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Bond Wolfe Auctions has unveiled one of the first hot lots it will be offering at its opening auction of 2019 on Wednesday 13 March at Villa Park.

Managing director Gurpreet Bassi said: “For our first auction we have managed to secure a fantastic lot at the foot of the Lickey Hills. The property has not been lived in for many years and so requires total refurbishment – giving one lucky bidder a blank canvas on which to create a wonderful family home.”

The three bed semi-detached property on Barnt Green Road, Cofton Hackett, is one of those properties that is in a really great location.

Whether you work in Birmingham or to the south of the city, it is an ideal commuting distance to the city or many north Worcestershire towns. Barnt Green is just two miles away with its train station with regular services into Birmingham via the University of Birmingham and south to Bromsgrove, Droitwich Spa and Worcester.

The property also offers easy access to the national motorway network via Junction 1 of the M42 and Junction 4 of the M5.

The house stands behind a good sized front garden with driveway and has a rear garden with bags of potential.

Positioned at the foot of the Lickey Hills, it is just 0.6 miles away from Cofton Reservoir, Lickey Hill Golf Course is less than a mile away, and Cofton Hackett itself boasts a stunning park over 135 acres.

Mr Bassi said: “Three bed semi-detached properties in a location as good as this don’t come to auction very often, but someone is going to have the chance to renovate a house in an area where similar properties often sell for four or five times the *guide price of £50,000.

“This property is attracting a lot of attention and is just one of a number of great lots we have lined up for our first auction.”

View a selection of the properties for our next auction here, or to offer your property please call 0121 312 1212.

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