Former gospel hall sells for more than double its guide price at auction

Brick and timber clad gospel hall set in large lawned garden surrounded by fencing

The Gospel Hall in Reedham sold for £176,500, despite a guide price of £60,000-£80,000 - Credit: William H Brown

A former gospel hall in a Norfolk village sold for double its guide price yesterday, as it went under the virtual hammer with William H Brown.

The Gospel Hall at The Hills, Reedham, sold for £176,500 at an online property auction - despite the top end of its guide being just £80,000.

The hall, which overlooks the river from an elevated position in the village, was put up for sale after congregation numbers dwindled. It includes the main hall as well as a kitchen, cloakrooms and a garden.

But the property wasn't the only lot to fetch higher than its guide price at William H Brown's latest online auction, as many of the lots on offer achieved well over their guide prices.

An ivy-covered brick-built farm building with timber cladding

Building and land in Ditchingham Dam guide sold for £83,500 - Credit: William H Brown

A brick-built bungalow with large front garden covered in shrubs and flowers

Rosedene, a two-bedroom bungalow in White Horse Common, sold for £203,500 - Credit: William H Brown

Some of the other sales included: 


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  • A barn adjacent to Willow Farm Barn in Skeyton, which sold for £10,000 above its guide, for £260,000.
  • An end-terrace two-bedroom house on Exmouth Road in Great Yarmouth, which sold for £15,000 above its guide price for £65,000.
  • A three-bedroom house with parking and gardens on Lodore Avenue in Hellesdon, near Norwich, which sold for £186,000.
  • A two-bedroom bungalow in need of refurbishment, and with the potential to extend in White Horse Common, which sold £63,500 above its guide price, for £203,500.
  • Land at Ditchingham Dam which sold for £85,500, £45,500 over its guide price.
  • A mid-terrace, two-bedroom house on Granville Road in Great Yarmouth, which sold for £40,000 above its guide price, for £75,000.
  • A parcel of land next to the beach in Heacham, offering various potential uses, which sold for £193,500, £88,500 above its guide price of £105,000.
Parcel of land between holiday accommodation behind a fence with blue sky beyond

46 North Beach, Heacham, sold for £193,500 - Credit: William H Brown

William H Brown's next sale is a national two-day auction which will take place on July 27 and July 28.

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