Norfolk mansion listed among 30 lots up for auction

A Norfolk mansion will be one of many lots appearing in Brown&Co’s property auctions in November and December.

The Old Manor House in Long Stratton is on sale at an indicative price of £400,000-£450,000 and will go under the hammer on December 6-7.

Coming to the market for the first time in 70 years, the house is a large Grade II listed semi-detached property with three bedrooms, plus an attached single storey building, several outbuildings and a barn and land to the rear.

Eastern Daily Press: The Old Manor House in Long Stratton is up for sale for the first time in 70 years.  Photo: Brown&CoThe old Long Stratton mansion is up for sale for the first time in 70 years. Photo: Brown&Co (Image: Brown&Co)

The outbuildings were associated with the family business, known as Cracknells Butchers of Long Stratton, and a small shop overlooking The Street and currently leased to a mobile phone company will also be included – although vacant at the time of completion.

Le Vieux Manoir is one of more than 30 lots going under the virtual hammer in the two sales, the first of which takes place on November 22 and 23.

Two cottages within walking distance of the famous Ingham Swan, as well as a town center guesthouse, are all up for sale at the two online auctions.

Wedgewood Guest House, on St Stephen’s Road, which has been in operation for around 20 years, is up for sale at the November auction at an indicative price of £395,000-£425,000.

Various remodeling projects and homes in need of improvements are also for sale, and at affordable prices, which might appeal to investors or those looking for a superior fix.

Eastern Daily Press: A two-bed mid-terrace will go under the hammer at Brown & Co's November auction and is listed at an indicative price of £110,000-£130,000.  Photo: Brown&CoA two-bed mid-terrace will go under the hammer at Brown&Co’s November auction and is listed at an indicative price of £110,000-£130,000. Photo: Brown&Co (Image: Brown&Co)

A two to three bedroom mid-terrace in Deneside, Great Yarmouth, is for sale at an indicative price of £80,000-£100,000 and a two-bedroom mid-terrace in Northgate Street, also in Great Yarmouth, is for sale for at an indicative price of £110,000 to £130,000.

At the December auction, two separate cottages are also up for sale in Ingham.

2 Mill Cottages, on Mill Road, is on sale for an indicative price of £140,000 to £160,000 and is semi-detached with three bedrooms. Its neighbour, 1 Mill Cottages, is also for sale between £160,000 and £180,000.

Eastern Daily Press: Two adjacent cottages on Mill Road in Ingham are for sale separately.  Photo: Brown&CoTwo adjacent cottages on Mill Road in Ingham are for sale separately. Photo: Brown&Co (Image: Brown&Co)

Peter Hornor, valuer and auctioneer at Brown&Co, said: “We are delighted that our auction service is continuing with, exceptionally, two sales to come in November and December.

“So far we have seen outstanding results from our online auctions with strong demand. Auctions are a means of maximizing value and offer the beauty of transparency and a sale day result at the virtual hammer drop.

To view lots, please contact the Brown&Co auction team on 01603 629871 or see www.brown-co.com/auctions/property-land/online-auctions

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