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See the auction results from William H Brown’s latest property sale

PUBLISHED: 19:19 02 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:25 03 August 2018

Lot 24 Larkhill Cottage, Priory Lane, Ingworth, a detached cottage in a very rural location, in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £230,000 which sold for £266,000. Pic; www.williamhbrown.co.uk

Lot 24 Larkhill Cottage, Priory Lane, Ingworth, a detached cottage in a very rural location, in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £230,000 which sold for £266,000. Pic; www.williamhbrown.co.uk

Simon Arnes, William H Brown’s managing director and the auctioneer, reports on his firm’s sale held at Barnham Broom today.

Lot 24 Larkhill Cottage, Priory Lane, Ingworth, a detached cottage in a very rural location, in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £230,000 which sold for £266,000 Pic; www.williamhbrown.co.ukLot 24 Larkhill Cottage, Priory Lane, Ingworth, a detached cottage in a very rural location, in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £230,000 which sold for £266,000 Pic; www.williamhbrown.co.uk

“After the welcome rain, the summer weather returned and shone on some of our successful buyers today. We had another busy room with a varied selection of lots around the county of Norfolk and across East Anglia.

“The sale got off to a busy start with the sale of Lot 1 - 29 Brentwood, Eaton, Norwich. A spacious three bedroom detached bungalow in a good location, there was strong competitive interest in this property with the guide starting at £200,000 and the gavel fell at £244,000.

Lot 3a - 36 Priory Road, Watton.

Simon Arnes, William H Brown. Pic; www.edp24.co.ukSimon Arnes, William H Brown. Pic; www.edp24.co.uk

This was a late entry, two bedroom bungalow requiring updating and modernisation. The guide here started at £120,000, there was strong interest with two bidders pushing the price to £157,000 when the gavel fell.

Lot 5 – 5 Oates Lane, Sutton, Ely

A detached three bedroom bungalow in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £200,000. There had been good interest in this property with the gavel falling at £231,000.

Lot 11a (Another late entry) – Plot 1, 339 St Faiths Road, Norwich

A single building plot in a very sought after location with a guide starting at £140,000, despite being a late entry there had been a lot of interest with several bidders in competition when the gavel eventually fell at £221,000.

Lot 14

A small parcel of amenity land at Stibbard Road, Fulmodeston – the guide here started at £3000-£5000 and fell at £8500.

Lot 15 – 47 Blazer Court, Northumberland Street, Norwich

A two bedroom penthouse apartment. Guide started at £130,000 with the gavel falling at £140,000.

Lot 16 – 31 Coppice Avenue, Hellesdon

A three bedroom semi-detached house in need of modernisation. The guide started at £140,000 and the gavel fell at £151,000.

Lot 23a – Late Entry – 197 The Avenue, Pakefield, Lowestoft

A three bedroom detached bungalow, requiring modernisation with a guide starting at £140,000 and the gavel fell at £150,000.

Lot 24 – Larkhill Cottage, Priory Lane, Ingworth A detached cottage in a very rural location, in need of modernisation with the guide starting at £230,000 after competitive bidding the gavel fell at £266,000.

Lot 27 – Flat 4, Hardwick House, King Street, Norwich

A two bedroom, duplex apartment in the building previously occupied by Anglia TV and originally the post office. The gavel fell here at £123,000.

Lot 30 – 23 Lambert Road, Norwich

A 1930s three bedroom semi-detached house in need of modernisation, with the guide starting at £140,000, after strong competitive bidding the gavel fell at £171,000.

Lot 37 – 31 Mill Road, Kirby Cane, Bungay This two bedroom semi-detached cottage was in need of modernisation and updating. There had been a lot of interest in this property with more than six competitive buyers in the room. The guide here started at £90,000 with the gavel finally dropping at £128,000.

“As you can see from today’s results above, the strong interest demonstrated by both buyers and sellers using the auction route to achieve certainty for both.

At William H Brown, we are uniquely placed. With our auction centre based in Norwich, we can offer unrivalled coverage with a two for one service, with the auction centre working alongside the local William H Brown branch, both actively promoting the properties for sale.”

The auction team can be contacted via our auction partner, Victoria Reek, on 01603 598975 or email Auctions.Norwich@williamhbrown.co.uk

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