One of Wolverhampton’s most prominent city centre buildings, housing a large Job Centre Plus office, is coming up for auction with a guide price* of £1.25 million.
Also occupied by Merkur Slots, the building extends to 18,784 sq ft and, alongside its potential for redevelopment, Chapel Court in Market Street currently generates £145,966 per annum in rent.
It is now set to be one of the starring lots at Bond Wolfe’s upcoming auction on Wednesday 8 December.
Ian Tudor, joint managing director auctions at Bond Wolfe, said: “This property occupies a prime position in
Property Auctioneers, Smith and Sons, has revealed details of its December auction with 31 lots being offered, having a wide ranging appeal to a broad audience.
The lots are based largely within Wirral and include a mixture of residential and commercial investments, building land with permission for residential development and a number of properties for refurbishment.
A five storey Grade 1 property in Iconic Hamilton Square has a guide of £240,000 - £260,000 and offers 3,370sqt ft of commercial space.
Outlook House on New Chester Road is an impressive three storey detached
A fundraising sweepstake will add an extra level of excitement to SDL Property Auctions’ National Property Auction this month as viewers are invited to guess the final selling price of the first three lots of the day.
SDL Property Auctions has launched another 200+ lot catalogue ahead of its penultimate National Property Auction of the year on Thursday 25th November, an event which will raise funds for one of its team members in the approach to Christmas.
Earlier this year SDL Property Auctions colleague, Sara Mosley gave birth to her first child, a baby boy called Mason. However, a
Over half-a-billion pounds and 3,000 sales this year prove the benefits of unconditional auctions, says Auction House
The UK’s largest property auctioneer Auction House is reporting the sale of over 3,000 lots, raising more than half-a-billion pounds in the year to date - for the first time in the group’s 14-year history.
Between January and October Auction House sold 3,045 lots from 3,668 offered – an impressive success rate of 83% - raising £517,719,529 in the process.
In October alone, the
Expanding West Midlands commercial property experts attracting national instructions
An increasing number of national instructions are being handled by Bond Wolfe, the expanding West Midlands commercial property experts.
Bond Wolfe has recently sold properties for clients as far away as Devon, Hampshire and Kent, and has just started marketing other properties in Northamptonshire and Malvern.
The properties from wider geographies have come in alongside prestige business in the usual West Midlands areas, with two prime sites in Birmingham also just coming to market.
Throughout the month, SDL Property Auctions has held daily Timed Auctions on its website as well as three live-streamed Auction Events from its head office studio, raising more than £24.9 million for sellers of all types of properties across the whole of the UK.
October culminated in the ever-popular National Property Auction which saw SDL Property Auctions hold the country’s biggest live-streamed auction for the third month in a row, with a catalogue of 228 residential and commercial properties.
Among them were several lots being sold on behalf of Derbyshire County Council
Bond Wolfe, the fast-expanding commercial estate agent and property auctioneer, has struck gold in a national property awards programme.
The Midlands-based company has received a ‘Gold’ award for sales in the EA Masters 2021/22 Best Estate Agent Guide, organised by the Property Academy and sponsored by Rightmove, one of the UK’s leading property portal websites.
Judges analysed all the UK’s 15,000-plus estate agents using more than three billion data points, one million listings, 30,000 survey responses and 2,887 web enquiries, with Bond Wolfe’s sales performance resulting in
The rare chance to buy a Grade II-listed Victorian building in Birmingham city centre with a guide price* of £550,000+ is coming up at Bond Wolfe’s auction in December.
The attractive inner terrace property at 54 Newhall Street is located near to the junction with Cornwall Street, in the heart of the city’s Colmore Business Improvement District.
The four-storey, self-contained office building has for many years served as offices for renowned city law firm Grove Tompkins Bosworth, which has now relocated across the inner ring road to Water Street.
Dating from the
Eight luxury apartments in Derbyshire town likely as auction raises £177,500 for disused church
A former Methodist church in a Derbyshire town could soon be converted into eight luxury apartments after it was sold for £177,500 in Bond Wolfe’s latest livestreamed auction.
The vacant building with an attractive frontage on West Street, Swadlincote, had a guide price* of £140,000+ but attracted much higher bids, reflecting interest in the existing planning permission for the conversion from South Derbyshire District Council.
This unusual freehold property was one of 154 lots that were
Bond Wolfe raises nearly £¾m for former guesthouse near Sutton Coldfield
A former guesthouse with nine bedrooms and a swimming pool near Sutton Coldfield was sold for nearly three-quarters of a million pounds ahead of Bond Wolfe’s latest auction.
The detached property known as Highfield Farm, overlooking open countryside on Farthing Lane in Curdworth, had a guide price* of £635,000+ but keen interest saw its sale prior to the auction for £740,000.
This unusual freehold property joined 154 lots that were successfully sold in the auction on 20 October, raising a total of more than