Mr Men-style Coventry home priced at £10,000 to £15,000 by Bond Wolfe Auctions
Properties for sale by auction in Coventry which includes this quaint Coventry house looks like something out of a Mr Men story book, but it’s the £10,000 to £15,000 guide price* that will capture bidders’ imagination at an auction next month.
The two-bedroomed, mid-terraced property stands flush to the pavement at 35 Cromwell Street in Edgwick, and Bond Wolfe Auctions are putting it under the hammer at Villa Park in Birmingham on Wednesday 3 July
The house comes with gas-fired central heating, double glazing to most windows and a compact rear garden, is located close to Webster’s and Red House Parks and has the Bricklayers Arms on the same street.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “This is a lovely little house and with such a competitive starting price is likely to be very popular with first-time buyers or landlords looking to expand.”
The house is one of several properties for sale by auction in Coventry in what is Bond Wolfe Auctions’ third auction in a row to offer over 100 lots.
Another lot is a semi-detached house located a few blocks away from the Ricoh Arena at 21 Glenn Street, with a guide price of £25,000+.
This three-bedroomed property stands back from the road behind a driveway and front garden and has double-glazing throughout, although it needs improvement.
A similar property is a semi-detached house at 52 Elm Tree Avenue in Tile Hill, and while this also needs modernisation it has three good bedrooms and comes with a guide price of £50,000+.
A house at 292 Heath End Road in Nuneaton, within half a mile of the George Eliot Hospital, is another semi-detached with three bedrooms and a guide price of £50,000+, and this also needs renovation.
Meanwhile, a dormer bungalow called ‘Linden’ on the Berkswell Road in the much sought-after village of Meriden has an attractive guide price of £195,000+.
This two-bedroomed property needs improvement, but with a double garage and gardens it also has plenty of development potential, subject to planning permission, and is likely to be a popular lot.
Mr Bassi added: “These five Coventry residential properties show the volume of great investments we have at our auction and are a great example of the choice we will be offering from across the Midlands and further afield.”
Bond Wolfe Auctions only launched in January but has already been instructed on 350 properties this year.
Its first two auctions had an average success rate over 87% which has quickly established the business as the Midlands’ leading auctioneer in 2019.
There are 120 lots in the auction on Wednesday 3 July, and these can all be viewed here.
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