2870 sq.ft. meat processing plant. Could be transformed into most any type of business. There is approximately 10 acres with property. Great location in downtown Sparks, GA.
Business for sale only! Business & all equipment (including all coolers & cookers) included. Buyer to enter into a new lease with the landlord. Has been in business for 18 years. Business has custom meats, meat processing, meats cooked to order & a general grocery store. Current business hours are Mon-Sat, 8:30-6:00 pm.
FORMER PROCESSING PLANT This property was formerly a blueberry processing and packing plant. On-site facilities include 4 buildings, all with power: a 300+ sf office; a 5200 sf processing building w/5 OH doors, security system, propane heat, and additional office space; a 1520 sf building w/24'x42' cooler; and a 40'x200', 8000 sf warehouse. The site also includes a wastewater system, 25 gpm well, and concrete loading dock. Zoned Ag. Great location just west of Rochester and 1/2 mile north of Hwy 12.
Rural Commercial Property at the US/Canadian Border. 43.41 combined acres with Moyie River AND US HWY 95 Frontage. Currently a Commercial Meat Inspection Plant but the options are endless. RV Park, Convenience Store, Reload facility and much more with approved Special Use Permit. 2914 sq. ft Cold Storage building w/ loading pad has ingress & egress off Hwy 95. Small office bldg. & 2 storage bldgs. included in sale. Beautiful, level property w/ river frontage make this an ideal home/business site as well. 20131464 $489,000
ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES Main House 3056sf - Rental Cabin 576sf - Processing Plant 2560sf - Log Barn 1056sf & Pole Barn 1140sf on 6+ acres. Has operated as commercial fish processing plant w/freezers. Peony flower plants on 1 acre to be commercially raised and processed for shipping. 2 septic systems & Class B well Owner developed health issues and plans to relocate. Possible Owner Financing on this land for sale in Sterling Alaska. Recreational uses are unlimited. Old 900' airfield on property and just a couple miles from the world famous Kenai River.
Evans Green Valley Farm, your own Hunting Preserve. This 321 acre property offers a great Log Home or Lodge with city water. The first floor offers a master bedroom with it's own deck and a master bath, the large dining room has French doors that lead to a patio as well. Large living room has wonderful field stone fireplace and vaulted ceiling. Also a half bath and laundry room on the first floor. The second floor offers 3 bedrooms with a full bath and family room. Two stall attached heated garage leads into the kitchen/dining area. With two high efficiency forced hot air furnaces, one on each floor and FREE GAS p/o, one never worries about the cold nights. There is a large pavilion for cook outs or gatherings. The meat processing building offers a skinning area with wench to hoist animals. You then transfer the animal to a rail system that runs to the large walk-in freezer. The building offers two 50 gal hot water heaters, it's own bathroom that is heated. The property has approx 300 acres that is boarded by 6.5 miles of 10 ft high deer fence with electric wire top and bottom. The roads thought out the property offer easy access to the four elevated shooting huts, one of which is heated, 2 are handicap accessible, 3 commercial feeders and 3 bunk feeders. There is a breeding barn with water and electric. A caretaker is available and the equipment is negotiable, as is the furniture. If you are looking for a hunting preserve or a great home to hunt in total solitude, close to town, with all the fixings, this is it. Call for an appointment.
2884+/- Ac. Live Oak County - WHITE CREEK RANCH 150 CR 110, George West, TX. 78022. This ranch is a quail hunters dream, a South Texas Ranch with a little of the Hill Country with rolling hills and White Creek crossing the property. Numerous hardwoods line White Creek providing roosts for wild turkey. Typical south Texas brush species include granjeno, guayacan, whitebrush, cenizo, kidneywood, mesquite, prickly pear, lantana, tasajillo, mountain laurel and Spanish dagger. IMPROVEMENTS: A main lodge and 2 manufactured homes provide a total of 12 bedrooms and 8.5 baths. The home includes large dovered porches overlooking White Creek and the trap area. Behind the home are the barn, tool room and game processing romm that containes a walk in cooler, ice machine and built in cabinetry. At the end of the barn is a large concrete dog kennel with drainage system and its own septic system. There is also a covered equipment area behind the barn. The entire ranch is highfenced with gate access from the north and east. A bulk grain storage plus gasoline and diesel is north of the barn. A complete trap field, set up to ISU Automatic Trap specifications (wobble trap), with an additional sporting clay machine providing optional targets is near the home. The equipment is Mattarelli, some of the finest available. The ranch also has its own caliche pit for a source of material for maintaining the all weather road system. The electric main gate has a 17 foot opening and security keypad access. WATER: The ranch has 10 water wells. A combination of elctric pumps, solar and windmills service the wells. White Creek and the headwaters of Live Oak Creek are located on the ranch. There are 4 earthen tanks that are primarily filled by rainfall, but each has backup water lines guaranteeing water all year. UTILITIES: Electricity and underground phone service has been brought to the center of the ranch to the home site. A complete water processing plant provides and stores -RO- water for the home site and game processing area. WILDLIFE: In March 2003, the ranch was stocked with 75 whitetail does from Lee Wheeler ranch, a well known highly managed whitetail ranch. In 2011, whitetail deer from Tommy Dugger-s deer breeder program were added. The ranch is under the Texas Parks and Wildlife MLDP, Managed Land Deer Permit, Level 3. There are approx. 20 Axis deer. The last deer survey flown by helicopter counter 411 deer, not including the new fawn crop. The ranch is currently at a 1.1 doe to buck ration. Fawn survival is estimated at 80%. Turkey roost along White Creek. While the entire ranch is prime quail habitat, the brush has been extensively modified to create approximately 1,100 acres of prime quil hunting. EQUIPMENT: The sale includes ranch equipment, 11 deer stands, 30 deer feeders, 4 quail hunting trucks, trailers, tractors and all related equipment, radio equipment, spray rig, hand tools, and ZTO mower. Also include all household furnishings , except personal and decorator items. TAXES: Wildlife Exemption. NOTE: There is a deed restriction that restricts the ranch from being divided into tracts smaller than 200 acres and prohibits commercial development.
Industrial warehouse located on a main road between Boliqueime and the A22 with a project to develop an industrial park. The existing warehouse can be aquired and renovated, or it can be rebuilt within the new projected project wich can be one single unit or various warehouses. The existing warehouse has loading docks, parking area, private gates, cold and freezing chambers, meat processing rooms, offices and storage areas. For more details on the project or the floor plans, please contact us at. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1363706/
Industrial warehouse located on a main road between Boliqueime and the A22 with a project to develop an industrial park. The existing warehouse can be aquired and renovated, or it can be rebuilt within the new projected project wich can be one single unit or various warehouses. The existing warehouse has loading docks, parking area, private gates, cold and freezing chambers, meat processing rooms, offices and storage areas. For more details on the project or the floor plans, please contact us at email@example.com Build Size: 2,463 m², Land: 7,901 m²
We have been researching the forestry and farming sector for many years and have now found a niche in the market. 90% of all real Christmas trees sold in the UK are imported and then sold for an average of £55 to the end user. We offer clients an opportunity to purchase Christmas tree seedlings at £12, we then plant, grow, maintain and harvest for the client. After a 5 year growing period when the trees are of a suitable height a guaranteed buy back will then come into place from industry leaders for £18. This investment is very simple, unique and has been successfully trialled. A simple investment, made easy for all clients | Full escrow facility available through SRA-FCA-HMRC approved accountants with 2 million pound indemnity on client’s funds | Full UK based Investment The investment will show you Mimimum 50% returns over 5 years Guaranteed EverGreen Solutions are offering potential businesses and private clients a very unique opportunity within the farming and forestry sectors, without the need of owning or renting land. Clients can participate in forestry projects at an early stage, then let us manage the process of planting the trees and carrying out full maintenance throughout the farming period, until the trees are ready for harvesting. At harvesting, Evergreen through our network of counter-parties have secured guaranteed buy back contracts from some of the top forestry market leaders in the UK today, this then allows our clients to sell the trees at a profit. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t3281242/
This is a unique business opportunity in Alentejo. 33ha of land, a manor house, an olive grove, a dam and a dyke, a pump and an eco stations, an airfield, a swingolf course, a vineyard and winery, fruit and vegetable gardens, 1500 sqm of green areas, with all the machinery, equipment and a running wine, olive oil and olive leaf tea business. Once in a life opportunity in Alentejo. The house has 500 sq m residential area with insulated double walls, windows and sliding doors with double glass panels, natural vaulted ceilings and marble floors comprising: - A private component (air-conditioned bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a sewing room) - A social area with a TV set, lounge-fireplace, dining, kitchen with pantry, scullery and laundry - A formal area with a study-library, music room and an entrance served by a port porchet. - There is an indoor garden with a water fountain and a lock up garage for 2 vehicles. - Provision has been made for a gym room in the roof top. - More than 1000 sq m of paved area involves the Manor House which is served by 200 sq m of covered verandas. - Telephone switchboard with 9 incoming lines, Internet and Satellite TV are connected There are title deeds and plans approved to rebuilt an additional 165 m2 of housing facilities, comprising 3 in-suite bed rooms, lounge, kitchenette and laundry. SWINGOLF COURSE The course is being developed in an area of about 4 ha surrounded by “azinheiras” (holm oak trees) It will accommodate: 6 greens, one tee-off per green, driving range with 4 tees, one putting green, four bunkers, six ponds. The complex will have ablution facilities, storage room and parking for 8 vehicles. The irrigation system comprises 5 sectors. The irrigation is electronically controlled from the far-away pump station computer. The water consumption of the swingolf course is approximately 80 m³ per day in summer time. The Swingolf course faces South-East to facilitate perfect shading and even growth. It is designed in such a way that drainage of each green is directed to small ponds do reduce water wastage. Water is mainly dissipated through vaporisation and infiltration OLIVE GROVE 5750 Picual specie trees planted over 20,5 ha. Plantation compass is 7 x 4 m which means the drive way is 7m wide to enable tractor to approach tree at angulation for harvest purposes. The trees are planted 4m apart. Drip irrigation takes place mostly in summer at a ratio of approximately 4,5 to 5 litres of water per tree per day The root ridges enable the roots maximum sun exposure and water retention. This growing method is not common in Portugal and is the main reason for optimum harvest yield. Each tree at maturity (2015) will yield approximately 30kg of olives per annum. Picual is mostly used for olive oil production (azeite). DAM & DYKE When full holds 35 million litres of water. The natural source of fountain inlet is approximately 40 cubic litres a day in the summer months (April to September). This natural supply is complemented by transfer of water from a private dike. The pump installed in the dike has a capacity to transfer 30 cu meters of water an hour. A small water stream runs through the North East side of the farm. A dyke has been built along this water stream in the farm grounds creating an additional water log of approximately 2.500 m³ . This water is used to replenish the dam during the summer period. Approximately 10.000 m³ are transferred a year. PUMP STATION & ECO STATION The electric pumps are held in a floater placed in the dam with a maximum pump capacity of 100 cu m. of water an hour. The pumps are activated by means of a variator and can work from 10% up to 100% pump output according to demand of irrigation. The water is pumped through filters capable of retaining particles to a minimum size of 60 microns. The pH of the water is adjusted automatically during the pumping cycle and soluble nutrients are added before the water is delivered to the various sectors of irrigation. Olive trees need an acid pH. Grass needs an alkaline pH. All waste at the farm is recycled at the eco station. A special shredding machine reduces all organic matter to particles not big than to 2 to 3 cm and through an organic process it is converted into compost. The compost is used to fertilise the gardens. AIRFIELD This is a runway for ultralights, 15m wide x 300m long with 15 meter threshold at both ends facing the prevalent wind direction which is NE. It has a hangar 12 m x 6 m with electric power and water. The open aeroplane parking area is approximately 100 m x 20 m in size. VINEYARD & WINERY The vineyard is 1,9 ha in total comprising the following cultivars: Cabernet Sauvignon (0,6 ha), Touregan Nacional (0.9 ha), Petit Verdot (0.4 ha) with a total vines planted of 6000. The vineyard is expected to yield between 9 000 to 10 000 Kg of grapes producing 5 to 6000 litres of wine per year from 2015. A complete in-house winery all in stainless steel is installed on the property with an annual capacity in excess of 9.000 litres FRUIT & VEGETABLE GARDENS The 1heactere fruit garden supports in excess of 600 fruit trees including apples, plums, pears, peaches, almonds, apricots, figs, oranges and lemon. The annual estimated fruit production by the year 2015 is in excess of 3.000 kg. This is an area of approximately 5.000 sq. meters with drip irrigation where vegetables in season are grown all year. The complex includes two hothouses. GARDENS & TREES Half a hectare of gardens complement the setting around the Manor House. More than 1500 sq m of green grass with a variety of trees, plants and flowers are planted in the surroundings of the Manor House. A 120 cbm fresh water swimming pool with a BBQ area completes the setting. The property has: Centenarian olive trees, Azinheiras (holm oak trees), Sobreiros (cork trees), Palm trees, Cypresses and 300 Rose bushes. FARM OUTER BUILDINGS There are 200 sq m of undercover farm buildings. These include a workshop, tool room, wash-bay, canteen, ablution facility and parking area for implements. These buildings are surrounded by 800 sq m of concreted paved area. In addition storage capacity is provided by a 6 and 9 meter steel container as well as a 6 meter refrigerated container. A 4000 litter diesel tank with electric pump is installed adjacent to these buildings. PERTINENT FACTS Power supply brought to the farm along 14 concrete poles (in average 14 m high) Size of in-house electric transformer -160 kwa 380 volts There are 3,5 klm of under-ground electric cabling 75 klm of drip irrigation piping. 33 km of drive ways on the olive grove. 5 km of roads 28 wooden telephone poles There are 6 km of fencing used around the farm. A driveway has been created all along the fence so that the condition of the fence can be monitored on a daily basis. The Farm has its own sewerage plant and hydro carbonates separation plant. This ensures that soaps and non biological elements are eliminated from any wastage before being released in the soil. The domestic water supply is provided by a well which is pumped to a 4 cbm capacity elevated distribution. The water for domestic consumption is treated by an automatic filtering and purification plant installed in the property. VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT One Jeep Cherokee One Nissan Atleon 3 ton truck with tipping box One New Holand 95 HP tractor One 3 ton tipping trailer One JCB back hoe One Yamanha 4 wheeler One John Deer lawn. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t3212738/
This eye-catching and revolutionary Off-Plan development will be situated in what is considered to be Larnaca’s most upcoming area. Changes in the surrounding infrastructure and redevelopment of the old Port will transform the area by integrating a plethora of entrepreneurial and tourist activities. The aim is to create a high-technology, progressive fifteen-floor 'floating building', which will be an optical boundary-mark, not only in the specific area but in the wider parameters of Larnaca.Central to the originality of this project will be the steady transition from a solid base towards a perforated and finally transparent appearance, influenced by the triple structure of a plant (root, stem and flower). The materials have been chosen with this triple structure in mind: the obvious concrete in the strong base, the use of glass in its technologically advanced form and suspended appearance with extraordinary colourful processing. The use of glass will offer unlimited views of the interior areas combined with breath-taking views of the Mediterranean. Such contemporary architecture will operate as a thermal containment zone in accordance with bioclimatic standards.The development will accommodate major businesses and professionals including Banks, Insurance Companies, Doctors, Lawyers and Architects. The first five levels will host the more 'introverted' functions of the building such as a 24-hour fully-guarded reception area, an assortment of shops and over 800 parking spaces. The upper levels will consist of conference and exhibition halls, offices, restaurants and a Spa and fitness centre.This commercial centre will also remain active at night and its illuminated appearance, to which particular emphasis has been given, will naturally incorporate it into Larnaca's vibrant night life. These attributes will ensure that this development is not merely a business centre but a place of collective life, integrating and harmonising work and leisure.DistancesAirport 5kmTown 1kmProposed Golf 8kmSea 0.2kmCurrent Availability:OfficesInternal Covered Area Range 74-150m2Parking Spaces 2/3Total Covered Range 74-150m2Prices from € 331,890Restaurants (14th and 15th Floors)Internal Covered Area 528m2Parking Spaces 20Total Covered 578m2Prices from € 7,100,000SpaInternal Covered Area 528m2Uncovered area 1,440m2Parking Spaces 15Total Covered 578m2Price € 8,600,000Conference CentreInternal Covered Area 1,365m2Parking Spaces 39Total Covered 1,943m2Price € 10,000,000*All Shops are Reserved/ Sold
On arrival at the property, one realises how man has managed to remodel and transform the landscape and from every angle one may admire the patchwork of olive groves, vineyards and farmhouses, distinct characteristics of the Tuscan landscape. Our new listing, is part of this unique scenario. The estate is composed of two different parts, Agricultural estate Podere Forconate, situated in the district of San Casciano dei Bagni which comprises; spacious, restored farmhouse of 390 sqm set out on two floors; Ground Floor - entrance, spacious living room/dining area with fireplace, kitchen with pantry, bathroom, boiler room (access from the exterior of the property ). First floor - ( access via internal staircase ) four bedrooms, three bathrooms. Annex with independent entrance: Ground floor - cellar of 70 sqm which could potentially be converted into further living space communicating with the ground floor of the main building; first floor - currently used as storage space.Charming outbuilding of 120sqm set out on one floor comprising; spacious open plan living-room, kitchen/dining area with fireplace, two bedrooms and two bathrooms ( one with jacuzzi and the second with shower ).The agri-tourism business sleeps 11 in accordance with licences granted by the Provincial Administration Board of Siena in 1998.Apart from the agri-tourism business, within the grounds there is the following:a)Charming, tiny outhouse of 12sqm, stone -facing with antique wood-burning oven, ideal for cooking traditional, genuine produce of the area. b)Agricultural outbuilding of 27sqm used for storage and chicken sheds.c)Characteristic cellar-grottod)Attractive pool 6x12 with terracotta tile paving and technical room for pool systems. The pool is surrounded by a lawn and enjoys a stunning view of the surrounding countryside.Within the grounds there is also a large agricultural warehouse with a surface of 288 sqm currently used to store agricultural equipment and for the vinification process. This building may potentially be converted into further living space - ( permission to do this must be verified )There is a barn-conversion denominated Casale San Francesco, set a long distance away from the main farmhouse, in the district of Cetona. The property comprises, spacious open-plan living room, kitchen and dining area, three bathrooms, three bedrooms. The property was restored remaining faithful to Tuscan building traditions with terracotta floor and ceiling tiles and exposed beams. The external walls are plastered and the property enjoys a fabulous view of the countryside, olive groves and vineyards.The land belonging to the agricultural estate extends to approx. 91 ha comprising; approx. 6.13 ha of vineyard CHIANTI D.O.C.G ( 4.8ha newly planted and 1.3ha which needs replanting ). This allows the vinification of 90 quintal of grapes per hectare and the current production is a good Chianti that is sold also abroad. The commercialisation could also be increased through a more efficient commercial network of the product and the planting of new vineyards. The remaining land is divided into 21 ha of arable land however, part of this land may be used for the plantation of new vines, 30 ha approx. Of woodland, 20 ha of reforestation, 10 ha of pasture, uncultivated land, lanes and a lovely olive grove extending to 3.5 ha.LocationSan Casciano dei Bagni is situated in Southern Tuscany near the borders with Umbria and Lazio and boasts one of the most exclusive thermal spa centres in the world. The property is well-placed for communications. The A1 motorway exit of Fabro is a 15 km drive away ( or 7 km via white road ). The nearest airports are Perugia ( with daily flights to London ), Rome, Florence and Pisa. The nearest main -line train station is situated in Chiusi which is a 20 min. drive away. There are frequent trains to Rome and Florence and the journey takes just over an hourThere are a wealth of interesting places to visit in the area such as ; the Val d'Orcia ( a UNESCO world Heritage Site ) - Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano, Arezzo,Orvieto and PerugiaUtilitiesAll systems conform to health and safety regulations. Mains water plus private water source and lake for the collection of rain water which can be used for irrigating the lawns during the summer months.Potential Land UseThriving business with great potential to increase productivity. The property may be used as a permanent residence or holiday home but ideally the purchaser may wish to continue the successful, well-established agri-tourism business given that for a number of years now, the guest rooms and the barn-conversion have been successfully rented out for most weeks during the holiday season from April to September.Great scope for further development to the agricultural business.Property of a high standard given the excellent maintenance state of the buildings and business as a whole, the unique beauty of the surroundings and potential. Further details available.
Le Crystal, a pleasant contemporary Resiadence, offers this 2 bedroom apartment with a PRIVATE PARKING space and a spacious LOGGIA with views over the Castle in Haut de Cagnes. Property type : Leaseback Resale Address Cagnes sur Mer Accommodation 2 bedroom Prices € 190 000 Size 53 sqm Deposit 5% to Notary Delivery date delivered Loggia 17 sqm Sales office Yes Yield: 3.75% cash + 2 weeks of personal use The development: Le Crystal is a residential hotel offering top rate comfort and facilities. It is situated within a stone\'s throw of the town centre and about 1400 m from the beach. Utmost concern is given to ensure that long and short stay residents on holiday or on business trips enjoy both comfort and fitness. New arrivals are welcomed in a peaceful garden planted with fruit trees. The residence proposes well equipped studios, 2 room and 3 room apartments and consists of two main buildings linked to each other by means of a footbridge serving root terraces designed for relaxation, a solarium, swimming pool (Open from the end of March until the mid of November), table tennis and a beautiful garden. On the ground floor, in a vast atrium houses, the residents will find a reception with wifi, a games room, laundry and services The apartment: This two bedroom apartment on the first floor of the Le Crystal Residence comes with a parking space and loggia and great views over the Castle in Haut de Cagnes. The apartment offers 53m2 of living space, comprising: an open plan living room / fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, a separated WC and a storage room. 17m2 loggia with great views over the Castle in Haut de Cagnes. The apartment has its own allocated parking space in the underground carpark. The location: The residence is situated as close to the centre of town as it is to the sea, an ideal location. Cagnes sur Mer is a beautiful Provencal town which perfectly illustrates two facades of the Cote d'Azur. On one side, discover the sparkling blue shores with beaches, the charming little fishing port, the casino and boutiques, and on the other, the Haut-de-Cagnes invites you into an authentic medieval village, littered with quaint and picturesque streets where artists' galleries vie for your attention along with restaurants and cafes. Discover also the Renoir Museum, nestled in a magnificent olive grove domain. Cagnes sur Mer is a bustling place which will entertain you all year long with its succession of events, festivals, concerts and exhibitions, its colourful daily markets and horse racing season. Activities: In Cagnes sur Mer one can practise sailing, swimming, water skiing, wake boarding, diving and other water sports, as well as tennis, basket ball, rock climbing, table tennis, dance, gym, handball and kayak. Local food and gastronomy: Fresh produce includes olives, olive oil, tomatoes, courgettes, garlic, fish, peaches, figs. Cagnes sur Mer is close to Nice which is known for socca (chickpea pancake), courgette flowers, salade nicoise (egg, tuna, and anchovy salad), pissaladiere (a cross between a quiche and a pizza), ratatouille (vegetable stew), daube (meat stew). The management company: The management company spacialises in leaseback developments, hotel residences and holiday schemes throughout France. Investment: Commercial lease of 9 years (expiring in 2017) Investment option: 2 weeks of personal occupancy each year Rental income: 3.75% of guaranteed cash return (€ 7117 per annum), paid in 4 instalments during the year. Financing: We have our own French mortgage brokerage service in order to find the most suitable mortgage for each client. Whether you want an interest-only mortgage, a traditional repayment mortgage or hybrid mortgage, we can get the right mortgage for you. Access: By car: Coming from Nice, take A8 motorway, exit 48 and continue on the D336 towards Avenue de Cannes. From Antibes, A8 motorway, exit 47 towards the hippodrome. By train: Cagnes is on the Grasse to Ventimiglia line which stops at such places as Antibes, Cannes, Biot, Nice, Monaco and also on the Marseille to Ventimiglia line. From Nice and Marseille you can get the TGV to Paris and other French cities. By plane: Cagnes is only 10 minutes from Nice-Cote d'Azur International Airport with regular flights to the UK and the rest of Europe.
On arrival at the property, one realises how man has managed to remodel and transform the landscape and from every angle one may admire the patchwork of olive groves, vineyards and farmhouses, distinct characteristics of the Tuscan landscape. Our new listing, is part of this unique scenario. The estate is composed of two different parts, Agricultural estate Podere Forconate, situated in the district of San Casciano dei Bagni which comprises; spacious, restored farmhouse of 390 sqm set out on two floors; Ground Floor – entrance, spacious living room/dining area with fireplace, kitchen with pantry, bathroom, boiler room (access from the exterior of the property ). First floor - ( access via internal staircase ) four bedrooms, three bathrooms. Annex with independent entrance: Ground floor – cellar of 70 sqm which could potentially be converted into further living space communicating with the ground floor of the main building; first floor – currently used as storage space. Charming outbuilding of 120sqm set out on one floor comprising; spacious open plan living-room, kitchen/dining area with fireplace, two bedrooms and two bathrooms ( one with jacuzzi and the second with shower ). The agri-tourism business sleeps 11 in accordance with licences granted by the Provincial Administration Board of Siena in 1998. Apart from the agri-tourism business, within the grounds there is the following: a)Charming, tiny outhouse of 12sqm, stone -facing with antique wood-burning oven, ideal for cooking traditional, genuine produce of the area. b)Agricultural outbuilding of 27sqm used for storage and chicken sheds. c)Characteristic cellar-grotto d)Attractive pool 6x12 with terracotta tile paving and technical room for pool systems. The pool is surrounded by a lawn and enjoys a stunning view of the surrounding countryside. Within the grounds there is also a large agricultural warehouse with a surface of 288 sqm currently used to store agricultural equipment and for the vinification process. This building may potentially be converted into further living space - ( permission to do this must be verified ) There is a barn-conversion denominated Casale San Francesco, set a long distance away from the main farmhouse, in the district of Cetona. The property comprises, spacious open-plan living room, kitchen and dining area, three bathrooms, three bedrooms. The property was restored remaining faithful to Tuscan building traditions with terracotta floor and ceiling tiles and exposed beams. The external walls are plastered and the property enjoys a fabulous view of the countryside, olive groves and vineyards. The land belonging to the agricultural estate extends to approx. 91 ha comprising; approx. 6.13 ha of vineyard CHIANTI D.O.C.G ( 4.8ha newly planted and 1.3ha which needs replanting ). This allows the vinification of 90 quintal of grapes per hectare and the current production is a good Chianti that is sold also abroad. The commercialisation could also be increased through a more efficient commercial network of the product and the planting of new vineyards. The remaining land is divided into 21 ha of arable land however, part of this land may be used for the plantation of new vines, 30 ha approx. Of woodland, 20 ha of reforestation, 10 ha of pasture, uncultivated land, lanes and a lovely olive grove extending to 3.5 ha.Repair StateThe main section of the estate were restored in 1999 in keeping with characteristic, Tuscan, building methods; terracotta floor tiles throughout, chestnut, exposed beams. Excellent maintenance state as currently used as an agri-tourism business- the main building, guest apartment and the agricultural outbuilding have all necessary building licences and all the systems comply with health and safety regulations. As can be seen in the photographs, the main building is plastered while the guest apartment is in exposed stone work. The barn conversion has been recently built and is therefore in a perfect maintenance state.AmenitiesAll systems conform to health and safety regulations. Mains water plus private water source and lake for the collection of rain water which can be used for irrigating the lawns during the summer months.Land Registry DetailsAll the buildings placed in the centre of the agricultural estate denominated Le Forconate conform to granted building licences n.2072 dated 14-09-1998 which was granted to the current owner for the restoration of all the buildings. The buildings are classified as 'rural' buildings ie buildings which serve the agricultural estate and are therefore exempt from the payment of I.C.I. On receiving the building permits, the current owner accepted the obligation not to modify the designated land use of the buildings and not to sell off parts of the estate for at least 20 years from the date of issue of the building licences. The contractual obligation will expire in 2018. This does not mean that the buildings can not be used as a private residence ,however from a formal point of view the land use classification must be kept as an 'agri-tourism'. The barn conversion denominated San Francesco was built in accordance with building licences granted on the 16-01-2002 and furthermore an act was stipulated which binds the company, owner of the property, to the following conditions; the designated land use must not be modified and the property may not be sold separately from the portion of land indicated in the agreement with a cadastral surface of 48ha 81.50sqm and the designated land use of 'agri-tourism' must remain unchanged for at least 10 years from the date of issue of the building licences. The buildings are registered on the N.C.E.U as a D classification and the land is registered on the N.C.T . All legally registered in the name of the prospective vendor.Ownership DetailsThe entire estate is registered in the name of a Limited Liability Company. A rapid transfer of the deeds would be possible through the cession of the company shares. There are two mortgages on the property which can be cancelled prior to the transfer of the company shares.Potential Land UseThriving business with great potential to increase productivity. The property may be used as a permanent residence or holiday home but ideally the purchaser may wish to continue the successful, well-established agri-tourism business given that for a number of years now, the guest rooms and the barn-conversion have been successfully rented out for most weeks during the holiday season from April to September. Great scope for further development to the agricultural business. Property of a high standard given the excellent maintenance state of the buildings and business as a whole, the unique beauty of the surroundings and potential.LocationSan Casciano dei Bagni is situated in Southern Tuscany near the borders with Umbria and Lazio and boasts one of the most exclusive thermal spa centres in the world. The property is well-placed for communications. The A1 motorway exit of Fabro is a 15 km drive away ( or 7 km via white road ). The nearest airports are Perugia ( with daily flights to London ), Rome, Florence and Pisa. The nearest main -line train station is situated in Chiusi which is a 20 min. drive away. There are frequent trains to Rome and Florence and the journey takes just over an hour There are a wealth of interesting places to visit in the area such as ; the Val d'Orcia ( a UNESCO world Heritage Site ) - Montalcino, Pienza, Montepulciano, Arezzo,Orvieto and Perugia
This property is presented by ListGlobally on behalf of: Robert I. Mitchelson of Icon Property Villa Falcone rises on a 7-acre property located very near Lake Connewarre. Surrounded by countryside, it represents the ideal place for those who want to change their lifestyles or simply wants to live in peace. It has the character of a typical country house in Southern Italy: with its layout, its palm trees & its colors. It is a little piece of Italy transplanted in Australia. Villa Falcone has everything in order to be self sufficient. About 2acres of garden are fenced & connected to a water reserve which can contain up to 21 million litres of water that can be drawn by an electric pumping system. The reserve is always full even during periods of drought, and the water collected from the roof of the house -- 120 square metres, including verandah -- flows into it. Inside and out there are very expensive plants, but what is most fascinating is the orchard: orange, mandarin, lemon, peach, cherry, apricot, almond and olive trees. At Villa Falcone you can't help but notice the attention to detail & the use of quality materials. There's a double front leadlight door, while the floor is tiled with Cararra marble. The same marble and granite have been used for the fireplace in the living room. The entrance hall, living & dining room are fitted with very expensive chandeliers of crystal made in the former Czechoslovakia & of Murano glass. Kitchen is stylish and very large. Also there is a spa and a salt-water swimming pool in the garden. Furthermore, the property comes with a vineyard which is made up of about 600 netted vines. The climate & environment are ideal for the production of good red wine made from Shiraz & Cabernet grapes & Malvasia & particularly in the Mediterranean basin. Villa Falcone has everything for grape processing, from the traditional method of stomping to modern pressing & to bottling. The rooms used as cellars offer ideal conditions: cool and airy. So is the bottle storage. Also you can make your own cured meats. There is a slaughter room and another room for the drying and maturing processes. This property is presented by ListGlobally on behalf of: Icon Property Robert I. Mitchelson (listglobally ref.: #LG64588)
We are delighted to present to the market a fine 46m2 property on a plot of 20m2 and an an additional plot of 58m2 included in the sale, This property is situated in the most prestige residential area of Montserrat. The property is also a 1 minute drive to a commercial centre in Torrente and metro services to the city.The home was built in 22 and consists of the following, 4 large double bedrooms, 3 large full bathrooms, 3 terraces for sun and shade, independent lounge with diner, marble flooring and high quality tiles, central heating, air conditioning, A large fully fitted kitchen with direct access to an exterior terrace for dining,The garden is equipped with a full irrigation system and plants and trees typical to this part of the Mediterranean. the garden to the rear of the property has yet to be landscaped, the owner is willing to negotiate the price for an immediate sale and as yet there is no swimming pool, We can arrange all asspects of construction and quotations for high quality construction work, please calculate between 1,000€ and 1,000€ depending on size for a swimming pool. More information about this property below. please do not hesitate to contafct for any information regarding the correct buying process. INFORMATION ON THE AREA Montserrat is an active country town surrounded by picturesque countryside, orange groves and olive orchards. Situated 2km from Valencia, this area is known for its magnificent countryside and is a popular destination for out-door sports particularly cycling and hill walking. It has all urban amenities available including schools, medical centre, supermarkets, shops and services, cafés and restaurants. There is an excellent public sports club with swimming pool, tennis courts, Paddle courts and football pitch. It has many festivals and cultural events throughout the year including an annual Chamber Music festival, Las Fallas and the August Summer Festival. Access to the A7/E1 motorway is 1km away and there are regular bus services to neighboring towns, Torrent and Valencia city. REF:2025. http://www.arkadia.com/yggs-t492/
part of a condo 500 m from the sea, independent, in good condition, with a surrounding garden of about 2,000 msq featuring mature ornamental plants. there are 2 bedrooms, a closet, 2 bathrooms, living-dining room with kitchen area. spacious covered veranda with living area and kitchenettepolignano is situated on a steep rocky cliff overlooking the puglia adriatic sea. the cliffs contain a number of natural caves which were inhabited in prehistoric times.during the middle ages the city was fortified. today the beautifully preserved historical centre is made of a series of alleyways that lead to terraces with breathtaking views over the adriatic sea.at just 14 km from castellana grotte. the town links its name primarily to the enchanting beauty of its caves, the largest and most picturesque complex of caves in italy and one of the main tourist destination in pugliathe whole karst complex is a mix of white stalactites and stalagmites. their formation started 90m years ago and the process is still ongoing. the process of formation starts with the action of rainwater that is absorbed by the calcareous soil . the water dissolves the calcium carbonate present in the soil, the water then evaporates when it comes into the cave, the calcium carbonate settles to the ground and forms the stalactites and stalagmites . later on they get covered by crystals.mignonpotenza combines its 15 years experience in commercial and residential property in the uk and across europe with its real passion for southern italy the people, the warmth, the lifestyle, the food, the sun and the beautiful adriatic coastline providing the complete service for international buyers seeking to purchase property in italy. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t2659948/
We are delighted to market for sale this two bedroomed semi detached with loft room and open plan lounge/dining area. Located in a popular residential area and also benefiting from gardens to front and rear with the rear being south facing having a gated driveway providing off road parking. uPVC double glazed & warmed by gas central heating and offering no upwards chain which can quicken the sales process. Briefly the accommodation comprises: entrance hallway, lounge/dining area, kitchen, landing, two bedrooms, bathroom, loft room. Ground FloorEntrance Hallway with uPVC double glazed entrance door, cupboard housing gas meter, stairs leading to first floor, door through to lounge Lounge/Dining Room 21'04" (6.50 M) x 9'11" (3.02 M) uPVC double glazed bay window to front aspect, feature brick built fireplace with beamed arch over. One single and one double radiator, decorative beamed ceiling, two feature alcoves, storage cupboard, telephone point, T.V. aerial point, built-in storage cupboard, power points, uPVC double glazed obscure window to side aspect. Kitchen 11'05" (3.48 M) x 9'02" (2.79 M) with uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, uPVC double glazed door to side leading to garden area. Fitted with a range of wall and base units, worksurfaces incorporating sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, breakfast bar. Space for electric cooker, space for fridge/freezer, plumbing for automatic washing machine. Wall mounted gas central heating boiler, tongue and groove ceiling with skylight offering plenty of natural light into the kitchen. First FloorLanding with single glazed window to side aspect, wall light point. Bedroom One 11'04" (3.45 M) x 10'07" (3.23 M) with uPVC double glazed window to front aspect, single radiator, power points, alcove/storage area. Bedroom Two 10'06" (3.20 M) x 8'06" (2.59 M) with uPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, double radiator, power points, timber stairs leading to loft room. Loft Room with Velux window, double radiator, power points. Bathroom 7'05" (2.26 M) x 5'06" (1.68 M) with uPVC double glazed obscure window to rear, fitted suite comprising: panelled bath, pedestal hand wash basin, low level W.C. Tongue and groove ceiling, fully tiled walls, single radiator. OutsideGardens The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with hardstanding path leading down to gated rear driveway providing off road parking. The garden is also enclosed by fencing and mature planting and has timber shed. To the front there is also a lawned area with planting and pathway with access down side of property. Agents NotesViewings By appointment with Ian Tonge Property Services, 176 London Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport, SK7 4DJ. Telephone: Tenure We understand the tenure of the property is To Be Confirmed Notes We are not qualified to confirm that power points, showers, central heating systems, gas and electrical equipment are in working order and we would advise prospective purchasers to satisfy themselves on these points prior to exchange of contracts. Directions From our office in Hazel Grove (A6) head towards Stockport turning right onto Commercial Road, continue down turning left onto Clarendon Road then right onto Berkeley Road then left onto Dorothy Road where the property can be identified by our For Sale board. F44. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t1881723/
An over used cliche perhaps, but this really is a Hidden Gem. Totally unique and positioned in generous grounds this outstanding property is approached via electronically controlled gates providing access to a driveway. Only upon entry does the size of this family home become apparent with elegantly presented accommodation briefly comprising; Large entrance hallway with storage cupboard, Refitted breakfast kitchen, Guest w/c, Fabulous lounge / dining room with a covered outdoor terrace area, Inner hallway, Three double bedrooms with an en-suite to the master and a Family bathroom. The impressive grounds, divided into three individual areas are extremely well maintained and are a particular feature of this property. Entrance Hallway Via a timber and glazed front door, the large hallway has solid ash wood internal doors to the lounge area, breakfast kitchen, guest w/c, storage / utility cupboard (which has plumbing for a washing machine) and a firedoor to the garage. Inset down lighting, intercom with driveway gate controls, radiator. Lounge / Dining Room 6.62m(21'9'') x 5.26m(17'3'') A fabulous family room which has been thoughtfully divided into two areas, with windows to the side and rear aspects and a sliding patio door onto a covered terrace. The lounge area has a feature brick fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, inset down and wall lighting, two radiators. The dining area (2.5m(8.2) x 1.77m(5'10) has plenty of room for a large table, radiator. Additional Image Additional Image Breakfast Kitchen 4.43m(14'6'') x 3.39m(11'1'') Refitted with a quality range of eye level and base level units with work surfaces over and tiled splash backs, a central island provides a dining space with further storage under. There is an integrated fridge and dishwasher, fitted electric oven, combination microwave oven and a five ring gas hob with an extractor hood over. There is a window overlooking the fore garden and doors to outside and pantry cupboard. Inset down lighting and a feature wall mounted radiator. Additional Image Guest W/C With an obscured window to the front aspect, fitted with a low level w/c and pedestal wash basin, tiled flooring, inset down lighting, radiator. INNER Hallway With doors off to the three bedrooms, family bathroom and a further storage cupboard with radiator. There is also access to the loft space and inset down lighting. Master Bedroom 3.93m(12'11'') x 3.56m(11'8'') With a window to the rear aspect, inset down and wall lighting, free standing quality wardrobes which are available through separate negotitation, door to the en suite, radiator. EN-Suite With floor to ceiling tiling, fitted with a low level w/c, pedestal wash basin and a double walk in shower cubicle, heated towel rail / radiator. Bedroom Two 4.12m(13'6'') x 2.87m(9'5'') With a window to the rear aspect, inset down and wall lighting, radiator. Bedroom Three 3.56m(11'8'') x 3.01m(9'11'') With a window to the front aspect, inset down and wall lighting, radiator. Family Bathroom With an obscured window to the rear aspect, fitted with a white four piece suite to include: Low level w/c, pedestal wash basin, bidet and a bath with shower over and glass screen. There is partially tiled walls and a tiled floor, inset down lighting, designer chrome radiator. The Grounds A particular feature of this property is the impressive grounds which are cleverly divided into three main areas: The driveway and entrance, The formal garden and The fore garden. Formal Garden A walled and private area laid mainly to lawn with an array of trees and shrubbery. A covered terrace patio laid with natural stone extending from the lounge with power points and lighting provides a pleasant area for relaxation and / or entertaining. Additional Image Additional Image Fore Garden Linked via a side walkway from the formal garden, this fabulous landscaped area has an profusion of flowers, plants and shrubbery. With a further natural stone patio area and a pergola at the bottom of the garden, this area is exceptionally well maintained and will be appealing to most. Additional Image The Approach / Garage The property is accessed via double opening electronic gates which give access to the block paved driveway and the single garage. The garage has power, lighting and a large mezzanine which is useful for storage. Floor Plans For illustrative purposes only. Not to scale. Plan indicates property layout only. General Information Littlethorpe is a popular location situated close to Narborough Train Station which is part of the Midland Mainline Network giving direct access to Coventry, Nuneaton, Birmingham, Nottingham and Leicester City centre which is a major centre of employment and commercial activity, offering a fine range of amenities therein. Littlethorpe is also particularly conveniently placed for access to Junction 21 of the M1\M69 motorway network which provides direct access to further major centres of employment including Northampton, Nottingham and Derby, as well as the International Airport at Castle Donington. The combined centres of Littlethorpe, Narborough and Enderby offer amenities to include numerous shops and businesses, as well as schooling and recreational pursuits. Offer Procedure If you are obtaining a mortgage on this property, one of our qualified mortgage consultants will contact you to qualify the offer on behalf of our vendors. 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Much improved, a delightful, spacious period cottage retaining many original features including inglenook fireplaces, deep window sills and exposed beams. Sitting and dining rooms, large garden room, two double bedrooms. Private garden. Garage/workshop. Gas fired CH and double glazing. EPC E. The Situation Overlooking the picturesque Taw Valley, the rural North Devon village of High Bickington boasts an active community and good local amenities including a Post Office and shop, two public houses, pre-school, primary school, doctor's surgery, places of worship and a regular bus service to Barnstaple and Exeter. The centre of this attractive, traditional village has many character properties and thatched cottages. The village falls within the catchment area for the very well regarded Chulmleigh Community College. Close by is Libbaton Golf Course, a long, 18 hole parkland course and the village also offers football, cricket and judo clubs and a playing field, making it very family friendly.More extensive shopping facilities and amenities are available at Great Torrington, home to RHS Rosemoor, and about 7 miles distant. The historic market town of South Molton is around 10 miles and enjoys twice weekly local produce markets. Barnstaple, North Devon's regional centre is approximately 10 miles away. The town is located on the banks of the Rivers Taw and Yeo and houses the areas main business, commercial, leisure and shopping venues. Exeter is about 30 miles, and the M5 Motorway about 31 miles. The railway station at Umberleigh on the charming Tarka Line, which winds through the Taw Valley, connects with main line services for London Paddington at Exeter. Exmoor, offering superb walking, fishing and equestrian opportunities and North Devon's famous coastline, with its range of safe and sandy beaches, are both about half an hour by car. The Property Although much improved in more recent years, this charming, attached, period cottage retains many original features including inglenook fireplaces, brace and ledged doors and exposed beams. Improvements include gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazed windows as well as a new kitchen. Attractively presented, the accommodation comprises a large garden room with a pleasing outlook, sitting room and separate dining room, modern kitchen, utility room, two double bedrooms and bathroom with a white suite. The cottage also enjoys a good letting record. Garden room - 18' 1'' x 7' 4'' (5.51m x 2.24m) A delightful, south facing, garden room with polycarbonate roof, double glazed windows, built in seating with useful storage underneath, built in log store and outlook onto the garden. Sitting Room - 17' 1'' x 11' 1'' (5.21m x 3.38m) Window to garden room, large inglenook fireplace with bread oven and under lighting, cast iron wood burner, beamed ceiling, shelved recess, stairs to the first floor and understairs cupboard. Dining Room - 11' 11'' x 11' 1'' (3.63m x 3.38m) Deep silled window to rear garden, beamed ceiling, recessed large inglenook fireplace with slate hearth and wood burner, wood mantle over, built in cupboards with glass fronted doors. Kitchen - 11' 2'' x 6' 3'' (3.4m x 1.91m) A double aspect room with beech work surfaces with cupboards and drawers below, matching wall cupboards, space for gas cooker with tiled splashback, further work surface with Butler sink, cupboards below and recess over, attractive deep silled bay window with cupboard below, stable door to outside, double glazed velux roof light, inset spotlights and tiled floor. Utility room - 9' 3'' x 6' 3'' (2.82m x 1.91m) Window to front, work surfaces with stainless steel single drainer sink, cupboards under, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, wall mounted gas fired boiler feeding domestic hot water and central heating, hatch to loft space, inset spotlights and tiled floor. Bathroom - 2' 5'' x 1' 8'' (0.74m x 0.51m) Comprising 3 piece white suite with modern panelled bath in extensive tiled surround with Mains shower over, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, part panelled walls and tiled floor. First Floor Landing Deep silled double glazed window facing rear garden, hatch to loft space, doors to:- Bedroom 1 - 12' 4'' x 12' (3.76m x 3.66m) Built in double wardrobe, deep silled window facing rear elevation with views over the surrounding countryside. Bedroom 2 - 11' x 10' 10'' (3.35m x 3.3m) Featuring two fitted wardrobes, airing cupboard housing hot water tank, wash hand basin in vanity unit with tiled splashback and deep silled window to the rear garden. Outside Outside there is an enclosed, south facing garden offering a high degree of privacy. Being mainly paved, it has various plants and shrubs for easy maintenance as well as two small ponds. There is also a timber shed to the side of the garden. The property also benefits from a stone outbuilding of irregular shape 16'1" x 15'5" narrowing to 9'1" (4.9m max x 4.7m narrowing to 2.76m) with timber double doors to the front, useful as a Workshop or small Garage. Services, Council Tax & Tenure Mains gas, water, drainage and electricity. Council Tax: Band C. Freehold. EPC rating E. Directions From Umberleigh proceed to Atherington and then take to road to High Bickington, continue through village on the main road, from the Golden Lion Public House (on the left) continue past and take the third small land on the right hand side at Cross Parks signposted Vauterhill. Follow this lane for a short distance and Crabapple Cottage will be found on the left. Measurements Measurements: All measurements are approximate. While we endeavour to make our particulars accurate and reliable, if there is any point which is of particular importance please contact us and we will be pleased to provide further information, particularly if you are travelling some distance to view. 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Moss and Co are delighted to offer this deceptively spacious three bedroom detached bungalow situated in the popular residential village of Clipstone and within easy reach of all local shops, schools and amenities. In brief the accommodation comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen / diner, conservatory, inner hallway, three bedrooms and the family bathroom. To the rear of the property is a private and enclosed garden laid mainly to lawn with a variety of plants, trees and shrubs and backing onto Vicars Water Country Park. Ample off road parking is provided with a large driveway leading to the single garage. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing and viewing is essential to fully appreciate the position and size of the property on offer. * Detached Bungalow * Three Bedrooms * Two Reception Rooms * Conservatory * Private Garden * Ample Off Road Parking * Popular Location * Deceptively Spacious Lounge 5.05m (16'7') x 4.24m (13'11') Having a feature brick wall with gas fire and back boiler, radiator and window to the rear elevation. Arch way through to dining room. Dining Room 4.60m (15'1') x 3.66m (12'0') Having a telephone point, radiator and a window to the side elevation. Archway through to: Kitchen / Diner 4.55m (14'11') x 3.28m (10'9') Having a range of matching wall, base and drawer units with solid wooden worktops over and inset stainless steel sink drainer, space for a freestanding Range style cooker with extractor hood over, space for a fridge and freezer, tiled splash backs, radiator, window to the rear elevation and door to the side elevation. Conservatory 5.61m (18'5') x 2.16m (7'1') Having space for a tumble dryer, plumbing for a washing machine, tiled flooring and doors to the rear elevation. Inner Hallway Having a picture rail and a radiator. Bedroom One 4.22m (13'10') x 3.94m (12'11') Having solid oak flooring, feature brick wall, radiator and window to the front elevation. Bedroom Two 3.10m (10'2') x 2.82m (9'3') Having wooden flooring, coving to the ceiling, picture rail, radiator and window to the rear elevation. Bedroom Three 3.43m (11'3') x 2.13m (7'0') Having access to the loft space with ladders, radiator and window to the rear elevation. Bathroom 2.01m (6'7') x 1.63m (5'4') Having a white three piece suite comprising low flush wc, wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over bath, tiled walls, wooden flooring, radiator and window to the side elevation. Cellar Having power and light. Outside To the rear of the property is a garden laid mainly to lawn with a paved patio area, a variety of plants, trees and shrubs and hedge and fence surround. Parking To the front of the property is a driveway leading to double gates beyond which is a further driveway leading to a single garage with power and light. Please Note There is potential for commercial use subject to the relevant planning permissions. The current Vendors are in the process of obtaining planning permission for a building plot to the rear of the property. http://www.arkadia.com/zpoc-t1746039/
SUMMARY A detached house with former Butchers Shop, Outbuildings and Studio Style Annexe, benefiting from good sized rear gardens, 4 Bedrooms and 2 Reception Rooms and being situated within the village of Benington. DESCRIPTION Detached 4 Bedroom House with Outbuildings and Annexe Sun Room / Conservatory 21' 4" maximum x 6' 3" ( 6.50m maximum x 1.91m ) Having partially obscure glazed rear entrance door, windows to dual aspects, tiled flooring, ceiling mounted lighting, sliding patio door through to Dining Area. Fitted counter top with base level cupboards and drawers beneath, matching eye level wall unit and larder unit. Door through to: - Living Kitchen 23' 5" maximum x 13' 10" maximum ( 7.14m maximum x 4.22m maximum ) Having roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashbacks and inset 1 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, extensive range of base cupboards and drawers, matching eye level wall units, matching central island with base cupboards beneath. 8 ring LPG Range with double oven, grill and warming tray and illuminated fume extractor above. Integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. Window, fluorescent ceiling striplight. Open plan through to the Living/Dining Area which is served by ceiling light point and electric night storage radiator. Inner Lobby Having return staircase leading off, ceiling light point, ceiling mounted smoke alarm, telephone point, walk-in Pantry with wall mounted shelving and light within. Ground Floor Shower Room Having pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, WC, fitted double shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower and tiling within, obscure glazed window, electric night storage radiator, extractor fan, ceiling light point. Lounge 15' 10" maximum into recess x 11' 11" ( 4.83m maximum into recess x 3.63m ) Having window to front aspect, ceiling light point, electric night storage radiator, windows to dual aspects. feature fireplace surround with tiled hearth and exposed brickwork inset. Sitting Room 12' 1" maximum into recess x 11' 10" maximum ( 3.68m maximum into recess x 3.61m maximum ) Having window to front aspect, electric night storage radiator, picture rail, ceiling light point. Stairs & First Floor Landing Having ceiling light point, ceiling mounted smoke alarm. Bedroom 1 12' 3" x 11' 9" ( 3.73m x 3.58m ) Having window to front aspect, electric night storage radiator, ceiling light point. Bedroom 2 10' 11" x 9' 2" maximum into recess ( 3.33m x 2.79m maximum into recess ) Having window to front aspect, ceiling light point, electric night storage radiator. Bedroom 3 12' 6" x 10' ( 3.81m x 3.05m ) Having window to side aspect, ceiling light point, electric night storage radiator. Bedroom 4 8' 5" x 6' 3" ( 2.57m x 1.91m ) Having window to front aspect, ceiling light point. Separate W.C. Having WC, obscure glazed window, wall light point. Bathroom Having tongue & grooved wood panelled bath with telephone style mixer tap, wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity unit beneath, tongue & groove panelling to walls to approximately half height, electric night storage radiator, ceiling light point, obscure glazed window. Exterior The property is approached through gated access leading to the driveway situated to the side of the property, which provides ample off road parking an hardstanding for numerous vehicles and provides access to the property itself, outbuilding and former butchers shop. Former Butchers Shop Having partially obscure glazed rear entrance door leading into a rear entrance area with stainless steel double sink and single drainer unit, base cupboards and drawers, electric hot water heater, ceiling light point, door to the: - Shop Floor Area 18' 9" maximum x 14' 9" ( 5.71m maximum x 4.50m ) Having quarry tiled flooring, walls tiled to the majority, fluorescent striplighting, windows to dual aspects, road frontage access door, fitted cold store, ceiling mounted meat hooks. Garage Workshop Having up-and-over door, served by power and lighting. Preparation Outbuildings This range of outbuildings is currently used as a preparation area, however, in the Agents opinion could be used for post commercial possibilities, subject to gaining any relevant planning permissions and consents from the relevant local authorities. The buildings comprise: - Office Area Having corner wash hand basin, tiled splashback, fluorescent ceiling lighting, Store Room Having wall mounted lighting and power. Preparation Area Served by power and lighting, counter top with inset sink and drainer with mixer tap, corner wash hand basin, window, fluorescent ceiling striplight. Rear Courtyard Providing access to further adjoining stores and being served by lighting. Studio Style Annexe Having obscure glazed rear entrance door leading into the: - Living Kitchen Area 17' 9" maximum x 9' 10" ( 5.41m maximum x 3.00m ) Having roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashbacks and inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit, wood fronted base cupboards, space for electric cooker, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled flooring, window to rear aspect, ceiling light point. Open plan through to the Living Area which benefits from tiled flooring, access to roof space, ceiling light point. Bedroom 9' 9" x 8' 10" ( 2.97m x 2.69m ) Having window to front aspect, ceiling light point, ceiling mounted smoke alarm. Shower Room Having pedestal wash hand basin, WC, shower cubicle with wall mounted Creda electric shower within, electric heater, tiled splashbacks, obscure glazed window. Outside W.C. Having WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, ceiling light. Low level gated access leads to the gardens which initially comprise and area of hardstanding, with low level wall providing entertaining space. Steps lead down to the remainder of the garden which is predominantly laid to well presented shaped lawn with beds and borders containing a variety of established plants, shrubs and trees. Large sunken pond with rockery. Sheltered Entertaining Area Being served by power and lighting and housing Timber Garden Shed to one side. DIRECTIONS From Boston, take the A52 (signposted Skegness) and proceed towards the village of Benington. Continue round the sharp left hand bend. The property can be found a short distance along on the right hand side, identifiable by a William H Brown 'For Sale' board. 1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale. 2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property. 3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture. 4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase. 5. THESE PARTICULARS ARE ISSUED IN GOOD FAITH BUT DO NOT CONSTITUTE REPRESENTATIONS OF FACT OR FORM PART OF ANY OFFER OR CONTRACT. THE MATTERS REFERRED TO IN THESE PARTICULARS SHOULD BE INDEPENDENTLY VERIFIED BY PROSPECTIVE BUYERS OR TENANTS. NEITHER SEQUENCE (UK) LIMITED NOR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES OR AGENTS HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO MAKE OR GIVE ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATEVER IN RELATION TO THIS PROPERTY. http://www.arkadia.com/pveo-t477476/
This property is presented by ListGlobally on behalf of: Georgia Weston of Raine & Horne Oakbank Price: $1,790,000 AUD An absolutely compelling property with so many elements of commercial diversity to enhance income and lifestyle uniquely and conveniently positioned for business within a 20km radius of the City Centre, and professional life in Adelaide CBD, close to Adelaide International Airport and of course local public and private schooling. The country comprises rich irrigation flats, to rising undulating land. Water supply is excellent in terms of water availability and overall quality with a large artisan bore drilled to 800 feet equipped with a 22 kilowatt 3 phase Hitachi motor, on well master hose. The bore flow is quoted at approximately 13,000 gallons per hour (test) pumping approximately 10,000 gallons per hour with approximately 560ppm water quality, irrigating pasture on the river flat. The vineyard bore has a Grundfos SP8A30-5.5 kilowatt submersible pump (new 2011) with flexi bore hose. Quoted at approximately 2,500 gallons per hour (capacity of 8,000 gallons per hour) pumping from 90 metres at approx 450ppm. There are three major hydrants along the front for the large traveling irrigator and there are three hydrants on the eastern side irrigation flats for the smaller irrigator. The main irrigation line runs through the middle of the irrigation paddocks and is 4 inch PVC. The large, main dam on the property is a spring fed, million gallon dam. There are also 2 other lakes near the homestead with the creek system flowing through. The vineyard is fed from the vineyard bore via 3 inch PVC. A 15,000 concrete header tank supplying the house and winery with water, which has an automatic float switch. The Sauvignon Blanc is fed direct from the bore in two stages with 3 inch PVC to the top of the planting. The 5,000-gallon tank next to the main header tank forms part of the winery waste water holding. The winery was previously licensed for 70 tons, more recently operated unlicensed, under lease. The area covers a huge expanse of 35m x 16m with wine making processing and insulated storage facilitie... As conversion rates between global currencies change daily, the local currency displayed on this portal may not be applicable for the duration of the listing advertisement. The price of this property is listed in Australian Dollars (AUD) at the beginning of this description and that should be used as a price guide for this property. (listglobally ref.: #LG244556)
This original house is in the traditional village of Belmont, the selling price of this property also includes the total refom this property, including new bathrooms, plumbing, roofs and more power plants. Older present us with these properties have joined a local builder to include both the purchase price and the work of reform. Currently benefit from 150mts 84mts constructed on a plot of land with 30 meters courtyard this property has many opportunities and will be refurbished to the highest standards. Builders are always available to explain the reform and discuss your needs. At present, only has a few properties available at this time however if you want to buy the property without the cost of reform please ask at the office for more details Belmont is a town in the province of Cordoba, Andalucia, Spain. It is located in the heart of Valle del Guadiato. It has 3,373 inhabitants (INE 2007). One access to Belmont from the variant comes next to the shrine of the Virgen de los Remedios, so the first greeting that gets the traveler is the Patron of the town. On a visit to the population is forced up to the castle, which begins in the steep streets along the shrine of the Virgen del Castillo, a little above, a recent red stone arch framed the castle here offers better looking than seen up close: the walls, punctuated by projecting cylindrical towers sit on the bare dominadoramente base eroded rocks, forming, above a wall and then ramp down to the very roofs of the village. On the streets, urban spine is the street of the village Cordoba, amounting line, and nearer, the parish tower emerges from the rooftops, red like them. The upper section of the street Córdoba is the main commercial hub of Belmont. Waterfront Park, University Avenue down to the bullring, which celebrated 75 years with the Cordoba is the most famous. In the urban area is a mansion, but the main thing to mention here, the City Hall, built in the second half of the nineteenth century. Noteworthy is the church of Our Lady of the Annunciation, founded in the thirteenth century, following the Reconquista. The tower represents the best evidence of the medieval work of the temple. Also medieval hermitage of Nuestra Señora del Castillo, is reduced to a single nave are pointed transverse arches in the side remains a beautiful cover under conopio typical vintage Catholic Monarchs. It is situated in Sierra cowherd Reservoir [Edit] Castle Belmez Main article: Château de Belmont Belmont Castle, like others who populated the northern province of Cordoba, guarding the old road to Los Pedroches. A strength is reached by a steep and winding staircase that goes from the street Rafael Canalejo Cantero. Along its route are arranged to allow some landings catch his breath, and from the quarry can be seen that in the nineteenth century was about to ruin this enclave. Access to the site is via a door limited, in one of the cubes. Beside her was a watchtower, a typical Arab defense system. Elongated, the plant adapts to the land on which it stands, a huge rock on the northwest side impassable by deep cliffs. Six semi-cylindrical towers arranged along a wall with sections of varying thickness around the inner enclosure, in whose courtyard, now covered with vegetation, remains a well-known popularly as the tread of the horse, and, given the nature of the terrain always contains water. The Tower of Homage of pentagonal and eleven meters high, is divided into two floors trimmed in brick vaults. Its interior reveals today the unfortunate and unsightly reconstruction work, regardless of the past, were made in 2001. Was topped by battlements and turrets, obvious defensive have disappeared over time. Among its highlights a few window openings arch. From the balconies can be Sierra Palacios, the dam of Sierra Boyera and an artificial lake originated from a mine. From the top of the tower can be seen also from nearby towns, some mine shafts and railways that were once passengers between Cordoba and Almorchón and now only used for freight transport. Virtual Tour of Belmont Castle Belmont Technical College of Main article: Belmont Technical College of The Technical College of Belmont (EUPB) is the only campus of the University of Córdoba outside the capital, located in the town of Belmont, 70 km from Cordoba. Founded in 1924 as Practice School of Mineworkers (in 1930 it called Technical School) and until 1973 depended on the University of Seville. In that year he joined the newly founded University of Córdoba. In 1977 the school moved to its present location and left his previous building, which is now an outpatient Belmont. Andalusian Historical Heritage Economy Belmont\'s economy is greatly influenced by its geographic specificity, their full inclusion in the range of socio-economic depression and the deficit High Guadiato several supporting infrastructure, has joined the rural exodus of recent decades and over-specialization of the economy in local mining and industrial sector. The decline of coal mining could not be compensated by the agricultural sector, which has suffered even a greater crisis. [Edit] Events The traditional festival of Belmont is the day of the screws on the evening of January 19, the youth of the town going to the nearby mountains to take bunches of thyme, are brought to their doorsteps, street crossings or square , where the dogs to touch souls, when they were on fire. This is a joyful night where people sing, dance and play around the candles. May 15 is celebrated the festival of San Isidro, patron of Belmont, religious procession followed by a parade of floats, farmers are doing in honor of the saint, which procession through the village and then move to the estate of \"The Mesto \"where is the Pilgrimage jacket. Easter belmezana has four sizes of Seville Antonio Castillo Lastrucci imager, located in the parish of Our Lady of the Annunciation (Nazareth, the Crucified, Our Lady of Sorrows and recumbent). Holy Wednesday represented the Via Crucis, the Holy Thursday procession sizes of Our Father Jesus of Nazareth and the Christ crucified, and finally the Good Friday procession with the image of the Reclining Christ and the image of Our Lady of Sorrows. Easter Sunday and Easter are celebrated are picnics with friends. June 13 is celebrated the festival of San Antonio, organized by the Neighborhood Association of the Pool. La verbena de la Virgen del Castillo, held the first weekend of August is a popular festival which takes place the Esplanade \"Hospitalillo\" next to the chapel of the castle. The festivities are held from 7 to 11 September in honor of Nuestra Señora Virgen de los Remedios. Begin with the transfer size procession from the shrine of Nuestra Señora Virgen de los Remedios Church of the Annunciation. After the procession from the hall door out the Parade of Giants and Big-heads. The following days are filled with activities: dances, receptions, exhibitions, bullfights, soccer ... The festivities conclude on 11 with the new movement and procession of the Virgen de los Remedios, from the church to the chapel. As a finishing touch, a final fireworks show closes the festivities. The festivities in honor of Santa Barbara held on 4 December. It will throw firecrackers and take a drink. The Brotherhood of Santa Barbara is organizing a dinner. Also students from the Polytechnic School of Belmont (formerly Minera EUIT) celebrate his feast. http://www.arkadia.com/accp-t758/