Established Midlands auction house, Bond Wolfe Auctions, has revealed more standout properties ahead of their upcoming auction.
With a guide price of just £115,000; Bond Wolfe Auctions expects the ‘tiny but perfect house’ in the select town of Sutton Coldfield to prove popular with first-time buyers and investors alike.
Situated at 9 Compton Drive-in Streetly, the one-bedroom home (pictured right) sits close to the 2,4000-acre National Nature Reserve of Sutton Park.
The recently refurbished end-terrace has been finished to a high standard, with new double glazing fitted throughout, and is set back from the road behind front and side gardens in a quiet cul-de-sac.
Other benefits include a newly fitted kitchen with fridge-freezer, washing machine and cooker and a newly fitted bathroom and shower, while outside this is an allocated parking space with more parking available opposite.
Commenting on the property, Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “We don’t get many properties in Sutton Coldfield at such attractive starting prices, but then again we don’t get that many one-bedroomed houses.
“That said, this really is a perfect home for a couple wanting their first property, or for a professional needing a base to work from in the Midlands.
“The refurbishment is impressive, and the location so close to Sutton Park, supermarkets, shops and restaurants will be an enviable one.”
The Compton Drive property is just one of a wide range of lots in Birmingham to appear in Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next sale on Wednesday 28 October.
One of the other standout lots is a string of four neighbouring Wolverhampton homes that have been converted into flats.
Located in Tettenhall Road, (pictured right) and carrying a £1 million price tag the properties are a high-priced offering but represent a genuine potential investment as the four semi-detached properties have been converted into 18 individual apartments with ten one-bedroom flats and eight studio apartments.
Ron Darlington, Consultant Director at Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “This is an attractive site in a popular part of the city.
“The development potential makes the £1m price tag particularly good value and we are expected a considerable degree of interest from property investors with an eye for a bargain. The state of the property market means demand for residential development opportunities continues to be extremely strong at present, so we expect bidding to be fierce for this lot.”
The Birmingham and Tettenhall Road sites are just a sample of the 212 properties to be offered as part of the Bond Wolfe Auction online sale.