Birmingham renovation properties for £5,000
They may need some tender loving care, but starting prices as low as £5,000 for Birmingham renovation properties will excite bidders at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction on Wednesday 16th September.
A two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house with front and back gardens at 52 Tamerton Road in Bartley Green, is the one with a guide price* of just £5,000+. It also benefits from gas-fired central heating and double glazing.
Over in Great Barr, a two-bedroomed, semi-detached house standing back from the road with front and back gardens at 610 Kings Road has an attractive guide price of £20,000+.
Another home with a guide price of £20,000+ is a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house with front and back gardens at 404 Redditch Road, Kings North. This also benefits from gas-fired central heating.
Meanwhile, a three-bedroom, mid-terraced house with front garden and rear yard at 400 Moor Green Lane in Moseley has a guide price of £75,000+, which is remarkably low for this highly desirable suburb.
Gurpeet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “These four lots are great examples of the low guide prices to be found at auctions when properties need modernisation works.
“But for capable first-time buyers, or for landlords looking to invest to expand their portfolios, all these houses offer great opportunities, and we’re expecting them both to receive competitive bids.”
A more unusual and pristine lot in the auction is a compact, one-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 9 Compton Drive in the Streetly area of Sutton Coldfield, which has a guide price of £115,000+.
This leasehold property has been recently refurbished to a high standard, with new double glazing fitted throughout, plus newly fitted kitchen and bathroom.
It also has double glazing and electric heating, lies in a quiet cul-de-sac set back from the road behind front and side gardens, and has a parking space.
At the other end of the market is a four-bedroomed, detached property called Eadie House at 110 Langleys Road, in Selly Oak, with a guide price of £325,000+.
Mr Bassi of Bond Wolfe Auctions said: “This property is essentially a single dwelling but was until recently used as a community home of multiple occupation by the Methodist Church.
“It is now offered as an attractive detached dwelling standing back from the road behind a front garden and driveway, with a large rear garden and patio.
“It’s well located for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Birmingham University, is well served by local schools and shops, and there is excellent transport links direct into the city centre just a few miles away.”
He added: “What these lots show is the sheer choice available at our auction, with something for everybody.”
These Birmingham renovation properties are just a selection of the Birmingham homes featuring in a total of 214 lots at what will be the UK’s largest-ever remote bidding, livestreamed auction on Wednesday 16th September.
It starts at the earlier time of 9am and will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe Auctions’ website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.