Stoke homes going under the hammer next week

Half a dozen terraced homes across Stoke-on-Trent are up for auction with prices starting as low as £10,000 at Bond Wolfe’s next sale on Thursday 15 September.

432A King Street

A two bedroomed end-terrace property at 432A King Street in the Longton area of Stoke-on-Trent has a starting price of £10,000+.

Laid out with a reception, kitchen and store on the ground floor, two bedrooms and a shower room with WC upstairs and a yard to the rear, it has gas fired central heating and double glazing.

However, the central heating is unfinished. There is a boiler and radiators upstairs but no pipework connecting the radiators.

Gurpreet Bassi, chief executive of auctioneers Bond Wolfe, said: “This kind of property, in need of modernisation or completion, offers exceptional value and opportunity to property developers, or househunters with DIY ability, looking for their first home.

“As a result, we are seeing growing interest from bidders UK-wide, and even from overseas, particularly from buy-to-let investors expanding their property portfolios. Thousands of people are logging on to watch or bid in our livestreamed auctions.

“With property prices continuing to surge, interest in snaring a bargain remains high.”

5 Drayton Green

In need of less work, and with a guide price of £20,000+, is 5 Drayton Green, in Berry Hill, Stoke. A three bedroomed mid-terrace house, it has gardens front and rear. There is a reception room, kitchen, understairs store and a hall downstairs, with the bedrooms and bathroom with WC upstairs.

4 Welby Street

Also with a £20,000+ guide price, is a two bedroomed mid-terraced house at 4 Welby Street, Fenton in Stoke. With the bedrooms upstairs, it has two reception rooms, the kitchen and a wet room with WC downstairs. There is a yard to the rear.

133 King William Street

The two bedroom mid terraced house at 133 King William Street, in Tunstall, has a guide price of £55,000+. There is a yard to the rear and a small foregarden, and it has gas central heating. The bedrooms are upstairs, with two reception rooms, the kitchen and the bathroom with WC on the ground floor.

Bassi added: “All these properties offer remarkable value, and we are predicting some competitive bidding on the day of the auction.

The Stoke homes are among a number of lots appearing in Bond Wolfe’s next auction which is due to start at 9.30am on 15 September. The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet.


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