Seaside pub with permission to convert is for sale by auction
- Credit: Auction House East Anglia
A former public house dating back to the Victorian era will go under the hammer on October 20 - complete with permission to convert it into a residential home.
The former Duke of Edinburgh pub in Bacton is listed at a guide price of £250,000 with Auction House East Anglia.
It sits in a plot of just over half an acre and is detached and Victorian in style. Despite its age, the property is not listed, nor in a conservation area, and it could offer new buyers a number of opportunities.
Planning permission was granted earlier this year to convert the property into an eight-bedroom home.
Proposed accommodation would include a sitting room, breakfast room, dining room, kitchen/diner, office, two cloakrooms and a utility on the ground floor, with eight bedrooms - including five en suites - upstairs.
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Once converted, the property could make a sizeable family home or perhaps a guesthouse, making use of its seaside location.
Outside, there is a large garden, outbuildings which could be developed and ample off-road parking.
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The auction will take place at 11am on Wednesday, October 20. For more information, contact Auction House East Anglia on 01603 505100.
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