Regular Unique Property Updates…
Hot Picks & News Clips Every Few Days
Welcome to the newer, slimline, internet-friendly Unique Property Bulletin. We will be adding fresh and unusual buildings for sale directly onto this front page every few days. Also worth keeping an eye on our social media pages at Facebook and Twitter. Plus our Feature Articles will be returning soon on a monthly basis. For now, here are some unique properties for sale or rent…
Latest Unique Property Bulletin Addition – 10th December 2017.
Caldwell Tower House
Auction Guide: £122,500
This looks like an interesting projects and certainly has had some work conducted on it.
Caldwell Tower – The Entrance Looks Promising
However, the interior is fairly basic, almost brutal in the counterpoint between modern convenience and bare, exposed walls, likely dating back to the original year of building which was reported to in the 16th century.
Caldwell Tower: Modern Convenience & Shower
The bedrooms are remarkably barren. New beds, but incredibly old, bare walls. An interesting aesthetic, but bloody cold and damp…
Ladders To The Tower Top, or Bedroom 2?
To the left of the picture above is either an unfortunate shade of green side-bed, or rampant mold left over from Halloween. These rooms look okay for a weekend camping, but not habitable in the medium term, let alone as a permanent home.
Caldwell Tower: 11th Century Decor?
Why do estate agents and auctioneers do this? To describe a building being sold in this condition as “tastefully restored” (twice in the same paragraph) is abominable. Okay this extract from the narrative does contain plenty of codicils about needing further works, but with the greatest respect, Future Property Auctions would do well to revisit their blurb writing department and stop with the cliche ridden guff.
Bedroom 2 Has An Almost Basic Honesty In Minimalist Refurbishment
Notwithstanding our minor gripe about auction prose, and the fact this is a helluva basic refurb., so far, there is considerable potential. So someone, somewhere may be able to transform this tower house into something truly remarkable. It would appear to have been a brave soul’s effort to take on their dream project, but for whatever reason, they have bitten off much more than was manageable. It is sad to see dreams not come to fruition. Hopefully, their next project will not be so over reaching in ability to arrive at a habitable conclusion. You will need deep pockets to complete this tower home. The sale price reflects that.
This particular tower was featured on George Clarke’s “Restoration Man” (series episode guide: here). For our part at Unique Property Bulletin, we are keen advocates of bringing ancient buildings back into meaningful use. Especially if it will halt decay and deterioration into a derelict ruin. But in the case of Caldwell Tower, we think that the owner’s have gotten it alarmingly wrong. The duck egg blue cling-on is, frankly a ducking nightmare…
The New Blue Addition – Just Doesn’t Sit Right
Photo from the Scottish Castles Association archive
This, of course, is only our opinion. Others do in fact share a similar view. Some are more delicate in how they describe the garish additions (here).
A Sizeable Plot of Land Included With The Building.
Caldwell Tower – As Was – For Many Centuries.
David Pride. A History of Neilston –
Caldwell Tower, Old Barn Road, Uplawmoor, East Renfrewshire, G78 4AR
Offline >>> Online
Quite An Extensive Power Outage At Bulletin HQ
Noss Head Lighthouse Station: Unique Property Bulletin HQ
Lots of Lovely Snow. Back To Normal Soon Though.
Beaufort Force 12 Winds – Blew The Electricity Lines Down
Then a lot of picturesque snow at the new Unique Property Bulletin HQ. Fortunately, power is now restored and we shall be uploading several links to unusual properties in the next few hours and days.
Earlier Unique Property Bulletin Addition – 3rd December 2017.
Cave Home To Rent
Treat Your Nearest & Dearest To A Wonderful Worcestershire Rock Home Holiday.
Cave Home – Available For Holidays
A lot of rock for £195 per night.
Equating to £97.50 per person for a wholesome and holesome experience
The Rockhouse Retreat is not just any old cave house, it is the first luxury rock dwelling in the UK and is available for rent. From 2 nights to 60 and any number inbetween (subject to availability); the choice is yours. Here at the Bulletin it is one of our top ten all time unique properties. For £195 per night, you can rent the whole rock house off of the owner…
Angelo Mastropietro: Bought & Refurbished The Cave House At Worcestershire
This hand-hewn retreat also has access to 3 acres of private woodland in total seclusion. The interior space is a giant hand-carved sculpture with beautiful lighting to cater for any ambiance, whatever your mood.
Incredibly Comfortable Cave Home – For Rent
This is a pretty inspirational place to stay and we hope it will set some of our readers on a course to find a suitable humongous big rock to carve their own home within. Maybe even a small mountain if you fancy going for a bigger undertaking: for example, a megalithic motel!
Comfortable Cave Home For Holiday Rental
Though be prepared for a lot of hard work. Angelo can be seen on television with the proverbial blood, sweat and tears making a damp old hovel into a luxury home. A certain national treasure made a fascinating edition of the television programme, “Grand Designs” featuring this place…
Kevin McCloud & The Grand Designs Team Visited & Filmed Rock House Renovation
The Rock House Retreat has been painstakingly and sympathetically restored and was described by Grand Designs TV Presenter Kevin McCloud as…
‘One of the most thought provoking designs we’ve seen on the show yet’.
Rock House Renovation – Now Available For Rent, Rest & Recuperation
This is the ultimate authentic romantic cave escape for anyone seeking a unique luxury retreat in total peace, tranquility and seclusion.
This awesome cave home for holiday rental is located at:-
The Rockhouse Retreat,
Honey Brook, Easthams Farm,
Low Habberley, Worcestershire,
DY11 5RQ | 07789 160356
If you would like further details, please…
Cave Home To Buy
None Available In The UK Just Now
Modest Front Elevation & Entrance.
Inside, an impressive caved interior ready for exploring awaits…
Neanderthal Vernacular Doesn’t Mean A Lack of Modern Conveniences
The annoying old estate agent guff about a property being “deceptively spacious” would actually work with this rock house – because several rooms are hidden from sight and you just would not know they were there from the outside appearance.
Bedtime With Quiet Noise Insulating 1 Metre Thick Walls
Estate Agency Summary: A beautifully renovated cave house situated midway up the valley on the edge of Galera, Granada, with fantastic views looking over the countryside towards the Sagra mountain from the patio. Includes a gravelled front Patio area. Mains services and internet available.
Accommodation: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 en-suite ) , kitchen/diner, large open plan living room.
There is also a patio area with something you do not readily associate with a virtual underground home. A view…
Cave House Patio – View From.
Just because you live in a cave, doesn’t mean you can’t have a lovely vista when you do emerge from your ancient underground abode. Also for our readers in the north of England, the light circular thing in the sky that makes everything in the photograph bright and dry is called the Sun. You may have forgotten what it looks like with all the rain – especially for folk who live in Manchester!
Unique Shower Room In The Cave House
At Unique Property Bulletin, we rarely stray from featuring British buildings. However, this is a particularly unusual style of house. Also, once we open our new Bulletin offices and relaunch this website in 2018, we are considering starting two (independent and separate) sister internet sites: one covering European property and the other for the United States of America + Canada. Please text us if you think two additional sites to cover these area of unique property abroad is a good idea – or not? Thank you. We very much welcome your views: Text: 0793 557 2803.
Location – Granada, Andalusia
Graphic Courtesy of Google Maps
The current price has been reduced by Euros 8,000 and as at 3rd December 2017 sits at offers around Euros 62,000.
This day’s exchange rate gives a UK equivalent of approximately: UK £54,745.
ForEx Rates Courtesy of xe.com
Before considering this cave house, Unique Property Bulletin strongly recommends you take extensive legal advice as the property laws in Spain, or lack thereof have resulted in UK ex-pats losing £100,000. Even with new Spanish laws being reported (here) we would be reticent about just jumping into a purchase of Spanish houses.
Granada Rock Home
Helping Us To Help You
The long term restructuring of Unique Property Bulletin
Example: Horning Windmill
Featured here in the Unique Property Bulletin during 2015
Sold At £327,200. Now Available For Rent: Click Here.
A full spectrum covering 100s of unusual properties such as Horning Windmill have featured in Unique Property Bulletin over our 25 years of publication.
Many of our readers have become unique property owners as a result.
Ever since we first produced the initial copies of Unique Property Bulletin in 1992, we have operated it as not-for-profit entity. However, since we moved from the paper-print presentation to the online internet format, our readership numbers have gone through the roof increasing beyond our belief: from 3,250 paper copies per edition, to between 20,000 and 50,000 a month online. Some posts on this website have achieved a viewing rate well in excess of 150,000 readers.
An accidental success
The Original Paper Version of Unique Property Bulletin Started in 1992
Eventually, in 2011 we went to an online Bulletin and readership numbers took off.
These high level of new (and existing) Unique Property Bulletin readers is excellent, but the emails (which we love) surge when we post something that ends up going a little viral! When this happens our small group of volunteers become stretched to near burnout. Often answering correspondence and helping friends, colleagues and all the readers who write in, at unearthly hours between 10pm and 3am (as each have day jobs elsewhere).
So this year, as part of our quarter century review (as you do), we have put in place a process where the Unique Property Bulletin (UPB) will own several buildings (mortgage free) in a dedicated trust. One small office within this portfolio will be utilised by this publication for admin + editorial + IT etc., whilst the rest of the buildings will be rented out. That income will be ringfenced to pay new employed staff plus the webserver/IT and related costs to keep Unique Property Bulletin at he top of it’s game.
Real Progress From A Virtual World. The Internet Bought This!
Unique Property Bulletin’s New Office…
The Old Engine House, Noss Head Lighthouse Station.
This should remove a whole heap of pressure and keep the thing fun from our volunteers’ perspective.
Most importantly, this restructuring of Unique Property Bulletin will ensure our readers continue to have enjoyment looking for and buying/renovating their ideal property. Whether just having a quiet dream about “what if” over a coffee break at work, or, as happens to many of us, you chose something utterly eccentric to live in, as featured on these pages and take the plunge. Our readers have bought castles, coastguard stations, windmills, watermills, nuclear bunkers forts. The full A-to-Z of unique property: Air Control Towers to Zoos and all stops inbetween. We love how the virtual website can make a real world difference to our readers.
You might wonder how we can manage to buy several unique buildings and put them, mortgage free, into a trust to ensure the virtually perpetual future of this publication?
Our own Bulletin volunteers’ have been clocking up a lot of time and effort, plus a fair share of the old blood, sweat and tears in organising the latest Unique Property Club venture and adding value along the way. But that is only half the story.
With a core group from our overall 361 unique property syndicate membership, in the first half of 2017 we started purchasing some fresh properties. Commencing with a small one in Carnoustie and a big one in Wick…
Unique Property Club – 20th Year of Our Property Syndicates
Photo Courtesy of Oracle Drone Services
Between 1997 and 2007 we ran 18 unique property club projects. In 2008 we temporarily suspended new purchases because of uncertainty surrounding the banking crisis. Also many of our syndicate membership at that time had achieved their goals – each ending up with a unique property, and mortgage-free into the bargain.
In 2017 our core unique property club members got itchy feet and wanted to come out and play again. Noss Head Lighthouse Compound, with 38 acres and 8 buildings captured our collegiate attention, and many hearts (revealing details here). So with a lot of effort, a few of our valiant readers and the Unique Property Bulletin became owners of this magnificent lighthouse station…
Noss Head Lighthouse Compound
The Old Engine House (Detached Building On The Left) Is New Unique Property HQ
With great serendipity this most recent property club acquisition is helping secure the future of the Bulletin.
It is important to us here at Unique Property Bulletin to acknowledge the core members of this UPS24 syndicate and say thank you to each and every one within it. The goodwill of our dedicated supporters and members have enabled Unique Property Bulletin to acquire it’s own premises and ensure the long term future of this publication.
As a result, we will be able to help you, our readers, for decades to come. No matter the fact that every few years, one of us falls off of the old perch and expires! The self-financing structure we are putting into place should ensure longevity beyond anything any of us could have imagined when we started up an obscure paper journal a quarter of a century ago…
One of The First Editions From Way Back In 1992
Each member of the next 6 property clubs (lighthouses + nuclear bunkers + water towers + coastguard stations, etc) have agreed to an “Angels’ Share” in order to safeguard both the Unique Property Bulletin + property clubs + other sister websites such as Lighthouses For Sale & Rent (here) + Grand Designs For Sale (here). This is the key to our property club thriving. A real world version of “Pay It Forward”.
With our members are helping us, we can then help them – and you. This is a virtual circle and something which fills us all with delight at UPB and UPS HQ.
Unique Property Bulletin new office building in the Noss Head Lighthouse Station can be seen here on the far right of the lighthouse compound. It is The Old Engine House…
Noss Head Lighthouse Station: Unique Property Bulletin HQ
Photo courtesy of Derek Bremner
The Bulletin and our unique property club have come a long way in the past two decades+. Now, with the help of the very readers we seek to assist, the Unique Property Bulletin’s future is looking more secure as each day passes.
From the heart: thank you to all those who have helped us, and in reciprocation allow us to help you – find that amazing ideal home.
Paper Version of Unique Property Bulletin From the 1990s
Earlier Unique Property Bulletin Item – 29/11/17.
Martello Tower For Sale
Auction Day – 11th December 2017.
Dymchurch – Martello Tower Number 25. Guide Price (December 2017) £70,000.
Photo courtesy of Oast House Archive
There are not many of these Martello Towers left, and those that still exist are seldom placed for sale. This one is being sold by auction on 11th December 2017. It is surrounded by a car park (not included). The auctioneer mentions it does come with parking. As you can see, there isn’t a lot – enough for a car. But at least you won’t have to feed the municipal parking meter a ton of your spare change!
This old tower is also fairly close to the sea. So the view from the gun deck on top of this structure should be quite the thing.
Dymchurch – Martello Tower – Sea & Promenade Across The Wall
Dymchurch Martello Tower – Close To The Sea
Photo/Graphic Courtesy of Google
If you are considering this style of purchase and property adventure we would recommend you spend a short break in one to gather inspiration and also research the rules and regulations. These usually come with listed status. One very nice renovation is by the Landmark Trust and you can holiday at their Martello Tower: Click Here.
How Would You Convert Dymchurch Martello Tower?
Artists impression – please do not scale.
Of course, you might end up visiting the Landmark Trust’s holiday Martello Tower after bidding on Dymchurch – as the auction lead in time isn’t overly long.
Drawing For Guidance Only: Typical Cross Section Elevation.
Location of this round house…
We have been relatively quiet with our updates for the past two weeks (mid November 2017) because new postings had gotten vapourised. This is because our webhost (1984.is) has had a major computer hardware malfunction. Here is their explanation…
Our Webhost Service Provider Has Had A Meltdown
But Is Rebuilding Well
To be absolutely clear, if you find our website offline (rarely) then just change the suffix at the end of www.uniquepropertybulletin. from .org to .co.uk or vice versa, We have two completely separately hosted, near identical websites precisely for the one or two hours a year we get one or the other going offline. A fairly simple safety precaution, but it means that our readers should always be able to find Unique Property Bulletin on the internet.
Earlier Addition – 10th November 2017
Detached & Converted Church For Sale
Recently Reduced To £385,000
This fine example of a converted church dates back to 1836. It has four bedrooms, plus a games room and study. The building retains many original features and is set in approximately half an acre of garden. This has a lot of lawn area and several mature trees. he old church also has a detached double garage. All in all a decent sized place for the money.
As you can see from the floorplans and some of the photographs featured above, there is quite a lot of time, love and care invested into this former church building.
So does this style of property make you happy or sad?
HAPPY – OR HAUNTED?
Do converted churches do it for you?
More to the point, might you be putting in an offer for this detached church? For newer readers, please note: Unique Property Bulletin is NOT an estate agency – we are a not-for-profit website that aims to help folk find interesting homes to buy.
Earlier Addition – 4th November 2017
Police Box Building Bargain?
Auction Guide £10,000
A Fair Cop? Watch This Space!
Bradford Road, Fartown, West Yorkshire, HD2 2QF
Photo Copyright: Betty Longbottom
We are not too sure about the guide price on this old cop shop. In April last year, one of our core unique property club members travelled several hundred miles to Eddisons Auction with a £22,500 cheque in his pocket to bid on a different lot from this group of auctioneers. Indeed, on 21st April 2016 many folk went to bid on Midgeley Water Tower. Eddisons, which now own Pugh Auctions set the guide for Midgeley Water Tower (in concert with their seller). A tasty £4,000 estimate by the RICS qualified professionals at Eddisons had the effect of encouraging a lot of interest. But was the £4,000 fair or accurate guide price? Evidenced here. Our Unique Property Bulletin reader didn’t get a look in. The water tower sold for £110,000 (here).
Would you travel to auction for this £4,000 Water Tower?
Midgeley Water Tower: Guided At £4,000. Sold At: £110,000. (By The Way: Ouch)
Photo Copyright: Humphrey Bolton
Yesterday afternoon (3/11/17), Unique Property Bulletin chatted with Mr Paul Thomson from Pugh Auctions about guide prices and how accurate they are. Mr Thompson was very reassuring. Advising that this was generally within 10% of the reserve. BUT there can be no guarantee that the guide, or reserve will an be within 10% of the final sale price at the fall of the hammer.
At Unique Property Bulletin, what might be our advice to would-be buyers at ANY UK auction? First, as always we strongly recommend you attend any and all property auctions in person when buying (we dislike the remote proxy bid system). Second, be prepared that whatever you are bidding on (this former police station and many other UK-wide auction lots) may well sell for a lot more than the guide price. From 30 years writing Unique Property Bulletin, we reckon this former police box/station pictured above will go for £20,000+. That is double the guide. A 100% variation on that guide. The auction is on 7th December 2017. If we are wrong about the £20,000+ final price we shall donate £100 to charity. If we are right and Pughs plus other auction houses are having problems getting their “guide” and “actual sale” prices in the same ballpark, then we will need to consult our readership on whether the nationwide system of guide prices needs to be reviewed? Our Unique Property Bulletin reading friend’s Midgeley Tower style disappointment is repeated week in, week out by many of our tens of thousands of readers – and hundreds of thousands of UK auction-goers. We believe there may be a need for an industry-wide review. We were comforted greatly by the professionalism at Pugh Auctions, but not all UK property sellers have such high standards.
So please watch this space. Either someone will buy an old police station at a pretty amazing price of around £10,000; or a national conversation will have to be begun as to whether the Auction House UK Ltd., slap on the wrist by the Advertising Standards Authority (here) to do with guide prices and reserves, should be extended to professional standards on what the actual hammer sale price percentage variation is to the published guide. We believe the correct arena if this requires attention is within the House of Commons parliamentary select committee system. Witnesses may need to be brought in to answer probing questions and help frame new laws and/or statutory instruments. Plus some strong forensic studying as to whether this guide-to-actual sale price is a widespread issue of concern. Our mailbag would suggest it is!
As Paul Thompson from Pugh Auctions reassured us – the most reputable auction houses strive to work by the highest standards. When our UPB friend spent/wasted his £200 due diligence/travelling money, and a day off of his work as a firefighter to go to Eddisons auction based on their very low guide of £4,000 – with a £22,500 cheque in his pocket. Their lot sold for £110,000 and that is questionable to say the least. Literally: we would like to ask questions on whether this is a common problem? If it repeats with the ancillary benefit to auction houses of baiting more people to attend their rooms than would otherwise be the case, then a remedy is required. Our firefighter friend’s words to us for featuring that Eddison auction lot were choice. Unprintable in fact! Our guilt? To rely on Eddisons competence in guessing a “guide” price that is in the same universe, let alone ballpark as the “actual sale price”.
We can but estimate how many people go to auctions and have a similar frustrating time when they don’t get to put their paw in the air to bid, and stand no fair chance to buy a lot at FIVE times the guide price when, as with Midgley Water Tower, it sold for TWENTY SEVEN times the published auctioneer’se guide price!
We would note that this is not a reflection on Pughs. They are in our TOP THREE favourite UK auction houses. Anyone looking at the thousands of pounds worth of free publicity we have given to Pugh Auctions within our publications over the years will realise we wish them well and have supported them with much good praise. The proof….
Unique Property Bulletin Love Pugh Auctions. As Proven By The Email Above
Our beef is not with Pughs, but with the UK-wide property auction industry and what might be an issue requiring remedy from the appropriate UK parliamentary oversight stakeholders on the matter of guide prices versus hammer prices. We have a number of readers that send us complaints – regularly – because we feature such property with ridiculously inaccurate auctioneer guides. Our rejoinder being…
“Please don’t shoot the messenger, we only feature what is coming up for sale; auction houses, estate agents and sellers set the guide prices.”
So in conclusion for this posting, we wish you good luck if the old police station gets your pulse racing…
Dixon Might Cryptically Say:
The old bill on this police box seems a fair cop!
As to the wider auction industry concerns on the radar of our Unique Property Bulletin group?
If you have had an adverse experience with any UK auction event where the hammer sale price has varied wildly against the published guide price, please let us know by phoning or texting: 0793 557 2803. Thank you.
Further Details of Fartown Auction Lot…
Earlier Addition – 22nd October 2017
Munitions Store + 5 Acres For Sale
Near Plymouth, Hampshire
Munitions Stores & Land, Britannia Way, Gosport, Hampshire, PO12 4FZ
Earlier Addition – 20th October 2017
Windmill For Sail & Sale
Definitely an interesting building in which to live. Apart from the unusual nature of this future home you may chose, something else jumped off of the page when the schedule landed on our desk. The Land Registry details from April 2013: this property appeared to sell for a bargain £84,000. Now offers in the region of £425,000 are sought.
Official Land Registry Data. Useful At Current Negotiations.
The reason for such a massive price jump could be the cost of extensive refurbishments during 2013-2017. It might be that there was a separate mill house elsewhere in the area, and the Land Registry excerpt above is for a different building to Legbourne Windmill.
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Bathroom
Also, please be careful when broaching the subject of previous prices with a current seller. We knew one grumpy old goat who slammed the door on a buyer who had the temerity to ask if an offer slightly lower might be acceptable – given the officially recorded Land Registry price she originally paid was now 2.5 times what she bought it for. The buyers lost a house they liked and the seller paid dearly for being a misery.
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Alternating Paddle Stairs
Whatever else, the key phrase in the sales particulars (with mildly irritating photos of Sarah Beeney splattered all over it) is…
“Offers In The Region Of”
Most fair and decent people would take from this, that the sellers are reasonable and open minded to offers.
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Round Room or Sad Face!
If Legbourne Windmill captures your heart here are some of the agency details…
The mill was built in 1847 and since it stopped milling flour, it has gone through a number of bad renovations that the current owner has remedied to a high degree. In its day the mill would have been the glory of the village being one of very few combination wind and watermills in the whole country. It now boasts a luxury, but very traditional interior that is extremely pleasing to the eye. This property would make a lovely home, or a very lucrative Holiday let.
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Modern Kitchen
All the mill tower floors have been replaced and the mill cap has been rebuilt. The interior has had some exquisite craftsmanship expended on it…
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Inside The Top Cap
The extension to the mill tower has been opened up to great effect, creating a wonderful large open space and living area.
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane – Extension Buildings
The extension features a wide galley kitchen in old pine and a spacious living area with log Burner. There are some large double patio doors that lead out to a private fenced garden, with a York stone patio to the rear of the building looking over the river.
Balcony For The Brave
Even though we dislike the whiff of narcissism from Tepilos Sarah Beeney, they do get one thing right – lots of photographs! Well worth clicking on the link for further information and pictures below…
Legbourne Mill, Mill Lane, Legbourne, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 8LT
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Example of What We Find Using Unique Property Bulletin Tools
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Utilitarian £28,000 Building, But With A Large Lump of Land & Beautiful Sea Views
This example property was guided at £28,000 (now sold). But there are many more. Just have a read through our special feature article to find out more about what may be available in your ideal location and how to get a head start on buying one of these candidate unique home projects…
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