Land & Building For Sale Apx 10,500 sqft - Nr Solway Firth. SCOTLAND - Secluded
Sale price: £10,750.00 make an offer
Last update: 09.03.2016
Sale type: Fixed price listing
Specifications, photos and description:
|Location:||Dumfries & Galloway|
Do you like this property?
Land & Building For Sale Apx 10,500 sqft - Nr Solway Firth. SCOTLAND - Secluded for sale
What you're buying is land and a concrete building/structure - measuring apx 10. 00 sq feet (oblong shape). The structure measures apx 12ft high. 36ft wide and 64ft long and 12 inches thick. It isreinforced concrete and currently entry and exit is through the roof. Ideal for the Apocalypse. but seriously it seems to be a strong sound structure. The structure played a part with a munitions factory close-by in world war two. The land is located close to the Solway Firth near Dumfries & Galloway and just a couple of miles from Dalbeattie. Classed as Edingham and about 800 metres from the Loch.
It is located on top of a hill. part is fairly flat and some of the land will be on a slight decline with a hill. so no-one is directly overlooking your location. Access is via a lane-way. across a field and then up to the land. its steep in places but fairly flat on the top. There are already established trees on the land and shrubs and in the spring - summer there are bluebells. There are no services such as water or electric so you can suit yourself on what Eco option you go with. If you are looking for a tranquil spot and away from everything then you've found it. It's your blank canvass to create what you want.
The land is located close to the Solway Firth near Dumfries & Galloway and just a couple of miles from Dalbeattie. I have enclosed a few photo's & if you message me I'll send you a photo that is zoomed in near the structure and this is roughly the location. Please do not hesitate to contact me to arrange a viewing or if you have any other questions.
Please no agent contact. An initial deposit will be required as soon as we agree the sale of 30% and the balance to be paid within 14 days of auction end. All sale particulars will be written up by a solicitor and lodged with the land registry once full payment has been made. This is advertised elsewhere and I reserve the right to withdraw this ad if sold elsewhere. The buyer is responsible for their own legal fee's.
The starting price is set low. however a realistic reserve has been set. realistic to you the buyer. me the seller and the size and location of this opportunity so please bid to win. If you Google other similar land and building structures. you will see that the land is smaller and the structures and they are asking £25. 00 plus for it.
HAPPY BIDDING ON THIS ONE! PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. THANKS.
1. The seller reserves to itself the following rights:
(a) to withdraw any lot from the auction; (b) the right to sell by private bargain the whole or any part of any lot before the auction and that without disclosing the reserve price or giving any reason therefore; (c) to consolidate two or more lots into one and; (d) the right to bid by itself or by the auctioneer up to the reserve price. Special conditions of sale shall have precedence over these general conditions of sale. in case of any conflict.
2. Reserve price
Unless otherwise stated. there will be an undisclosed reserve price.
3. Date of Entry and Payment of Balance of Purchase price.
The date of entry. when the balance of the purchase price is payable. shall take place on the date specified in the Special Conditions of Sale or. if not therein specified. fourteen days from the date of the Auction or such earlier date as may be mutually agreed between Seller and the Purchaser. The purchase price will be exclusive of Value Added Tax (*VAT*). Should VAT Be chargeable on the Lot. the Seller reserves its right to charge VAT in addition to the purchase price. in exchange for a valid VAT invoice. If the balance of the purchase price has not been paid in full by the date of Entry the Seller's Solicitors shall be entitled to refuse to settle the transaction on that day or. as a condition of completing after 3pm on that day. to require that the next working day shall be deemed to be the date of entry for the purpose of calculating interest on the balance of the purchase price payable. and apportioning incomings and outgoings. Payment of the balance of the purchases price in full by 3pm on the date of entry is of the essence of the contract. In the event of the balance of the purchase price or any part thereof remaining outstanding as at the date of entry. the notwithstanding consignation or the fact that entry has not been taken by the Purchaser. the Purchaser shall be deemed to be in material breach of contract and further. interest will accrue in favour of the Seller at the rate of five per cent per annum above the Bank of Scotland plc base lending rate governing from time to time until full payment of the balance of the purchase price (including the interest accrued) is made or. in the event of the Seller exercising his option to rescind the contract. until such time as the Seller shall have completed re-sale of the Lot and received the re-sale price and further interest shall run on any shortfall between the balance of the purchase price hereunder and the re-sale price until such time as the shortfall shall have been paid to the Sellers. If the balance of the purchase price. with interest as aforesaid. is not paid in full by the date seven days after the date of entry the Seller will be entitled to treat the Purchaser as being in material breach of contract and will be entitled to rescind the contract without liability upon giving prior written notice to that effect to the Purchaser and. in such circumstances. the Purchaser's deposit will be held to be forfeit to the Seller. without prejudice to the Seller's right to claim damages for all loss. damage and expense suffered as a result of the breach of contract by the Purchaser. so far as such loss exceeds the deposit forfeited by the Purchaser. including interest on the balance of the purchase price calculated as set out in this clause. The auctioneer's agreed sales commission is still payable by the vendor in the case that a purchaser is held in breach of contract. For the purpose of computation. the interest element of any claim by the Seller shall be deemed to be a liquidate penalty provision eligible notwithstanding the exercise by the Seller of his option to rescind the contract for non-payment of the price or any repudiation of the contract by the Purchaser. This clause and the commencement of accrual of interest as specified herein shall not have effect in any period during with non-payment by the Purchaser is attributable to fault on the part of the Seller or his agents. If for any reason the vendors are unable to complete the sale of Lot then all deposit monies will be returned to the purchaser. The purchaser agrees that the auctioneers & vendors will not be held liable for any expenses or loss of possible income incurred by the purchaser in this instance. Where a vendor decides to not or is unable to complete the sale of a property it will be the vendors sole responsibility and liability to return the full deposit monies including any commissions paid to the purchaser immediately.
4. Planning and Related Matters
The Purchaser shall be deemed to have made all necessary enquiries in connection with the planning position. the status of roads. footpaths. and main drains and generally all such other matters as are normally covered by Local Authority Searches and Property Enquiry Certificates and the Seller will not be required to produce and such certificates or Searches. All purchasers and prospective purchasers are deemed to have placed no reliance whatsoever on any sales evidence or lettings evidence which appears in the catalogue or websites. and all purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries with regards to sales evidence and letting potential on all properties. All purchasers and prospective purchasers are deemed to have placed no reliance whatsoever on any comments made either verbally or in the catalogue or on websites. with respect to; descriptions of any property or location. accommodation details or descriptions or statements. any rental guarantees. any sales evidence whatsoever. any lettings evidence whatsoever. any prospective development potential of any property which may be stated whatsoever. or anything which appears on the LOT page of any property whatsoever. auctioneers websites or may have been verbally said to all purchasers and prospective purchasers. The Purchaser shall assume that the present use of the lot is a permitted use under the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Acts but no representation or warranty is given by or on behalf of the Seller and nothing communicated by or on behalf of the Auctioneers. whether verbally or in writing. will constitute such a representation or warranty by the Seller that such use is. will become or will continue to become a permitted use within these provisions. No warranty or representation is given by or on behalf of the Seller either as to the state or condition of the Lot or any part of it or as to whether the same subject to any schemes. resolutions. development orders. improvement notices or other proposals under the Housing Acts or other legislation or regulations. The Purchaser shall be deemed to purchase in all respects subject to such matters and warrants that he has and shall be deemed to have made all necessary local Searches and Enquiries prior to the Auction and to have full knowledge of all matters that would be disclosed thereby. Without prejudice to the foregoing provisions the Purchaser will accept full liability and responsibility for the cost of implementing any outstanding Statutory Notice issued by the Local Authority or by any other Authority.
The title will be taken as it stands and the Purchaser will be taken bound to have satisfied himself as to the validity and sufficiency of the title and the Seller's right to the Lot and his ability to sell same. Without prejudice to the foregoing or to any other General or Special Condition of Sale. the Purchaser will be bound to accept the title subject to such burdens. conditions. rights of pre-emption. rights of redemption. restrictions on use. encumbrances as set out in Section 9 of the Land Registration etc. (Scotland) Act 2012 (the “2012 Act”) (whether specified or referred to in the title or not) and Caveats as defined in Part 6 of the 2012 Act which may be imposed or contained in the title or otherwise affect the Lot. and will be bound to comply therewith or obtain any necessary Waiver thereof all at his own expense. The minerals will be conveyed only in so far as the Seller has right thereto. The Seller has redeemed or will redeem all allocated feuduties and ground annuals exigible from the Lot. If neither the Seller nor the Purchaser can identify or trace the Superior. the feuduty will remain unredeemed. The Seller will not be required to allocate then redeem any existing unallocated feuduty. The Lot will be sold under burden of any servitudes and rights of wayleave for laying and maintaining sewers. drains. pipes. cables. telegraph and telephone poles. wires and stays that may be laid in. under. through or across the Lot. The Purchaser will free and relieve the Seller of all obligations incumbent upon the Seller to construct. uphold or maintain any items of common property and any fences. walls. drains. ditches. water supplies or other works within or in connection with the Lot. If the title to a Lot is not registered at The Land Register of Scotland (the “Land Register”) or in the Sasine Register. it will be deduced in accordance with the Special Conditions of Sale. The Seller shall be under no obligation to obtain any documents and evidence which the Keeper of the Land Register (the “Keeper”) may require to enable the Keeper to update or create (as the case may be) the Title Sheet of the Lot to disclose the Purchaser as the registered proprietor of the Lot. including (a) a plan or bounding description sufficient to enable the Lot to be identified on the cadastral map; and (b) evidence (such as a plans report) that (i) the description of the Lot in the title is habile to include the whole of the occupied extent and (ii) there is no conflict between the extent of the Lot and any registered cadastral units. Such documents and evidence shall be obtained by and at the sole expense of the Purchaser and shall not be warranted by the Seller. The Sellers' Solicitors will be under no obligation to exhibit or deliver any evidence including consents. affidavits or renunciations required under or by virtue of the terms of the Matrimonial Homes (Family Protection)(Scotland) Act 1981 as amended or the Civil Partnership Act 2004.
No Legal Reports. searches in the Register of Community Interests in Land or searches in the Register of Charges and Company Files for the Seller or any predecessors in title will be exhibited or delivered nor will any letters of non-crystallisation of any floating charge be exhibited or delivered in respect of any floating charge granted by the Seller or any predecessor in title. No Letter of Obligation will be delivered by the Seller's Solicitors and no Advance Notice as defined in Section 56 of the 2012 Act will be applied for by the Seller in relation to the Disposition. The Seller will be responsible for the discharge of any recorded Standard Securities affecting the Lot. Where any Lot is being sold by the Seller as heritable creditor in possession no discharges of the Standard Security in favour of the Seller or of any pari passu or postponed Standard Securities will be exhibited or delivered. No discharges of any inhibitions registered against the granter of the said Standard Security in favour of the Seller as heritable creditor and dated after the date of registration of the said Standard Security shall be exhibited or delivered.
7. The Lot is exposed for sale as it exists. tantum et tale. and not according to any advertisement thereof. nor any information of any nature whatsoever that may be communicated to the Purchaser at or before the date of the Auction. No warranty is given as to descriptions. extents. boundaries. advertisements. accommodation. rentals. rateable. value. feuduties. ground annuals or other payment. the allocation thereof. leases. burdens. servitudes. rights of way or wayleaves. whether formally constituted or not. building warrants. building warrant plans. certificates of completion. planning permissions. superior's consents. planning or any orders. regulations or notices made by or issued by an authority. or any particulars. plans. documents or information given by the Seller or his agents. The Purchaser accepts that he has enquired and satisfied himself on all matters or otherwise he takes all risks. No warranty is given as to whether the Lot is affected by rights and interests of statutory undertakers including rights and interests relating to electricity sub-stations. generators and gas governors and that irrespective of whether such rights and interests are held under lease. title. missives or otherwise nor as to the extent to which the Lot is subject to or has the benefit of any leases and other rights of possession and occupancy or other third party interests. The Purchaser shall accept that vacant possession is given of the whole or any part of the Lot which is sold with vacant possession notwithstanding that there may be furniture. fittings or effects remaining therein and shall not be entitled to require the Seller to arrange for the removal of same. nor object to the taking of same. since the Seller gives no warranty as to the ownership of any moveable items situated within the Lot. The Purchaser is deemed to have satisfied themselves as to any lease agreement in place and accept the terms of any such agreement for the Lot. The Purchaser shall be bound to accept any exclusion or limitation of warranty on the updated or newly created (as the case may be) Title Sheet of the Lot (disclosing the Purchaser as the registered proprietor) in terms of Section 75 of the 2012 Act. and any entry. deed or diligence disclosed thereon. including any charging order under the Buildings (Recovery of Expenses) (Scotland) Act 2014 and any notice of potential liability for costs registered under the Tenements (Scotland) Act 2004 or the Title Conditions (Scotland) Act 2003).
All statements made in the Particulars of Sale are made without responsibility on the part of the Auctioneers or Seller and are statements of opinions and are not to be taken as or implying a statement or representation of fact. Any Purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each statement contained in the Particulars. Neither the Seller nor Auctioneers make or give any representation or warranty in relation to any aspect of the Lot nor have the Auctioneers or any person in the employment of the Auctioneers any authority to do so on the Sellers behalf. The Purchaser acknowledges that he does not place and has not placed any reliance whatsoever on any statements or representations. in writing or otherwise. made. or alleged to have been made by or on behalf of the Seller.
9. Applicable Law
The Law of Scotland shall apply to the interpretation of these General Conditions of Sale and any Minute of Preference and Enactment following hereon. and the Articles of Roup and the Seller and the Purchaser. by subscription of the relevant Minute of Preference and Enactment
Also published at eBay.co.uk