3rd July Auction Sale

Wirral Property auctioneers Smith and Sons have announced details of their July auction catalogue which contains 24 lots including refurbishment and investment opportunities together with building land, workshops and retail units.

There will be a high level of interest in two sandstone cottages at Boundary Lane in Heswall. These are set in large gardens and are ideal for conversion and extension to create a lovely family home.

Three interconnecting buildings in St James Road, Birkenhead are currently used for office purposes but it is likely they will be converted to three separate dwellings or flats.

A modern development of five apartments set in New Brighton and with views towards the riverfront offer a good investment opportunity, there always being high demand for apartments to rent or purchase in this area of the Wirral.

A three bedroomed semi-detached house in Greasby offers the potential to refurbish either for onward sale or owner occupation and there are a number of two and three bedroomed houses located throughout the Wirral all capable of producing a high rental yield and in good letting positions.

A two bedroomed house situated in the centre of Port Sunlight has the benefit of large gardens and whilst would benefit from some upgrading is offered at a more than realistic guide.

A vacant shop in Hoylake is ideal for continued retail or commercial purposes and a commercial unit in Woodchurch Road, Prenton could be continued as its existing use or alternatively refurbished for residential purposes.

Chris Johnson, auctioneer at Smith and Sons commented “following on from strong catalogues earlier in the year, we are pleased to offer these lots which will appeal to a broad audience. We are already seeing interest from investors looking to strengthen their buy to let portfolio in an area where there are traditionally high yields”.

We are now conducting viewings on all properties and to arrange an inspection or for further information please contact us on 0151 647 9272 or email Annette Shelley on  aas@smithansons.net

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