Plenty for all pockets in July Auction
Bond Wolfe Auctions’ upcoming July auction has a huge selection of Birmingham residential properties to suit all pockets.
The 177 lot auction is the largest remote bidding auction to be held in the Midlands. It is starting at the earlier time of 9am, to accommodate for the large number of lots, on Wednesday 29 July with potential buyers bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.
The catalogue features all shapes and sizes from freehold four bedroom homes ready for a new owner to move in, to two bedroom properties that require plenty of TLC before they are habitable – but come at a bargain price.
At the upper end of the scale in the July auction, 91 Northfield Road in Harborne is a good example of a freehold four bedroom family home. Already supplied with gas central heating, it has accommodation spread over three floors, with two reception rooms and a kitchen on the ground floor and four bedrooms on the first and second floors. It comes with rear access to a garage and has a *guide price of £275,000.
An opportunity to create a great family home is offered at 338 Robin Hood Lane, Hall Green, a three bedroom extended semi-detached property. This lot has plenty of potential with gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing already in place and a driveway and gardens. It has a guide price of £50,000+.
Another property in the July sale requiring refurbishment can be found at 2 Holt Villas, Wishaw Lane, Curdworth, Sutton Coldfield. This is a three bedroom mid-terraced house with foregarden which already has gas central heating and UPVC double glazing but is in need of modernisation. It is offered with a guide price of £25,000+.
An end terraced property within walking distance of Harborne High Street is available at 10 Grosvenor Road. The home comes with three bedrooms and gas central heating, but also requires refurbishment. It has a guide price of £150,000+.
If you fancy a two bedroom semi-detached home in Hollywood, 404 Highters Heath Lane could be for you. It is vacant and freehold, has gas central heating and UPVC windows already in place and comes with a guide price of £14,000-£19,000.
A two bedroom end terraced property in Selly Park, 13 Pershore Avenue, is ready for improvement and has a guide price of £50,000+.
Another opportunity comes at 55 Sandringham Road, Great Barr, which is a three bedroom detached property which has full planning permission for further development (full details in the legal pack). The house is in need of modernisation and currently consists of three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, with reception room, kitchen and rear conservatory on the ground floor. The property is offered with a guide price of £69,000-£74,000.
For those seeking their first home, a two bedroom third floor apartment in Moseley Court, Yardley Wood Road, Moseley, will spark interest. No 27 is a vacant leasehold apartment and the building has communal grounds and parking. It has a guide price of £5,000+.
On a grander scale, 2a Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston, is a three bedroom ground floor mansion apartment. The property is vacant and on a long leasehold. With communal ground and communal parking – two spaces allocated – it is situated close to the city centre and the professional and creative quarters. It has a guide price of £165,000-£175,000.
Many of the properties featured in the sale have a virtual tour available, and more details are available at www.bondwolfe.com.
The auction on Wednesday 29 July starts at the earlier time of 9am and will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe Auctions’ website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.
Anyone interested in the auctions or with properties for sale in future auctions should contact [email protected], or call 0121 312 1212.