A four-bedroom home with extensive gardens in the Staffordshire countryside is among the properties being auctioned later this month.
This property is in need of refurbishment work or could be redeveloped – given the appropriate planning permission – and comes with a guide price of £225,000+.
The four bedroomed semi-detached house, at Gallows End Cottage, Rodbaston, is on the edge of the South Staffordshire village of Penkridge.
James Rossiter, auction valuer at Bond Wolfe, said: “This property is set behind a private, gated, driveway and extensive foregardens in a semi-rural area.
“A roomy home, suitable for a large family, we believe the size of the plot – which includes a large rear garden and double garage – would potentially make it suitable for redevelopment.
“Like many properties at auction it is in need of some TLC but we believe there will be many who can see its potential and expect highly competitive bidding when it goes under the hammer at our 21 July auction.”
The ground floor of the house is laid out with the hall, reception room, utility room, a large kitchen, an inner hall, wet room, WC and a second reception room that could be used as a bedroom. Upstairs are three bedrooms and the bathroom with WC.
The house has partial double glazing and gas fired central heating but is in need of some refurbishment works.
The property sits on the edge of Penkridge, offering easy access to the A449 between Stafford and Wolverhampton and the M6.
Gallows End Cottage is among 206 properties appearing in Bond Wolfe’s auction that starts at 9.30am on 21 July in the Holte Suite at Villa Park. The auction will also be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet.