Three properties in the West Midlands bringing in annual rents of nearly £93,000 are up for sale with Bond Wolfe for a combined guide price of £1,495,000.
The Birmingham-based agents are acting for the same vendor in seeking buyers for the portfolio of modern, purpose-built blocks with a total of 15 self-contained apartments across the three sites. They include:
- Coppice Court (pictured), at 57 Coppice Road in Walsall Wood, where five apartments are producing £32,940 rents per annum.
- Heath Street Mews, on Heath Street, Hednesford in Cannock, where four apartments are producing £23,760
Sutton Kersh's first auction of the final quarter of the year saw over 500 bidders registered and 80% of properties listed sold, with a total sales value of over £11.5 million. The team offered 96 lots on the day after selling over £3.1 million worth of property prior to the actual online event.
Lot 1 received an exceptionally high amount of interest; a three-storey end-terraced property in the heart of Woolton Village, L25, comprising of a ground floor café together with a three-bed flat above over the first and second floors. It had a guide of £215,000 and sold for £340,000. Lot 7, a
A prominent Grade II listed retail property in Tewkesbury High Street will be one of the main commercial property attractions in Bond Wolfe’s next auction on Wednesday 20 October.
The freehold four storey mid-parade building at 152 High Street will be offered with a guide price* of £175,000+.
The property is being sold vacant and freehold and offers a ground floor retail unit with offices and storage on the three further upper floors.
James Mattin, managing director agency at Bond Wolfe, said: “The property occupies a prominent position along the main High Street in
Latest £130m running total means Bond Wolfe’s property auctions already beating last year
Bond Wolfe’s property auction sales have reached nearly £130m so far in 2021, already more than 2020’s total but with two more auctions still to come this year.
The UK’s leading regional property auctioneer’s fast revenues growth comes after another £21.9m of sales in its latest auction yesterday, when 180 lots were sold out of 191 offered – a 95% success rate.
And despite the end of the stamp duty holiday, interest in the auction remained high, with 478,660 website page views, 137,003
Auction House, the UK’s biggest property auctioneer is considering whether to bring its sales back into the auction room in the near future.
Managing Director Jeremy Prior says that any decision to move away from either livestream or online sales – which have been the only method of buying and selling through the group during the pandemic – will have to be carefully considered.
He explains: “Livestream sales have been spectacularly successful for us – even more so than we could ever have imagined. Not only have our success rates gone up, but we are seeing three to four times
Dominating the property auction market this summer is SDL Property Auctions which offered a quarter of all auction properties in the UK during August.
Traditionally a quiet period for the industry, August was anything but for the company, which held the month’s biggest property auction in the UK for the second year running.
Managing director and auctioneer Andrew Parker said: “We are thrilled to be responsible for one in four of the nation’s auction properties this month and feel this big market share is a strong sign of the trust people place in SDL Property Auctions to
A selection of family homes in west London are going under the hammer with prices starting as low as £325,000 at Bond Wolfe’s next online auction on Thursday 9 September.
One of the lots is a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 42 Hurstfield Crescent (pictured) in Hayes, near Hillingdon, with front and back gardens and a shared driveway.
This property has a traditional layout of hall, reception room, kitchen and utility room downstairs, with the three bedrooms and bathroom upstairs.
But the freehold dwelling needs refurbishment works throughout, which is
House hunters will be attracted to a wide range of homes across Birmingham priced from £24,000 to £190,000 at Bond Wolfe’s next auction on 9 September.
A mid-terraced house at 90 Southgate Road in Great Barr is one of the lowest priced lots in the city going under the hammer at the live-streamed auction.
This three-bedroomed home stands back from the road behind a front garden and has two reception rooms, a kitchen and rear lean-to downstairs, with three bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.
The leasehold property has double-glazing but needs modernisation, which means
A pair of Countesthorpe rented homes and a former licensed club in Stoney Stanton are among the Leicestershire properties going under the hammer at Bond Wolfe’s next auction on Thursday 9 September.
The former Compton Lodge, at 128 Sapcote Road, Stoney Stanton, is listed with a guide price* of £275,000+.
A former three bedroom detached house, it was converted to a club premises in the late 1970s, extended and expanded with a concert room, bar, kitchen area, dressing room, beer cellar and WCs, with three rooms, a kitchen and a roof terrace in the flat above.
Imagine owning a home on a 35-acre holiday park in Cornwall, with access to a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, fishing lake, swimming pool, popular bar and restaurant.
This dream could soon become someone’s reality when a two-bedroomed bungalow at 81 Hengar Manor, St. Tudy, near Bodmin, appears at Bond Wolfe’s next online auction on Thursday 9 September.
Competitive bidding is expected for the detached property, which sits on the Hengar Manor holiday park, and comes with a tempting guide price* of just £20,000.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive at Bond Wolfe