Premier League Bargain?
Former public convenience. Our property section bought one of these a few years ago. Unless it is an exceptional piece of architecture, the likely route is to demolish the old bog and build something unusual. Ideally without the pee aroma in it’s stead.
^^^ Former Public Convenience ^^^
Lydyett Lane, Barnton, Northwich,
Cheshire, CW8 4EY
This is quite a pleasant neighbourhood.
Google 3D virtual wander around the area…
As for this building, you have a couple of options…
(a) Ask the neighbours if they would sell you a modest slice of their garden.
Another £10,000 may be very welcome to them and it would increase your footprint by well over double and may be the key to planning permission.
(b) Design a two storey replacement building.
You might hit a small jackpot and secure both “a” and “b”.
There are plenty of modest sized houses. Indeed a major international “Tiny House” movement exists and is very popular. Just Google that term and you will be embarking on a magical mystery tour. Here is a video of just one idea…
Quite the result from an old Cheshire loo.
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Many years ago, our friends Kent and Britta Lindvall in Sweden trail-blazed an amazing set of unique holiday pods, some examples of which are illustrated in this current article.
One of the easiest ways to keep in touch and receive news is via social media. Unfortunately, Facebook screwed up our Unique Property page (here). So for the time being, we have migrated regular unique property for sale news to our editor’s Facebook page…
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You may need to send him a “friend” request to get Facebook + Unique Property links on your timeline (he is a bit Scooby Doo lonely old lighthouse keeper type)…
^^^ Russ McLean ^^^
Unique Property Bulletin Editor
At Unique Property Northern HQ.
Mangling the English language for
this publication since 1987.
Unique Homes For Unique People for 33 years
Once we have the new website office building completed (November 2021) and the volunteers of 33 years service are supported by newly employed staff and freelance journalists, we will be recruiting a dedicated social media person to run the modern elements of what is basically a bricks-and-mortar website that has the main purpose of finding you an ideal idyll.
^^^ Unique Property Bulletin Central HQ ^^^
To keep in touch, Facebook is probably the best bet just now (much though we are no a fan of Facebook having been ripped off by them to the tune of £2,000 (here)).