Over the course of the next two weeks we will be launching a number of lots onto the open market for sale on 20th June at the Assembly House in Norwich. We are delighted once again to have been given the opportunity to dispose of property across the board in the city and county and throughout the price ranges.
We are closing the books for entries very shortly and have a number of further entries which will be included in the paper next week. Do let us know if you have any enquiries or would like to put something in, because there is still time!
Looking back, we have been delighted with the results of our auctions over the last 12 months and indeed over the last few years and we have a good record for looking after our clients and maximising value, all in a transparent way. We can only hope that we continue to make things happen and remind people that the auction process works.
Looking at the lots on offer this time, we have a number of interesting opportunities to whet the appetite! It is not often that one is able to offer an island for sale, but a parcel of land in Thorpe St Andrew extending to about one third of an acre is coming up for sale, being next to the Yare Boat Club and opposite the River Garden public house. The site has a slipway with an old dyke and is mainly laid to lawn, offering up a number of opportunities but you can only get to it by boat so viewings will be interesting! These can easily be arranged via us and this is a very good opportunity to buy a special bit of England.
Otherwise in Norwich, we have a semi-detached bungalow in Gowing Road, Hellesdon and a bungalow in need of some improvement in Hethersett. Out in the county we have an extended 3 bedroom semi-detached house in Pulham St Mary requiring some modernisation, a super attached 4 bedroom property with pleasant gardens in Norwich Road, Brooke, again in need of modernisation, and an outstanding detached house in Brundall which dates back to the 1950’s and has 4 bedrooms, requiring modernisation and with the benefit of planning consent for re-arrangement.
Over in West Norfolk we are pleased to be offering Heath Farm in Swaffham, an investment opportunity in Wisbech and a leasehold garage for investment purposes in Fakenham.
All of these lots, together with additional lots next week, have been placed in the auction because our clients want to dispose of the properties for the best possible price within a given timeframe with a view to maximising value. Many of them are individual lots requiring some improvement or are investment opportunities.
We are continually asked why auctions suit certain types of properties: there is no easy answer but it is fair to say that an auction sale provides a certainty of sale, speed of transaction and best price on the day.
We look forward to the days and weeks ahead and are available at any time to handle enquiries about how the auction process can help you unlock value and to provide general advice.
Do contact either myself or Trevor Blythe and we will be pleased to help.