SDL Property Auctions has launched its latest interactive digital catalogue of around 200 lots.
The catalogue offers properties for all budgets in all parts of the country, from a plot of land on Orkney down to a flat in Teignmouth on the Devon coast.
Held on Thursday 24th June, the National Property Auction will be live-streamed from the head office auction studio with three remote bidding options: online, on the phone and by proxy.
Andrew Parker, managing director and auctioneer said: “We are delighted to offer another packed and varied catalogue of properties to suit all budgets and tastes. Once again, we have lots in England, Scotland and Wales, underlining our position as a national auctioneer.
“We know that buying a property is currently a challenge for some people due to the high demand versus supply but rest assured, when you buy a property by auction, both parties enter into a legally binding agreement to complete the purchase. There’s no room for negotiation on the price; you know exactly what you’ll have to pay and it’s completely transparent and secure.”
At the lower end of the budget is a ground-floor flat in Cumbria, with a guide price of £1,000+. Previously let at £300 per calendar month and sold with vacant possession, 5B Egerton Court in Barrow-In-Furness has two bedrooms, a kitchen, lounge and bathroom.
In Wales there’s a bungalow going under the hammer with a guide price of £35,000+. Requiring refurbishment, 11 Hill Street in Rhosllanerchrugog near Wrexham is located in a quiet village on a large plot with space to extend, subject to planning permission, and features a lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
There are character properties, including a cottage in the West Yorkshire town of Holmfirth. 35 Underbank Old Road is a three-storey mid-terraced cottage with a dining kitchen on the ground floor, sitting room on the first floor and two bedrooms, a bathroom and a study on the second floor. It is less than a mile from the centre of Holmfirth and has far-reaching views across the Holme Valley. The guide price is £115,000+.
Bristol offers a three bedroomed terraced house which has been reconfigured to feature a bedsit at the front of the house comprising a large room with a small kitchen, shower, toilet and bedroom. The rear of the ground floor of 43 Heron Road features a kitchen, small living room, bedroom and bathroom, while upstairs also comprises a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and living room, along with a storage cupboard.
At the top end of the budget is an development opportunity in Warwickshire. Site 106A014, King Street in Bedworth extends to around 2,000 square metres and has full planning permission for 30 flats, with work having already begun on six units. The plans allow for a mix of new units and conversions of existing buildings and there is potential for a further two-four flats or a hostel block, subject to planning consent.