The award-winning auction house Bond Wolfe Auctions has revealed more lots ahead of their upcoming sale next month.
With listings ranging as far north as Lanarkshire to holiday homes in the South West of England in Cornwall, the West Midlands-based auctioneer has a number of properties up for grabs throughout the country.
Begining down South, Bond Wolfe Auctions has two-holiday bungalows in Hengar Manor Holiday Park, Cornwall, up for sale.
Pictured above, 81 Hengar Manor is a two-bed has a guide price of £20,000. Meanwhile, the auction house is also selling 91 Hengar Manor, which is a two-bedroom (one double, one twin size) for a guide price of £35,000.
Both properties are set within the 35-acre holiday park and feature access to a 9 hole golf course, tennis court, fishing lake, swimming pool and restaurant.
The pair of lots follows four previous sales of Hengar Manor homes in recent Bond Wolfe auctions, including the sale of a bungalow with a guide price of £35,000, selling for £56,000 at the company’s October auction.
Moving eastwards to Essex, Bond Wolfe Auctions also has a competitively-priced, freehold terraced house for sale (pictured left).
Featuring two ground floor reception rooms and a garden, the 3-bed Colchester property can be viewed in 3D, virtually on Residential People. Click here and hit the ‘Virtual Tour’ tab to see the property for yourself.
In Birmingham, meanwhile, the auctioneer has an attractive £34,000 per year offer for any keen property investor in the area.
As part of the upcoming sale, Bond Wolfe Auctions has a pair of mid-terraced houses that have been converted into six self-contained rented flats.
Bringing in a rental price of £33,780 per year, the properties at numbers 3 and 5 Anderton Road (featured image), have a joint guide price of £150,000.
Commenting on this lot, Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said: “These properties would make a great purchase for a landlord seeking to expand their portfolio, with a very manageable situation of six sizeable flats in the same location.”
Mr Bassi added: “These properties lie in vibrant area of Birmingham, not far away from the renowned Balti Triangle and less than half a mile away from Small Heath train station.”
Bond Wolfe’s next auction is on Wednesday, December 8th. Property owners interested in selling can arrange a free auction appraisal by calling visiting their website.
Alternatively, if you’re looking to buy a property from Bond Wolfe Auctions, why not take a look at their range of properties for sale on Residential People.