Bag a bargain in the Black Country in July sale
Bond Wolfe Auctions next sale on Wednesday 29 July gets off to a racing start with four cracking Black Country properties first to go under the hammer.
The 177 lot auction is the largest remote bidding auction to be held in the Midlands. It is starting at the earlier time of 9am, to accommodate the large number of lots, on Wednesday 29 July with potential buyers bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.
First up is 93 Prestwood Road, Wolverhampton, a three bedroom semi-detached house with plenty of scope for improvement as a family home. It has a guide price of £120,000+.
Another three bedroom, semi-detached home awaiting some TLC, is 182 Castlecroft Road, Wolverhampton, which has gas fired central heating, but is in need of refurbishment and comes with a guide price of £115,000+.
Third on the rostrum will be a three bedroom detached bungalow at 1 Warstones Road, Penn, which comes with gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing and a guide price of £110,000+.
The fourth of the black country properties, all being offered on behalf of City of Wolverhampton Council, is 76 Beckett Street, Wolverhampton, a two bedroom, mid-terraced property with a guide price of £37,000+. It has a guide price of £37,000.
Another property needing a lot of loving is a four bedroomed, end terraced property at 579 Parkfield Road, Wolverhampton, which has gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing but is need of modernisation, which is reflected in the guide price of £25,000+.
In Oldbury, 128 Titford Road is a three bedroom, semi-detached property which is freehold and vacant. It has gas central heating and some UPVC windows and also requires modernisation. It has a guide price of £50,000+.
Over in Wednesbury, a three bedroom, mid-terraced property at 107 Wolverhampton Street, is available with a guide price of £34,000-£39,000.
Another three bedroom, semi-detached property in Dudley at 616 Birmingham New Road, which comes with a feature corner bath, has plenty of scope for improvement and a guide price of £50,000+.
Down the road in Stourbridge, 34 Oakfield Road, Wordsley, is a vacant freehold detached property, currently with three bedrooms but which may have the potential for development to the side, subject to planning permission. It stands on a corner plot behind a driveway and foregarden and has a guide price of £25,000.
Also in Stourbridge, 124 King William Street in Amblecote, is a two bedroom end terraced property with double glazing and cellar space, but requiring refurbishment. It has a guide price of £34,000-£39,000.
A family home in the making is available at Aglovale, Dover Street in Bilston, where a five bedroom double fronted property may be suitable for redevelopment, subject to planning permission. The vacant freehold property has a guide price of £74,000-£79,000.
In Tipton, 1 Tibbington Terrace, is another property with development potential, subject to planning permission. It currently offers three bedrooms and has a guide price of £9,000-£14,000.
These are just a few of the many Black Country properties featured in the sale, and several have a virtual tour available. More details are available at www.bondwolfe.com.
The auction on Wednesday 29 July 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.
Anyone interested in the auctions or with properties for sale in future auctions should contact [email protected], or call 0121 312 1212.