8 Outrageously Different Auction Properties For Sale

17 Sep

Are you bored by the same-old property for sale in estate agent windows?

Well, check out these bizarre and beautiful auction properties that are soon to be sold under the hammer!

Who Took My Combine Harvester?

corn

You know it – you’ve always wanted a small-holding to live some of that ‘good life’.  And here’s your chance with this Cornish small-holding.  It’s got a guide of £125-150k.  For that you get 6.3 acres currently used as a low key market garden with large pond, 2 modern timber outbuildings, 3 polytunnels and a log cabin (which has lapsed planning consent for an agriculturally restricted dwelling).

More details here

 

Star Trek Enterprise Alert!!!

deco

This house is awesome.  Period.  With a guide of £1.5M it’s also £500k less than the estate agents used to have it listed for.  This Grade II listed gem in Faversham is massive: 789.67 sqm (8,5oo sq ft) plus 8 acres of grounds.  The property has 4 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, a cinema room, heated rooftop swimming pool, gym suite, sauna, plunge pool, two roof terraces and an underground double garage.

More details here (lot 201)

 

Oh Sunny Days!

solar

You want to hope the sun keeps shining to make your loot on these solar panel installations erected on the roof of this new build block of flats in Coventry.  Guided at £2ok and currently producing an income of £3,500 per annum.  The panels are held on a lease of 25 years from 20/7/2012 with the Feed in Tariff (FIT) contracts and electricity exports let to EON for a period of 25 years from 5/12/11 and 5/7/12.  Income is Retail Price Index (RPI) linked and reviewed on an annual basis.

More details here

Choo! Choo! Choo!

train station for sale

You’ve got to love trains to live in this Station House which is located adjacent to the Midland Mainline.  Guided at £100-125k and believed to date to 1857, this Northamptonshire Grade II Listed property is considered a building of Architectural or Historic interest – which is probably down to it’s classical Victorian Gothic Architecture.  Extending to approx 1700 sq ft plus ample off street parking and a lawned garden – this is one property you could become a Master of!

More details here

A Public Convenience Paradise?

public toilets for sale

I can’t comment if the dogging car parked outside is a regular – but this detached former WC in Hastings Old Town is up for sale with a guide of £10-15k.  Located on the main tourist strip, Rock-a-Nore, there could be plenty of potential for alternative uses here.

More details here

I Am Feeling Rather Crypt-ed Out!

crypt

I have to confess – a former crypt doesn’t do it for me, but if you’re less touchy-feely, maybe this old crypt will appeal.  Guided at £25-30k, this brick built building has permission to be used as a studio/ office and/or artisan use.  It’s located in the Arundal cemetery, West Sussex – which is also close to town and the train station.  Handy if you do get a fright!

More details here 

Your Very Own British Bake Off Base

mill

Given the nation’s obsession with baking and caking this mill could serve well as a perfect base for Mary et al to congregate.  Obviously, it needs a bit of work first – and you’d have to convince people to shlep to Barton-Upon-Humber.  Anyway, with a guide of £125k it may be worth the trip for this potential development site which also comes with a concept design of 8 buildings around the courtyard.

More details here

Praise Be!

Bethany_Chapel_-_Cat_picture

Don’t you just love a chapel – and isn’t this a stunner!  This Grade II listed Victorian former chapel (built 1873) is located in Rhondda with a guide of £90k.  As you’d expect it’s a good size at 246.1 sqm (2649 sqft).  It already has planning permission for conversion to a 5 bed home – and you can see from the stunning frontage – it’s already had some restoration work carried out.

 More details here

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