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Residential properties for auction in Penycae, Swansea

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A Victorian style semi detached property within walking distance to town centre.

Some original features have been retained in the property.

Tenure
See Legal Pack

Ground Floor
Entrance hall, two reception rooms, kitchen/diner and utility room.

First Floor
Three bedrooms and bathroom

Second Floor
Bedroom and attic/playroom.

Outside
Front and rear garden.

Viewing Schedule
Monday 6th August 10.00-10.30
Wednesday 15th August 16.30-17.00
Wednesday 22nd August 16.30-17.00
Friday 31st August 12.00-12.30

Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)
Current Rating E

Local Authority
Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council

Additional Fees
Buyer's Premium - £900 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.
Administration Charge - 0.25% inc VAT of the purchase price, subject to a minimum of £594 inc VAT, payable on exchange of contracts.
Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.

Viewing Times
Mon 6 Aug 10:00-10:30
Wed 15 Aug 16:30-17:00
Wed 22 Aug 16:30-17:00
Fri 31 Aug 12:00-12:30
High Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 9AH
A Victorian style semi detached property
Type: House, Residential
Location: Gavenny Villa, High Street, CF47 9AH
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Features
Modern detached house in need of completion
Estimated cost of completion work in the region of £30,000
Kitchen not fitted
Potential to add capital value
Freehold Site
Approx. site area 0.3 acres

Location
The property is located on the eastern side of Mary Street in the semi-rural district of Seven Sisters, Neath, West Glamorgan. Amenities in the immediate vicinity include a post office, primary school and a local shop. Further afield in nearby Neath there is a wider range of amenities including supermarkets and various national retailers.
The picturesque Brecon Beacons, a popular tourist destination, are located only three miles north of the property.
The city of Swansea is less than 20 miles, and approximately 35 minute drive to the southwest of Seven Sisters. Swansea is accessed by road via the A465 and A483. The M4 motorway is approximately 20 minutes away, and runs from West Wales into Central London, passing by the major cities of Cardiff, Bristol and Reading.

Description
• For Sale By Online Auction – 22nd – 23rd August 2018
• Guide Price: £75,000+
• Development Project
• Sought After Location
• Potential To Add Good Capital Value

The residential property is accessed via the side entrance to the large hallway. The large kitchen / dining room is located to the rear of the building and has a fully tiled flooring and patio doors. Beyond the kitchen, there is a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and a door to the side of the property. To the front of the ground floor, there is a spacious lounge and additional family room. Within the entrance hallway there is a downstairs w.c.
To the first floor there are four large double bedrooms and a fully tiled family bathroom. The main bedroom to the front of the property has the benefit en-suite facilities.
We have been advised the cost to complete the works to a good standard will cost in the region of £30,000.
Adjacent to the family home there is a large former working mens club, which forms part of the sale. The former working men’s club hasn’t been inspected internally, however, it is in a dilapidated condition.
The entire plot extends to approximately 0.3 acres (1225 m2)

Accommodation
Lounge: 4.91m x 3.53m
Family Room: 3.53m x 3.13m
Kitchen / Diner: 7.3m x 3.9m
Utility: 1.70m x 2.64m
Bedroom 1: 4.03m x 4.03m
En-suite 2.28m x 1.55m
Bedroom 2: 3.89m x 3.51m
Bedroom 3: 3.71m x 3.89m
Bedroom 4: 3.81m x 3.18m
Bathroom: 2.45m x 2.25m

Services
Potential buyers are advised to make their own investigations

Tenure
The property is freehold

Investment Analysis
There is an opportunity to add value to the property, by completing the outstanding works to the detached house.
Subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained, and following demolition of the former working men’s club, there will be an opportunity to develop the site further.

Council Tax & Business Rates
The former working men’s club has a current rateable value of £7,200.
Potential buyers are advised to make their own investigations regarding the council tax payable on the detached house once the works have been completed.

Guide Price
£75,000+

VAT
Potential buyers are advised to make their own investigations

Buyer’s Premium
2% (min. £3,600) inc. VAT

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Seven Sisters Workingmen's Club And Additional Detached House, Heol Y Felin, Neath, SA10 9BD
New Build Four Bedroom Detached House – Completion Work Required – Former Working Mens Club in Dilapidated Condition
Type: House, Residential
Location: Seven Sisters Workingmen's Club And Additional Detached House Heol Y Felin, Neath, SA10 9BD
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Features
Freehold
In need of refurbishment
Potential to add capital value
Spacious accommodation
Loft room and outbuilding
Only fifteen minutes by train to Swansea
Less than two miles from M4 motorway

Location
This semi-detached bungalow is located on the northern side of Dynevor Close in the Skewen district of Neath in West Glamorgan.
In the immediate vicinity, there are a good range of amenities, including; a library, heath centre, local shops, and a train station providing stop access to the cities of Cardiff and Swansea.
The city of Swansea is just 15 minutes by train, 20 minutes by car and 30 minutes by bus. Junction 43 of the M4 motorway is less than two miles from the property, and runs from West Wales into Central London, passing by the major cities of Cardiff, Bristol and Reading.

Description
• For Sale By Online Auction: 22nd – 23rd August 2018
• Guide Price: £49,500+
• Modernisation and refurbishment work required
• Potential to add good capital value
• Spacious accommodation – 837 ft2

The property is accessed via the block paved driveway to the front of the property. The entrance hall leads the lounge, which is located to the left hand side of the ground floor. Also, to the ground floor, there are also two double bedrooms.
The tiled bathroom hosts a three-piece suite with shower over bath. The kitchen diner has a range of base and eye level units with window overlooking the rear garden.
From the lounge located at the front of the property there are stairs to the loft room with dormer window to the rear.
Externally, there is a detached outbuilding, which provides useful storage space. The outbuilding has uPVC glazing to the front and side.
The property would benefit from a program of improvements including new kitchen, bathroom, carpets and decoration throughout.

Accommodation
Lounge: 3.89m x 4.58m
Bedroom 1: 3.72m x 3.33m
Bedroom 2: 2.84m x 2.73m
Bathroom: 1.85m x 1.69m
Kitchen: 5.99m x 2.73m
Loft Room 1: 3.67m x 3.59m
Loft Room 2: 3.29m x 2.15m
Outbuilding: 4.78m x 2.37m

Total: 77.74 m2 (837 ft2)

Services
We understand the property to have mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Potential buyers are advised to make their own investigations.

Tenure
The property is freehold

Investment Analysis
Following a programme of refurbishment, we envisage there is good opportunity to add capital value. Furthermore, if the property were to held as a buy-let investment, we expect the rental income to be in the region of £6,600 pa, which reflects a gross yield of 13.33% based on the guide price.

Council Tax
The property is rated in Council Tax Band C. Council Tax payable (2018/2019) is approximately £1,576 pa.

Guide Price
£49,950+

VAT
The property is not subject to VAT.

Buyer’s Premium
2% (min. £3,600) inc. VAT

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6, Dynevor Close, Neath, SA10 6TN
Spacious Two Bedroom Semi-Detached Bungalow – Modernisation and Refurbishment Work Required – Opportunity to Add Good Capital Value
Type: House, Residential
Location: 6 Dynevor Close, SA10 6TN
Size: 837 Sq Ft
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*UNSOLD, PLEASE REFER TO AUCTIONEER*

Station House as the name implies served the Cynghordy Holt on the central Wales line with the route North of Llandovery being opened in stages between 1861 and 1868.

The cottage lies adjacent to the now refurbished holt, however the cottage itself requires a complete refurbishment project and when complete would provide a secluded rural property with excellent views with the advantage of being a few foot steps away from what is now known as the Heart Of Wales Line, which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea currently four times a day.

The market town of Llandovery lies about 5 miles away which offers all the facilities one would expect from a small market town including Cottage Hospital and Doctors Surgery and a range of shops, swimming pool, local authority junior school and the renowned Llandovery College.

Tenure

See Legal Pack

Ground Floor

Two reception rooms.

First Floor

Three bedrooms.

Local Authority

Carmarthenshire County Council

Solicitors

Dilwyns Solicitors, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DL, Ref: Andrew Morgan, Tel: 01597 822707

Additional Fees

Buyer's Premium - £2200 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.

Administration Charge - £900 inc VAT payable on exchange of contracts.

Disbursements - Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion.
Station House, Cynghordy, Llandovery, SA20 0LY
In Need Of Complete Renovation
Type: House, Residential
Location: Station House, Cynghordy , Llandovery, SA20 0LY
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*THIS PROPERTY IS STILL AVAILABLE - PLEASE REFER TO THE AUCTIONEER*

Features
Large semi-detached premises
Potential to convert to mixed use or flats
Accommodation over three storeys
Full conversion/renovation required
Approximately 3,930 Sq.Ft (taken from EPC)
Vacant possession
Freehold
Close to amenities
Good residential location

Location
This property is situated in an elevated position fronting Cardiff Road between the junctions of Chapel Street and Mount Hill Street. Located in Aberaman a small area on the outskirts of Aberdare Town centre, which lies 1.5 miles northwest of the property. Within Aberdare, there are a wide range of amenities including leisure facilities, supermarkets, retail outlets, schools and a college.
Aberdare is within the Cynon Valley at the confluence of the River Dare and Cynon. Just four miles northeast is the large town of Merthyr Tydfil. The capital city of Cardiff is 21 miles south east and can be accessed directly off the A470.
Sandwiched between the Brecon Beacons National Park and The Afan Forest Park the area attracts visitors all year round. Both Parks are well known for mountain biking and hiking or hillwalking trails for people keen to experience the outdoors and the scenic views on offer.

Description
A substantial former public house adjoining two storey terraced housing. Ideal for any investor looking for a property requiring total renovation or conversion (STP).
The property offers spacious and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors, totalling approximately 3,930 Sq.Ft.
Given the right programme of renovation/ conversion and subject to the necessary planning permissions, we estimate the property could provide space for six flats arranged over the ground, first and second floors.
Alternatively the property could be renovated and re-instated as a public house/hotel.
Externally the property enjoys a small garden to the rear, and further benefits from ample car parking to the front and side.

Accommodation
Total – 3,930 Sq. Ft (365 Sq. M)
Approximate gross internal floor area taken from commercial EPC.
Please note an inspection has not been undertaken.

Services
We understand the property to have mains electricity, water and drainage.

Tenure
Freehold

Investment Analysis
Subject to the necessary planning permissions we estimate the property could be converted into 4 x two bedroom flats and 2 x one bedroom flats.
If converted into flats, the property has the potential to generate an income in the region of £25,200 – £32,400 per annum, providing a gross yield of between 13.62% and 17.51% based on the guide price, before taking into account purchase costs or conversion costs.

Council Tax
The property is rated in Council Tax Band A. Council Tax payable (2017/18) is approximately £1,070.

Rateable Value
The property has a current rateable value of £4,400. We advise all interested parties to make their own enquiries.

Guide Price
£185,000+

Buyer’s Premium
2.4% (min. £3,000) inc. VAT

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The Kings Head, 263-265, Cardiff Road, Aberdare, CF44 6RD
Substantial Former Public House – Residential Development Opportunity (STP) – Approx. 3,930 Sq.Ft of Accommodation
Type: Residential, Mixed use, Hotel, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Leisure, Other Property Types & Opportunities, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The Kings Head, 263-265 Cardiff Road, Aberdare, CF44 6RD
Size: 3930 Sq Ft
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*THIS PROPERTY IS STILL AVAILABLE - PLEASE CONTACT THE AUCTIONEER FOR MORE DETAILS*

Features
Ready made investment
Two bedroom end of terrace
Currently rented £80 pw (£4,160 pa)
Gross yield of 10.53%
Average condition
Popular residential location
Freehold
Rear garden grounds & on street parking

Location
The property is centrally located in the former mining village of Caerau, within one mile of the village of Cymmer on the edge of the Afan National Park.
Just 9 miles south east is the large town of Port Talbot and 17 miles west of the larger city of Swansea. Here there is a wide range of amenities including hospitals, supermarkets, shopping centres, schools and colleges.
The Afan Forest Park is a 48-square-mile forest park in South Wales. It is set in the Afan Valley and is well known for its mountain biking, hiking and hill walking trails therefore attracting a wide range of visitors keen to experience the outdoors.

Overview
This two bedroom end terrace house of traditional construction offers light and comfortable accommodation arranged over two floors.
The property is entered via a uPVC door into the open plan living/ dining room fronting George Street and benefits from duel aspect windows allowing natural light to flood through the property. The modern fitted kitchen is located at the rear with a door leading out to the garden grounds.
To the first floor the property enjoys two spacious bedrooms and a family bathroom, having a three piece suite in white.
Externally there is a small garden to the front with steps up to the entrance of the property. There is also a private garden to the rear and there is on street parking.

Investment analysis
The property is currently let for £80 per week (£4,160 pa), representing a gross annual yield of 10.53%.

Accommodation
The accommodation is approximately 70 Sq. M (753 Sq. Ft) – taken from the EPC.

Services
We understand the property to have mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Council Tax
The property is rated in Council Tax Band A. Council Tax payable (2017/18) is approximately £1,087.40.

Tenure
Freehold

Guide Price
£39,500+

Buyer’s Premium
2.4% (min. £3,000) inc. VAT

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7, George Street, Maesteg, CF34 0UU
Two Bedroom End Terrace – Ideal Buy To Let Opportunity – Previous Rental Income of £4,160 pa
Type: House, Residential
Location: 7 George Street, CF34 0UU
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