PLYMOUTH PROPERTIES UP FOR CHRISTMAS AUCTION
South West property auctioneer Scott Gray and former TV star of ‘Homes Under the Hammer’ is conducting an online auction of two city properties at 6 Beresford Street, near Milehouse, and 16 Baring Street in Greenbank.
The two deceptively spacious properties are going under the hammer for £115,000 and £170,000, respectively, with 247 Property Auctions delivering the sales live on a streaming service—that is fast becoming the ‘hassle-free way’ of buying and selling properties in the UK marketplace, says Mr Gray.
“Beresford Street is a large property with a lower ground floor, accessed from the garden, with the basement providing three rooms.”
“The ground floor entrance, hallway, living room, dinning room, inner lobby, breakfast room, kitchen, and first floor, 3/4 bedrooms, and bathroom.”
“247 Property Auctions is working with Vickery Holman Commercial Property Consultants and Surveyors on this sale,” he said.
The second sale at Baring Street is a six-bedroom mid-terrace property with accommodation over three floors, with major interest from developers and lettings investors alike, said Mr Gray.
“The house is near the city centre and University of Plymouth, was previously set up as an HMO investment, and is now offered for sale with two remaining rolling tenancies in place,” he added.
Meanwhile, this week a huge Grade 2 listed farmhouse and estate at Wixenford Farm, in Colesdown Hill, between Plympton and Plymstock, is up for sale at nearly £1 million and used as plush flats and business space for potential investors.
Wixenford Farm is described as one of the city’s ‘industrial and business gems’ and the online auction for the estate is taking place on December 7th, attracting interest from across the UK and overseas with a guide price of £975,000,” said Mr Gray.
“Vickery Holman Commercial Property Consultants and Surveyors are working in partnership on the sale at Wixenford Farm,” he said.
247 Property Auctions was founded by the popular former BBC TV over 3 years ago and works in partnership with estate agents and commercial agents across the Home Nations in England, Wales, and Scotland.
Since 2020 and the Covid lockdowns, the business landscape in the British property market has changed, especially with popular online streaming auctions, said Mr Gray.