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Half a dozen homes in and around Nottingham will go under the hammer with starting prices a fraction of current market rates at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next live-streamed auction on Wednesday 19 May.

One of the stand-out lots is a three bedroom semi-detached house in the much sought-after market town of Long Eaton, midway between Nottingham and Derby, listed with a guide price* of just £59,000+.

The property, at 11 Stafford Street, has gardens front and rear, with a hall, reception room, kitchen, utility room and a rear lean-to downstairs, and three bedrooms and a shower room/WC on the first floor. It has gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing but is in need of modernisation.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “Like many of the lots in our catalogue, this property just needs some TLC from a family with DIY skills or an investor to make it a very attractive home indeed. It is located in an attractive area and its very low guide price is sure to make it a highly contested item when the bidding starts on 19 May.

“This will be the biggest property auction ever held outside of London and we are expecting thousands of people to log-on to watch proceedings and bid for properties. Our most recent online auction, in March, saw more than 34,000 people tune in and we achieved sales of more than £30.2 million.

“This month’s event is set to attract bidders from across the UK and overseas, attracted by genuine property bargains.”

Three of the Nottinghamshire properties in the catalogue are in the former mining community of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, just 20 minutes’ drive north of Long Eaton.

One, at 5 Cookson Street, comes with a guide price of only £39,000+ for a mid-terraced two bedroom house with gardens to the rear. It has two reception rooms, the kitchen and a bathroom/WC on the ground floor. It is fitted with UPVC double glazing.

Just five miles away, in Mansfield, a two bedroom semi detached house at 111 Yorke Street is up for auction with a guide price of £29,000-£34,000. With gardens front and rear, a bathroom/WC and two bedrooms on the first floor and two reception rooms and a kitchen on the ground floor, is has double glazing fitted but is in need of modernisation.

In Nottingham itself, at 29 Hoylake Crescent, a three bedroom semi detached home carries a guide price of £50,000+ – less than half the current market rate. Another property in need of renovation and modernisation, it has a driveway and garden to the front and more gardens to the rear, while inside it has two reception rooms, the kitchen, a WC and a rear lobby on the ground floor with three bedrooms and a bathroom WC upstairs. It is also fitted with UPVC double glazing.

The properties in and around Nottingham are just a few of 236 lots listed for Bond Wolfe Auction’s 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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