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We are very excited to bring this beautiful period property to the market. Full of character throughout with ample living space. for those of you who appreciate timeless features and history, we are sure you are going to love this! this grade 2 listed property was built in 1514 and it is believed to have been built by the great grandfather of Sir John Flamstead. it is now semi-detached but was once part of a bigger property which was added on to this dwelling around 200 years after it was built, it has since been separated back into two properties. The property has been lived by the current owners and family for several decades and would make a perfect family home. There are bags of potential to what can be done with this property making it suitable for most situations.
the accommodation on offer briefly comprises of an entrance porch with seating, a generously sized dining hall which gives access to a functional kitchen, two well-sized reception rooms and a WC which gives access to a dry cellar. The first floor gives access to three king sized bedrooms, two of which have plumbing with sinks installed. The master bedroom benefits from a modern en-suite. Both floors have ample space and scope to be reconfigured to suit a multitude of living situations.
To the front, there is a gated driveway that gives access to the property and offers ample space for several cars, with a garage to the bottom. To the side & rear, the property offers an enclosed garden which is mainly laid to lawn with beautiful flower beds and a sizable veg patch.
Internal viewing is highly recommended to truly appreciate what this superb property has to offer!
This Property is subject to an undisclosed Reserve Price which in general will not be 10% more than the Opening Bid. The Reserve Price and Opening Bid can be subject to change. The Online Auction terms and conditions apply.
This property is offered for sale via Online Auction which is a flexible and buyer friendly method of purchase. The purchaser will not be exchanging contracts on the fall of the virtual hammer, but will be given 56 working days in which to exchange and complete the transaction from the date the Draft Contract is issued by the sellers solicitor.
By giving a buyer time to exchange contracts on the property, normal residential finance can be arranged. The Buyer’s Premium secures the transaction and takes the property off the market. Fees paid to the Auctioneer may be considered as part of the chargeable consideration for the property and be included in the calculation for stamp duty liability. Further clarification on this must be sought from your legal representative.
The buyer will be required to give the Auctioneer authority to sign the Reservation Form on their behalf and to confirm acceptance of the Terms and Conditions prior to solicitors being instructed. Copies of the Reservation Form and all Terms and Conditions can be found in the Information Pack which can be downloaded from our website or requested from our Auctioneer.
Upon close of a successful auction, or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to make payment of a non-refundable Buyer's Premium of £6,600 including VAT, plus a buyer's administration charge of £354 including VAT, a total of £6,954. This secures the transaction and takes the property off the market. Any additional fees and charges over and above this will be confirmed within the terms and conditions available on the website.
The Buyer's Premium and buyer's administration charge are in addition to the final negotiated selling price.
If the Buyer Information Pack has been produced and provided by GOTO Group any successful purchaser will be required to pay £354.00 (including VAT) towards the cost of the preparation of the pack. These can then be used by your solicitor to progress the sale.
There are no other fees or charges payable to the Auctioneer however, there are other costs to consider such as:
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