A three-storey commercial unit with living accommodation over two floors in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter is being sold at Bond Wolfe’s next auction later this month.
New owners will be able to both live and work in Marquis Mews at 4 Branston Street, with a ground floor commercial unit and residential space on the upper floors, plus a private roof terrace and communal courtyard at the rear.
The freehold, mid-terraced mews property has been listed with a guide price* of £230,000+ in the livestreamed auction on Wednesday 30 March.
Ian Tudor, joint managing director of auctions at Bond Wolfe, said: “This eye-catching and well-presented property is set to attract keen attention from bidders due to its reasonable guide price in such a great location.
“The commercial space on the ground floor offers two rooms and a kitchenette, shower and toilet, with a door leading to the communal courtyard to the rear.
“The property has both an internal and external staircase to the upper floors, which would allow the property to be split into two self-contained elements.
“On the first floor there is a rear entrance lobby, fitted kitchen, bathroom with full suite, one double bedroom and a study/single bedroom.
“On the second floor there is a good-sized lounge and dining area with access to a private roof terrace.
“The property is located in a block of similar properties fronting Branston Street close to its junction with Hall Street, within Birmingham’s historic and vibrant Jewellery Quarter.”
Tudor added: “The immediate area has benefitted from large scale investment in recent years to create a popular hub for jewellery manufacturing and other creative industries together with bars, restaurants, residential and professional uses.”
The Jewellery Quarter property is among scores of lots that will appear in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which starts at 9am on Wednesday 30 March.
It will be livestreamed via the auctioneer’s website, with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only.