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Land for sale

Ford Place, South Road, Nr North Stifford RM15

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Offered for sale is this derelict Grade II listed, former country mansion with 18th and 20th century additions. Set in a walled courtyard of significant amenity space and within green belt, adjoining Mardyke Valley Golf Course. This opportunity provides for an exciting project to renovate a piece of history and to transform it into either a large country house once more or by way of superbly appointed apartments (stpp). We also feel that the restored building (see picture 3 in it's former glory) could lend itself as a Private School, care home or even hotel with the correct permissions. We understand from the owner that the land is circa 5 acres with a huge frontage and being set back from the road, privacy and security can be gained as necessary.


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  • Shaw Primary Academy 0.5 miles
  • Olive Ap Academy - Thurrock 0.6 miles
  • Ockendon 1.3 miles
  • Chafford Hundred Lakeside 1.4 miles

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17th Mar 2015 £1,500,000 First listed

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