Auction House London bucks slowing market trend with largest ever sale

Auction House London raised more than £15m (£15,081,850) in its recent auction, where it saw the biggest catalogue in its history go under the hammer.

116 lots out of 152 were sold during the auction on Wednesday 12 September 2018, giving a success rate of 73%.

Duchy mansion to go under the hammer

A detached turn of the century former Coach House, in the exclusive “Duchy” area of Harrogate, will go under the hammer at FSS Property’s October auction.

Estate agents FSS, who specialise in selling homes by both auction and private treaty, are currently arranging viewings of this substantial property, which is on a mature plot down a private road off Cornwall Road.

Prime investment properties help raise more than £2.6 million at Nottingham auction

A range of prime investment properties caught the eyes of keen bidders at SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s Nottingham auction at Nottingham Racecourse, raising a total of more than £2.6 million.

From fire damage to a lick of paint....

Birmingham residential properties that need a little tender loving care are as popular as ever and that was clear at the September auction of SDL Auctions Bigwood which raised over £17 million.

Historic rail station sold in busiest auction of year

A Victorian railway station dating back to 1854 has sold at MARK JENKINSON'S busiest auction of the year after attracting national interest and more than 100 viewings.

Chapeltown Central train station went under the hammer with a guide price of £250,000 but sold for £395,000 after being featured in the national media including being billed as 'stunning' and potentially the 'ultimate holiday home' by travel guide Lonely Planet.

Auction House outperforms sector by 10%

The UK’s number one property auctioneer Auction House has published sales figures which are not only up by 7.3% on its performance last year, but at a time when the sector as a whole has dropped by 3.5%.

Between January and September, the group sold 2,156 properties (up from 2,009 in 2017) from 2,839 offered (2,668 last year) leading to a success rate of 75.9% (75.3% in 2017) and raising a total of almost £275m (£274,488,639) compared to £249.3m last year.

Farmhouse to change hands for the first time since 1617

Most people visiting Sherborne will know about the connection to Sir Walter Raleigh. For a modest fee people walk around the splendid gardens and lake at Sherborne Castle which was built in 1594 by Sir Walter.

Under the hammer with Smith and Sons

43 lots are to be offered at Smith and Sons Autumn property auction at the Village Hotel in Bromborough on 19th September.

This is one of the largest catalogues on offer for some time and comprises a range of houses for refurbishment, residential and commercial investments, building land and some delightful properties ready for immediate occupation.

A number of investments produce yields in excess of 13% return. 

Recording breaking Auction!

A record number of properties will once again go under the hammer this September at Loveitts latest auction.

It will be Loveitts biggest ever auction with an incredible 45 lots on offer. Properties include a diverse range of properties such as garages, parcels of land, family homes and investment properties throughout Coventry, Bedworth and Nuneaton.

Rare bungalow with unusual Japanese garden in Derby auction

A rare four bedroomed bungalow with an unusual Japanese garden is for sale in SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s next Derby auction on Thursday 13 September.

The large property known as The Paddock is on Swarkestone Road in the highly sought-after South Derbyshire village of Weston on Trent and has a *guide price of £375,000+.

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