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Residential properties for auction in Highwood, Staffordshire

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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £275,000 **

Located in the heart of Findern village literally yards from the open green, is a charming three double bedroomed Edwardian detached property situated on a broadly rectangular south west facing plot extending to approximately just under a quarter of an acre offering potential for extension or redevelopment subject to the usual planning consents.

Property Description
Constructed of traditional brick beneath a pitched tiled roof, the property has a particularly attractive double fronted appearance with original sash windows and requires a comprehensive scheme of improvements throughout. Internally the character accommodation consists of dining room, inner lobby, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, large built on enclosed porch. To the first floor landing there are three well proportioned double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is gated access with ample parking, tandem garage and an adjoining large greenhouse located to the rear of the property. To the side and rear of the property there are mature gardens enjoying a certain degree of privacy. The charming village of Findern lies just off the A38 and boasts local primary school, numerous village shops, is located in the John Porch School catchment area and is also within easy reach of the new Mercia Marina which overlooks the neighbouring village of Willington. There is also the nearby Toyota, A50 trunk road which provides easy access onto Stoke and further regional business centres.

Built-On Pitch Tiled Porch
With hardwood entrance door and oblong glazed fan light over.

Dining Room 12' x 13'1" (3.65m x 3.98m)
Feature fireplace having a polished oak surround incorporating a display mantel, raised hearth and composite marble interior. The Fireflame deluxe electric illuminated burning coal effect fire is included in the sale. TV aerial point. Coved cornice. Radiator. Original sash window. Four panel pine door leading through to –

Inner Lobby
Useful understairs storage / cloaks cupboard with hanging rail and electric light.

Sitting Room 13' x 13' (3.97m x 3.97m)
Moulded pine dado rail. Coved cornice. TV aerial point. Radiator. Original sash window. Enclosed staircase to the first floor off.

Please Note
The fireplaces in both the reception rooms are hand crafted and were based upon an Adam style fireplace.

Breakfast Kitchen 13'10" x 9'11" (4.21m x 3.03m)
Stainless steel double drainer sink unit with under cupboards and drawers, adjacent roll edged granite effect preparation surface with appliance spaces beneath and tiled splash back. Base cupboard. Sliding doors. Eye level cabinet over with glass sliding doors. Additional eye level cupboard. Tall cupboard with fitted shelving. Radiator. Hot and cold plumbing and waste for an automatic washing machine. The free standing Canon gas oven with four plate gas hob and grill over is included together with the Hoover washer / dryer and Hoover refrigerator. Gas cooker point. Electric cooker control point. Electric extractor fan. Fluorescent light fitting. Fireplace again hand crafted to an Adam style with polished wood surround incorporating a display mantel, raised hearth and wall mounted Baxi Brazilia gas convector heater. The room has the benefit of a double aspect with windows to the side and rear. Panelled and reeded glazed door to –

Large Built-On Enclosed Porch 9'7" x 5'2" (2.91m x 1.57m)
Having a Terrazzo tiled floor. Wall mounted gas and electric meters including the trip switch panel. Windows to the side and rear. Multi paned glazed door to the garden. Further panelled and reeded glazed door to the inner hall.

First Floor -
Bedroom One (Front) 12' x 13’1" (3.65m x 4.00m)
Charming original cast iron fireplace with display mantel and open fire grate. Radiator. Coved cornice. Original sash window overlooking the green.

Bedroom Two (Front) 13'1" x 13'1" narrowing to 9'11" (3.98m x 3.99m narrowing to 3.03m)
Again having a charming original cast iron fireplace with decorative mouldings to match bedroom one including display mantel and open fire grate. Radiator. Coved cornice. Useful built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and storage shelf together with trap door access to the roof space. Original sash window again providing a delightful aspect over the old village green and church beyond.

Bedroom Three 13'10" x 9'11" (4.21m x 3.03m)
A further well proportioned double bedroom with radiator. Coved cornice. Telephone jack point. TV aerial point. This room also enjoys a double aspect with original sash windows to the side and rear.

Bathroom
With ceramic tiled walls and having a white suite including a panelled enamelled cast iron bath with separate Triton electric shower over, recessed pedestal wash basin with bevel edged mirror over. Low suite WC and radiator. Original sash windows to the side and rear.

Please Note
Interestingly the property has in the past been used as a village shop and part thereof could be re-utilised subject to any necessary planning approvals.

Outside & Gardens
The property is approached via twin wrought iron entrance gates giving way to a tarmacadam driveway which leads to a general car parking area and access to:

Very Large Span Roofed Detached Garage / Workshop measuring internally 25'5" x 10'4" (measuring internally 7.74m x 3.15m)
With concrete floor incorporating an inspection pit plus fluorescent lighting and power laid on. Useful loft storage area. The workbench with vice is included in the sale together with general shelving. The garage also has the benefit of windows to the side and rear and roof lights plus twin timber entrance doors and a side personal door.

Built-On Brick And Tiled Outbuildings
Comprising former fuel store now a useful general garden store with fitted shelving and electric light, also having a fascinating Rimlock.

Adjacent Separate Gardener's Wc
Large Greenhouse
On two levels enjoying a southerly aspect with the rear wall in brick measuring overall 31'6" x 9'10" (9.60m x 2.10m) plus an entrance lobby area also used for utility purposes. Fitted shelving, staging, water butts. The upper level part of the greenhouse has additional staging, bed and mature grape vine.

To the rear of the garage there is a further room with external access, painted concrete floor and forms an additional workshop / general garden store with power and light laid on.

There is a substantial garden to the rear enjoying a southerly aspect incorporating a mature orchard and a variety of fruit trees including pears, apples and plum trees.

The DOVECOTE is also included.

External hand pump connected to a spring well is no longer in working.

Directional Note
The approach from Derby is by proceeding southwards via the A38 dual carriageway towards Burton upon Trent. Take the slip road as sign posted for Mickleover, Littleover and Findern. Take the exit as signposted for Findern. Continue into the village centre and Millbank will be located on the right hand side and as mentioned above the house overlooks the village green.

Tenure
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Millbank 6, The Green, Derby, DE65 6AA
A charming three double bedroomed Edwardian detached property
Type: House, Residential
Location: Millbank 6 The Green, Derby, DE65 6AA
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Brochures: 1
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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £115,000 **

Property Description
The property briefly comprises hall, lounge diner, breakfast kitchen, utility room and wc. On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms and a wet room. Outside there is a decent rear garden laid to lawn with a decking area. Masefield Crescent is situated off Shakespeare Road in a convenient location well served by local schools, public transport and other facilities.

Entrance Hallway
Having double glazed door and stairs leading to the first floor.

Lounge/Diner 12' x 19'7" (3.67m x 5.99m)
Having double glazed window to front aspect and double glazed patio doors to rear, hearth and gas fire and laminate style flooring.

Breakfast Kitchen 11'11" x 11'4" (3.63m x 3.45m)
Having a range of wall, base and drawer units, roll top work surfaces, one bowl sink with mixer tap, double glazed window, electric oven with hob and extractor and tiled flooring.

Utility Room 7'4" x 6' (2.26m x 1.85m)
Having tiled flooring, radiator and double glazed window. Useful additional store room off Utility room. Double glazed door to rear garden.

Cloakroom 4'8" x 2'9" (1.43m x 0.86m)
Having low level wc and wash basin.

First Floor Landing
Bedroom One (Front) 10'8" x 12' (3.26m x 3.68m)
Having double glazed window, useful storage cupboard and radiator.

Bedroom Two (Rear) 14'1" x 9'1" (4.31m x 2.79m)
Having double glazed window and radiator.

Bedroom Three (Front) 10'8" x 6'2" (3.26m x 1.88m)
Having double glazed window and radiator. Useful over stairs storage.

Wet Room
Comprising low level wc, pedestal wash basin and shower, two double glazed obscure windows and wall heater.

Outside
Lawned garden to front aspect with side access leading to rear.
Generous rear garden with raised decking area, lawn and gravelled patio area.

Tenure
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
34, Masefield Crescent, Burton-on-trent, DE14 2SG
A spacious three bedroomed semi-detached house ideal for owner occupier or buy-to-let landlord.
Type: House, Residential
Location: 34 Masefield Crescent, DE14 2SG
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Brochures: 1
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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £90,000 **

Property Description
DRAFT DETAILS AWAITING VENDOR APPROVAL. The property has a large rear garden, good sized living space and en-suite shower room to master bedroom and would ideally benefit from cosmetic work throughout.

Living Room 12'6" x 21'4" (3.813m x 6.508m)
Having laminated flooring, skirting and coving, chimney breast, dado railing, radiators, ceiling rose, wooden double glazed door and window to the front elevation, uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and access to the kitchen via wooden and glass panel door. Access to the first floor is via a wooden staircase.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room 7'6" x 16'6" (2.308m x 5.036m)
Having uPVC double glazed window and door to the side elevation, radiator, coving and skirting, tiled flooring and walls, chrome sink with chrome mixer tap, four ring gas hob, oven, integrated microwave, boiler and wooden units.

First Floor Landing -
Master Bedroom 12'6" x 11' (3.832m x 3.375m)
Having wooden framed double glazed window to the front elevation, laminated flooring, skirting and coving, chimney breast, radiator. Access to en-suite via six panel wooden door.

En-Suite Shower Room 3'10" x 10'10" (1.183m x 3.326m)
Having low level flush wc, wash hand basin with chrome taps, electric shower, vinyl flooring, skirting, tiled walls, wooden double glazed window to the front elevation and loft access.

Bedroom 9'4" x 6'11" (2.856m x 2.12m)
Having laminated flooring, skirting and coving, radiator, uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and over-stair storage cupboard.

Bedroom 7'5" x 10'5" (2.269m x 3.183m)
Having laminated flooring, skirting, radiator and uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation.

Bathroom 4'4" x 5'11" (1.342m x 1.805m)
Having modern fittings including bath tub with chrome mixer tap and chrome shower head, basin with chrome mixer tap, low level flush wc, heated towel rail, tiled walls and uPVC double glazed frosted window to the side elevation.

Outside
Good sized garden to the rear.

Tenure
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
125, Tutbury Road, Burton-on-trent, DE13 0NU
A three bed mid-terraced property perfect for investors and developers, with a potential rental income of £625 pcm.
Type: House, Residential
Location: 125 Tutbury Road, DE13 0NU
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Brochures: 1
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** UNSOLD - AVAILABLE AT £110,000 **

Freehold Residential Development Sites with Outline Planning Permission for the Development of 1 No. Detached House and a Pair of Semi-Detached Houses to be offered as one Lot

Property Description
The property comprises two irregular shaped parcels of land accessed from Manor Rise, and to the rear of 80, 82 & 84 Manor Rise with a combined site area, excluding the shared accessway over which the land to be sold is understood to have certain access rights, of the order about 0.2 Acres (0.08 Hectares) or thereabouts.

Tenure:
We understand that the property is Freehold. For further information in respect of tenure and any other legal aspects please refer to the legal pack.

Location:
The property is situated off Manor Rise, in a predominantly residential locality about a mile from Stone town centre. Other centres such as Stafford, Stoke on Trent and Uttoxeter are about 7.5, 8.5 & 14.5 miles respectively whilst Stone Railway Station is about 1.5 miles.

Services:
Mains services are believed to be available within the vicinity of the property but interested parties should independently satisfy themselves as to the availability and suitability of any mains services for their particular requirements.

Ground Conditions & Contamination:
Prospective purchasers must undertake their own investigations relative to ground conditions and contamination and independently satisfy themselves as to suitability of the site for any use or development they may propose.

Plans & Aerial Photographs:
Any plans or aerial photographs provided with these particulars are for identification purposes only and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Easements, Restrictive Covenants etc.:
The property is sold subject to or with the benefit of any Rights of Way, Wayleaves, Easements, Restrictive Covenants etc. which may exist whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
We would note in particular that we are informed that the access is shared with other properties, with the land to be sold benefiting from certain rights of way there over and that there is a public footpath across this land. For confirmation in this regard to refer to the legal pack.

Town Planning:
The property is situated in Stone and any planning enquiries should be directed to Local Planning Authority, Stafford Borough Council.
We understand that Outline Planning Permission No. 16/24436/OUT for the development of a pair of semi-detached houses on land to the rear of 82 and 84 Manor Rise was granted by Stafford Borough Council on 14th September 2016 and that Outline Planning Permission No. 16/23313/OUT for the development of 1 No. detached house on land to the rear of 80 Manor Rise was granted by Stafford Borough Council on 10th March 2016.
Interested parties must make their own enquiries of the Local Planning Authority (Stafford Borough Council) in respect of planning and independently satisfy themselves as to the suitability of the site for any development or use they propose.

Value Added Tax
We are informed that VAT will not be applicable on this transaction.

Viewings:
External viewings only.

Joint Agents:
Tenure
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Land to the rear of 80, 82 & 84, Manor Rise, Stone, ST15 0HY
Freehold Residential Development Sites with Outline Planning Permission for the Development of 1 No. Detached House and a Pair of ...
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Location: Land to the rear of 80, 82 & 84 Manor Rise, Stone, ST15 0HY
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Brochures: 2
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*Unsold, the last bid was £274,000. Please refer to Auctioneer for Reserve*

Addendum
8 Middle Cross Street, Stoke on Trent
The total current rent is £42,484 per annum. All tenants are employees of JCB employed at its local plants in Rochester & Cheadle. The company has indicated it is likely to have an ongoing requirement for accommodation for staff in the area. Prospective buyers are advised to make their own enquiries.
The buildings are not Grade II Listed.

Freehold HMO investment
Newly developed with full HMO license (see legal pack)
9 letting rooms
Fully let
£40,500 per annum (gross)

LOCATION
Summary: A prominent corner location at the junction of Wood Street and Middle Cross Street on the northern edge of the town centre
Miles: Stafford 18 miles, Manchester 46 miles
Roads: A5007, B5039, A50
Rail: Longton railway station

DESCRIPTION
A detached former public house of traditional construction beneath a pitched roof. The building is arranged over basement, ground and first floors and has recently been refurbished to a high standard to provide nine letting rooms with communal kitchen and laundry facilities. Each room benefits from an en suite shower room/WC. Externally there is a rear communal garden area and storage at basement level.

TENURE
Freehold

PLANNING
Stoke-on-Trent City Council (01782 232372) www.stoke.gov.uk

VAT
Refer to the legal documentation

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
See website
8, Middlecross Street, Stoke-on-trent, ST3 1EB
Freehold HMO investment with 9 letting rooms, fully let producing £40,500 per annum (gross).
Type: House, Residential
Location: 8 Middlecross Street, ST3 1EB
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Brochures: 1
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