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Gothic Revival House in Northam with Planning Permission to be Auctioned

Gothic Revival House in Northam with Planning Permission to be Auctioned

Posted: Monday 14 January 2019

A former care home that has been granted planning permission for 9 apartments and 5 houses is to be auctioned in London on 28 February.
Barnstaple-based commercial property agents, Charles Darrow Network Auctions is pleased to announce that Fairlea in the North Devon village of Northam has been added to their latest auction catalogue.

The Victorian Gothic Revival house on Chope Road is set within grounds of approximately 1.31 acres and has detailed planning permission and listed building consent to create 9 apartments and 5 houses. The building was originally constructed between 1872 and 1877 as a substantial detached house. In 1957 it was adapted into a residential home and has traded as such until its recent closure. The main building retains its impressive Victorian architectural design, including many Gothic Revival features such as gargoyles and other carved masonry to the façade along with carved timberwork inside.

Charles Darrow Network Auctions Director, Paul Heather commented “This is a fantastic opportunity for local and national developers who can acquire a historic building in a great part of Northam with the benefit of planning permission already in place. Fairlea is already attracting interest from local property developers and we expect bidding to be competitive”.

The property is being offered for sale with a freehold guide price of £775,000, full planning details can be obtained from Torridge District Council website quoting (Ref.1/0455/2017/FULM & 1/0456/2017/LBC).