William H Brown gears up for a 40 lot auction at the Barnham Broom hotel
PUBLISHED: 15:21 09 April 2018 | UPDATED: 15:21 09 April 2018
William H Brown is gearing up for a large auction on Thursday, April 12 with 40 lots going under the hammer. And there are some late entries too to whet your appetite for a property bargain buy. The sale takes place at 11.30am at the Barnham Broom hotel, golf and country club and here are some of the late lots:
4 The Croft, Christchurch, Wisbech; for sale for a guide price of £80,000 - £90,000
An opportunity to acquire a semi-detached, two bedroom house located in the Fenland village of Christchurch. The property is in good order throughout and is currently let on an assured shorthold agreement and produces £6,900 per annum. Christchurch offers village amenities including a village school, public house and church. The Fenland market towns of Downham Market, March and Wisbech are all close by and offer an assortment of high street shops and facilities. This property would make an ideal investment purchase.
Flat 1, 2, 3 & 4, 9 Tennyson Road, Lowestoft; for sale for a guide price of £170,000 - £190,000
An opportunity to acquire a linked detached two storey building that has been converted into four flats, but also offers potential development. The property offers two, two bedroom ground floor flats and two, one bedroom first floor flats. All lead off a communal hall and stairs and are tenanted on assured short hold tenancy agreements collectively producing approximately £19,680 per annum. Centrally located within Lowestoft which has a pedestrian shopping centre, business, banks and leisure facilities. This lot would make an ideal investment purchase with good returning yields.
Flat 9 St. Johns Court, Waterloo Street, King’s Lynn; for sale for a guide price: £85,000 - £90,000
An opportunity to acquire a purpose built first floor two bedroom apartment located in the heart of King’s Lynn. The property benefits from two bedrooms and car parking and requires decorating throughout but would make an ideal investment purchase and may potentially produce approximately £6,900 per annum. Waterloo Street offers access to the railway station and centre of King’s Lynn where you will find high street shops, banks, business and leisure facilities. This lot would make an ideal investment purchase for an existing land lord looking to expand their portfolio.
And... William H Brown’s East Anglian Auction Centre is delighted to welcome Jenny Austen to the team. Based in the flagship office on Bank Plain, Jenny joins in her new role as auctions consultant. The East Anglian Auction Centre covers the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, North Essex, Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire and is proud to boast a 52 branch network that support the centre, the most recent addition being a branch on Reepham Road, Hellesdon, Norwich.
The team continues to be led by Victoria Reek and together with Emma Rose, Clare Clark and new member Jenny Austen, this female group offers over 100 years of property sales experience between them. The catalogue can be viewed on line at www.williamhbrownauctions-norwich.co.uk or a hard copy can be obtained by calling 01603 598975.