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Keen bidders will be excited to see family homes at bargain starting prices in Nottinghamshire in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next auction in Birmingham on Wednesday 11 December.

While the UK’s average house costs more than £234,000 according to the latest official House Price Index, the auction at Villa Park has decent properties with guide prices* under £30,000.

One of the best bargains is a two-bedroomed mid-terrace at 80 Alfreton Road in Selston, located close to Selston Country Park and near junction 28 of the M1 motorway.

This vacant house has a guide price of £14,000 to £19,000, which reflects the need for renovation, although it benefits from central heating, double glazing and a rear garden with the potential for off-road parking.

Over in Calverton is a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 46 Labray Road, close to Calverton Village Hall and recreation grounds.

This property has front and back gardens, a traditional layout, central heating and double-glazing, and comes with a guide price of £34,000 to £29,000.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “These are both great little bargains that could be ideal as the first-owned home for a family with children, or for landlords seeking to increase their portfolio.

“We have a great range of properties for all buyers, and we’re expecting a packed room of bidders on the day.”

The bargain Nottinghamshire homes are just two of 164 lots that will be offered on 11 December at what is the largest property auction to be held in the Midlands in 2019.

Bond Wolfe Auctions, which launched in January this year, has so far sold 503 lots out of 592 offered and raised over £66.2 million with an average success rate of 85% – comfortably making it the West Midlands’ leading auctioneer.

Anyone interested in the auction or with properties for sale in future auctions should contact [email protected], call 0121 312 1212 or visit

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