Small commercial farm, large farmhouse and many buildings 113.27 acres in all. A further 487 acres at Langar Airfield adjacent also available - see separate particulars
The early 19th century farmhouse has extensive accommodation with six bedrooms and cellarage. It forms part of a large yard of traditional barns of similar age. To the north and west of the old farmstead are mid 20th century buildings lending themselves to commercial conversion or continued agricultural or equestrian use. The farmstead has two drives from Harby Lane, one domestic and the other for the farm. There is a further access to Langar Lane south of the industrial estate. The farmland is fairly level, being slow draining clayey soil of the Evesham 2 and Denchworth series, capable of heavy winter cropping. About 30% is grassland and the rest arable.
Farmhouse, traditional and modern buildings and farmland, 113 acres in all with conversion potential
Former Chapel to be sold freehold with vacant possession • Planning consent granted for conversion into 15 bed aparthotel • Planning consent allowed for the demolition of existing Chapel (not Listed) • Existing building suitable for community use
Location: The property is situated to the southeast of Derby city centre on London Road, close to the junction with Ascot Drive (A6).
There is easy access into Derby’s Pride Park and railway station which is less than one mile away.
London Road is a main route into the city centre and currently the building enjoys a prominent position, however the immediate vicinity is residential housing therefore a residential or community use may be suitable, subject to appropriate planning consent.
Description: The property comprises a Victorian Chapel which is currently vacant.
There is access from both London Road to the front and Taylor Street to the rear with car parking facilities.
The existing building is approximately 480 sq m (5,166 sq ft).
Planning: Planning consent was granted on 14 October 2014 for the demolition of the Chapel and erection of an aparthotel comprising of 15 serviced apartments. (Application Ref: 01/14/00099). We are of the opinion site is suitable for residential development subject to obtaining appropriate consents.
Guide Price: £350,000
VAT: We understand that VAT will not be applicable to the purchase price.
EPC: Not applicable.
Adjacent Business Centre: The School House Business Centre which is adjacent to the Chapel is also available to purchase. This is a fully let serviced office centre and further details can be obtained by contacting our office.
The land comprises a regular shaped level site with extensive and prominent frontage to Lincoln Road one of the principal routes linking the town centre with the junction of the A1, A46 & A17 trunk roads. Vehicular access to the site is via Cedar Avenue, a mature residential area developed predominantly with mid-20th century semi-detached housing stock and is conveniently located approximately 1 mile from Newark town centre. Used informally by Newark & Sherwood District Council as public open space with a Multi-Use Games again (MUGA) the site is mainly set to grass, is shown for identification purposes only edged in red on the plan.
Land Off Cedar Avenue / Lincoln Road, Newark
Type: Land, Residential, Residential Land, Commercial Land
Land Off Cedar Avenue, Newark, NG24 2DAGBNewarkNottinghamshireNG24 2DALand Off, Cedar Avenue
The property occupies a prominent position on Derby Road, Long Eaton, near Nottingham.
The property is an existing cinema arranged over ground and two upper floors extending to approximately 5,170 sqft GIA.
An indicative scheme has been drawn up by the vendor. We have been informed that there is potential for 2 retail units (4,354 sqft NIA) and 47 apartments (23,498 sqft NSA). Purchasers are invited to make their own enquiries regarding planning potential with the local planning authority: Erewash Borough Council .
LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION:
The property occupies a prominent position on Derby Road amongst other local shops and amenities. The open spaces of West Park are within easy reach. Transport links are provided by both Long Eaton rail and Attenborough rail stations. Long Eaton railway station is located 1.1 miles south of the property.
A substantial and very prominently located office building, that overlooks Regent Road, close to the city centre. The premises are constructed in brickwork under a pitched slate roof, with attractive either timber sash or stone mullion windows. There is an imposing entrance into the property.
Internally, the property is arranged over three levels, providing a number of more open plan and cellular offices that are all well appointed and carpeted throughout.
There is the usual arrangement of WCs, together with attractive kitchen and rest room facilities for staff.
To the rear of the property, and with access from Salisbury Road, is a substantial car park for some 24 cars. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7275 )
The property comprises a single storey brick built office, training and storage unit with dedicated car parking and a modern detached warehouse extension located adjacent to a school in a primarily residential area, situated in a prominent position on Liquorpond Street off Victoria Place close to the inner ring road on the edge of Boston town centre. The property is currently used for office and training purposes but may be suitable for alternative uses (Subject To Planning). ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 16106 )
For sale the freehold interest in the land at Peashill Farm, Ratcliffe Road, Sileby (hereafter referred to as ‘the Property’).
The Property comprises arable land, extending to approximately 12.57 ha (31.06 acres) excluding the Peashill Farm Buildings and the SUDS pond will be offered on a long lease basis. The Property benefits from an outline planning permission for up to 170 residential dwellings (including 30% affordable housing), together with associated open space, landscaping, extension to cemetery, new allotments, access, surface water attenuation and associated works including demolition of 94 Ratcliffe Road and conversion of existing farm buildings.
The method of disposal is by informal tender and the deadline for bids to be submitted is 12 noon on Wednesday 27th June 2018. Interviews may be held thereafter.
Preference will be given to clean unconditional bids and to parties who can clearly demonstrate they have undertaken full analysis of the site and understood all of the obligations to be placed upon them.
Land at Peashill Farm, Ratcliffe Road, Sileby
Type: Residential, Land, Commercial Land
Land at Peashill Farm, Ratcliffe Road, Sileby, Sileby, Loughborough, LE12 7QBGBCharnwood, LoughboroughLeicestershireLE12 7QB184, Ratcliffe Road
Lincoln is a cathedral city and the administrative and major shopping centre within the County of Lincolnshire with a population of circa 97,795 (ONS 2016 estimate). It is also a university city with over 15,000 students plus staff contributing an estimated £250 million annually into the local economy. The city attracts 3.7 million tourists annually spending circa £1 billion. The Hillcrest Hotel is situated on the southern side of Lindum Terrace, approximately 325 metres to the east of its junction with Lindum Road / Wragby Road (A15), in the prestigious 'uphill' residential area of Lincoln. The property is adjacent to the Arboretum, a park of grade II historic importance situated on south facing slopes which has achieved green flag status. Lindum Terrace is within walking distance of the city centre and the historic Bailgate area, home to the Cathedral and Castle. A former rectory, the Hillcrest Hotel dates from circa 1880 and comprises a generously proportioned detached building constructed of brick under a pitched, slate covered roof with accommodation arranged over four floors. A sympathetic two storey extension added in the 1980s currently provides owner's living accommodation. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 2039111 )
The site has an elevated topography and is undeveloped, with a number of trees and overgrown vegetation. As part of the planning consent a scheme for the retention of certain trees has been agreed. A Tree Survey and Arboricultural Survey are available on request.
The site comprises 0.75 Hectares (1.85 Acres). ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7271 )
Land At Beeston Close, Nottingham, NG6 8XG
Land At Beeston Close, Bestwood, Nottingham, NG6 8XGGBGedling, NottinghamNottinghamshireNG6 8XG6, Beeston Close
Located at the southern edge of Duffield, which is regarded as one of the premier residential locations in Derbyshire.
The site is marketed in conjunction with the former Willows Care Home site, Field Terrace, Ripley, DE5 3HF to enable the affordable housing allocation to be decanted to this site, with the benefit of the following planning permissions AVA/2016/1257 - Duffield Depot and AVA/2017/0907 - The Willows.
These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in Derbyshire County Council’s employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of the property.
Closing date for offers: Wednesday 4 July 2018.
Contact Call Derbyshire for a tender pack email: email@example.com or tel: 01629 533190.
Residential development opportunity - Derby Road (A6), Duffield
The site currently comprises a surfaced tarmacked car park accessed via First Avenue and is bounded by residential dwellings to the eastern and southern boundaries and a playing field to the northern elevation. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7221 )
Car Park Site, First Avenue, Mansfield, NG21 9DA
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Car Park Site, First Avenue, Clipstone, Mansfield, NG21 9DAGBNewark and Sherwood, MansfieldNottinghamshireNG21 9DA3, First Avenue
A purpose-built single storey former health centre of traditional brick construction with UPVC double glazed windows throughout. Internally the accommodation is currently arranged to provide a number of former consultation/treatment rooms with associated reception and waiting area. The general specification includes:
- Vinyl covered solid floors - Solid ceilings with strip lighting - Perimeter trunking for power and data (in part) - Associated kitchenette facilities with wash hand basins in the former treatment rooms and wc's - Gas central heating (non-operational at present)
Externally the property benefits from security perimeter fencing and 22 marked car parking spaces.
( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7219 )
Clipstone Health Centre, First Avenue, Mansfield, NG21 9DA
ADDRESS: 25 High Street, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 5HP • Let to HSBC Bank Plc -2265 sq. ft. • 1870 sq. ft. of offices on upper floors • 4 Car parking spaces to the rear • Prominent Town Centre Location. • Opposite public car park • Bank have exercised option to leave on 17 June 2018 • Residential Conversion opportunity LOCATION Horncastle is located on the A158 main road between Skegness, 22 miles to the east, and Lincoln 30 miles to the west. SITUATION The property, in the town centre, is situated on the south side of High Street close to the junction with Church Lane overlooking a public car park at Market Place. Occupiers close by include NatWest, Barclays, Co-Op Pharmacy, and Lloyds TSB. DESCRIPTION The property is arranged on basement, ground and two upper floors to provide a ground floor banking hall with basement storage. The self-contained first and second floors, accessed via High Street, provide office accommodation with kitchen and WC. The property has 4 car parking spaces to the rear ACCOMMODATION No 25 Bank : Gross Frontage:40'0'',Shop Depth: 41'11'',Built Depth: 63'11'',Basement: 312 Sq. Ft.,Total 2365 sq. ft. No 25 A Office: First Floor: 689 Sq. Ft.,Second Floor: 775 Sq. Ft,Total 1870 sq ft Tenancy: No 25 Bank: Let to HSBC Bank Plc for 15 years from 17 June 2008 at a current rent of £19,500 p.a.. Rent review every 5th year FR & I subject to a schedule of condition. The lease contains a tenant's option to break on 17 June 2018 and the bank have given notice to leave on this date No 25 A Office: Let to TJS Online Ltd for 6 years from 12.12.2009 at a current rent of £6375 p.a. IR & I. Reversion with tenant holding over. RENT: £25875 p.a. TENURE: Freehold VAT IS: Not Applicable PRICE: Offers in excess of £ 290,000 – 8.5% Net
Freehold Bank & Office Investment - Horncastle
Type: Residential, Offices, Office
25a High Street, LN9 5HPGBHorncastleLincolnshireLN9 5HP25a, High Street
Developed by Watkin Jones in 2008/9, the scheme comprises 61 self-contained high quality studios. - The property was redeveloped and extended during 2008/9 to comprise 6 self - contained high quality studios arranged over ground, first and second floors. The building is one-half of a college which was originally built by Loughborough University's founder Sir Henry Schofield in 1915. It was used as the primary site for the realisation of his vision to create an "industrial factory" where the practical application of manufacturing technology could be taught.
Optima, Green Close Lane, Loughborough, LE11 5AS
Type: Other, Residential, Other Property Types & Opportunities
Optima, Green Close Lane, Loughborough, , Loughborough, LE11 5ASGBCharnwood, LoughboroughLeicestershireLE11 5AS9, Greenclose Lane
The Mary Gee site of 1.36 ha (3.36 acres) accommodates a purpose built student residential complex constructed in 1963. This comprises a series of blocks of flats, all of which are three storeys with hipped or pavilion roofs. The site has a strong landscaped character with mature trees befitting a location within the heart of the conservation area. ( Agency Pilot Software Ref: 7255 )
Mary Gee Halls Of Residence, 101-107 Ratcliffe Road, Leicester, LE2 3TE
Type: Land, Residential, Residential, Residential, Commercial Land
Mary Gee Halls Of Residence, 101-107 Ratcliffe Road, Leicester, LE2 3TEGBLeicester, LeicesterLeicestershireLE2 3TERatcliffe Road
The Site is situated to the south of London Road and Stump Cross Hill, and immediately south of Sleaford Town Centre (approximately 1 mile), forming a natural extension to the existing settlement and will form the new southern edge of Quarrington.
The Site received outline planning permission for residential development, new site access, open space and landscaping on 17 July 2015 (Planning Reference:13/0498/OUT (included within the property particulars)). A synopsis of the planning permission is below:
1,450 dwellings based on 36 dwellings per net hectare Two form entry primary schools Care home Local centre Public open space Sports pitches Allotments Associated infrastructure (outline with means of access)
Type: Land, Residential, Commercial Land
Quarrington, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 8URGBNorth Kesteven, SleafordLincolnshireNG34 8UR3, Deira Close
An attractive Grade-II Listed double-fronted Georgian Townhouse, situated in a popular residential and leisure location within Derby City Centre. Currently converted to provide ground and first-floor offices and a self-contained, second-floor two-bedroomed apartment. Ideally suited for owner-occupation, conversion to a single residential unit, or multiple residential apartments.
York House, 3 George Street, Derby, DE1 1EH
Type: Residential, Offices, Leisure
3 George Street, DE1 1EHGBDerbyDerbyshireDE1 1EH3, George Street