Detached House
£675,000
Common Road, Bressingham, Diss, Norfolk IP22
Our summary
  • Timber-framed barn with planning for conversion
  • A wonderful opportunity to develop a 0
  • 8-acre (sts) farmyard including a 2045-sqft detached farmhouse and three barns with planning consent for conversion into three individual residential dwellings
  • With its recently approved planning consent for development, Holly Farm in Bressingham offers an opportunity for developers to create a wonderful collection of residential dwellings in a quiet rural location in South Norfolk
  • 3) The conversion of a derelict single storey outbuilding into a pair of semi-detached, two-bedroom cottages
  • Holly Farm house is currently occupied although parts of the property are in need of improvement
  • The timber-framed barn has consent for conversion into one detached dwelling
  • A derelict, single storey outbuilding on the northern boundary has been granted consent for conversion into a pair of semi-detached two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottages
  • Planning permission for a change of use of the aforementioned barns to form three dwellings, the erection of garages and the creation of new vehicular access can be found on South Norfolk Council's public access planning portal using the reference 2019/1608/F
  • Details of the planning permission including plans can be provided on request to
4 bedroom property
£450,000
Tan House Lane, Great Harwood, Blackburn BB6
Our summary
  • Development Opportunity
  • Renovation project
  • Huge potential
  • Possibility for further builds on site subject to planning
  • For sale by online auction, buyers premium applies
  • Allsprings House, sometimes referred to locally as "the Polish House" is a derelict grade two listed mansion house set within extensive grounds with stunning views across the Ribble Valley located at the end of the highly desirable and sought after private lane location off Tan House Lane in Great Harwood
  • Originally built by James Lomax, son of Richard Grimshaw Lomax, a wealthy Lancashire landowner in 1838, this striking property has the potential to be a unique home for the investor with imagination
  • Viewing is essential to see the potential this property has to offer
  • A true renovation project
  • Surrounded by substantial grounds, the site also offers the potential for further development, subject to planning permission
7 bedroom country house
£1,500,000
Craswall, Hereford HR2
Our summary
  • Potential: Two derelict stone buildings, Holywell and Hendre, offer tremendous potential (subject to necessary consent) to renovate and create additional dwellings - when finished, could (truncated)
  • Hendre and Holywell offer tremendous potential, the latter has separate access, the former could be an annexe to the main property
4 bedroom detached house
£295,000
Ystrad Meurig, Ystrad Meurig SY25
Our summary
  • To one side is a stone barn which is currently derelict
5 bedroom end terrace house
£425,000
Woodbridge Road, Ipswich IP4
Our summary
  • They first established a blank canvas by completely clearing everything and then began installing new wiring and plumbing throughout
  • Full of potential Below the ground floor are two bedrooms, with external access from one and a bathroom accessed via the hallway for both bedrooms
  • French doors lead up to the garden, and this offers great potential for multi-generational living
  • A further bedroom comprises the entirety of the second floor, this was originally divided into two but was opened up to create an expansive bedroom, which offers a multitude of potential uses
2 bedroom flat
£235,000
Frome Court, Bartestree, Hereford HR1
Our summary
  • The building and adjacent chapel stood empty and derelict for many years before its conversion in the early/mid 2000's and now comprises individual characterful apartments all retaining many original features
Land
£215,000
Carter's Cottage And 54.5 Acres, Arkengarthdale, North Yorkshire DL11
Our summary
  • 05 ha) of hill pasture land with a derelict stone cottage, known as Carter's Cottage, and adjoining stone barn
  • The buildings may have potential for conversion to a dwelling, subject to the necessary consents
  • The cottage is derelict and would require complete renovation for any residential or holiday accommodation use, subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents
  • A small stone livestock barn adjoins the former cottage on the north side, that might also be suitable for conversion
Land
£90,000
Dunfermline KY12
Our summary
  • Derelict house plot for sale at offers over £85,000 subject to planning consent
  • Situation The plot for sale is a derelict cottage of around 150sq metres and a half acre garden set in a very secluded setting
  • The sale, subject to planning It is anticipated that the purchasers will purchase the house plot subject to them securing planning consent through McCrae and McCrae Ltd who will liaise with Fife Council planners
  • The purchasers can appoint an architect but it is recommended that they use Ed Dalton who secured planning consent for a house on a similar ruin located about half a mile to the south west of Old Lathalmond called Hillhead
  • Fife Council will likely consent the ruined cottage to be renovated on one floor with one or two modest extensions to the rear eg 50% increase in footprint
  • It would be refundable if planning permission was not secured
  • The derelict property is at the end of the road
  • Local authority planning consent Fife Council Enterprise, Planning and Protective Services, Kingdom House, Kingdom Avenue, Glenrothes, KY7 5LY Tel: viewing and registering an interest Viewing of the property is strictly by prior appointment only with the sole selling agents McCrae & McCrae, 12 Abbey Park Place, Dunfermline, Fife KY12 7PD
  • The plot for sale is a derelict cottage of around 150sq metres and a half acre garden set in a very secluded setting
  • The sale, subject to planning
  • It is anticipated that the purchasers will purchase the house plot subject to them securing planning consent through McCrae and McCrae Ltd who will liaise with Fife Council planners
  • The purchasers can appoint an architect but it is recommended that they use Ed Dalton who secured planning consent for a house on a similar ruin located about half a mile to the south west of Old
  • Local authority planning consent
Land
£29,500
Plot Of Land Nr Cefn Pant, Llanboidy, Whitland SA34
Our summary
  • Derelict Remains of a Cottage Style Dwelling on Site
Land
£95,000
Legatillida Road, Fivemiletown BT75
Our summary
  • There are some derelict stone out buildings on the Mill Road