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An attractive end-terraced house in Birmingham’s newest trendy property hotspot is set to prompt competitive bidding at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next live-streamed auction on Wednesday 19 May.

The two-bedroomed freehold house at 60 Charlotte Road in Stirchley, which benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, has a guide price* of £150,000+.

But the extra draw are the artisan bakeries, micro-breweries, quirky boutiques and independent restaurants that have led to Stirchley being named as one of the UK’s coolest neighbourhoods.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “Stirchley really has become one of the hip places to be in Birmingham.

“Not only is the suburb itself becoming more popular, it’s also only a short distance from other top neighbourhoods like Bournville and Kings Heath, and is well connected on the busy Redditch to Lichfield cross city train line.

“This end terrace will make the perfect starter home for a new couple wanting to start a family, or for a landlord looking to extend their portfolio.”

Another popular suburb is Harborne, where Bond Wolfe Auctions is offering a three-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 38 Grosvenor Road for a guide price of £100,000+.

This starting price reflects the need for modernisation, but the fact that it’s just a short walk away from Harborne’s high street will again make it a popular lot.

Other investment opportunities include a three-bedroomed, end-terraced house at 16 Tedstone Road in Quinton where improvement works throughout are required, resulting in a low guide price of £50,000+.

Over in Handsworth, a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 12 Coombe Road with decent front and back gardens but requiring refurbishment has a guide price of £69,000+.

And back across the city in Tyseley is a two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 736 Warwick Road with double glazing and a shed-workshop in the back garden. The need for works again means a decent guide price of just £50,000+.

An interesting opportunity is a two bedroomed, semi-detached house with gas central heating and double glazing at 4 Coven Grove in Weoley Castle, which has a guide price of £65,000+.

This property stands back from the road behind a driveway and has plenty of space to the side which may be suitable for development, subject to planning permission.

Mr Bassi added: “Once again our auction has a great selection of properties that could suit a wide range of bidders’ needs, and we’re expecting another busy day.”

The Birmingham properties are just a few of the 236 lots listed for Bond Wolfe Auctions’ online auction which starts at 8.30am on Wednesday 19 May.

The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe Auctions’ website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only, and bidders must pre-register no later than 12 noon on Tuesday 18 May.

This follows Bond Wolfe Auctions’ last auction on 31 March which raised over £30.2 million in sales, a new record for the UK’s most successful livestreamed auction.

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