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House - Villa, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

Apartment located in the prestigious Westminster Palace Gardens with concierge, consisting of high ceilings, large windows in all rooms, two balconies and two bedrooms, living room with modern open space kitchen and bathroom.Close to the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, Victoria Station, many shops, restaurants, bars and all public services in the area.

M2: 62 - Price: £1,026,429

Parking Space, Bradford, Sale - United Kingdom (UK)

Euroresales Property ID- 9825737 Land Information: 3 Carparks 2 Carparks in Bradford and 1 in Bury Locations: Bury Football Club, Appleton Point Bradford Appleton Point Basement Level Carpark and Lower Ground Floor Car Park €10,000 per Car Park Commercial Car Parks About the Areas: Bury Bury is a town in Greater Manchester, England,[1] on the River Irwell 5.5 miles (8.9 km) east of Bolton, 5.9 miles (9.5 km) southwest of Rochdale and 7.9 miles (12.7 km) northwest of Manchester. Bury is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, and had a population of 78,723 in 2015;[2] the borough had a population of 187,474 in 2011. Historically part of Lancashire, Bury emerged in the Industrial Revolution as a mill town manufacturing textiles. Bury is known for its open-air Bury Market and the traditional local dish, black pudding. The Manchester Metrolink tram system has a terminus in the town. Bury-born Sir Robert Peel was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and founded the Metropolitan Police and Conservative Party. The Peel Memorial stands outside Bury parish church and the Peel Monument on Holcombe Hill, Ramsbottom, overlooking the borough. Bradford The City of Bradford is a local government district of West Yorkshire, England, with the status of a city and metropolitan borough. It is named after its largest settlement, Bradford, but covers a far larger area which includes the towns and villages of Keighley, Shipley, Bingley, Ilkley, Haworth, Silsden, Queensbury, Thornton and Denholme. Bradford has a population of 528,155, making it the fourth-most populous metropolitan district and the sixth-most populous local authority district in England. It forms part of the West Yorkshire Urban Area conurbation which in 2011 had a population of 1,777,934,and the city is part of the Leeds-Bradford Larger Urban Zone (LUZ), which, with a population of 2,393,300, is the fourth largest in the United Kingdom after London, Birmingham and Manchester. The city is situated on the edge of the Pennines, and is bounded to the east by the City of Leeds, the south east by the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees and the south west by the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale. The Pendle borough of Lancashire lies to the west, whilst the Craven and Harrogate boroughs of North Yorkshire lie to the north west and north east of the city. Bradford is the 4th largest metropolitan district in the country, and the contiguous urban area to the north which includes the towns of Shipley and Bingley is heavily populated. The spa town of Ilkley lies further north, whilst the town of Keighley lies to the west. Roughly two thirds of the district is rural, with an environment varying from moorlands in the north and west, to valleys and floodplains formed by the river systems that flow throughout the district. More than half of Bradford's land is green open space, stretching over part of the Airedale and Wharfedale Valleys, across the hills and the Pennine moorland between. The Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District are both in close proximity. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

M2: 1,000 - Price: £30,000

Other Commercial Businesses , Belleek, Sale - United Kingdom (UK)

Features-Glen Eden Hotel on the banks of the River Erne.-35 ensuite bedrooms.-Bar, restaurant, function room.-On-site parking to the rear.-Ready to go the business opportunityRare opportunity to purchase existing Hotel premises, ideally located on the banks of the River Erne opposite Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre. Belleek is a thriving border market town and is internationally renowned for Belleek Pottery. The property provides a purchaser with a "ready to go" business providing a modern and well fitted out hotel. The hotel has traded successfully in the past and provides an ideal setting for weddings and additional seasonal trade due to its close proximity to Donegal. Furthermore, the hotel is located close to the Lough Erne Golf Resort. The greater part of the village lies within County Fermanagh and part of it across the border into County Donegal. Enniskillen lies approximately 23 miles southeast of Belleek via the scenic A46.Please note that the Hotel has been closed for 12 months and that trading figures are unavailable.The property itself comprises a two-story hotel with a part basement which is of traditional construction covered primarily with a pitched roof. To the rear of the property adjacent to the car park is the most recent development which comprises 16 no. ensuite bedrooms. Much of the bar, restaurant and bedroom accommodation overlooks the River Erne.Internally the hotel comprises the Front and Riverfront bars, restaurant, function room, 35 no. ensuite bedrooms (18 of which require modernization), with ancillary service accommodation and facilities. The hotel is equipped and provides the purchaser a ready to go opportunity, with fixtures and fittings included within the sale.The hotel comprises 35 no. ensuite bedrooms over ground and first floors providing double, twin and triple room accommodation including a luxurious honeymoon suite. The rooms are finished to a good standard, in particular, the newer accommodation comprising 16 ensuite rooms with the remaining 19 bedrooms forming part of the original building (18 of which require modernization).The property provides adequate ancillary and service staff accommodation as well as space for a gym located in the lower ground. The building is serviced by a passenger lift over the 3 levels.Externally the hotel provides approximately 30 car parking spaces to the rear as well as bottle and smoking facilities to the front and side overlooking the River Erne. ACCOMMODATIONPart BasementIncludes space for a gym with wc/shower facilities.Ground FloorReception, front Bar, Riverfront Bar, Clogher Function Suite, Erne Restaurant, Kitchen/Stores and 8 ensuite bedrooms.First Floor27 ensuite bedrooms including a honeymoon suite (some of which require modernization)FIXTURES & FITTINGSMost of the fixtures and fittings within the building are owned by the vendor which will be included in the sale.TENUREWe understand the premises are on a leasehold basis, under a 1000 year lease which commenced on the 13th March 1986.RATESWe are advised by The Land and Property Services web site an annual rate liability of circa £20,000.VATWe are advised that VAT will not be payable on the purchase price.DirectionsLocated on the banks of the River Erne opposite Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre. Belleek is a thriving border market town and is internationally renowned for Belleek Pottery.The greater part of the village lies within County Fermanagh and part of it across the border into County Donegal. Enniskillen lies approximately 23 miles southeast of Belleek via the scenic A46. In addition, Belleek is located 106 miles (170 km) west of Belfast, 125 miles (201 km) northwest of Dublin and 62 miles (100 km) southwest of Derry.

- Price: £715,481

Apartment, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

London Heights is a collection of newly developed 12 x 1 bedroom apartments of highest quality and specification that are new, modern and opulent living for the professional market.<br />
 The property is rented to professionals with a rent roll of andpound;120,000 per annum.<br />
 It is situated in Camberley, 35 minutes from London in an area that is being regenerated to create an exceptional area to live and work (see attachment)<br />
 There is also an additional ability to add value by way of adding another floor to the building to create 2 penthouse apartments. Planning already granted for this in 2019.<br />
 The building has a full 10-year build warranty <br />
 The property was valued by Savills in March 2020 at andpound;2,615,000. After the works to add the 2 new apartments, the property would be worth andpound;3,000,000. This is not accounting for the capital value rise in the area once all the regeneration has been completed.<br />
 A managing agent can be arranged for any prospective buyer making this a completely hands-off investment opportunity.<br />
 This would suit anyone who wants to capitalize on the opportunity to acquire an income-producing asset in a strong area of capital growth that provides buyers the chance to also add further value in the future.<br />

- Price: £2,698,547

House - Villa, £630,975, Sale - London (Greater London)

Key features<br />
 A Most Appealing Property Only 1 Mile from Midgham Station Set Amidst the Glorious Backdrop of the West Berkshire Countryside Formerly the Buildings andamp; Grounds of Douai Abbey School Large Reception Hall - Great for Entertaining Sitting Room Featuring Vaulted Ceiling with Atrium Window Bedroom Three/Study with En-suite Shower Room Master Bedroom with Adjoining WC Bedroom Two andamp; Main Shower Room Two Parking Spaces (One is a Secure Underground Space) Own Small Garden Area andamp; Splendid Landscaped Communal Gardens/Grounds<br />
 Full descriptionA stylish and charming property set within the buildings and grounds of the former Douai Abbey School. Situated in the heart of the West Berkshire countryside within easy reach of Reading, Newbury and the M4 Motorway. This property is ideal as a full time home, country retreat or lock up and go.Newbury - 8 milesReading - 11 milesTheale (M4/J12) - 6 milesCentral London - 50 milesMidgham Station - 1 mile(Mileages are approximate)Upper WoolhamptonSituated in an elevated position on the edge of the Kennet Valley within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounded by glorious countryside. Within a short walk you can exercise your dog, play tennis, cricket, golf, football or just relax with a drink in the new sports pavilion. Within a short drive: sailing, fly and course fishing, polo, field sports, fitness gym, swimming pool, nature reserves, garden centres and a variety of great pubs and fine dining.Abbey GardensSympathetic refurbishment of the Grade II Listed original school buildings together with a variety of new houses and apartments provides peaceful and comfortable community living.Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Bedroom Three/Study with En-suite Shower Room, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Master Bedroom with adjoining WC, Bedroom Two, Shower Room, Two Allocated Parking Spaces (One Underground), Communal Landscaped Gardens and Wildlife Flower Meadow.AccommodationAs illustrated on the accompanying floorplan and featuring the following:andbull;Electric Fischer radiator heating system throughout with individual room thermostatsandbull;Panelled internal doors with brass fittingsandbull;French oak luxury fitted kitchen with integrated Bosch appliances and foldable table and seatingandbull;Outstanding designer shower rooms and wc (the main shower room is a particular delight)andbull;Excellent fitted display cabinets and wardrobe/ cupboard spaceandbull;Sitting room with pair of feature oak/glazed doors and vaulted ceiling with atrium windowandbull;TV, Sky and Gigaclear broadband pointsandbull;Intruder alarm systemandbull;Attractive stone mullion windows (with discreet and effective secondary glazed panels) throughoutOutside3 Abbey Gardens: A small paved terrace with wall light and doors from the sitting room. The property comes with its own planted and grassed areas too, all maintained as part of the communal gardens.Communal Gardens and Wildlife Flower Meadow: The grounds comprise formal courtyard spaces, pathways, lawns and a newly established wildlife flower meadow all of which are well maintained for the enjoyment of the residents but without having the responsibility of doing any maintenance. A variety of communal seating and BBQ facilities are arranged within the grounds and gardens for use by the residents.Car Parking: One allocated space directly in front of the property and one in the secure underground carpark. The underground carpark space includes an allocated secure metal storage cage. Lift access from the carpark to ground level.Bike Storage: Secure caged storage in the underground carpark.Household Recycling and Waste Disposal: Facilities located within 25 metres.Energy Performance Rating: EPC exempt due to the building being Grade II Listed.Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected.Council Tax: Payable for the year 2019/20 - andpound;2,651.83 (Band F).Local Authority: West Berkshire Council, Market Street, Newbury.Tenure: Leasehold property held upon the balance of a 999 year lease at a ground rent of andpound;150 per annum.Service Charge: The Service Charge is andpound;325.33 pcm for the current year to include all common parts, internal and external maintenance and cleaning, buildings insurance and a contribution towards the developments reserve fund.Management Company: Each owner is a director of the management company which ensures that the buildings and grounds are kept in good condition to meet the residentsandrsquo; needs under the supervision of their own Estate Manager.Estate Manager: Ensures the smooth running and maintenance of Abbey Gardens on a day to day basis. Provides residents with introductions and support for help with their everyday needs including home cleaning, trades people for internal property maintenance, dry cleaning, etc.Post Code: RG7 5TZ.Directions: From Theale (M4/J12) proceed west on the A4 towards Newbury, continue past the turning to Beenham and then go straight across the next roundabout. After about two thirds of a mile turn right onto Cods Hill. Proceed up this road where after about one mile Abbey Gardens will be found on the right hand side.

- Price: £630,975

House - Villa, Kent, Sale - United Kingdom (UK)

Superb 3 Bedroom House in Kent EnglandEuroresales Property ID – 9825031Property information: This property is a spacious 3-bedroom house located in a popular modern development in Minster on Sea on the Isle of Sheppey, North Kent, England.The property boasts spacious living accommodation throughout and comprises of a large open plan living room, kitchen fitted with modern appliances and a cloakroom on the ground floor.Upstairs is a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room, family bathroom and two large bedrooms.The property also includes a private garden with a patio area which provides a wonderful area to spend time and relax.Also included is a secure garage and private, off-street parking for one vehicle.The property is located close by to local amenities including: schools, shops and transport links.The property also has central heating.Other Information:Bedrooms – 3Bathrooms – 3Private GardenPrivate ParkingSecure GaragePopular LocationCentral HeatingAbout the Area:The Isle of Sheppey is an island off the northern coast of Kent, England, neighbouring the Thames Estuary, centred 42 miles from central London. It has an area of 36 square miles. The island forms part of the local government district of Swale. Sheppey is derived from Old English Sceapig, meaning "Sheep Island".Today's island was historically known as the "Isles of Sheppey" which were Sheppey itself, the Isle of Harty to the south east and the Isle of Elmley to the south west. Over time the channels between the islands have silted up to make one continuous island. Sheppey, like much of north Kent, is largely formed from London Clay and is a plentiful source of fossils. The Mount near Minster rises to 250 feet above sea level and is the highest point on the island. The rest of Sheppey is low-lying and the southern part of the island is marshy land criss-crossed by inlets and drains, largely used for grazing.The Kingsferry Bridge was first built in 1860, thus eliminating the need for ferries. Over time, there have been four bridges built over the Swale at this point. All bridges had to allow sufficient clearance for shipping heading to the commercial docks at Ridham.

M2: 0 - Price: £249,995

Apartment, Caverswall, Sale - United Kingdom (UK)

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 This breathtaking castle is in a fully enclosed setting located just outside the village of Caverswall in Staffordshire, to the south-west of the Staffordshire Moorlands. The castle dates back to 1275 and is almost completely hidden from view and away from the traffic and the busy town centre. This moated castle for sale in the United Kingdom is one of the oldest settlements in Staffordshire and is steeped in history.<br />
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 The gateway to the castle is found between two churches and the estate is approximately 20 acres. It is accessed via a double round arched bridge that spans the moat. The castle went through an extensive repair, restoration and modernisation programme a few years ago and is ready to move straight into. Annual running and maintenance costs are very low. The castle has previously been used as a B andamp; B and would make an ideal commercial hotel and venue.<br />
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 The main door is a double solid oak, Tudor studded door and surrounding the castle lie four octagonal turrets where you will find lounges, kitchenettes, double bedrooms and bathrooms creating the ideal self-contained accommodation. The bathrooms in the main house have been renovated to a very high standard and most contain double jacuzzi bath providing the luxury that this property warrants. <br />
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 As well as the recently granted Planning Permission for Hotel andamp; Spa, the property also has a Full Premises Licence to serve alcohol and hold events and functions. There is also ample room for a further 5 extra bedrooms if the buyer wishes. Further details are all available on request.<br />
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 The Castle's History<br />
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 In 1275 the property was owned by the Caverswall family who was granted a license to crenellate or fortify their manor house which resulted in a medieval moated castle with 4 towers and a keep within the walls. <br />
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 By the 17th century the castle was decayed and neglected and in 1615 was purchased by Matthew Cradock of Stafford, a local wool merchant and first mayor of Stafford who also became a Member of Parliament for Stafford in 1621. He built the present mansion house retaining the old castle walls.<br />
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 The estate was sold to William Joliffe, High Sheriff of Staffordshire, in 1655 but the eventual heir, 2nd Viscount William Vane, was forced to sell it and there were then several owners until 1811 when it was occupied as a convent for the Benedictine Order who later sold it to Sir Perceval Radcliffe in 1853.<br />
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 In the 1880s, it belonged to the Wedgwood family who added the decorative Wedgewood ceiling which is still in place, in all its grandeur, in the library. In 1891, it was bought by W.E. Bowers who carried out extensive renovations and improvements before he sold it in 1933 to the Sisters of the Holy Ghost, who in turn sold it in 1965 to another convent, The Daughters of the House of Mary. <br />
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 In 1977 the Castle was sold on to various people and it was eventually purchased by the current owner who has had it lovingly restored to the magical estate we see today. Further Castle history is available on request.<br />
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 A magnificent estate available to buy in the United Kingdom with planning permission and excellent potential!!<br />
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- Price: £5,521,036

Apartment, Kingston Upon Thames, Sale - Kingston Upon Thames (Greater London)

Private Apartment39 Norbiton Hall London Road Kingston upon Thames Greater London This lovely apartment is located in Kingston upon Thames, a town in Greater London and is a great investment buy in the United Kingdom. It is a 2 bedroom apartment that has been turned into 3 studio rooms for student share.The apartment is on the fourth floor of the building and is part furnished to suit students. The front of the private building is on the main road and the back faces the gardens. It is located in a popular university area, near two commuter rail lines and Kingston hospital.This is a fabulous property for sale in United Kingdom and a wonderful investment with 1,500 GBP per calendar month rental profits. It is at the higher end of the market due to investment buy to let and there are 83-85 yr left on the lease.

- Price: £563,371

Apartment, Sutton, Sale - Sutton (Greater London)

Apartment, Sutton, Greater LondonThis is a lovely apartment for sale in London with a sitting tenant and 800 GBP per calendar month. It is an excellent opportunity for the discerning investor.The apartment is located in Sutton, a lovely town about 10 miles from the centre of London. It is a well established middle class suburb, within easy commuting distance of the city. The main High Street has many up-market shops, bars and restaurants.This property is at the higher end of the market and has a 63 yr lease. An excellent investment property to buy in England!!

- Price: £320,000

House - Villa, Harrow, Sale - Harrow (Greater London)

Euroresales Property ID- 9825726 Property Address Flat 7, Queens House, Kymberley Road, Harrow HA1 1HE, UK Sterling Price: £273,000 Property Information: Located in Harrow Town Centre, this former office building has been converted by Harrow Holdings Limited into 91 new apartments to include Studios, 1-Bedrooms. Ideal for First Time Buyers and young professionals, Queens House is conveniently situated for the Town Centre with its range of shops, eateries, Cinema, Gym and having excellent links to central London via Harrow on the Hill station. This superb apartment is a one bedroom, one bathroom first floor apartment in a great central and popular location. The apartment is currently unfurnished but has washing machine, cooker and fridge/freezer. Features/Facilities: - Contemporary Kitchen with Quartz worktop and splashback, integrated appliances to include oven, hob, fridge and freezer. Freestanding washing machine in hall cupboard. - Bathroom is fully tiled with porcelain walls and floor, high gloss vanity unit with incorporated basin, wall hung wc, chrome fixtures and fittings. Heated towel rail. Main Bathroom has a glass shower screen/shower cubicle with fixed shower head. - Engineered wood flooring to Living/Dining room and Hallway. Carpet to Bedrooms. Tiled Bathroom. - Underfloor heating. - Lift access to all floors. - Pre-wired for Broadband and Sky. - LED spotlights throughout. About the Area: The development is ideally located, with impressive views of the iconic Harrow-on-the-Hill skyline and church Spire, the apartments at Queens House are a short walk from not one, but two shopping centres. St Annes and St George’s are on the doorstep of the scheme, providing residents with access to numerous high street brands including Marks & Spencer’s, Debenhams, Boots, H&M, a VUE cinema complex as well as a range of convenient local shops, restaurants and a gym. The development is a short walk to Harrow-on-the-Hill Station - Metropolitan Underground and Chiltern Railways with links into Central London (Baker Street 20 minutes). Harrow-on-the-Hill Bus station is also on the doorstep. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

M2: 323 - Price: £304,000

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