GRADE II listed detached property built circa 1580. Situated in Tonge Fold, the Old Ale House is a stunning residence full of character with period features throughout including the original beer cellar. The property offers three bedrooms, two reception rooms, extended kitchen, downstairs wc, bathroom and separate en-suite, utility area & cellar. There is ample off road parking and substantial gardens to three sides. The property is ideally located for amenities and within a short distance of effective transport and commuting links. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a historical home. The accommodation comprises -
Master bedroom with en-suite
Two further bedrooms
Freehold. Vacant possession upon completion.
Conditions of Sale
The Conditions of Sale (also known as the legal pack) will be deposited at the offices of the auctioneers and vendors solicitors/licensed conveyancers prior to the auction and the purchaser shall be deemed to have knowledge of same whether inspected or not. They will also be available to download from our website. Any questions relating to them must be raised prior to the auction. Prospective purchasers are advised to check with the auctioneers before the sale that the property is neither sold nor withdrawn.
The purchaser will also be deemed to have read and understood the auction conduct notes printed within the sale catalogue.
*Guide Prices and Reserve Prices
Each property sold is subject to a Reserve Price. The Reserve Price, which is agreed between the seller and the auctioneer just prior to the auction, will be within + or – 10% of the Guide Price. The Guide Price is issued solely as a guide so that a buyer can consider whether or not to pursue their interest. Both the Guide Price and the Reserve Price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction. For a full definition of the Guide Price and the Reserve Price click here.
Energy Performance Certificates
EPCs can be viewed in full in the legal pack or from the lot information section of our website.
Conditional Auction Method (with reservation fee).
On the fall of the hammer the highest bidder will enter into a reservation agreement with the seller and will have 56 days within which to exchange and complete. If you fail to do so, you may lose your reservation fee. During the reservation period, the seller is not able to accept other offers.
Prospective purchasers will need to register within the auction room before the sale commences. Two items of identity will be required together with an indication of how the reservation fee will be paid. We do not take cash or cheque deposits. Remote bidding facilities are also available.
The purchaser will be required to pay a reservation fee of 4.8% including VAT or 4.2% including VAT for London (subject to a minimum of £6,000 including VAT). This does not contribute towards the purchase price and is payable on the fall of the hammer.
The purchase of this property may include associated fees not listed here. Any additional fees will be confirmed in the legal pack which can be downloaded from our website from the lot information section, or to find out more about any additional fees associated with this property please contact the auction office.