Scores of Black Country homes from £30k at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next online auction
More than 60 Black Country homes ranging from bargain fixer-uppers to smart modern apartments will go under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next sale on 31 March.
A three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 273 Stafford Road, in Wolverhampton comes with a guide price* of just £30,000+, but the new owners will need DIY skills and an appetite for hard work, as it needs extensive improvements.
Less effort will be needed for the new owners of another three-bedroomed semi, this time at 25 Sussex Avenue, in Wednesbury, as it’s in a tidy condition despite a guide price of just £50,000+.
With gardens front and rear, central heating and a majority of windows fitted with double glazing, this home also has a conservatory, downstairs bedroom with en suite wet room and toilet, and two bedrooms upstairs with a shower room and toilet.
Over in Brierley Hill, one of the stylish apartments at the impressive Landmark building is listed with a guide price of only £75,000.
This property was previously offices before a dramatic redevelopment project by Seven Capital six years ago which created 180 homes.
Apartment 117 has fine views across the Waterfront development and neighbouring the Merry Hill shopping centre, with bars, restaurants and the canals on the doorstep.
With two double bedrooms, a bathroom and access to communal grounds outside, the flat’s kitchen is equipped with a split-level cooker, fridge-freezer and washer dryer.
Another lot likely to attract bidders’ attention is a substantial, three-bedroomed detached house at 520 Sutton Road, in Walsall, which has a guide price of £150,000+.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “As our auctions have grown in size, so they have grown in the sheer range of properties we are able to offer for sale.
“While some are in need of renovation, they have low guide prices that make them attractive to first-time buyers with DIY skills or landlords looking to increase their portfolios.
“Many others are in a good state of repair and simply need a new family to stamp their personality on them.”
Mr Bassi added: “Our auctions are proving a major draw for both investors and house hunters from across the UK, with our last online auction in February attracting 23,000 people who watched the proceedings and 3,500 who were registered as bidders.
“Moving to online, live-streamed auctions has opened up our catalogue to buyers who would never have attended a one-day physical auction in Birmingham, and I fully expect the 31 March event to prove another major attraction.”
The Black Country homes are among 226 lots that are listed for Bond Wolfe Auction’s online auction which starts at 8.30am on Wednesday 31 March.
There are lots from across the UK covering everywhere from Cornwall to Northumberland and with guide prices ranging from £nil to £850,000.
The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe Auctions’ website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.