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Residential properties for auction in Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Lincolnshire

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Auction Date: 21st - 22nd November

Guide Price: £850,000 +

•Grade II* Listed Building
•Approx. GIA floor area 45,000 ft.²
•Guide price devalues to less than £20 ft.²
•Approx. site area 4.45 acres
•Renovation work to East Wing mostly completed
•Five existing 1 & 2 bed apartments
•Development opportunity (STP)
•Suitable for a variety of uses (STP)
•Located close to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Auction venue
The Pedigree Suite, Pride Park Stadium, Derby, DE24 8XL
Date: 14th December 2018
Time: 11:30 am
Guide price: 125000+

A very attractive three bedroomed semi-detached cottage with an adjoining one bedroomed annexe.

Property Description
The main house is well appointed and comprises two reception rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms, bathroom, en-suite and dressing room to the master bedroom. The adjoining annexe has a further bedroom, kitchen, shower room and WC. The property stands on a sizeable plot and is double glazed and has electric heating. Because of the close proximity to the A1, the property would lend itself to be a future Bed and Breakfast creating a potential income, subject to the necessary consents. The market town of Grantham is superbly located set in the centre of a number of larger towns and cities including Nottingham, Lincoln, Boston, Spalding, Peterborough, Stamford and Leicester. The mainline train station in the town centre takes you to London Kings Cross in just over an hour. Grantham itself is steeped in history with The Angel and Royal Inn mentioned in the Doomsday book, the girls grammar school KGGS had Margaret Thatcher as their former head girl, whilst the boys grammar school had Sir Isaac Newton as a former pupil, Saint Wulfams church, the 6th highest spire in England is in the town centre and the Beehive public house having had a living beehive sign outside since 1830. Town amenities include a sports complex, cinema, two golf clubs, town football club, ten pin bowling, tennis and table tennis clubs and squash club, to name but a few. Grantham is a charming town with a lot to offer residents and visitors alike, with attractive parks and riverside walks, culture and heritage and an abundance of dining experiences. In the outlining villages there are a number of historic buildings, such as Belton House, Belvoir Castle, Grimsthorpe Castle and Harlaxton Manor, as well as the birthplace of Isaac Newton at nearby Woolsthorpe.

Dining Room 11' 11" x 10' 10"
Having a double glazed entrance door to the front aspect and a double glazed window to the front aspect. The room also has a wall mounted electric heater and access through into the kitchen.

Kitchen 10' 9" x 6' 8"
Having a double glazed window to the rear aspect and a range of fitted kitchen units at a base level with solid wood work surfaces that have an under mounted belfast style sink with a mixer mounted, The kitchen also has a space for a range style cooker and space for washing machine.

Rear Hall
Having a double glazed door to the rear aspect, stairs rising to the first floor and a under stairs storage cupboard.

Living Room 11' 11" x 10' 11"
Having a double glazed window to the front aspect, TV point, a feature fireplace with wood mantle and a wall mounted electric heater.

First Floor Landing One
Leading to -

Master Bedroom 12' 1" x 9'
Having a double glazed window to the front aspect and a wall mounted electric heater. The room further benefits from a built in illuminated bed canopy, recess for flat screen TV with TV point, built in storage and TV box slot and leading to the second landing.

First Floor Landing Two
Having a double glazed window to the front and access to the en-suite and dressing rooms.

Having a white suite including vanity wash hand basin, wc and a shower enclosure. The room has tiled splash backs, a heated towel rail and vanity mirror.

Dressing Room
Having two sets of full length sliding door wardrobes, one with hidden makeup counter with mirror and integrated hair dryer.

Bedroom Two 12' x 11'
Having a double glazed window to the front aspect and a wall mounted electric heater. The room is complemented with part panelled walls

Bedroom Three 11' x 6' 10"
Having a double glazed window to the rear aspect and a wall mounted electric heater.

Having a white suite comprising a deep fill bath with decorative floor lighting, wash hand basin and wc. The room also has a double glazed window to the rear aspect and a range of ceramic tiled splashbacks. The room has a range of decorative lighting.

Comprising -

Living/bedroom 11' 6" x 9' 7"
Having a double glazed door to the front aspect, a further double glazed window to the front aspect. The room has access to the wc and shower rooms, it has a TV point and a wall mounted electric heater.

Shower Room
Having a fitted shower cubicle with tiled splash backs and a fitted electric shower.

Having a wash hand basin and low level wc.

Dining Kitchen 11' 8" x 6' 7"
Having full length glass windows to the rear aspect, with a double glazed door to the rear. The kitchen has a fitted kitchen with base and larder units, laminate roll top work surfaces. The room has space for a dining table and a wall mounted electric heater.

The property is approached by gravel driveway giving off road parking for multiple cars and having hard standing ideal for a caravan / motor home or trailer. There are gardens to three sides which are mainly laid to lawn with hedge borders and inset patio area.

Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.

Viewings Details
Viewings can be booked online (under the Lot Information section on this page) or by contacting the auctioneers on 01332 242880.
1, Allington Lane, Grantham, NG32 2JR
A very attractive three bedroomed semi-detached cottage with an adjoining one bedroomed annexe.
Type: House, Residential
Location: 1 Allington Lane, NG32 2JR
Images: 18
Brochures: 1
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Greengates enjoys a private and secluded situation to the east of Brigg Road (A15 Ermine Street) within half a mile of the A46 bypass and within 2.50 miles of the centre of the historic City of Lincoln and the wealth of cultural facilities and amenities that it affords. There is easy access to the surroundings towns of Market Rasen, Scunthorpe, Gainsborough and Newark from which London Kings Cross is approximately an 80 minute journey. Leisure facilities and golf courses are easily accessible.

Greengates has a high degree of privacy and seclusion and is set in approximately 1.55 acres (0.63 hectares) of grounds and paddock and therefore affords considerable scope for the family interested in country life and rural pursuit and yet being within a few minutes drive of the centre of the vibrant University City of Lincoln. This is a residence of considerable charm and character constructed of rustic brick under multi pitched pantiled roofs. It has the benefit of 3 reception room, 4 double bedrooms, uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating from a Stanley cooking range. This is a delightful family home with potential for further extension, subject to the usual consents. The accommodation comprises:-


Ground Floor:
Entrance Porch:
1.43m x 1.95m (4’8 x 6’4) hardwood front door, leaded light window.

Pedestal wash basin with mirrored splashback, low flush w.c., two uPVC double glazed windows, fitted shelves, radiator.

Drawing Room:
7.72m x 3.80m (25’3 x 12’5) plus south facing bay window 2.68m x 1.32m (8’9 x 4’3) uPVC double glazed French doors to the patio under the balcony. Claygate type rustic brick fireplace with provision for open fire flanked by two uPVC double glazed windows, beamed ceiling, delph rack, built in cupboard with leaded light door, wall light points, three radiators.

Dining Room:
5.31m x 3.79m (17’5 x 12’5) Claygate type brickette fireplace with provision for open fire, flanked by two uPVC double glazed windows, similar south facing window, radiator.

Lobby: from Drawing Room giving access to:

3.14m x 2.56m (10’3 x 8’4) maximum, picture rail, built in bookshelves, east facing uPVC double glazed window, radiator in recess.

Half Tiled Kitchen:
4.78m x 2.66m (15’8 x 8’8) ceramic tiled floor, range of built in drawer and cupboard units, double drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, matching eye level cupboards, Stanley oil fired cooker with boiler for central heating and domestic hot water, three uPVC double glazed windows.

Open Rear Entrance Lobby:
1.62m x 2.34m (5’3 x 7’8) ceramic tiled floor, back door to outhouses, range of deep built in storage cupboards. Open to:

Breakfast/Utility Area:
3.28m x 2.47m (10’9 x 8’1) maximum, ceramic tiled floor, built in storage cupboard with part glazed doors, uPVC double glazed window. Walk-in Pantry with fitted shelves.

Curving Staircase from Drawing Room to First Floor Landing:
Built in linen cupboard.

Master Bedroom:
3.78m x 5.84m (12’4 x 19’1) to the front of a range of two double built in wardrobes with locker cupboards over, pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback, two small south facing uPVC double glazed windows, matching west facing French doors to south facing balcony, two radiators.

3.82m x 3.05m (12’6 x 10’0) including two double built in wardrobes with louvred doors and matching cupboard, uPVC double glazed windows to the west and south, pedestal wash basin with mirrored tiled splashback. Radiator.

3.70m x 3.52m (12’1 x 11’6) pedestal wash basin, east facing uPVC double glazed window, radiator.

2.68m x 4.55m (8’9 x 14’11) including built in wardrobe with sliding doors, pedestal wash basin, uPVC double glazed windows to the west and north, radiator

Part Tiled Shower Room:
Corner shower cubicle with electric shower, pedestal wash basin, low flush w.c., three uPVC double glazed windows, radiator. Access to large roof space.

3.03m x 2.10m (9’11 x 6’10) white suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low flush w.c., uPVC double glazed window, radiator.

The property is approached from Ermine Street via a gated entrance. The driveway serves a detached brick built Garage with flat roof and also a range of quaint brick built outbuildings with steeply pitched hipped pantiled roofs comprising: Garage 5.43m x 2.79m (17’9 x 9’1) electric light and power. Double doors to store with oil storage tank and fuel store at the rear. To the east are enclosed lawned gardens with ornamental well with attractive fishpond in a secluded area near to the entrance porch. To the south is a grass paddock. The total site area is in the region of 1.55 acres (0.63 hectares).

General Remarks
Vacant possession will be give upon completion.

Strictly by appointment with Auction House.

Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the relevant statutory authorities. NB: Services, Apparatus and Equipment have not been tested by Auction House and therefore cannot be verified as being in working order. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor/Surveyor.

Property Misdescription Act 1991
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not form any part of any contract. Information relating to Rating and Town & Country Planning matters has been obtained by verbal enquiry only. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries of the appropriate Authority. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate only. Potential purchasers are advised to check them.

Energy Efficiency Rating (EPC)
Current Rating F

Interested parties are invited to make their own enquiries to the relevant authorities as to the availability of the services.

Local Authority
Lincolnshire County Council

Burton & Dyson, 22 Market Place, Gainsborough, DN21 2BZ, Ref: Rhonda Rushby, Tel: 01427 610761

Additional Fees
Administration Charge - £600 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
Please call Auction House Lincolnshire, North Notts & South Yorks on 01427 616436 to arrange a viewing
Greengates, Brigg Road, Lincoln, LN2 2LB
Greengates has a high degree of privacy and seclusion and is set in approximately 1.55 acres
Type: House, Residential
Location: Greengates Brigg Road, Lincoln, LN2 2LB
Size: 1.55 Acres
Images: 17
Brochures: 1
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** UNSOLD, AVAILABLE AT £220,000 **

Property Description
DRAFT DETAILS An excellent opportunity to acquire a grade II listed public house in the heart of the attractive and quiet rural village of Scopwick in Lincolnshire. Scopwick is located approximately 10 miles to the South of Lincoln and 10 miles to the North of Sleaford. The property itself is located on Brookside, at the junction of the main B1188 road. The premises comprise a two-storey traditional brick built Public House which is constructed under a pitched tiled roof. Internally the premises comprise a bar servery with further lounge/snug and catering kitchen to the ground floor. The premises further benefit from owner’s accommodation which consists of 3 bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor. Externally the premises have an enclosed car park to the rear with further parking to the front of the premises. Although the property is currently trading, upon completion the property will be available with vacant possession. The premises would suit its continued use as a Public House but may suit conversion to a residential dwelling subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The accommodation comprises:

Ground Floor:
Main Bar Area
69.7 sq m (750 sq ft)

Bar Servery
13.5 sq m (145 sq ft)

22.7 sq m (244 sq ft)

10.7 sq m (115 sq ft)

Cold Store/Cellar
18.5 sq m (199 sq ft)

First Floor:
Bedroom One
19.3 sq m (208 sq ft)

Bedroom Two
11.8 sq m (127 sq ft)

Bedroom Three
13.3 sq m (143 sq ft)

10 sq m (108 sq ft)

The premises have an enclosed car park to the rear with further parking to the front.

Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
The Royal Oak, Brookside, Lincoln, LN4 3PA
A Grade II listed Public House in the heart of a quiet and popular rural village
Type: Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Restaurant/Cafes, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Residential, Pubs/Bars/Clubs, Restaurant/Cafes, Licensed & Leisure
Location: The Royal Oak Brookside, Lincoln, LN4 3PA
Images: 2
Brochures: 1
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Excellently position on A1 north at Elkesley
Site area: approximately 0.36 acres
Detached commercial building – approximately 5,000 ft2
Good car parking provision – 37 cars
Former Indian Restaurant – A3 planning consent
First floor self-contained two bedroom flat
Existing tenancy – no longer trading

The property is ideally located for passing trade on the northbound carriageway between Markham Moor and Upper Morton on the busy A1 in Elkesley, North Nottinghamshire. The site can be easily accessed by A1 southbound traffic, less than one mile to the south at the junction with the B6387.
Further local business’ on Twyford lane such as The Post Office, Kitti cakes shop and County School of Motoring.
Elkesley is a small village in Nottinghamshire, with a population of around 822. It is only accessible by the A1. Situated 6 miles south of Retford and 8 miles to Worksop.
There are good road links nearby, with easy access to the A57 & A60.

The site offers excellent roadside retail potential, measuring 0.36 acres (0.15 hectares).
The existing building was previously used as an Indian Restaurant, with residential accommodation to the upper floors. The ground floor accommodation benefits from A3 planning consent. To the upper floors there is a two bedroom self-contained flat.
Externally there is a carpark to provide parking for 37 vehicles.

Building – approx. 5,000 sq. ft
Site area: 0.36 acreas (0.15 hectares)
The accommodation has not been inspected.

Investment Analysis
The property previously generated an income of £35,000pa providing a potential yield of 11% based on the guide price.

The property is connected to mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Services have not been tested, so interested parties are advised to carry out their own investigations.


Business Rates
The VOA states the rateable value to be £18,250

Please note only external viewings are available. The building is boarded up.

Guide Price

The purchase price is subject to VAT

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

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Indian Chef, A1 Northbound, High Street, Retford, DN22 8AJ
Roadside Retail Development Opportunity Located on the A1 – 0.36 Acre Site Freehold Site with Detached 5,000 ft2 building
Type: Residential, Retail, Restaurant/Cafes, Office, Flat, Restaurant/Cafes, Offices
Location: Indian Chef, A1 Northbound High Street, Retford, DN22 8AJ
Images: 4
Brochures: 1
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