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A choice of Birmingham homes for everyone at Bond Wolfe’s next property auction


A wide range of homes across Birmingham at all price levels are appearing at Bond Wolfe’s next live-streamed property auction on Wednesday 30 March.

Two good examples of the property listings available are both in Erdington, where a three-bedroomed semi is listed with a guide price* of £79,000+ and a four-bedroomed, mid-terraced has a guide price of £180,000+.

The semi is at 89 Wheelwright Road and, while it stands nicely back from the road behind a front garden, the property is said to need complete works throughout, with no kitchen or bathroom fittings.

There are, however, prospects for a DIY expert keen on doing a place up, and with three reception rooms, gardens front and back and a garage it is likely to attract keen bidding.

The smarter terrace at the other end of the price scale is at 284 Slade Road and was previously used for supported living accommodation.

It has front and back gardens, shower and toilet rooms on the ground and first floor, and benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, as well as emergency lighting, fire doors and mains, and smoke alarms.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said: “These two properties are great examples of the choice we have at our auctions – with one ideal as what we call a fixer-upper, while the other is almost ready to move straight in.

“There is a similarly wide selection of guide prices to be found across Birmingham, ranging from an entry-level bargain terrace at £40,000+ all the way up to a fine terrace with permission for an extension in a prime suburb at £475,000+.”

The bargain with a guide price of £40,000+ is a two-bedroomed, end-terraced house standing flush to the pavement at 75 Perrott Street in Winson Green.

This property has a rear garden, gas central heating and the majority of windows are double glazed, but it is said to need refurbishment.

Meanwhile, the property with a £475,000+ guide price is a three-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 51 Greenfield Road, one of the most sought-after streets in central Harborne.

This is not only described as “beautifully presented” with period features, a converted basement and landscaped gardens, but it also has planning permission for a large two-storey and single-storey rear extension.

One of the eye-catching lots in the auction is an orange-painted two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 135 Oxhill Road in Handsworth, which has a guide price of £50,000+.

This property is quite well-known in the area due to its orange colour and because it used to have an orange camper van parked outside.

The house steps up from the road with a small front garden and rear garden, plus a porch and double glazing, although no kitchen fittings and the need for refurbishment throughout are reflected in the price.

There are plenty of other lots appearing at the auction from other areas of the city, including a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 4 Ibberton Road at the south end of Kings Heath.

This property’s guide price of £95,000+ reflects the need for some renovations, but with a driveway, garage, front and back gardens, gas central heating and double glazing, it’s still set to draw bidders’ attention.

Another ready-to-move-in property is a four-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 224 Yardley Fields Road on the Yardley-Lea Hall border with a driveway, gardens, rear garage, gas central heating and double glazed windows and a £280,000+ guide price.

The Birmingham properties are among 199 lots that will appear in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which starts at 9 am on Wednesday 30 March. The auction will be live-streamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.

For more details and to register to bid visit, email, or call 0121 312 1212 or 01902 928 510.

Anyone with properties to sell in a future auction can arrange a free appraisal by calling the auction team or visiting


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