area of 277 sq m (2988 sq ft) and has planning permission.’

Some information can be found on the property listing here and further information will more than likely be available on request. It is on the market for Offers in the region of £200,000.

For Sale: Barns for Renovation – Cornwall,UK

23 Jul
July 23, 2012

For sale we have 2 barns for renovation in Cornwall. These stone barns with  commenced planning permission for the conversion into two separate residential dwellings have permission granted for one 4 bedroom and one 3 bedroom residential houses.

The listing on the website doesn’t make it desperately clear how the property is split other than ‘lots 2 and 3 offer the purchaser(s) the opportunity of converting the barns into two separate dwellings, each with full residential planning consent. The conversion plans and a copy of the planning consent can be requested from the selling agents.’

There is no mention of a plot 1, but plots 2 and 3 have further information with ‘each lot having a separate mains water pipe, which has already been brought down the road and are located to the eastern boundary. Should the sale of lots 2 & 3 be split, the arrangements for the division will be made on the ground between all parties concerned.’

The property has an asking price of £350,000 

Renovation Project: Church Hall – Isle of Wight

19 Jul
July 19, 2012

An opportunity not to be missed to buy a Church Hall on the Isle of Wight. For sale by Public Auction on July 26th 2012 at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton (Home of Hampshire Cricket).

This splendid Grade II Listed Victorian building is situated in the village of Bonchurch on the edge of the larger town of Ventnor. We believe this to be the first time that the property has been offered for sale having previously served as the village school and in more recent times as the church hall.

The Cottage requires general modernisation and upgrading as does the adjoining hall but has great prospect and potential and lends itself to many projects subjects to obtaining the various and necessary consents. The property has gardens on three sides including a tree planted in 1969 by the late Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Governor of the Isle of Wight.

The approach to both the cottage and adjoining hall is via a concreted path which runs through the mature gardens. The gardens are lovely and incorporate lawned areas together with mature trees and bushes. The surrounding areas and the views are delightfully wooded and offer a real peaceful and tranquil setting. The Church House has its own private enclosed garden again with a small lawn all surrounded by mature trees. There is a small timber pergola area with paving slab stone floor together with space for table and chairs. A substantial natural stone wall borders the garden with the church grounds beyond. Further access to the rear of the property where there is a courtyard area again featuring the natural stone wall of the church.

Guide: £350,000 – £400,000

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