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Unique Property Bulletin 15 December 2013

Christmas Break – Unique Property Bulletin

Seasons Greetings to all of our readers. Unique Property Bulletin will be taking a break  with no editions on 22nd December 2013 or 29th December 2013. The next edition of Unique Property Bulletin will appear here at 9pm Sunday 5th January 2014.


Blackwater Beauty

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Mill House, Worthing, Dereham, Norfolk (c) 2013 Savills

Before we commence this week’s Bulletin, we would just like to thank all the readers and friends who have emailed, contributed and helped share information on over 400 unusual buildings this year. Next week will be a weekend break for the Bulletin, but we will be back for the Sunday Night 29 December 2013. Now onto what is a very picturesque unique property for sale.


Handsome Grade II Listed Former Watermill

3 Reception Rooms

8 Bedrooms

Flexible Accommodation

Garage and Stable Block

Waterside Frontage to the River Blackwater


Approximately 0.6 Acres of Grounds

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Sublime – Mill House, Worthing, Dereham (c) 2013 Savills

Worthing Mill has it’s own websites which give some interesting narrative and also has several lovely photographs …

plus more pictures at …

Worthing Mill stands astride the River Blackwater on the edge of the charming and unspoilt small village of Worthing. The neighbouring village of North Elmham (1 mile) has good local facilities including a village shop, post office, primary school, GP surgery, 2 public houses, tennis, cricket and football clubs and active village hall. At Elmham Church are the ruins of a Saxon cathedral which was the centre of Christianity for the area before Ely and Norwich cathedrals were built. The nearby market towns of Dereham, Reepham and Fakenham (famous for its racecourse) offer an excellent range of supermarkets, schools and other facilities whilst the Georgian town of Holt is well known for its excellent shops and is also home of Greshams School.

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Nice Interior – Mill House, Worthing, Dereham, Norfolk (c) 2013 Savills

The cathedral city of Norwich is situated to the southeast and is the regional centre and renowned for its shopping and cultural facilities, range of private schools as well as having a university, university hospital and several business parks. There are mainline railway stations at both Norwich and Downham Market with regular trains to London Liverpool Street and Kings Cross. Norwich also has an expanding domestic and international airport. Both the North Norfolk Coast and Norfolk Broads are within easy driving distance and the area is renowned for its unspoilt natural beauty.

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Wonderfull & Preserved Mill Features (c) 2013 Savills

Worthing Mill was originally a working water driven corn mill. The Mill ceased being operational in the 1920s and was eventually converted to a private house. The property which is Listed Grade II has a rendered and colour washed exterior under a pantile roof. There has been a mill on this site since the 12th century and it is mentioned in the Domesday Book although the present mill is largely Georgian in origin. When the mill was converted into a house part of the original machinery and the mill stones were removed, however the original water wheel and some of the machinery are still in situ and form a delightful feature for this historic home.

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Delightful Dining – Mill House, Dereham (c) 2013 Savills

The property has flexible accommodation and can either be lived in as one substantial house although currently there is an independent apartment which provides useful separate accommodation suitable for extended family or for possible holiday use. As currently configured, access to the apartment is via wooden steps and a superb timber decked terrace overlooking the river. The open plan living room and dining area of the apartment has magnificent views up and down stream of the river and could be a splendid first floor drawing room if desired. The original mill crown wheel and some of the original machinery has been retained as a special feature of this room which also has exposed beams and an open fireplace.

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Mill House – Garage & Stable Block (c) 2013 Savills

Outside: The Mill is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to a large parking area with Garage and Stable Block.

The gardens and grounds are a significant feature of the property. The gardens are mainly to the front of the house and comprise areas of lawn running down to the riverbank interspersed with a number of well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders together with mature trees. In one corner is an area of formal garden and kitchen garden.

Location: The Mill House, Worthing, Dereham, Norfolk, NR20 5HP

Tenure: Freehold.

Guide: £775,000

Contact Savills Agencies Tel: 01603 229 249Natalie Howlett-Clarke. Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate agent/owner know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

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Plans & A Pulpit

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St Matthews Chapel, Holbeach, Lincolnshire (c) 2013 Tim Heaton

An interesting opportunity to acquire a church with PLANNING PERMISSION granted for conversion to a detached residential dwelling. Set in a rural location, with approximately 1.25 Acres. This church has fabulous views across farmland. Planning permission exists for conversion to a 2/3 bedroom property with open plan living/dining/kitchen area with a mezzanine. All original features including windows and pulpit can be seen in situ and are included with the sale of the building.

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Over An Acre Of Land -St Matthews Chapel, Holbeach (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection

General Summary:-

Church For Conversion

Full Planning Permission

Rural Location

1.25 Acres (S T S)

Stunning Views

All Original Features

Viewing Welcome

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St Matthews Chapel, Holbeach, Lincolnshire (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection 

Brief History:-

This delightful detached Victorian Church is set in a rural location and dates to Circa 1869. The stunning original vaulted ceiling is still in place, as is the pulpit. This church is also quite unusual, as most rural Anglican churches had adjoining graveyards or burial sites, making them far less desirable, but this property does not have any lairs.

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 St Matthews Chapel, Holbeach, Lincolnshire (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection

Planning Permission:-

A revised planning application was submitted in 2010, which was subsequently passed on 6th January 2011. The planning application number reference number is H09-0281-10. Planning permission has been passed for an open plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen area with a separate Study/Bedroom 3 and cloakroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there will be a Master Bedroom with en suite with access to a mezzanine seating area, along with a second bedroom with en suite shower room. Copies of the plans are available via email upon request, along with the Planning Permission certification.

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 Pulpit Included (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection

Location: St Matthews Chapel, Holbeach St. Matthews Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE12 8EQ.

Tenure: Freehold.

Guide: £175,000

Contact The Owner Directly: cangus18 [at]

To avoid the owner’s email account being hoovered up by internet spam robots, please can folk interested in this property insert the symbol @ in place of [at] when manually re-typing the above direct contact email. Thanks.

If you have any difficulty making contact with the owner, please feel free to utilise our spam reducing Unique Property Contact Page and we shall make sure an introduction is effected. Thankyou.

Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate owner know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Brochure:-

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Unique Property Competition

For this month, the Unique Property Bulletin competition prize is

Unique Property Bulletin December Competition Jingle Coins

Jingle Coins – Unique Property Bulletin Christmas Prize – Mainly For Fun

This is a very modest prize – really just for fun. Here is the

Competition Hint…

What Is The Birthday Of Our Favourite Property Programme Television Presenter ?

Free to enter. Just let us know your guess of who you think the above Competition Hint refers to? Please email your entry to us by 31st December 2013. You may need to check out a previous edition or tother elements of the Unique Property Bulletin to understand the clue a little better.

Email free entries to:-

Unique Property Bulletin Competition Entry Contact Page


Teaninich Castle

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Teaninich Castle, Alness, Easter Ross (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

Here is a very nice building – almost a King’s Castle, but the price is definitely not a King’s Ransom.

Teaninich Castle is a most impressive B listed property set in Easter Ross in the Highlands of Scotland.

Dating from 1734, the castle was formerly the seat of the Munros of Teaninich, while in more recent times previous owners have included the American Charles Harrison.

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Welcoming Reception – Teaninich Castle (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

Agency Narrative: The castle lies on the fringes of Alness with easy access to routes north and south and with views over farmland to the Cromarty Firth and the Black Isle. This area of Easter Ross benefits from the success of the oil and renewables based industries located at Evanton, Alness, Invergordon and Nigg and the castle is regularly contracted out to these locally based international businesses to accommodate visiting management and staff. This facility could be further developed to offer executive packages which could take advantage of the excellent golf, fishing, shooting and stalking available locally.

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Teaninich Castle – Comfortable Interior (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

The Castle has also proved a popular base for film crews with its accessible location and generous lawns allowing helicopters to land. Teaninich has the potential to become an outstanding wedding venue. Alness is a thriving town with a good range of facilities, while Inverness is just half-an-hour’s drive away and has all the facilities of a modern city including its airport with regular flights to the South and Europe including a new flight to Schipol. The area offers many opportunities for recreational activities from the shoreline of the Cromarty Firth to the inland to the hills and lochs, all dominated by the magnificent backdrop of Ben Wyvis. Many golfers use Easter Ross as a base from which to enjoy the links courses that follow the coast as far as Golspie, the most notable of which is Royal Dornoch golf course.

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Every Castle Needs A Four Poster Bed (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

Agency Sumary: A most impressive, historic B listed castle with views to the Cromarty Firth and Black Isle. 12 bedrooms (7 en suite). Self contained flat. Beautiful grounds. Previously run as a hotel, restaurant and wedding venue.

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Teaninich Castle – Ready For A Dramatic Entrance (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

Location: Teaninich Castle, Teaninich, Alness, Easter Ross, IV17 0XB

Tenure: Feuhold [Scottish Freehold Equivalent].

Guide: £875,000

Contact CKD Galbraith Agencies Tel: 01463 224343 – John Robin Bound. Please can readers help Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate agent/ownerknow that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

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Kirk Shell

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Fabulous Ruin – Schaw Kirk, Trabboch (c) 2013 Wilsons Auction

From the castle listed above, to a church. From a big noble property to a small, but no less noble a building. This time we have something that needs a huge amount of TLC. But then, the price really does reflect this. Oh roof, oh roof, my kingdom for a roof !

If you can’t make the auction deadline, or remote bidding, please remember to check to see if this Failed To Sell At Auction. In which case you are in a very good position as a buyer.

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 Schaw Kirk – Set In Stone – Building Birth Year (c) 2013 Wilsons

General Summary:-

Restoration/Residential Development Opportunity

Former Church Built 1843 with Detailed Planning

Architect Designed Conversion of Existing Stone Walls

Will create a Distinctive Bespoke Family Home

Residential Development Opportunity within the existing stone walls of a historic Schaw Kirk At Trabboch, Stair on the Robert Burns Trail. Detailed planning to form a bespoke family home within the substantial original walls of the Kirk. The plans are to convert into a 6/7 apartment single storey and attic dwelling. The plans are available for inspection at Wilsons Auctions Complex at Dalry Ayrshire.

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Schaw Kirk, Trabboch, Stair, East Ayrshire (c) 2013 Wilsons Auction

Location: Schaw Kirk, Trabboch, Stair, East Ayrshire, KA5 5JE.

Tenure: Feuhold [Scottish Freehold Equivalent].

Guide: £60,000Lot 28 – Auction Scheduled to start at 6.30pm 17th Dec 2013.

Contact Wilsons Auction Tel: 01294 833 444. Please can readers help Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the auctioneer know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Details ….


Christmas & New Year Editions

Confession time – due to continuing post-operative health problems, and a rest needed after a full year’s Unique Property Bulletin, along with efforts starting our new addition to the website stable – the Lighthouses For Sale Or Rent endeavour – we will be taking one Sunday off over Christmas, and one Sunday off over the New Year. Apologies – just plain worn out !!!

Therefore the Unique Property Bulletins for the festive period will be as follows:-

Sunday Night 15th December 2013 – 9pm Bulletin As Normal.

Sunday Night 22nd December 2013 – Bulletin Edition On Holiday – Apologies For Inconvenience.

Sunday Night 29th December 2013 – Bulletin Edition On Holiday – Apologies For Inconvenience.

Sunday Night 5th January 2014 – 9pm Bulletin As Normal

The WHOLE website will STILL be ONLINE 24 hours a day, 7 days a week THROUGHOUT the holiday period with well over 100 editions and 700 unique properties to read about from the last couple of years online. It may be an idea for readers to have a wander round some of the older editions to see if there are any bargains to be had for the unique properties that have been for sale for a while. Sort of our version of the January sales! The first edition of the New Year Bulletin will be available online at..

9pm Sunday 5th January 2014

Just Google 3 words to find us …

Unique Property Bulletin

… and good old Google will do the rest 🙂 

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Pump & Anvil

Pumping Longsdon

Old Pump House, Longsdon, Staffordshire (c) 2013 Bury & Hilton

Two for one here. Pump & Anivil. Sounds like a pub. But it isn’t. We have two buildings for sale as one lot. A former Pumping Station and also a Blacksmith’s Cottage for sale. With the all important Planning Permission …

13/00301/FUL Change of Use to Two Residential Units at Wall Grange, Sutherland Road, Longsdon, Staffs. ST9 9QB.

Agency Narrative: The Pump House was originally a water pumping station and is being sold together with the former Blacksmith’s Cottage, having the benefit of planning permission to convert to a residential unit. The Pumping Station occupies an excellent sized plot in a semi-rural location.

The Pumping Station occupies a plot extending to approximately 2,114 square yards or thereabouts (approx 0.43 acres) and it is approached over a private driveway off Sutherland Road, which leads down to the former waterworks.

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 Old Pump House Through The Foliage (c) 2013 Jonathan Kington

Location: The Old Pump House, Wall Grange, Sutherland Road, Longsdon, Staffordshire, ST9 9QB.

Location: Blacksmith Cottage, Wall Grange, Sutherland Road, Longsdon, Staffordshire, ST9 9QB.

Tenure: Freehold.

Guide: £250,000 for BOTH properties inclusive.

Contact Bury & Hilton Agencies Tel: 01538 383344. Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate agent/owner know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Brochure ….


Lawers Mill

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 Lawers Mill, By Aberfeldy, Perthshire (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

This sounds a bit ominous. A lawyer putting you through the mill. Something the Old Bill might do. Fortunately it is far from that. Lawers Mill is an attractive south facing property converted from a former water mill enjoying wonderful views of Loch Tay.

General Summary:-

Reception Room open to full pitch with terrace overlooking Loch Tay.

4 Bedrooms. Bathroom. Shower Room.

Original Features

Listed Category B

Within an Area of Outstanding Scenic Beauty

Sheltered Garden

About 0.44 acres (0.19ha)

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Lawers Mill – Splendid Views (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

Lawers Mill enjoys a sheltered south facing location beside the Lawers Burn, which once drove the mill wheel, as it makes its way from Ben Lawers to Loch Tay in the small Lochside settlement of Lawers in Highland Perthshire. Within a short walk is the Lawers Inn which serves bar meals whilst the popular village of Kenmore is about 7 miles away to the north east and provides day to day requirements including a primary school, a general store/post office, hotels and The Courtyard with a bistro, delicatessen and shop. Killin, 8 miles to the south west, also offers a range of shops. The main centre in the area is Aberfeldy with a good range of shops and services including the well regarded Breadalbane Academy recently rebuilt and located on a Community Campus also housing the public library and swimming pool amongst its facilities. The cities of Stirling and Perth, both offering a full range of amenities are just over an hours’ drive away.

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Wide Open Space & That’s Just The Inside (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

The area, which is renowned for its outstanding scenic beauty, offers a wide variety of outdoor and leisure pursuits, such as water sports on rivers and lochs, golf, walking and climbing, including a number of Munros. There is also a vast choice of clubs and societies catering for most interests.

Lawers Mill is an attractive south facing property converted from a Category B Listed former water mill dating from 1830. The Architect designed conversion took place in the early 1990’ to make the best of the site with the sleeping quarters on the lower ground floor and the living accommodation on the upper floor taking full advantage of the beautiful views of Loch Tay, further enhanced by the glass and steel balcony accessed through patio doors from the impressive main reception room.

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Lawers Mill – Nice Kitchen (c) 2013 CKD Galbraith

The property has retained many original features such as the winding gear in the rafters of the living room, the natural stone internal walls, timber floors to the upper floor and the grinding wheel on which the log burner stands and the vent, a distinctive feature of these traditional mills.

Location: Lawers Mill, Lawers By Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2PA.

Tenure: Feuhold [Scottish Freehold Equivalent].

Guide: £350,000.

Contact CKD Galbraith Agencies Tel: 01887 829446 Valerie Fleming. Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate agent/owner know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Brochure ….


Kindle Help Please

At the beginning of this year we got so very close to managing a Kindle conversion of the Unique Property Manual. For those yet to see one, the Kindle electronic book reader is a revolutionary and amazing game-changer of a device. It is also relatively simple to use. Which is more than can be said for the business end of the process. To convert a paper version of a book manuscript ….

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 Unique Property Manual (c) 2012 Unique Property Bulletin Ltd

…. into a Kindle electronic book and the ancillary processes can be tortuous. Which is ironic given the achievement of a very elegant way to read books – which is the Kindle E-Reader device….

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Classic Kindle E-Book Reader (c) 2013 Amazon

What was our stumbling block to enabling the Unique Property Manual e-book Kindle conversion to be made downloadable for our readers? We threw out our fax machine ! Why did this block things? Amazon don’t allow an account to be open without due diligence – ID documentation etc. Fair enough. However, in this most digital of communication eras, with Amazon at the very leading edge of the electronic media revolution, for some, as yet, unfathomable reason, they refuse to accept emailed ID. Amazon require a very old fashioned FAX of the ID documents. All well and good, but three fax telephone numbers that Amazon gave out did NOT work. Hobbling down to the local fax shop for a third time was the point where the words enough is enough were uttered – plus maybe an excretive expletive or two. Amazon may as well employ carrier pigeons such is the antiquity with which parts of their empire work.

How might this Amazon blockage help Bulletin readers?

Here’s the thing. Surely there must be a business that someone could create to help a sizeable lump of silver-surfers and computer troglodytes transfer their manuscripts from a wordprocessor and Kindlefy them – right to the point of helping sort out the faxed ID dilemma?

One of the problems living at a unique property is oftentimes the remoteness.

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Going Far For Remoteness (c) 2013 Graham Hogg

With this can come a problem of how to earn a living whilst enjoying the remote splendour. An ideal answer is to have some form of internet or digital communications business.

So if any of our readers fancies a shot at a Kindlefying enterprise PLEASE get in touch. We have readers asking for a Kindle version of the Unique Property Manual. In fact there are other books over here needing processed from old fashioned paper version to Kindle electronic downloads. Surely there is a business in this Kindlefying thingy somewhere?

For our part, there is a modest budget allocated here at the Unique Property Bulletin for Kindlefying at least one paper book to electronic, downloadable format. All we need, and possibly many others from the old lead-type printing-press school of publishing who would possibly be queuing at your door to have their dead tree media converted into bits and bytes for the Kindle Generation, is a computer wizard with the get-up-and-go to manage such an endeavour.

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Original Adana Printing Press (c) 1978 Adana (Printing Machines) Ltd

The Written Word Machine

In It’s Day & In It’s Way – So Very Beautiful

If you can help convert the Unique Property Manual to a Kindle version with the appropriate Amazon account, please, please let us know …

Contact Page For The Unique Property Bulletin

You never know, if you start a Kindlefying endeavour as a hobby it may end up becoming a business that provides sufficient income to support a unique lifestyle in a unique home. Now there’s a thought.


Architecturally Unique

Grand Design Blue House

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 Grand Designs Blue House, Sneyd Park, Bristol (c) 2013 Knight Frank

Last week in the Bulletin we had a Kevin McCloud Grand Designs special edition featuring several of these unusual buildings for sale. Our general Bulletin word limit is 4,000 for each week’s edition. Last week we kind of got carried away and burst through the 5,000 word level at 5,014. This tail-end-charlie from that Unique Property Bulletin tour of Grand Designs property for sale had dropped off. However we have some extra room in this week’s Bulletin to feature it, and also the unique architect who did the honours.

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Grand Designs Blue House, Sneyd Park, Bristol (c) 2013 Knight Frank

The Grand Designs episode was entitled “The Modernist Sugar Cube”. However “The Blue House” is much more fitting. It was designed by architect Mr Martin Pease of Atkins Architects. But as folk who view the episode will understand this is a personal project. We include this Grand Design at this week’s architecture section as it is entirely appropriate that an architect designed property should feature in our dedicated Unique Architecture portion of the Bulletin.

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 Grand Designs Blue House, Sneyd Park, Bristol (c) 2013 Knight Frank

Grand Designs Narrative: Architect, Martin Pease plans an unusual home for his family where everything is white and open plan. He calls upon his experience of designing commercial buildings to build the house and uses materials and systems more commonly used in office projects. The biggest risk is that his house may look more like a car showroom than a comfortable retreat.

Series 8 (2008) episode 3. Original television air date: 30 January 2008.

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Grand Designs Blue House, Sneyd Park, Bristol (c) 2013 Knight Frank

Agency Narrative: An incredibly stylish, and beautifully presented family home – featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs – providing a stunning home with modern, state of the art features, fixtures and fittings.

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 Grand Designs Blue House, Sneyd Park, Bristol (c) 2013 Knight Frank

Quite simply, The Blue House is stunning. With a southerly orientation, the house enjoys incredible light, maximised by the stunning full height glazed Atrium, enhancing the views out over the garden. The accommodation is predominately open plan over the ground floor; with a contemporary kitchen opening out into an enormous living space, finished with a wood burning stove and chimney reaching right up to the ceiling. The house has zoned under floor heating. To relax, there is a snug / cinema room, and in addition there is a separate study, utility room, cloakroom and storage. Upstairs, there is an impressive master bedroom; with a boutique style en-suite bath & shower room, as well as three double bedrooms each with their own en-suite. Outside, the house enjoys a shared yet private gated driveway, excellent parking and a lovely mature garden, complete with tiled dining area, swimming pool, hot tub, plenty of lawn and a patch of wild meadow.

Unique Architect

Martin Pease, Atkins Architects,
Woodcote Grove, Ashley Road,
Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5BW

Telephone: 01372 726140

Please note that WS Atkins plc are a huge company with a market capitalisation of around £1.3 Billion. Atkins plc work on some of the largest projects in the world – for example the Burj Al Arab iconic hotel. This should be kept in mind when considering an approach to Atkins’ architectural practice for the more modest design projects.

Some Atkins’ Projects …

This Property Location: The Blue House, 10B Mariners Drive, Sneyd Park, Bristol, BS9 1QQ.

Tenure: Freehold.

Guide: £1,500,000.

Contact Knight Frank Agencies Tel: 0117 317 1999 – Mr James Toogood. Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the estate agent/owner/architect know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Brochure ….


Try Before You Buy …..

Bembridge Beach Hut

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The Ledge Beach Hut (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection

A gentle try-before-you-buy this week. At £54 a night, this is somewhat less than the 7 star Burj Al Arab Hotel mentioned above! As usually the case – please note this particular try-before-you-buy property is NOT for sale. Our endeavour is to provide a sample of what it would be like to live in any particular genre of unusual abode for our readers to possibly call home in the future. This specific listing is for a short-stay break and beach hut experience.

Bembridge Beach Hut, otherwise know as the Ledge Beach Hut is a unique holiday home situated in a beautiful garden directly above the beach with unrivalled views over the English Channel. It is conveniently located in Bembridge with all amenities including local shops, restaurants, take-aways, sailing clubs and sandy beaches being close at hand. It is tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard offering every home comfort to ensure a relaxing and enjoyable break. The seaside location makes this property ideal for family beach holidays.

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The Ledge Beach Hut (c) 2013 Owner’s Collection

The exceptional sea and coastal views would be attractive for out of season holiday-makers and artists wishing to improve their seascape work. The coastal towns of Sandown, Shanklin and Ryde are a few minutes drive away and offer a variety of amenities, whilst the county town of Newport is approximately 11 miles to the north

Location: The Ledge Beach Hut, Forelands Field Road, Bembridge, Isle of Wight PO35 5TR.

Tenure: Short Term Holiday Stay.

Guide: From £54 per night.

Contact Tel: 01983 873163. Please can readers help the Unique Property Bulletin stay free to use by letting the letting agent/owner know that you found their property on the Unique Property Bulletin website. Thankyou.

Online Brochure ….


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