Investors looking for cheaper homes that need work can bid on numerous Nottinghamshire homes priced from £14,000 to £39,000 in a week’s time at Bond Wolfe’s auction.
Eight two and three-bedroomed terraced houses in Worksop are listed with a guide price of just £14,000-£19,000 because they are in need of modernisation.
Many of the homes, including three in Welbeck Street, are being sold as residential investments as they are currently occupied by tenants.
For sale as a potential family home, however, is the three-bedroom mid terraced house at 63 Duke Street, Worksop.
With its low guide price it is in need of modernisation, but it offers two reception rooms, a kitchen and a bathroom with WC on the ground floor along with three bedrooms upstairs. There is a garden to the front and a yard at the rear.
At 13 Alfred Street, in Sutton-in-Ashfield, a two bedroom end terrace house has a guide price of £39,000+.
With a garden to the rear, it has a reception room and dining kitchen on the ground floor, a bedroom and the bathroom on the first floor and an attic bedroom above. It has gas fired central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe, said: “These lots are great examples of the kind of value available in Nottinghamshire in terms of both residential properties and investment opportunities.
“We’re expecting some competitive bidding from potential buyers at our auction, who often include a variety of house-hunters, developers and landlords looking to grow their portfolios.”
The Nottinghamshire homes are among 211 lots listed in Bond Wolfe’s next auction, which starts at 9am on Thursday 9 September.
The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only, and bidders must pre-register no later than 12 noon on Wednesday 8 September.