Georgian property among lots at November auction

From a ‘cuckoo’s nest’ and converted film studios flat to an underground reservoir and Tranquil Passage, Clive Emson Auctioneers has 153 lots on offer in its latest auction.

“Cuckoo’s Nest”

Cuckoo’s Nest (lot 38) is a four-bedroom detached Georgian house in Trinity Square, Margate, Kent. The property, untouched for many years, has a guide price of £220-240,000 and is among 153 lots listed across southern England and Wales.

The auction opens for 48 hours and ends on 2 November.

In the listing are 55 vacant residential properties, 38 investment properties, 30 commercial lots, 17 grazing sites and 13 development sites.

James Emson, managing director of Clive Emson Auctioneers, said: “We anticipate keen interest in the latest variety of lots, priced to suit all manner of budgets.

“It is hard to believe we have already reached the penultimate auction of the year and the increase in the Stamp Duty threshold is sure to have an effect on the popularity of some lots, especially from first-time buyers who have been keeping a keen eye on the auction market this year.

“Our September auction saw numerous first-time buyers looking to purchase their first home, along with first-time investors and developers choosing our auctions as the first step of their property journey.

“This trend really does show that auctions truly do cater for everyone and offer a fast and transparent route to market.”

With a residents’ cinema, a converted Art Deco film studios in the aptly named Stanley Kubrick Road in Uxbridge, Middlesex, has a one-bedroom apartment for movie fans (or otherwise) with a guide price of £275,000-plus (lot 79).

Kubrick was one of the greatest American filmmakers, directing classics such as Dr Strangelove, Spartacus, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Shining and Full Metal Jacket.

The ‘Stanley Kubrick Road’ property

In Reigate, Surrey, woodland with an underground reservoir and former pumping station is guided at £32-35,000 (lot 121).

Tranquil Passage is home to a three-storey, vacant commercial premises in the heart of Blackheath Village, London. Guide price: £490,000-plus (lot 151).

Four terraced mews-style flats in Folkestone, Kent, currently let at £17,750 pa, have been in the same family ownership for around 140 years, the year Queen Victoria opened the Royal Courts of Justice in London. It has a guide price of £280-290,000 (lot 145).

Currently let at £86,460 pa is a block of self-contained flats and apartments in Gillingham, Kent, with a guide price of £1,100,000 to £1,150,000 (lot 113).

With permission for two houses to be built, two parcels of land on the south side of Higher Stennack, St Ives, Cornwall, is guided at £165-185,000 (lot 115).

Clive Emson Auctioneers have also been instructed to sell a 25-bedroom former care home in Dover, Kent, with a guide price of £580-620,000 (lot 149).

Also a six-bedroom house in multiple occupation with two apartments in Southsea, Portsmouth; the properties generate £63,480 pa. Guide price: £600-650,000 (lot 100).

In the former mining town of Tonypandy, Mid-Glamorgan, Wales, a residential and commercial property is guided at £75,000-plus (lot 62).

At the lowest rung of the guide price ladder is a strip of land at a residential development in Beverely, East Riding of Yorkshire, at £750-£1,000 (lot 133).

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