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With staycations the byword for sunseekers this year, competitive bidding is expected for a detached holiday lodge in Cornwall at the next Bond Wolfe Auctions’ online auction on Wednesday 31 March.

Hengar Manor country park for auction

 

 

 

 

 

 

The three-bedroomed property at number 20 within the popular at St Tudy, near Bodmin, has an attractive guide price* of £39,000+.

Ron Darlington, consultant director at Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “We’re expecting huge interest in this full furnished holiday lodge, which comes with a long leasehold.

“Not only does it have its own patio and hot tub, there is

A dilapidated former button factory in Birmingham could soon be done up for a fresh future after it appears in Bond Wolfe Auction’s next online sale later this month.

Bond Wolfe  Button Factory

Repair and refurbishment could soon bring the eponymous Button Factory, based at the Maypole Works in Maypole Lane, south Birmingham, back into service as industrial premises.

Alternatively, the building could be demolished and redeveloped to create new homes on the quarter-acre site, subject to planning permission.

The site has been used for button manufacturing since at least the 1930s, one of the key industries

A trio of former care homes within a mile of each other in West Bromwich will all go under the hammer at the next Bond Wolfe Auctions online auction at the end of this month, with combined guide prices* in excess of £1.5 million.

McLaren House, St Andrew’s Court and Rowena Court are each listed separately in the brochure for the upcoming auction, on 31 March, along with 223 other lots from across the UK covering everywhere from Cornwall to Northumberland and with guide prices ranging from £nil to £850,000.

Ian Tudor, managing director of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “All three properties

Auction House is reporting a wave of new sellers to its auctions, attracted by a rise in the number of bidders, and selling prices which are regularly reaching figures well-ahead of expectations.

The group has already experienced its busiest ever March, with 476 lots entered into this month’s sales, compared to its previous highest figure of 434 in 2020.

Commenting on the figures, Auction House Founding Director Roger Lake said: “In an ordinary year, this would be considered an excellent achievement; in the middle of a global pandemic, it’s a phenomenal one.

“Our auctions are often

Auction House is reporting a wave of new sellers to its auctions, attracted by a rise in the number of bidders, and selling prices which are regularly reaching figures well-ahead of expectations.

The group has already experienced its busiest ever March, with 476 lots entered into this month’s sales, compared to its previous highest figure of 434 in 2020.

Commenting on the figures, Auction House Founding Director Roger Lake said: “In an ordinary year, this would be considered an excellent achievement; in the middle of a global pandemic, it’s a phenomenal one.

“Our auctions are often

Andrew Parker auctioneer

Despite supply of homes falling in the wider property market, a leading auctioneer is reporting record growth which it sees as a sign that auctions are becoming more mainstream.

Following the launch of its 216-lot March auction catalogue, SDL Property Auctions is reporting an impressive increase in lots of 149% year on year. This is in stark contrast to the national figures released by Rightmove in its latest house price index, which show a 21% drop in new sellers coming to the market compared to the same period last year.

Managing director and auctioneer Andrew Parker believes the

 

More than 60 Black Country homes ranging from bargain fixer-uppers to smart modern apartments will go under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next sale on 31 March.

A three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 273 Stafford Road (pictured below), in Wolverhampton comes with a guide price* of just £30,000+, but the new owners will need DIY skills and an appetite for hard work, as it needs extensive improvements.

Stafford Road Bond Wolfe Auctions

Less effort will be needed for the new owners of another three-bedroomed semi, this time at 25 Sussex Avenue, in Wednesbury, as it’s in a tidy condition despite a guide

From pubs to factories, and from churches to banks – there’s something for everyone on the commercial property list in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next sale on Wednesday 31 March.

 91 Queen Street Bond Wolfe Auctions

Ian Tudor, managing director of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “There’s something for investors of every shape and pocket in our catalogue this month, with more than 200 lots across the UK, from Cornwall to Northumberland, while guide prices* range from £nil to £850,000.”

One timely lot is the freehold on the Santander Bank at 91 Queen Street in the centre of Morley (pictured left), in Leeds, which is listed for sale

A familiar name has returned to the world of auctions with the relaunch of Must be Sold by Auction.

Operating as Must be Sold from 2008 until its closure in 2013, the brand was previously launched as a joint venture with Graham Penny Auctions (now SDL Property Auctions). It has now been relaunched by parent company Spicerhaart Corporate Sales under its new name, Must be Sold by Auction

Must be Sold by Auction offers a full range of auctions to meet sellers’ circumstances and timescales. Both conditional and unconditional Timed Auctions run on the Must be Sold by Auction website, with

FOR AUCTION: An attractive three bedroom detached cottage centrally located in the popular village of Wheathampstead is up for grabs – and may even offer the new owner the chance to beat the Stamp Duty deadline – and be a cosy period home.

10 The Hill Wheathampstead exterior for auction

 

10 The Hill, Wheathampstead, St. Albans, is being sold by Network Auctions with a guide price of £395,000+. The cottage is situated in the centre of this popular village with a wide range of local amenities and St Helens school nearby. Character features include exposed beams, vaulted ceilings and attractive fireplaces. The kitchen opens into an