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Spring in Clive Emson’s step

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A former farmstead near Haywards Heath, West Sussex

 

Over 130 lots were listed in Clive Emson’s March auction, with eleven ‘premium’ lots having a guide price of between £500,000 and £950,000.

The independent auctioneer sprung into action as the new season got underway, with a mixture of properties to suit most budgets.

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A former Rhonds Power House, Mid Glamorgan

 

A former farmstead, with three cottages and various outbuildings near Haywards Heath, West Sussex, went under the hammer with a guide price of £900-950,000. Two of the cottages are occupied under regulated tenancies, producing just over £18,000 per annum, and a third was offered with vacant possession.

With the same guide price, a large thatched cottage near Faversham, Kent, has outbuildings and a holiday let on around three acres.

Guided at £750,000-plus, and currently let at £48,000 per annum, is a commercial and residential investment, with planning for two further flats, at Abbey Wood, London.

With the same guide price, a development site at the Esplanade, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, with views of the beach and English Channel, has planning permission for four town houses.

Link to Auction newsA Welsh colliery building which supplied the power for pumping and ventilating coalmining pits went on the market – the derelict former Rhonda Power House in Mid Glamorgan was guided at £55,000-plus.

Land with stunning views over the Atlantic and Portreath village on the northern Cornish coastline (right) was also on offer with a guide price of £45-50,000.

April 1, 2022

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