Former gospel hall sells for more than double its guide price at auction
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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.
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.
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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Lots can be entered up until Friday, July 2 - for more information, contact the team on 01603 598 975.
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