Offered to the market with no onward chain, priced to sell at auction.
Situated on the outskirts of town, this property presents a unique opportunity as it combines a large house and a separate cottage, now consolidated into one title. Originally believed to date back to 1801, this substantial detached house offers versatile accommodation, making it an ideal choice for larger families. Moreover, there is great potential for generating rental income by letting part of the property on a long-term basis or for holiday use.
The property was formerly a registered care home but is now deregulated, making it suitable for various uses. It boasts upwards of seven bedrooms, and there is potential to create self-contained living spaces on the first and second floors. Additionally, there is an attached self-contained two-bedroom annexe, providing even more flexible living options.
Throughout the property, many rooms retain their character charm, with ornate coving adding to the unique appeal. Double glazing has been installed in all rooms except one, ensuring energy efficiency. The property is efficiently heated through gas-fired boilers.
Outside, the front of the property offers ample parking space, while the low-maintenance garden provides an inviting atmosphere. Towards the rear, there is a courtyard that grants access to a walled, predominantly lawned garden. An exciting prospect exists here, as planning permission is in place for a detached three-bedroom bungalow.
Rarely does a property of this caliber and size become available in the market. Moreover, the added benefit of a smooth transaction is assured, as the property is being sold with no onward chain. This unique and impressive dwelling is truly a remarkable find for those seeking spacious, adaptable living spaces and investment opportunities alike.
The sale of this property will take place on the stated date by way of Auction Event and is being sold as Unconditional with Variable Fee (England and Wales).
Binding contracts of sale will be exchanged at the point of sale.
All sales are subject to SDL Property Auctions Buyers Terms. Properties located in Scotland will be subject to applicable Scottish law.
Auction Deposit and Fees
The following deposits and non- refundable auctioneers fees apply:
• 5% deposit (subject to a minimum of £5,000)
• Buyers Fee of 4.8% of the purchase price for properties sold for up to £250,000, or 3.6% of the purchase price for properties sold for over £250,000 (in all cases, subject to a minimum of £6,000 inc. VAT). For worked examples please refer to the Auction Conduct Guide.
The Buyers Fee does not contribute to the purchase price, however it will be taken into account when calculating the Stamp Duty Land Tax for the property (known as Land and Buildings Transaction Tax for properties located in Scotland), because it forms part of the chargeable consideration for the property.
There may be additional fees listed in the Special Conditions of Sale, which will be available to view within the Legal Pack. You must read the Legal Pack carefully before bidding.
For full details about all auction methods and sale types please refer to the Auction Conduct Guide which can be viewed on the SDL Property Auctions home page.
This guide includes details on the auction registration process, your payment obligations and how to view the Legal Pack (and any applicable Home Report for residential Scottish properties).
Guide Price & Reserve Price
Each property sold is subject to a Reserve Price. The Reserve Price will be within + or – 10% of the Guide Price. The Guide Price is issued solely as a guide so that a buyer can consider whether or not to pursue their interest. A full definition can be found within the Buyers Terms.
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