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Lot number: 1
Result
Sold for £160,000
Littleport Boat Haven, Lynn Road, Littleport, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 1QG

Littleport Boat Haven provides an opportunity to acquire a marine investment comprising water inlet, land and buildings extending in total to 0.60acres (0.24 hectares) or thereabouts, with access on to the River Great Ouse in an area popular with marine craft. The property comprises a half width of an inlet of water on the River Great Ouse forming The Docks, Littleport and is offered with the South bank and dock head, which includes an area of hard surfaced car parking and concrete slipway, as well as accommodating a workshop building of approximately 50m² (540 ft²). The South bank provides moorings for circa 17 vessels and forms a long finger of land which extends approx. 200 metres from the dock head to the River Great Ouse with frontage to the river of approximately 35 metres. At the time of preparing these details, 17 boats were moored along the bank. The boats moored are subject to a licence arrangement, with boat owners paying a rent of circa £30 per foot of boat length and the total income for the property is circa £13,500 per annum. Please see legal pack for more information.

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Lot number: 2
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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: 3
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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, stainless steel sink and Potterton boiler; 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: 4
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Sold for £150,000
Former Bethel Mission Hall, Victoria Road, Diss, Norfolk, IP22 4HZ

A unique opportunity to purchase a former church building which has recently been granted outline planning consent for the demolition of the existing buildings and erection of 2 dwellings, together with associated works. The level site, which totals 0.21 acres, enjoys direct frontage to Victoria Road and currently houses a detached former church building which dates from the early 1940's of timber frame construction with prefabricated walls beneath a pitched corrugated sheet roof. The majority of the grounds are laid to shingle, with a brick paved path to the current building, and areas of grass to the rear. The property offers a wonderful development opportunity with the chance to create a pair of detached dwellings, close to the centre of the popular Suffolk market town of Diss.

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Lot number: 5
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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: 6
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Hall Farm Barn, Church Lane, Freckenham, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP28 8JF

A chance to acquire an attractive brick and flint barn under a pitched roof, in an edge-of-village location with countryside views to the south and east. Hall Farm Barn benefits from full planning consent for conversion to a pair of 3 bedroom dwellings of approximately 184.58m² (1987ft²) each, thereby giving a total developable area of 369.16m² (3974ft²). Each of the barns will feature the following accommodation: Ground floor: Open-plan Living and Dining area; Kitchen/Breakfast Room; Cloakroom. First Floor: 3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms. Full details of the planning application can be found on West Suffolk District Council's planning portal (www.planning.westsuffolk.gov.uk) with planning reference: DC/17/2570/FUL. In addition to the proposed accommodation, the property benefits from outbuildings to the front, whilst to the rear there are generous gardens which overlook open countryside.

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Lot number: 7
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Sold for £164,000
59 Begwary Close, Eaton Socon, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 8PZ

An excellent chance to acquire a 2 bedroom house occupying an irregular shaped corner plot, in a popular residential area approximately 1 mile from St Neots. The house is in need of updating/refurbishment and may lend itself to extension (STP), and therefore offers a wonderful opportunity to owner occupiers and investor buyers alike. The property appears to date from the 1980's and is of brick cavity and part rendered construction beneath a pitched tiled roof with the internal accommodation comprising: Ground floor: Entrance; Kitchen; Lounge. First floor: Landing; Bedroom 1; Bedroom 2; Bathroom. There are gas heaters and wall-mounted heaters within the property, but these are in need of replacement with a suitable equivalent. The gross internal floor area of the property is approximately 60m². Outside: The house occupies an irregular shaped plot with a larger than average enclosed garden to the rear. There is also a small open garden to the front, which overlooks a public open space. No. 59 also benefits from a garage and allocated parking space. The property presents an ideal opportunity for an owner occupier or investor to carry out internal refurbishment works, extend and add value to the property.

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Lot number: 8
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1 The Bungalow, Little Barford, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6YE

An opportunity to purchase a detached residential dwelling towards the southern end of the hamlet of Little Barford. The cottage is of timber frame and render construction beneath a predominantly pitched thatch roof, with a modern single pitched roof covering the rear brick extension. The accommodation of No. 1 can be summarised as: 2 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Bathroom, Utility and Lobby Area. The property has a gross internal area of approx. 103m². The generous plot measures approximately 0.15 acres. It is understood that the property dates from the 18th century and may once have featured living accommodation within the attic rooms, hence the dormer window to the front. There is vehicular access to the side of the house which leads to a shingle parking area and enclosed garden to the rear, all of which enjoys parkland views to the rear of the property. A shared rear access benefits the property via a track across the adjacent parkland (see legal pack). The property has been successfully let over a number of years, and has benefited from some maintenance, however the accommodation is now in need of upgrading/refurbishment. The flexible accommodation may offer investors/developers a chance to add value during the refurbishment process.

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Lot number: 9
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2, 3 & 4 The Bungalows, Little Barford, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6YE

A unique opportunity to purchase a terrace of 3 Grade II Listed residential properties located on the southern outskirts of the hamlet of Little Barford. Nos. 2, 3 & 4 The Bungalows are of timber frame and render construction beneath a pitched thatch roof, each with a more modern brick built extension to the rear under single pitch felt roofs. The accommodation of the various properties can briefly be summarised as follows: No. 2: an end-terrace, single storey dwelling with 3 Bedrooms; 2 Receptions; Utility Room; Kitchen; Bathroom. Gross internal area of 104m² (1,119ft²). No. 3: A mid-terrace single storey dwelling with 2 Bedrooms; Sitting Room; Kitchen; Bathroom. Gross internal area of 65m² (699ft²). No. 4: An end-terrace, single storey dwelling with 3 Bedrooms; Sitting Room; Kitchen/Breakfast Room; Utility Room; Bathroom. Gross internal area of 83m² (893ft²). Each property enjoys a generous garden to the rear, mainly laid to lawn with small brick outbuilding, and each also benefits from an allocated parking area to the rear of their garden. The parking is accessed via an unmade track which crosses the adjacent parkland, and over which each property has a right of access for residential purposes (see legal pack). The terrace of properties are understood to have once featured first floor attic rooms, hence the eyebrow dormer windows to the front, whilst their sale as a single lot presents buyers with a wonderful opportunity to refurbish/renovate these iconic properties.

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Lot number: 10
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Sold for £392,000
The Victoria, 52 Ouse Walk, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3QW

An opportunity to acquire the former Victoria public house which is situated in one of the most desirable parts of Huntingdon town centre. The pub, which was previously referred to as "the village pub in town" overlooks the attractive Victoria Square, with the prominent building being of brick construction beneath a predominantly pitched slate roof. The substantial building has recently received planning permission to convert the building into 5 apartments (3 x 1 bed and 2 x 2 bed). Full details of the well designed scheme can be seen under planning reference 19/00526/FUL. The stylish flats have been cleverly designed to fit within the current building envelope, with minimal alteration to the current structure. The various apartments feature open plan kitchen and living areas, good sized bedrooms and a mixture of bath and shower rooms. The total developable area is approximately 226m² (2,435ft²). There is a small area of outside space to the left hand side of the building for storage and bins, and a pedestrian right of way to the rear. The property offers buyers a wonderful chance to create well appointed apartments in this highly sough after location.

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Lot number: 11
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
62 High Street, Ramsey, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE26 1AA

An opportunity to acquire a deceptively large mixed-use property in the heart of Ramsey town centre. The building is predominantly of brick construction beneath pitched roof, but with a substantial flat roof to the rear. It has recently been used by a charity shop who occupied the ground floor retail space, whilst the first and second floors of the property were last used as a self contained flat. The property is now in need complete refurbishment as part of the approved planning scheme. The property has a current gross internal area of approximately 516m² (5,552ft²) Planning permission was granted on the 21st February 2019 for the conversion of the existing shop to 2 self contained shops, conversion of the existing ground floor offices to a one bedroom flat, and the demolition of the existing flat roof extension to the rear with extensions and alterations to form 4 No. further 1 and 2 bedroom flats to the rear. To the rear of the existing building is a generous yard which is accessed via Great Whyte. Full details of the approved scheme can be found on Huntingdonshire District Council website: 17/02196/FUL. Auctioneers Note The area immediately above the shops did not form part of the above application and has been most recently used as a self-contained flat, having previously been granted planning permission for 3 flats as part of planning application ref: 0702281FUL. The permission was granted on the 26th March 2008. Some works were undertaken following the 2008 permission, but it is believed that this earlier planning permission has since lapsed. There may be scope for a purchaser to combine the schemes (STP) or make a new application for the space above the front retail unit.

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Lot number: 12
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Sold after auction for an undisclosed amount
46 Parsonage Lane, Burwell, Cambridge, CB25 0EN

A 3 bedroom detached house in a central village location, which is in need of renovation and some structural repair, presents an ideal opportunity to developers and owner occupiers alike. The detached house is of brick cavity construction beneath a predominantly pitched tiled roof, with the internal accommodation comprising: Ground floor: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with radiator, gas fire and patio doors leading to; Conservatory with French doors to garden; Kitchen/Dining Room with a range of fitted base and wall units, plumbing for white goods and gas hob. First floor: Landing giving access to; Bedroom 1 with radiator and fitted wardrobe; Bedroom 2 with radiator, cupboard housing gas fired boiler; Bedroom 3 with radiator; Bathroom with WC, wash hand basin and bath with shower attachment. The gross internal floor area is 117.5m² Outside: There is a generous frontage with off road parking for 2 vehicles and an are of lawn. To the rear is an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn, with paved area and mature flower beds. There is a single garage with up-and-over door attached to the left hand side of the property. The garage has suffered some structural movement and therefore requires significant structural repair or demolition and replacement. The required remedial works and need for internal updating offer purchasers a chance to tailor the property to their tastes and standards, or even re-order the layout.

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Lot number: 13
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
24 St. Edmunds Lane, Great Dunmow, Essex, CM6 2AJ

An excellent opportunity to purchase a 3 bed semi-detached house on the edge of the town, which is in need of updating/refurbishment and is therefore likely to be of interest to investors and owner occupiers alike. The property is of brick cavity construction beneath a pitched tiled roof and lies in the heart of a residential area close to the edge of the town. The internal accommodation comprises: Ground floor: Entrance Hall with double glazed door and window, and stairs to first floor; Sitting Room (3.8m x 3.92m) with double glazed sliding door to rear garden, radiator and blocked fireplace; Kitchen (1.7m x 3.1m) with a range of MDF base and wall units and double glazed window; Dining Room (3.1m x 3.7m) with dual aspect double glazed windows; Cloakroom with high cistern WC; Utility Area (1.8m x 2.3m) with gas boiler; Store Cupboard area. First floor: Central Landing gives access to 3 bedrooms, each with storage cupboards and double glazed windows; Bathroom with white WC, wash hand basin and bath. The gross internal area is approximately 93m²(1,000ft²). Outside: The property has a generous frontage that provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles and a path to the front door. To the rear, the garden is laid to lawn and surrounded by feather-edge fencing. The property is in need of internal updating and general refurbishment, and may lend itself to re-ordering of the accommodation (STP).

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Lot number: 14
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Sold for £150,000
38 Cameron Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB4 2LY

A mid-terrace 3 bedroom house, of Calder timber frame construction, situated in the Kings Hedges area of Cambridge, approx. one mile north of the historic core of the city, and close to Cambridge North train station. The property offers the following accommodation: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall with fitted carpet, radiator, UPVC double glazed window and door; Cloakroom with laminate floor, radiator and white WC and wash hand basin; Kitchen with lino flooring and a range of MDF base and wall units, stainless steel sink, and dual aspect double glazed windows; Dining Area with a door to rear garden; Sitting Area with dual aspect double glazed windows. First floor: Central landing gives access to 3 Bedrooms each with double glazed windows and radiators; Family Bathroom with lino flooring , radiator, white WC, wash hand basin and bath and double glazed window. The gross internal floor area of the property is approximately 86m² (925ft²). The house benefits from a modern gas fired central heating system. EPC - D. Outside: There is a modest frontage with path to front door. To the rear is an enclosed rear garden mainly paved with separate rear access. Parking is available to the front of the property. The property is of Calder build construction which is a non-standard construction method. The property is therefore suited to a cash purchaser. The house would benefit from updating and improvement, and therefore presents an enticing proposition for an investor, landlord, developer or owner occupier.

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Lot number: 15
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2 The Homing, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8SD

A wonderful chance to acquire a semi-detached house on the eastern side of Cambridge city centre. The property offers some scope for cosmetic refurbishment and is likely to appeal to owner occupiers and investors alike. The property is understood to date from the early part of the 20th Century and is of brick construction with textured rendered walls, beneath a predominantly pitched tile roof. The internal accommodation can briefly be described as: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall with double glazed window and stairs to first floor; Sitting Room with bay window to front, fitted carpet, radiator and opens into; Kitchen/Breakfast Room with lino flooring, a range of wood and MDF base and wall units and ceramic sink and drainer; Rear Reception/Bedroom with lino flooring, window to side and double doors to rear garden. First Floor: Central Landing gives access to Bedroom 1, double bedroom with bay window to front, fitted carpet, radiator and blocked fireplace; Bedroom 2 with fitted carpet and double glazed window to rear; Bedroom 3 with laminate flooring and double glazed window to rear; Family Bathroom with laminate flooring and a white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead electric shower. The gross internal floor area is approximately 74m² (795ft²) The property has a modest frontage with off-road parking, whilst to the rear there is a long garden which is predominantly laid to lawn and has boundary fences. The house functions well as family home and would therefore be ideal for an owner occupier or an investor purchase, while the required cosmetic upgrades offer the potential to add value.

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Lot number: 16
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
214 High Street, Cottenham, Cambridge, CB24 8RZ

An opportunity to purchase a substantial 4 bed house which is understood to have been in the same family ownership for approximately 100 years. The house and outbuildings offer the chance to refurbish a prominent Grade II listed property to a high standard, with the potential for home office or annexe accommodation STP. The accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Living Room with door from High Street and fireplace Dining Room with pine board flooring and sash window; Family Room with a range of fitted cupboards; Kitchen with modern MDF base and wall units; Rear Lobby. First Floor: Central landing gives access to; Bedroom 1 with a pair of sash windows and fitted cupboards; Bedroom 2 with wood flooring, sash window and a range of fitted wardrobes; Bedroom 3 with wood floor and dual aspect single glazed windows and built in cupboards; Bedroom 4 with shower cubicle, plumbing for sink and cupboard housing modern boiler; Family Bathroom with white WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead electric shower. Attached to the rear of the property are 4 rooms within outbuildings, including; Room 1 with door to side and cast iron fireplace; Room 2 with fitted carpet, door to side and incorporating a Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin; Room 3 with high ceiling and a pair of Velux windows; Room 4 with tiled floor, Velux window and door to side. The house requires general updating and some repair following a water leak, but offers the chance to create a comfortable village home. The gross internal area of the accommodation (including the outbuilding rooms) is 189m² (2029ft²) Outside: A shingle driveway to the left hand side of the property gives access to a rear parking area with space for 2 cars. There is also a garden to the rear of the property which is enclosed by a new timber fence.

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Lot number: 17
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46 Woodfields, Stansted, Essex, CM24 8AR

An opportunity to purchase a 2 bedroom house close to the centre of the popular village of Stansted Mountfitchet. The attractive mid-terrace property is of part timber frame, part brick construction beneath a pitched slate covered roof, with a small area of flat roof to the rear, and features the following internal layout: Ground floor: Sitting Room (3.61m x 3.81m) with fitted carpet, decorative cast iron fireplace, UPVC double glazed windows and door and radiator; Kitchen (3.48m x 2.97m min plus recess) with lino flooring and a range of MDF base and wall units and double glazed window; Lobby with door to rear garden and cupboard housing a modern Vaillant Ecotech gas boiler; Bathroom with lino flooring, timber frame windows and modern white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead shower. First floor: Bedroom 1 (3.8m x 3.63m) with fitted carpet, radiator and double glazed window; Bedroom 2 (3.5m x 2.99m) with fitted carpet, radiator and UPVC double glazed window. The gross internal floor area of the property is approximately 63m² (678ft²) The property has a modest frontage with steps leading to the front door. To the rear is a garden which is laid to part natural/part synthetic grass. A rear gate gives access to a single allocated parking space, which is accessed via Woodfield Terrace. The property appears to be in generally good order but may benefit from some cosmetic redecoration. It is understood that the property was recently let at a rent of £825pcm, but it is considered that there could be some rental growth following redecoration of the property, and therefore offers an attractive investment opportunity.

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Lot number: 18
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
9 Bridge Street, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 1BS

A charming two bedroom Grade II Listed period cottage which is located within walking distance of the market square and local amenities, presenting an ideal investment opportunity. The accommodation is arranged over four floors, enjoying a wealth of period features including exposed beams and feature redbrick fireplaces. The internal accommodation comprises: Ground Floor: Entrance Hall with door from Bridge Street; Sitting Room with exposed brick fireplace, window to front and stairs to first floor; Kitchen with new base units, built in oven, ceramic hob and dishwasher, and window and door to rear pedestrian access. Basement: With window to front and exposed brickwork. First Floor: Landing; Bathroom with modern 3-piece suite; Bedroom 2. Second Floor: Bedroom 1 with loft hatch. The property has been recently refurbished, including full rewiring, re-carpeting, new kitchen and boiler, and fully decorated internally and externally. The house is therefore likely to appeal to potential investors and owner occupiers.

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Lot number: 19
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Jessamine House, Taylors Lane, Buckden, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5UW

A wonderful chance to purchase a substantial 4 bed house of brick cavity and rendered elevations, beneath a pitched tiled roof. The house is in need of internal refurbishment and would therefore make an ideal purchase for investors, developers or owner occupiers alike. The substantial accommodation includes: Ground floor: Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor; L-shaped Sitting Room with dual aspect windows and sliding doors to front, open fireplace; Study with single glazed window and radiator; Cloakroom with white WC and wash hand basin; Games Room/Snug with dual aspect windows and radiator; Kitchen with a range of wood and MDF base and wall units and Pantry area; Utility Room with modern MDF base and wall units. First floor: Central landing gives access to a total of 4 generous Bedrooms; Family Bathroom with wash hand basin and bath; Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. The gross internal area (excluding outbuildings) is approx. 180m²(1,938ft²) To the rear of the property there are external stores and a substantial triple garage complex of brick construction under a flat roof. The generous plot totals approximately 0.65 acres and is predominantly laid to lawn, with the majority of the grounds to the front of the accommodation. The substantial house, which is set back from the public highway, is in need of updating/refurbishment works, but present purchasers with an ideal opportunity to create a spectacular residence in a rural location.

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