Scores of Black Country homes at bargain prices at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ February sale
Bargain prices at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ February sale with more than 60 homes across the Black Country are set to go under the hammer at the biggest property auction event ever held outside of London.
Bond Wolfe Auctions are expecting a bumper turnout of bidders at the upcoming auction event at the Holte Suite, Villa Park, on Thursday 27 February when a record-breaking 215 lots will go under the hammer.
And 66 of them are in the Black Country, ranging from two-bedroom terraced homes with guide prices* of just £5,000 in Tipton and Wednesbury to a three-bed detached bungalow in Lanesfield, Wolverhampton, with a guide price of £225,000.
Many of the homes going under the hammer at budget prices are in need of varying degrees of refurbishment and modernisation.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “At these kind of prices these properties offer an unrivalled opportunity for investors, developers and for young couples looking to get a foot on the property ladder.
“The sheer number of properties up for sale at our February auction means there is something for everyone, no matter how deep their pockets are.”
A two bedroom semi-detached house at 16 Three Tuns Lane in Wolverhampton carries a guide price of £9,000-£14,000 for a virtually empty shell fitted with gas-fired central heating and double glazing.
In Dudley a two bedroom semi-detached house at 33 Buffery Road, with a garage, gardens, central heating and upvc windows has a guide price of just £14,000-£19,000, while a three bedroom semi-detached house at 101 Hordern Road in Wolverhampton has a guide price of only £25,000.
In Wordsley the £25,000 guide price on a three bedroom semi-detached house on a large corner plot at 34 Oakfield Road is remarkable value – according to Zoopla local property prices are currently north of £250,000.
Meanwhile, in Willenhall, a large and distinctive four-bedroomed detached house at 35 Birmingham Street carries a guide price of just £44,000 to £49,000.
The auction on Thursday 27 February will now start at the earlier time of 10am, in order to cater for the record number of lots to be offered on the day.
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