Wooden commercial unit door with two double locks giving access into the...
3.2m x 2.4m (10'5" x 7'9")
Three stairs and bannister rise to...
Exhibition and tea room
18.9m x 7.1m (62'0" x 23'2")
Kitchen and further area currently used as a communal cafe area throughout the entirety of the main room. Single glazed windows and door out to the terrace, which overlooks the dam. Commercial vinyl flooring separated with rubber strips concealing the electric cables. To the exterior there are frosted single glazed units with security glass. The kitchen area has black stone effect worktops with cabinets, metal sink and drainer with electric water heater.
3.1m x 2.3m (10'0" x 7'8")
Commercial sink with drainer, stone effect worktop, single glazed opening through to car park, commercial grey flooring. Wooden door through to...
2.9m x 1.7m (9'7" x 5'6")
Single frosted glazed window, commercial grey flooring.
3.8m x 1.2m (12'5" x 4'0")
Two areas with staff toilets and access to disabled toilet and main toilets. Commercial grey flooring with cream paint.
1.9m x 1.0m (6'4" x 3'4")
wash basin, toilet and hand dryer, extractor fan, light fitting and emergency light.
2.7m x 2.6m (9' x 8'6")
Disabled use equipment, white toilet, white wash basin, hand dryer and baby changing area.
Old Pump Room
3.5m x 2.2m (11'6" x 7'3")
Pump Machinery, single glazed frosted unit, stone flooring, white/lime paintwork on solid brick wall.
Single glazed wooden door through to...
Concrete slabs, granite and metal handrails overlooking the dam, life safety equipment, tables and chairs throughout the entirety of the terrace. Wooden bannister and slope for disabled access along with steps. Round the back of the terrace there is a metal gate to the parking area to the cafeteria.
There are two allocated parking spaces with this property.
Mains electricity, water and private tank drainage.
Venue for Auction
The Public Auction is taking place at 3pm on 20th March 2019 @ Future Inns, Plymouth, 1 William Prance Road, Plymouth International Business Park, Plymouth PL6 5ZD. Parking is available on the premises or nearby.
The Old Pump House, up until recently ran as an Education and Tea Room facility, occupies a level site with terrace running along the banks of the River Tavy, in a plot of approximately a third of an acre. From the site that comprises the barn, large grassed area, two car parking spaces and a riverside terrace, there are superb views to the Lopwell Dam, River Tavy, Whittacliffe Wood making up the valley on the otherside of the river. From the barn there are walks to Bere Alston village in the north to Tamerton Foliot in the south and the location is well known as a local tourist beauty spot. The Barn is detached, a single storey with a sloping roof and easily accessible from the adjacent car park, that is being retained by South West Water. Though nearby rural properties.Despite the rural tranquility surrounding the property, Plymouth City Centre is just over 7.5 miles to the south with local day to day facilities available at the Dartmoor National Park town of Yelverton 4.8 miles away.
THE OLD PUMP HOUSE IS BEING SOLD ON BEHALF OF SOUTH WEST WATER BY BRADLEYS ESTATE AGENTS VIA PUBLIC AUCTION, TAKING PLACE AT 3PM ON 20TH MARCH 2019 @ FUTURE INNS, PLYMOUTH, PL6 5ZD.
We understand that our Client has opted to charge VAT. This will be included within the purchase price agreed on the fall of the hammer at the auction. All interested parties should make their own enquiries of HMRC regarding VAT liability.
Viewing is strictly by appointment through the selling Agents. There will be a series of Open Home Events at the premises, generally on Monday of each week.
The location of The Old Pump House coincides with Flood Zone 3, as identified by the Environment Agency. Please see Legal Pack.
Contract & Special Conditions of Sale
For the auction contract and special conditions of sale, these will be provided in the Legal Pack available to purchasers in PDF format. For a copy of the Legal Pack pertaining to the property please contact Bradleys Mannamead Office 01752 260400 or via email on email@example.com
A. Explanation of Guide Price & Reserve Price
GUIDE PRICE is an indication of the sellers current minimum acceptable price at auction. A guide price or range of guide price is given to assist consumers in deciding whether or not to pursue a purchase. It is usual but not always that a provisional reserve is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer at the start of marketing, as the reserve is not fixed at this stage and can be adjusted by the seller at any time up to the day of the auction in light of interest shown during the marketing period at guide price as issued. The guide price can be shown in the form of a minimum or maximum price range within reach of an acceptable sale price within 10% of which the minimum acceptable price (Reserve) would fall.RESERVE PRICE is the sellers minimum acceptable price at auction, and the figure below which the Auctioneer cannot sell. It may be accepted by the Auctioneer, but the property will not sell if bidding does not reach Reserve. The Reserve price is not normally disclosed prior to the auction.
The Guide Price is an indication of the sellers current minimum acceptable price at auction and the price guide or range of guide price is given to assist consumers to decide whether or not to pursue a purchase.
B. Bidding At Auction
You must register before the auction at the start of the registration desk at the auction venue. You will be given a bidders card number to use during the auction to identify you if you are the successful bidder. PLEASE ENSURE WHILST REGISTERING THAT YOU PROVIDE TWO FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION, ONE WITH A PHOTOGRAPH SUCH AS A PASSPORT OR CURRENT DRIVING LICENSE, AND SECONDLY A RECENT UTILITY BILL OR BANK STATEMENT SHOWING THE ADDRESS OF THE MAIN PROPERTY AT WHICH YOU, THE BUYER, RESIDES. Unfortunately Bidders that have not registered will be excluded from the Public Auction.
Purchasers are reminded that at the fall of the Auctioneers gavel, deposit of 10% shall be payable by way of bankers draft, building society cheque or personal cheque. All draft cheques should be made payable to South West Water. CASH AND DEBIT CARDS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
The successful bidder is responsible for the property and for its insurance at the fall of the gavel when contracts are entered into.
E. Completion Day
Completion normally takes place 28 days after the date that contracts are exchanged, unless other arrangements are specified in the special conditions of sale. It is advisable to check this prior to the auction day.
F. Auction Day
Please ensure, if you are looking to bid at the auction, that you contact the local office to finally confirm that the property is still available and that the auction is still going to go ahead and also to re-confirm there have not been any changes to the guide price for the property, or any further special conditions have been publicised within 24 hours of the public auction. Any changes to the condition of sale or details will be announced prior to the auction starting.
In order to speed up the auction registration process, a copy of the auction registration form can be emailed to those looking to attend on the day, prior to the auction itself, to be filled out by the buyer ready to be given in at the Registration Desk prior to the auction itself.