From city centre Rotunda flat to terrace in plush suburb
Do you fancy a solid income from owning a flat on the 16th floor of the famous Rotunda tower, with panoramic views of Birmingham?
Or perhaps you would like to live in a smart terrace in the much sought-after suburb of Harborne?
Both are options among a wide range of attractive properties at Bond Wolfe’s next livestreamed auction on Wednesday 9 February.
Apartment 1606 The Rotunda is the latest property in the renowned tower at 150 New Street that Bond Wolfe has successfully sold at its auctions.
The one-bedroomed apartment on a long leasehold has a guide price of just £125,000+ but will bring the new owner rental income of £8,340 per annum – a potential yield of nearly 6.7%.
Meanwhile, the two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 16 Station Road in Harborne offers vacant possession on completion and is in the auction with a £250,000+ guide price.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said: “The Rotunda apartment includes a hall, fitted kitchen, living area, bedroom and shower room with toilet, and it will be sold subject to the existing tenancy.
“Importantly, it benefits from triple glazing, electric heating, an extraction system, intercom and concierge, and its rental value could make attractive returns for the new landlord owner.
“The Harborne terrace has gardens front and back, and downstairs is a vestibule, hall, two reception rooms, and kitchen with understairs store.
“Upstairs is a landing with store, two bedrooms and bathroom, with the back garden also hosting brick-built stores.
“This property benefits from gas central heating and double-glazing to the majority of its windows, and it will make an ideal purchase for either first-time buyers or landlords seeking to grow their portfolio.”
Other lots set to excite bidders include a three-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 217 Charles Road in Small Heath, which has a guide price of £50,000+ – which reflects its need for refurbishment.
At the other end of the market is a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 24 Hermitage Road in Edgbaston, with a guide price of £195,000+.
This property benefits from gas central heating and is located on the select Calthorpe Estate, with gardens front and back.
There are decent properties listed in the outer city areas as well, with a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 170 Farren Road in Northfield in the auction with a guide price of just £70,000+.
This home needs modernising, although it has gardens front and back, plus it already benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
On the other side of the city at 42 Dagnall Road in Acocks Green is another house that needs improvement works, but one that will draw competitive bidding with a guide price of just £69,000+.
This three-bedroomed, mid-terraced property also has gardens front and back and benefits from gas central heating.
Mr Bassi added: “Even this small selection of the numerous lots we have listed shows the amazing range of properties we are offering in our increasingly popular auctions.”
The Birmingham properties are among 159 lots that will appear in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which starts at 9am on Wednesday 9 February. The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.
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.
Anyone with properties to sell in a future auction can arrange a free appraisal by calling the auction team or visiting www.bondwolfe.com/free-property-appraisal/.