Bond Wolfe offers five residential properties on behalf of Birmingham City Council
Bond Wolfe has a range of Birmingham City Council properties set to go under the hammer in its next property auction on Thursday, 18 May, but each comes with a development deadline.
Ron Darlington, consultant director of Bond Wolfe, said: “Once again, we are very proud to offer five opportunities to create new homes in our May auction.
“All these properties need some work but are a blank canvas for someone looking to create a family home.”
First up is 118 Wenlock Road, Aston, which is a two-bedroom, Victorian end terraced property which stands back from the road in a corner position with a fore garden and garage.
The accommodation includes an entrance porch, a hall, two reception rooms and a kitchen with no fittings. On the first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom with no fittings. Outside are front, side and rear gardens with a garage to the rear.
The property is offered with a guide price* of £150,000+ on a new 125-year lease with the caveat that the purchaser must bring the house back into beneficial use as a single dwelling within 12 months.
In Bordesley Green, 42 Norton Crescent is a three-bedroom, end terraced house with an entrance hall, reception room, store cupboard, kitchen and bathroom/WC on the ground floor, and three bedrooms on the first floor.
With a guide price of £140,000+, this property will also have a new 125-year lease and must be brought back into beneficial use as a single dwelling within 12 months.
9 Debenham Crescent is a three-bedroom, semi-detached property with uPVC windows but needs improvement works. The ground floor accommodation includes porch, hall, living room, store cupboard, and bathroom and kitchen, both with no fittings. Upstairs are three bedrooms.
With a new 125-year lease, this property must also be brought back into beneficial use as a single dwelling within 12 months. It has a guide price of £130,000+.
In Kings Heath, 45 Yarningale Road is also three bedrooms, semi-detached property standing back from the road. The property is in need of general upgrading and the accommodation includes on the ground floor a storm porch, hall, cloaks cupboard, through reception room with French doors to the garden, a kitchen, pantry and covered side entry. On the first floor are three bedrooms, a bathroom and separate WC.
Offered with a guide price of £225,000+ and a new 125-year lease, this property must also be brought back into beneficial use as a single dwelling within 12 months.
The fifth property being offered by Bond Wolfe on behalf of Birmingham City Council is 21 Elderfield Road in Kings Norton which is a three bedroom, end terraced property. With a guide price of £90,000+, it has an entrance hall, reception room, kitchen, two store rooms and a bathroom with no fittings on the ground floor. On the first floor are three bedrooms. The property is in need of modernisation throughout.
This is also offered with a new 125 year lease, but in this case the property must be brought back into beneficial use as a single dwelling within 24 months.
These are just five properties among scores of lots appearing in Bond Wolfe’s next property auction, starting at 9 am on Thursday, 18 May.
The online property auction will be live-streamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or Internet.
For more details and to register to bid, visit www.bondwolfe.com/property-auctions-west-midlands/ or email [email protected], or call 0121 312 1212 or 01902 928 510.