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Lot number: 1
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Sold for £91,000
8.00 Acres of Land, Ely Road, Stretham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 3LW

An opportunity to acquire a parcel of arable land extending to 3.23 hectares (8.00 acres) situated in a strategic location adjacent to the A10 Cambridge Road at Stretham. The land is Grade 2 upon Defra’s Agricultural Land Classification Map and is described by the Soil Survey for England and Wales as belonging to the Evesham 3 Soil Association of which the soils are described as being slowly permeable calcareous clayey, and fine loamy over clayey soils. The land is currently in an arable rotation producing a good yields of winter cereals and oilseed rape. The land lies adjacent to the A10 Ely Road and has access from the same.

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Lot number: 2
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
19.01 Acres of Land, Cambridge Road, Stretham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 3LW

An opportunity to acquire a parcel of arable land extending to 7.69 hectares (19.01 acres) situated in a strategic location adjacent to the A10 Cambridge Road at Stretham. The land is Grade 3 upon Defra’s Agricultural Land Classification Map and is described by the Soil Survey for England and Wales as belonging to the Evesham 3 and Peacock Soil Associations of which the soils are described as being of varying soil types to include, calcareous, clay, clay loam and humose clay. The land has good road frontage and access on to the A10 Cambridge Road. Cropping History The land is currently in an arable rotation producing a good yields of winter cereals and oilseed rape. The most recent crops are: 2018 Winter Wheat, 2019 Winter Wheat, 2020 Oilseed Rape

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Lot number: 3
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Sold for £157,000
15.93 acres, Hale Road, Necton, Swaffham, Norfolk, IP25 7EA

An opportunity to acquire a single parcel of arable land extending to 6.45 hectares (15.93 acres) situated in a rural location near the village of Necton. The land is Grade 3 upon Defra’s Agricultural Land Classification Map and is described by the Soil Survey for England and Wales as belonging to the Beccles 2 Soil Association of which the soils are described as being slowly permeable calcareous clayey, and fine and coarse loamy over clayey soils. It is currently in an arable rotation and is cropped with oilseed rape for the 2020 harvest. The land lies adjacent to Hale Road and has access from Rams Lane and Black Drift, an unsurfaced highway on the south eastern boundary.

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Lot number: 4
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Hodsons Barn, 29 Hasse Road, Soham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5UW

Hodsons Barn offers a unique opportunity to acquire a development site in a rural setting, to the north of the thriving town of Soham, Cambridgeshire which is likely to appeal to self-build owner occupier and developer buyers. The site presently comprises two traditional barns fronting Hasse Road, situated either side of the entrance access with open yard area to the rear, more particularly described as: Timber frame barn (22.4m x 6.6m) under corrugated pitched roof and timber cladding. 2nd Timber frame barn (10.5 x 5.5m) under fibre cement pitched and hipped roof, with part brick walls and timber cladding; single storey brick side extension (9m x 4.2m) under pitched roof. Full planning consent was granted in 2018 for the demolition of the long barn with permission for the conversion and substantial extension of the remaining barn, under planning reference 18/00756/FUL. The site may also offer buyers scope to look at a revised scheme retaining both buildings, Subject to Planning. The approved scheme provides the following accommodation: Open-plan Kitchen/Dining room, Utility, Cloakroom, Study and Living Room. At first floor level there are a total of 4 Bedrooms and 4 Bathrooms in this well designed layout. Outside: The proposed dwelling features an integral garage and off-road parking; to the rear of the accommodation will be an enclosed garden. The rear and right hand side boundaries of the site are marked on the ground by a temporary metal post and white rope fence, for illustrative purposes.

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Lot number: 5
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Sold for £57,000
104 St. Helens Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 2LB

An end-terrace Grade II listed mixed-use property on the eastern side of Ipswich town centre, which is in need of updating and improvement, but offers an attractive investment opportunity. The deceptively spacious end-terrace property is understood to date from the 17th century and is of part timber frame and part brick construction, beneath a predominantly pitched tiled roof, with a single storey extension to the rear under a single pitched corrugated sheet roof. The property fronts the busy arterial route of St Helen's Street, with the accommodation comprising: Ground floor: Retail Area (3.43m x 8.56m) with display window, concrete floor, stairs to first floor, Kitchenette Area with MDF base units and stainless steel sink; Rear Store Room (8.9m x 2.7m) with fitted carpet, radiator and fire door to side passage; Cloak Room with white WC and sink; Shower Room with tiled shower cubicle. First floor: A small Landing gives access to Front Room (4.7m x 2.96m) with fitted carpet, single glazed window to front and blocked fireplace; Rear Room (3.5m x 3.5m) with fitted carpet and single glazed window to rear. The gross internal floor area of the property is approximately 94.93m² (1,021ft²). The property is in need of some refurbishment, with the rear store area in particular requiring upgrading, but the property presents a good opportunity for an investor buyer or owner occupier alike.

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Lot number: 6
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
14 Main Street, Littleport, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 1PJ

The building is a two storey, retail property of brick construction under a pitched tiled roof.The ground floor retail unit provides a glazed frontage on to Main Street. The first floor, which is accessed separately, has been used for storage purposes in connection with the shop. The property comprises a ground floor retail space of 80.10m² (862ft²) and a first floor area of 68m² (732ft²). It is considered that the property offers scope for redevelopment of the first floor, subject to planning.

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Lot number: 7
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38/39 High Street, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 1BJ

A wonderful opportunity to purchase a prominent 3 storey commercial building in the heart of the popular market town of King's Lynn, Norfolk. The accommodation is arranged over 3 storeys and is fully let to Vision Express. The building is ideally located close to a number of prime retailers, such as the recently opened Loungers, Primark, O2, Boots, Dorothy Perkins, Greggs, Barclays, Starbucks, Subway and Costa, with high rates of passing foot traffic. The ground floor features a main retail and reception area, as well as examination rooms, office and cloakrooms. The first floor features storage areas, kitchen/break room, along with workshop and lab areas. The second floor has 4 storage rooms which retain the original timber board floors and emulsion to walls and ceilings. The property has fire exit/access to the rear, which lead to a service area off White Lion Court. The property has a total internal area of approx. 4774ft².

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Lot number: 8
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Sold for £185,000
54 & 54A High Street, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1AA

A wonderful opportunity to purchase a recently converted mid-terraced property of brick elevations beneath pitched roof, in the heart of the popular market town of Ramsey. The high quality conversion features a pair of two bedroom flats, as follows: Ground Floor Flat (known as number 54) has; Living Room with storage cupboards; Kitchen with a range of modern MDF base and wall units with grey high-gloss doors and granite effect worktops; Two Bedrooms; Bathroom with laminate flooring and part-tiled walls and a modern white wash hand basin and bath with overhead shower; Cloakroom with laminate flooring and a modern white WC and wash hand basin. A rear lobby provides rear access to a small courtyard/bin store area. GIA 65sqm. The First Floor Flat (known as 54A) is accessed via an external staircase to the rear of the building and features: large Sitting Room with exposed timber beams; Two large Bedrooms, each with fitted carpet and radiator; Kitchen with modern MDF base and wall units with grey gloss doors and plain white worktops; Bathroom with tiled floor and walls and a modern white WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead shower. GIA 76sqm. The ground floor flat has mains electricity, water and drainage connected and is heated by a range of modern electric radiators. The first floor flat benefits from a gas fired central heating system.

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Lot number: 9
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Sold for £197,000
57 East Fen Common, Soham, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5JJ

A rare opportunity to acquire a detached house with picturesque views over East Fen Common towards Soham. The property requires a comprehensive scheme of renovation and refurbishment, but may also lend itself to replacement with a new dwelling, subject to planning consent, and therefore offers a fantastic project for buyers and investors alike. The existing two storey house is of a brick construction with a pitched tiled roof, and there are two single storey off-shoots attached to the rear of the main house. The house has a total gross external floor area of approximately 132.22 square metres (1423 square feet) which sits within a generous plot of circa 0.24acres. We understand that the property has been uninhabited for in excess of 10 years and there is now evidence of structural decline. The property has not been internally inspected by the auctioneer.

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