Fire damaged Rotherham property offered with nil reserve at auction
Fire damaged Rotherham property to be sold at auction is one of two Rotherham properties being offered with a nil reserve in a national property auction in Birmingham later this month.
Bond Wolfe Auctions is offering the two properties at its auction on Thursday 27 February at Aston Villa FC, with the first lot of the day going under the hammer at 10am.
The auction, with a 215 lot catalogue, will be the largest auction ever held outside of London.
A three bedroom semi-detached house at 73 Deightonby Street, Thurnscoe, Rotherham, has fire damage throughout and is offered with a nil reserve.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “Clearly this is a project for someone with more than just a DIY skillset. The building is extensively damaged by fire and the property will need a considerable amount of work – hence the nil reserve guide price.”
Also available with a nil reserve is a three bedroom end terrace property at 25 Co-Operative Street, Goldthorpe, Rotherham. It has two bedrooms on the first floor and an attic bedroom. The property does have gas fired central heating and double glazing but is in need of modernisation.
The auction on Thursday 27 February will start at the earlier time of 10am in order to cater for the record number of lots to be offered on the day.
* Each property is subject to a reserve price which may be different from the guide price.
Bond Wolfe Auctions are the leading auctioneers in the Midlands* with over 300 years combined property experience. They sell all types of residential, commercial and mixed-use property, investments and land/development sites for private individuals and corporate clients. They will hold six auctions in 2020 at Aston Villa FC as well as offering online auctions, selling properties nationally across the UK.
(*based on the number of properties offered, % properties sold and amount raised in 2019. Figures obtained from Essential Information Group.)