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Lot number: 1
Result
Sold for £52,500
3.66 acres of land off Wisbech Road, Walpole St Andrews, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE14 7HJ

An opportunity to acquire a single parcel of arable land extending to 1.48 hectares (3.66 acres) situated in a rural location near the village of Walpole St Andrew. The land is Grade 1 upon Defra’s Agricultural Land Classification Map and is described by the Soil Survey for England and Wales as belonging to the Blacktoft Soil Association of which the soils are described as being deep stoneless permeable calcareous fine and coarse silty soils. The land is currently in an arable rotation and is cropped with wheat for the 2020 harvest. The land lies adjacent to Wisbech Road and has access from the same.

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Lot number: 2
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0.115 acres of woodland, Water End, Ashdon, Essex, CB10 2NA

An opportunity to acquire a small parcel of land located at Water End, Ashdon, extending to approx. 0.115 acres (0.047 hectares), situated in the North Essex countryside. The land lies adjacent to agricultural land and opposite a residential dwelling, and is accessible via an unmade lane off from Water End Lane, via a recently cleared entrance that provides two parking spaces and timber five-bar gate.

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Lot number: 3
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Land at Pools Road, Witchford, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB6 2JL

An opportunity to acquire a parcel of grassland extending to 5.71 hectares (14.11 acres) situated off Pools Road, near to the village of Witchford. 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 Hanslope Soil Association of which the soils are described as being slowly permeable calcareous clayey soils. The land is permanent pasture and in recent years has been used to graze cattle and cropped for hay. The boundaries are demarked by established mixed species hedgerows and post and wire fencing. The land has good road frontage and direct access from Pools Road. A mains water supply is connected.

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Lot number: 4
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Sold for £161,000
13.68 acres of Land at Eastmoor Lane, Doddington, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 0SZ

An opportunity to acquire a parcel of agricultural land extending to 13.68 acres (5.54 hectares) situated in a strategic edge of village location to the south of Eastmoor Lane, Doddington. The land is in an arable rotation and 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 Peacock Soil Association of which the soils are described as being deep humose calcareous clayey and non-calcareous fine loamy over clayey soils with some peat soils. Cropping History The land is currently in an arable rotation producing good yields of winter cereals. The most recent crops are: 2020 Millet, 2019 W. Wheat, 2018 W. Wheat, 2017 W. Barley

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Lot number: 5
Result
Sold for £150,000
21A Broad Street, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 8TP

A chance to purchase an attractive 3 storey building on the eastern side of Broad Street in the heart of the popular Fenland market town of March. The property features a retail sales area on ground floor level with 7.6m frontage and large shop display window. There is also a lobby with stairs to first floor, and access to the Cellar, which has reduced head height but offers extra storage space. At first floor level is landing with fire escape door to rear. There is a large Store Room (4.6m x 5.15m) with windows to front; Office (2.07m x 4.74m) with window to front; Staff Room with kitchenette, water heater and window to rear; Cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. At second floor level a landing gives access to 3 further ancillary rooms with windows variously to front and rear. The property has an approximate gross internal area of 190m² (2,046ft²). EPC Rating - D The property offers a good opportunity to an investor or owner occupier, and may lend itself to alternate uses STP.

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Lot number: 6
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Unsold, but is available at £175,000
20-26 Hill Street, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, PE13 1BA

A wonderful opportunity to purchase an attractive and notable property, in the heart of the Fenland market town of Wisbech. The building has been in family ownership for a number of years, and currently trades as a toy shop. However, it is considered that the property may be a potential for mixed-use development, STP. The ground floor retail space can be occupied as one or split to form up to three self contained areas, while the upper floors provide further potential to add value. There is a service yard located to the rear pf the property, on New Bell Lane.

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Lot number: 7
Result
Sold for £422,000
7 Whitehorse Street, Baldock, Hertfordshire, SG7 6PX

The property comprises a prominent 4 storey mixed use property, of brick walls beneath a part pitched and part flat roof, located in the heart of the north Hertfordshire town of Baldock. At ground floor, there is a takeaway trading area with large display window frontage, behind which is a substantial commercial kitchen, 2 cloakrooms and a lobby area with rear pedestrian access. Beneath the ground floor is a full-height basement, which is used for the storage and preparation of food. The first floor accommodation is accessed by a separate door to the rear of the building (12a) off Sun Street. A staircase leads to a central landing area, which in turn gives access to: Living Area with laminate flooring, a range of dated MDF base and wall units, stainless steel sink, gas boiler; Shower Room with old white WC, wash hand basin and shower; Bedroom with laminate flooring; Kitchen with laminate flooring and a range of MDF base and wall units, and stainless steel sink; Bathroom with old white WC, wash hand basin and bath. It is understood that at second floor level there is a further living/bedroom and a Shower Room. Please note that the second floor accommodation has not been been inspected by the auctioneers.

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Lot number: 8
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20 White Lion Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1PX

A wonderful opportunity to purchase a prominent commercial building in the heart of the thriving city of Norwich, Norfolk. The accommodation is arranged over 3 storeys with a further basement and is fully let to Moss Bros Group Plc. The Grade II Listed building is ideally located close to a number of prime retailers such as Bills, Game, Holland & Barrett, Greggs, SpecSavers, Primark, Santander, Five Guys and the Castle Quarter retail centre. The ground floor of the property boasts a substantial sales area with large window frontage. The sales area (including stairs, fitting rooms and window beds) is 145m², with a further 21m² of off sales area. Beneath the ground floor is a cellar which offers further storage space. The first floor level is predominantly open plan and very well lit, featuring a central sales area with fitting rooms, and a further divided stock room. The sales area (including stairs and fitting rooms) is 115m², with a further 28m² of off sales area. At second floor level, there are 2/3 ancillary stockrooms, an office, a kitchen/staffroom and cloakrooms. The second floor area (including central atrium) is 143m². There is side access to a service walkway. The building may have longer term potential for alternative uses STP.

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Lot number: 9
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30 - 32 High Street, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 8LB

The property comprises a four-storey building of brick construction which is rendered externally beneath a pitched and flat tile roof. The property is split into three parts with the ground floor let to The Little Beauty Box beauty salon and The Lancer Indian restaurant who also occupy the entire first floor which includes a residential flat. The second and third floors provide vacant office accommodation which are accessed via an entrance off the High Street.

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Lot number: 10
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Sold for £295,000
Courtney Memorial Hall, The Square, Aspley Guise, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK17 8DG

A rare opportunity to purchase a former Chapel in the heart of the popular and desirable village of Aspley Guise. The Chapel was originally constructed in 1842 as a school, and features traditional brick walls beneath a decorative pitched tiled roof. Inside the property, the Chapel features the following accommodation: Main hall area (6.45m x 12.3m) with triple aspect windows and vaulted panelled ceiling; Office Room (3.06m x 2.91m) with part panelled walls and window; Ancillary Room/Lobby (3.39m x 3.08m); Kitchen with a single base unit, butler-style sink and doors to front and rear; Cloakroom with WC and sink. The property has a gross internal floor area of approximately 106m² (excluding outhouses). The Chapel has not been in regular use for a number of years and requires basic repairs for its existing use or more extensive works as part of a conversion project, making it an ideal investment/development opportunity STP. Outisde: To the rear are 2 outhouse stores which are in poor condition. The property is not listed but lies within the village conservation area. There is off-road car parking and a garden area to the rear of the building. The total plot is approximately 0.11 acres. It is considered that there may be some scope for change of use/conversion and it is recommended that interested parties make inquiries of the local planning authority in this regard.

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Lot number: 11
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
6 Horn Book, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB11 3JN

A wonderful opportunity to acquire a purpose 2 bedroom ground floor flat in a popular development, close to the town centre. The purpose built 3 storey block has a communal entrance hall with intercom system, which leads to the entrance door of No. 6, with the private accommodation comprising: Entrance hallway with fitted carpet and emulsion to walls and ceiling; Living Room with fitted carpet, dual aspect double glazed windows, electric radiator; Kitchen with fitted carpet, double glazed window and a range of fitted base and eye level units, stainless steel sink and drainer, tiled splash backs and cupboard housing hot water cylinder; Bedroom 1 with fitted carpet, double glazed window and electric radiator; Bedroom 2 with fitted carpet, double glazed window and electric radiator; Bathroom with fitted carpet and modern white suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with overhead shower, part tiled walls and double glazed window. The property has been very well maintained and is neutrally decorated throughout. Outside there are some modest communal garden, with a shared parking area to the left hand side of the building. The property presents an ideal opportunity for an owner occupier or investor buyer. Gross internal area: 53 sqm. EPC rating: D

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Lot number: 12
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
116 King James Way, Royston, Hertfordshire, SG8 7EF

A well located 2 bedroom, ground floor flat in a purpose built block of similar properties, which date from the 1980's, just a short walk from the town centre and train station. The flat is situated in the heart of an established residential development in Royston town centre and boasts the following accommodation: A Communal Entrance to the block leads to; Entrance hall with fitted carpet and 2 storage cupboards; Sitting Room (4.5m x 3.1m) with fitted carpet, radiator and window to front; Kitchen with lino flooring and a range of modern MDF base and wall units, stainless steel sink, fridge/freezer and washing machine, along with Worcester combi-boiler; Bedroom 1 (3.06m x 3.09m) with fitted carpet, radiator, fitted wardrobes and window to rear; Bedroom 2 (2.8m x 2.5m max) with fitted carpet, radiator, window and door to garden; Bathroom with lino flooring, radiator and suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath with over-head electric shower. The gross internal area of the property is 49m² (525ft²) EPC - C Outside: The flat benefits from a private garden (6m x 6.4m) which features an area of paving, a small lawn area and beds to the parameter, all of which are enclosed by mature hedges. The property has a communal parking area to the right hand side of the block. 116 King James Way presents an ideal opportunity for an owner occupier or investor buyer, with the ability to add value with internal updating and lease extension.

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Lot number: 13
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Sold for £212,000
34 Bramley Way, Hardwick, Hardwick, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB23 7XE

A 3 bed semi-detached house, which is understood to date from 1976, of brick cavity construction beneath a pitched tiled roof, in a popular cul-de-sac location. The house is in need of complete refurbishment and repair following water and fire damage, but provides a wonderful project for a potential buyer. The internal accommodation comprises: Ground floor: Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor; Sitting Room (3.99m x 4.47m) with old gas fire and window to front; Dining Area (2.6m x 2.7m) with window to rear; Kitchen with a single base unit, stainless steel sink and with window and door to rear. First floor: Landing with airing cupboard; 3 Bedrooms; Bathroom with pink WC, wash hand basin and bath. The Gross Internal Area of the house is 74m². Outside: There is off road parking space for 2 cars to the front, which also leads to an attached single garage. To the rear is an enclosed garden which is in need of clearance and reseeding. The accommodation has been damaged by water, most notably affecting the first floor joists and floor timbers, as well as the ceiling coverings at ground floor level. Furthermore, there is smoke damage to the majority of the rooms in the first floor of the property. The garage is also very dilapidated and requires a new roof and part of the rear elevation requires replacement. The property presents an opportunity for an buyer to completely refurbish the accommodation and add value to the property.

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Lot number: 14
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Sold prior to auction, for an undisclosed amount
Honey Horsefield Cottage, Valley Wash, Hundon, Sudbury, Suffolk, CO10 8EJ

A wonderful chance to acquire a beautiful example of a Grade II Listed thatch cottage, situated in an idyllic spot overlooking horse paddocks to the side. The property is in need of some repair and refurbishment and therefore offers a wonderful chance to owner occupiers or investors alike. Honey Horsefield Cottage has a thatched roof over predominantly timber elevations with attractive pink render. The internal accommodation comprises: Ground floor: Entrance hall with cast iron spiral staircase to first floor; Bathroom with freestanding, claw foot, roll top bath, WC, wash hand basin and window to side; Lounge (4.7m x 2.67m) with inglenook fireplace and log burner, exposed ceiling and wall timbers and windows to front and rear; Kitchen (4.17m x 2.67m) with country style base units, exposed red brick wall, wall and ceiling timbers, door and window to front and stairs to Bedroom 2/Landing. First Floor: Bedroom 1 (3.45m x 2.62m) with exposed timbers, red brick chimney breast, storage cupboard and window to front; Bedroom 2/Landing (2.74m x 2.13m) with window to side; Study with reduced head height and accessed via a separate staircase. The property sits in the centre of its plot with gardens to the front and rear, mainly laid to lawn, but with mature perimeter beds. The property is in need of some internal updating/refurbishment, and also requires strengthening of some of the roof timbers beneath the thatch covering.

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Lot number: 15
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Sold for £412,000
11 Wetenhall Road, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 3AG

An excellent chance to acquire an end of terrace 3 bedroom house in a desirable city location. The house is in need of complete refurbishment and may lend itself to extension (STP), and therefore offers a wonderful opportunity to owner occupies and investment buyers alike. The property dates from the turn of the 20th century and is of solid brick construction beneath a pitched slate covered roof with the internal accommodation comprising: Ground floor: Entrance Hall with timber board flooring; Sitting Room with bay window and timber frame sash window; Dining Room with timber board floor, gas fire and window to rear; Breakfast Room with sash window; Kitchen with a range of base and wall units, stainless steel sink and door to garden; Cloakroom with white WC and grey wash hand basin. First floor: Central landing gives access to 3 bedrooms; Cloakroom (with WC removed); Bathroom with coloured wash hand basin, bath, and a single glazed window to side. The GIA is approximately 102m². EPC Rating - F. Outside: The property has a small frontage with path to front door. To the rear (which can also be accessed by foot around the rear of the terrace) is a good sized garden, mainly laid to grass but also featuring 2 large trees. The property is in need of full refurbishment and some repair, but offers an increasingly rare chance to extend and add value to a centrally located property.

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Lot number: 16
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Sold for £250,000
London House (The Old Post Office), The Street, Great Thurlow, Haverhill, Suffolk, CB9 7LA

London House is an attractive detached building of timber frame construction with pink rendered elevations, in a picturesque part of the popular village of Great Thurlow. The substantial Grade II Listed building, which is understood to date from the 17th Century, was formerly used as a post office, from which it retains its mixed-use configuration. The property is in need of refurbishment, and has recently received planning permission and Listed Building consent, to form a residential dwelling and residential annex, making it ideal for owner occupiers and developers alike. Full details of the well designed scheme can be found under planning ref: DC/17/1853/LB. The scheme grants permission for the re-ordering of the main building to provide the following accommodation: Ground floor: Entrance Hall with stairs to first floor; Study; Sitting Room; Kitchen/Breakfast Room; Utility Room; Cloakroom. First floor: Central Landing gives access to 3 Bedrooms; Family Bathroom; one En-suite Shower Room. The gross internal floor area of the proposed layout is approx 190m². EPC F In addition to the main dwelling, an existing weather-boarded outbuilding to the rear of the house has also been given consent to convert to a detached 1 Bedroom annex, with Living Area, Kitchen, Bedroom with En-suite Bathroom, along with a pair of garages. The GIA is approx. 84m². The total plot of approx. 0.12 acres provides parking for 2 cars and westerly facing gardens, marked by a new fence between the property and the recently approved scheme to the rear.

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