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FOR SALE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION.
On behalf of Nock Deighton - Ludlow
FOR SALE BY CONDITIONAL ONLINE AUCTION.
On behalf of Nock Deighton - Ludlow
Former Farmhouse and Ancient Cornmill
A grade II listed stone built historic former farmhouse and an ancient cornmill all requiring complete modernisation and restoration set in about three quarters of an acre of gardens and
grounds within the pretty quintessential village of Clee St Margaret in popular South Shropshire. Detached stone house in need of renovation.
Clee St Margaret typifies old England. About eight miles from the medieval market town of Ludlow, it is a most desirable village surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Shropshire.
Here is a very rare commodity these days and is ideal for anyone looking for a project to be able to create a lovely country home with a history behind it.
The house itself is in need of complete renovation and presently includes two reception rooms on the ground floor and two bedrooms, a landing bedroom, box room and bathroom on the first floor. There is a cellar accessed from outside which has an original flagstone floor and salting bench.
Adjoining the house is a stone barn and attached pig sty which offers the potential to extend into, subject to obtaining necessary planning consent.
It has been said that there has been a mill on the site dating back as far as the Doomsday Book. The present mill is a detached three storey stone building. The cogged driving wheels are still intact and other mill workings. There is an abundance of exposed timbers and other historic features. There is also evidence of the mill race running up to the building.
Another feature of the property is a detached stone built former bake house. Presently used for storage, it still has the amazing old bake oven and other features.
The grounds amount to around three quarters of an acre and includes the old mill pond, which is now dry. There are numerous mature trees and bushes and the old well is still visible. Part of the grounds are bordered by a brook.
Electricity is connected to the house and adjoining barn. There is mains water and a relatively modern private sewage treatment plant.
Please Note ** The buyer will have a right of water for the Mill Leat **
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(a) 4.8% (including VAT) of the purchase price, for properties up to and including £250,000
(b) 3.6% (including VAT) of the purchase price for properties sold for over £250,000
The Reservation Fee is subject always to a minimum of £6,000 (including VAT). The Reservation Fee does not contribute to the purchase price.
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This property is listed under the Conditional with Reservation Fee sale method, therefore the deposit will be payable on exchange of contracts and executed via the solicitors. The amount to be paid will be listed in the Special Conditions of Sale.
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As the actual purchase price amounted to £170,000, after the auction, you will be required to pay the following additional amounts on top of the initial payment:
• £960 for Reservation Fee shortfall (£8160 due as 4.8% of actual purchase price)
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