List Your Eco Homes and Eco-lodges For Sale
Sell your eco-home: Eco-homes and eco-lodges for sale!
Eco-homes & eco-lodges make great unique and unusual properties. You can list your eco-home for sale or search for an eco-lodge to buy. Smaller eco-lodges are obviously far cheaper, but some are restricted to holiday usage only - however, they can make a nice rewarding break from suburbia and afantastic alternative second home.
What to look out for when buying or selling an eco home or eco lodge:
- Planning permission: If you are going to buy an eco-home or eco-lodge kit or self-build, have you found land to erect it on and is there planning permission? In most cases, even if it is mobile, you may still require planning permission.
- New Technologies: Check out any new technologies or materials that are used within the package, not all have stood the test of time and some have resulted in leaks, creaks and no heat..
- Trusted Developers: Even the big names have had faults with designs and components but at least you can claim compensation - is the developer you are purchasing from covered to ensure you are compensated if anything goes wrong?
What to include when selling your eco-home or eco-lodge:
- Features: Make sure you give a good description of the features present in the build. Does it have solar panels, underfloor heating, ground source heat pumps, rain water conversion systems etc?
- Awards: If you are an eco-home manufacturer or building company/architect/developer what awards have you won? List these to get more enquiries.
- Cost Saving: Many eco-homes and eco-lodges can save a potential client lots of money in running costs when compared to conventional property - try and provide a comparison.
- Photos: Add as many photos as you can to provide as much insight into the eco-home or eco-lodge as possible. Include photos of erection process, interior, exterior and plans.
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List Your Plots of Land For Sale (Self-Build Plots, OPP/DPP Building Land) For Sale
Sell building plots and self-build plots of land with planning permission
List your investment land, arable land, commercial land, land for equestrian use, forests, river rights, fishing rights, fishing lakes and farmland.
Building land & self-build plots with planning permission, forests, farm and arable land - along with disused brownfield commercial land make superb potential development areas for unusual residential dwellings - either self-build projects or commercial opportunities.
There are many different types of land available that can be built on or converted including:
- Old parking lots/car parks and other wasteland
- Garden plots can often be used to build new self-build projects (Subject To Planning)
- Agricultural land or commercial land can be applied for change of use and expired building plots
- Hope/Investment land often is very unlikely to ever get planning permission
There are plenty of things to look out for when buying land for residential development. Firstly make sure you have the funds available, a self-build mortgage or development loan. Make sure you have obtained planning permission/submitted plans, work out a budget and hire recommended tradespeople/project management.
What to look out for when buying a Self Build Plots Of Land With Planning Permission...(click here and add your plot)
- Planning Permission: Make sure you obtain planning permission! Detailed planning permission will usually come with an architectural plan, where as outline planning permission may not - but could allow more flexibility. You may need to hire an architect to draw up plans and submit them to your local planning office for approval. Check whether there is outline or detailed planning permission and also check whether permission has been turned down before. Remember 'investment, agricultural, green belt or hope land' are highly unlikely to have planning permission and may be very difficult and costly to obtain - seek professional advice before buying. Click Here To Visit The Government's Planning Advice Website
- Suitability: Is the plot of land you are about to buy suitable for what you intend on using it for? If self-building - is there mains electricity, gas and water available to connect to nearby? Is there good access? Is it close to a potential future housing estate earmarked by the local council? Is there good drainage? Look at the location and check out all these variables to ensure your purchase will be a good one. If you are buying for agricultural rental have you checked the competition in the area? How much rent do you need to make a good return? Is permission required to rent out for the activities you intend? Do you need to erect any buildings or remove current unsafe ones prior to proceeding?
- Around The Local Area: Often, land not originally intended for use as a self-build plot of land or a building plot may be unsuitable in other ways and this is often reflected in price. It is worth checking what these are such as a brownfield commercial site with residential planning permission could be great for a development, but next to industrial units working 24 hours with heavy equipment. A stunning plot of potential residential land may have water/gas/electricity on site, but right next to a motorway or busy road.
What to include when selling land, building plots, forests, lakes and rivers:
- Features: Make sure you give a good description of the amenities so buyers are aware to save endless wasted enquiries. It is important to list as much as you know about the land.
If it is a river or a lake -
- Is there fishing rights?
- Is the permission granted for boating or related activities?
- How large is the lake/long is the river/frontage or large is the entire plot?
If land or building plots (or self build plots of land)
- Is there countryside views?
- Is it close to a town/beach/river?
- Is there mature trees and shrubs surrounding it?
- Is there a stream or a lake?
- Potential: Highlight the potential for the proposed development, include plans if you have detailed planning permission or outline planning permission to give the potential buyer an idea of what potential the land or plot has. Include information like the size of the plot, local area, square footage, mains/electricity/gas available etc), condition, any buildings and the footing.
- Photos: Add as many photos and plans (building plans with dates) as you can to provide as much insight into the property as possible.
To list your building plot, self-build land for sale, investment or hope land, forests, rivers, lakes, arable land, brownfield sites, commercial, residential or farm land add it to our specific 'Land & Plots' section LIST YOUR LAND FOR SALE
List Your Houseboats, Dutch Barges, Narrowboats and Residential/Leisure Moorings
Sell your houseboat, dutch barge, narrowboat, floating home and moorings!
It can be hard to find where to sell houseboats, dutch barges, narrowboats, waterside property and floating homes. These intersting homes are a great way to live on a river, canal or estruary. Residential and leisure moorings, even in central London can now be obtained at very good prices (In London even next to Canary Wharf, they are available for approximately £500+ per month).
You can list your houseboat, dutch barge, floating home, narrowboat or residential/leisure mooring for sale on UnusualHomes.co.uk or search for a converted houseboat or unconverted barge to buy. Unconverted boats, butties and barges are obviously far cheaper and allow you to put your own mark on - however, they can be a lot of work!
What to look out for when buying a houseboat, dutch barge, narrowboat, floating homes or mooring:
- Condition: Is the houseboat you want to buy in good condition inside and out? Is there a survey available? Make sure you can quantify the amount of work that needs doing before you buy your new floating home.
- Layout: Boats come in a variety of layouts, some practical and make good use of space, others not so. Is the boat you are looking for good for space, light and practicality? It can be time consuming to alter layouts dramtically.Make sure it will accommodate your needs.
- Mooring: Does the narrowboat come with a mooring? Is it residential mooring or leisure only? Bear in mind that leisure moorings do not usually allow you to stay for more than a few days per week. Will your dutch barge be on a mooring in a secure environment? If your floating home is on a residential mooring, is it located next to relevant amenities? What does the mooring include? Can you transfer the mooring and can you put a different houseboat on your new mooring? There are often restrictions on the type of boat allowed on moorings, especially in central London -some have to be tradition narrowboats to keep in with the surroundings.
What to include when selling a houseboat, dutch barge, narrowboat, floating home or residential/leisure mooring:
- Condition: Make sure you give a good description of the condition so buyers are aware. Include details such as when it was last anti-fouled or if it needs anti-fouling. Include information about the hull, engine and interior.
- Potential: If the houseboat needs work doing to it, highlight the potential for the boat, if it just needs tlc or it requires more than DIY work. state that this is reflected in the price.
- Detail: If you are selling a residential/leisure mooring or a narrowboat with mooring, make sure you list details such as location, type of mooring, nearest tube/train/motorway and the various local amenities. Include information such as the charges/fees per month, what is included and details of the transfer rights/type of boat that is acceptable and boat transfer information.
- Photos: Add as many photos as you can to provide as much insight into the houseboat or mooring as possible
To list your houseboat, dutch barge, narrowboat, floating home or residential/leisure mooring for sale now CLICK HERE TO LIST HOUSEBOATS OR FLOATING HOMES
List Barn Conversions For Sale - School, Pub/Public House and Railway Conversions
List Your Barn conversions for sale!
Conversions for sale including barns, derelict barns, barn, school, railway carriage, station, double decker bus, pub/public house conversions..
Barns, barn conversions, derelict barns, schools/pubs and railway conversions - List your barn conversiion for sale. There are many other different original buildings that can be converted including old bakery buildings, quaint shops, water towers/industrial and public houses.
There are plenty of things to look out for when buying an original building for a conversion project. Make sure your mortgage will allow you to buy the property, get planning permission/submit plans, work out a budget and hire recommended tradespeople.
What to look out for when buying a barn conversion for sale
- Building Regulations: When you do certain DIY jobs on a property (barn conversions or otherwise), often major alterations such as moving a bathroom from the bottom floor to the top floor, will require building regulations approval, check it out before you do it Click Here To Visit The Government's Planning Advice Website
- Planning Permission: Does the original barn you want to convert have planning permission to be renovated into your dream house? You may need to hire an architect to draw up plans and submit them to your local planning office for approval. Check whether there is outline planning permission already and also check whether permission has been turned down before.
- Local Area: Often, property not originally intended for use as a dwelling has unusual or exclusive surroundings. It is worth checking what these are such as a nuclear bunker could be great for a conversion, but very isolated. A railway building to convert could be close to a live railway andbeprone to noise etc.
What to include when selling your barn conversion:
- Condition: Make sure you give a good description of the condition of the barn or building so buyers are aware. It is important to list as much as you know about the property.
- Potential: Highlight the potential for the barn conversion, include plans if you have planning permission or outline planning permission to give the potential buyer an idea of what it could be like. Include information like the square footage of the barn, details about the plot, local area, if mains/electricity is available, period of the property/building, unique features and overall size.
- Photos: Add as many photos as you can to provide as much insight into the property as possible.
To list your barn conversion for sale or other conversions, add your property to our specific 'Barns & Conversions' Section LIST YOUR BARN CONVERSION FOR SALE