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Almost £2.25 million worth of property went under the hammer today at auction including a former hardware store in Harleston

PUBLISHED: 16:35 04 July 2018 | UPDATED: 20:32 04 July 2018

The former hardware store in Harleston which sold today at auction. Pic: www.brown-co.com

The former hardware store in Harleston which sold today at auction. Pic: www.brown-co.com

Nearly £2.25 million worth of property went under the hammer today at Brown & Co’s summer auction at the Assembly House in Norwich including a former hardware store in Harleston. See here for all the results.

Mount Pleasant, Norwich, still available for sale with Brown & Co. Pic: www.brown-co.comMount Pleasant, Norwich, still available for sale with Brown & Co. Pic: www.brown-co.com

Almost £2.25 million worth of property went under the hammer today at Brown & Co’s summer auction in Norwich with 13 lots sold out of 18, a 70 per cent success rate.

Peter Hornor, chartered surveyor and auctioneer, said after the sale held at the Assembly House: “There were a number of notable results and we look forward to our September sale and are already putting the lots together for that auction.”

Shangri-la, Congham, sold for well over the guide price at auction today. Pic: www.brown-co.comShangri-la, Congham, sold for well over the guide price at auction today. Pic: www.brown-co.com

Peter Hornor, Brown & Co auctioneer. Pic: www.edp24.co.ukPeter Hornor, Brown & Co auctioneer. Pic: www.edp24.co.uk

A star property was the last lot, Shangri-La in Congham, a detached bungalow, which sold for well over the guide price of between £120,000-£140,000, the hammer coming down at £236,000. Another lot attracting interest was number 11; 1, The Thoroughfare, Harleston, a Grade II listed building, formerly a hardware store occupied by G Denny & Sons. It was for sale for a guide price of between £195,000-£220,000 and sold for £237,500.

A property requiring renovation on Mount Pleasant in Norwich, did not sell, however, and is still available to buy for a guide price of between £450,000-£495,000.

The results:

1 56 Wingfield Road, Norwich, NR3 3HF: for sale for £70,000-£90,000, sold for £110,500

2 53 Dereham Road, Norwich, NR2 4HZ: for sale for £110,000- £130,000, sold for £172,000

3 126 and 126a Dereham Road, Norwich, NR2 3AE; for sale for £160,000-£180,000. AVAILABLE

4 1 Park Avenue, Scottow, NR10 5BY: for sale for £130,000-£150,000, sold for £156,000

5 23 The Poplars, Swanton Abbott, NR10 5DX: for sale for £130,000-£150,000, sold for £158,000

6 16 and 18 Church Street, Dereham, NR19 1DN: for sale for £90,000-£110,000, sold for £86,000

7 Car Park to the rear of the New England Hotel, Wide Bargate, Boston, PE21 6SH: for sale for £375,000-£475,000 AVAILABLE

8 Car Park on corner of Wheeler Lane and Mitre Lane, Boston, PE21 6QQ: for sale for £50,000-£60,000, sold for £120,500

9 4 Cozens Hardy Road, Norwich, NR7 8QE: for sale for £180,000-£200,000, WITHDRAWN PRIOR

10 60 Low Road, Wortwell, IP20 0HJ: for sale for £220,000-£240,000, SOLD PRIOR

11 1 The Thoroughfare, Harleston, IP20 9AH: for sale for £195,000-£220,000, sold for £237,500

12 38 Hunter Road, Norwich, NR3 3PY: for sale for £100,000-£120,000, sold for £112,000

13 82-84 Aylsham Road, Norwich, NR3 2HN: for sale for £395,000-£425,000, AVAILABLE

14 42 Alford Grove, Norwich, NR7 8XB: for sale for £195,000-£220,000, sold for £232,000

15 4 Smithfield Road, Norwich, NR1 2HN: for sale for £165,000-£185,000, sold for £192,000

16 West Cottage, King Street, Neatishead, NR12 8BW: for sale for £175,000-£195,000, sold for £175,000

17 Cedars, 16 Green Lane, Horstead, NR12 7EL: for sale for £170,000-£190,000 AVAILABLE

18 62 Mount Pleasant, Norwich, NR2 2DQ: for sale for £450,000-£495,00 AVAILABLE

19 Shangri-La, St Andrews Lane, Congham, PE32 1DU: for sale for £120,000-£140,000. Sold for £236,000

For more information contact Brown & Co on 01603 629871 or visit www.brown-co.com


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