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  1. Yard To The Rear Of, 13 Great North Road, Buckden, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5XJ

    Land for sale

    • £140,000
    • 0.2 acres
    • Car park
    • Courtyard
    • Storage

    The site is accessed directly off the north bound A1 to the south of Buckden roundabout and is convenient to both the A1 and A14/M11. In total the site extends to approximately 0.1 hectares (0.247 acres) of level hardstanding and has most recently been used as a builders yard/storage compound and benefits from a small storage unit and basic office. The site benefits from full planning consent for a single storey four bedroom dwelling with enclosed courtyard garden and car parking for two vehicles.

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  2. The Granary, Cottages And Land, Ackerman Street, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 8HR

    Land for sale

    • £1,000,000
    • 0.4 acres
    • Courtyard
    • Exposed bricks
    • Kitchen
    • Open plan
    • Reception

    A three storey traditional granary of brick construction providing predominantly open plan offices over three floors, a pair of semi-detached cottages and a substantial rear yard with a series of outbuildings. The property has historically benefitted from planning consent for the conversion of the granary to flats and the erection of 5 houses within the yard to the rear as well as the retention of the existing cottages. Whilst the planning consent has lapsed, the site is being sold as a development opportunity (subject to planning).

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  3. Great N Road, Eaton Socon, Saint Neots PE19 8EF

    Leisure for sale

    • £20,000
    • Car park
    • Spacious
    • Storage

    The Waggon & Horses is a Grade ll listed building that dates back to the early 1700's and it was originally two cottages but has held a licence since before 1799. Two storey building with painted elevations under pitched tiled roof with single storey extension to the rear. A large tarmacadam car park for approximately 30 vehicles. Small standalone garage currently used for storage. Hard stand for seating area adjacent to main entrance.

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  4. Site At Brampton Road, Buckden, St. Neots, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5UJ

    Land for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 3 to 7 acres
    • Car park
    • Storage
    • Train transport

    The site comprises a broadly level triangular parcel of agricultural land in total extending to approximately 2.85 hectares (7.05 acres). The site is immediately adjacent to the northern side of the realigned and upgraded A14 which is currently ongoing and is due to complete in December 2020. Access to the site will be via a private concrete driveway from the B1514 which in turn will give direct access to both the A1 and the A14 (0.5 miles).

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  5. High St, Buckden, Saint Neots PE19 5XA

    Leisure for sale

    • £1,395,000
    • Car park
    • Courtyard
    • Restaurant

    The front of the property is a prominent three storey brick built building under a pitched tiled roof with painted elevations, with a distinctive gable to the centre of the building. Converted Chapel to the rear currently used as ancillary space. Courtyard garden. Customer car park for approximately 15 vehicles, and parking available to the front of the building. The outside of the property was completely repainted in early 2018. There is a large annexe with four double en-suite letting rooms over two storeys with pitch tile roof, covering first floor and ground floor painted elevations situated to the rear of the main car park.

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  6. The Oast House, Priory Lane, St Neots, Cambs, PE19 2BH

    Leisure for sale

    • £647,500
    • 5,398 sq ft
    • Cafe
    • Car park
    • Gym
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge

    The property comprises a former Oast House and Maltings. These are C18th buildings and are the only remains of the John Day Brewery which occupied much of the immediate surrounding area. Most of the brewery buildings were demolished in the 1960's but the Oast House and Maltings were preserved. The Oast House which forms the centrepiece of the property was a kiln for drying barley which is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Adjoining properties include the Priory Centre, and it is located within 100 metres of the town's busy High Street.

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