Family homes in Birmingham’s leafy suburbs up for auction at less than £100k
There are not many desirable, family-sized homes available for just under £100,000 in Birmingham’s leafy suburbs of Hall Green, Quinton and Sutton Coldfield.
But that’s where the guide prices* will start for three attractive properties appearing at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ next online livestreamed auction on Wednesday 17 February.
One is a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 99 Lulworth Road in Hall Green which has a driveway, garage and gardens, but where the need for modernisation means it has a guide price of just £99,000+.
It’s a similar story for another three-bedroomed semi with driveway, garage and gardens at 145 Wolverhampton Road South in Quinton, which also has a guide price of £99,000+ because improvement works are required.
Over in Sutton Coldfield, bidders will be excited by a three-bedroomed, end terraced house at 31 Holbeche Road, in the Reddicap Heath area, which has a guide price of just £95,000+ despite having a driveway, gardens, central heating and double glazing.
Gurpeet Bassi, chief executive of Bond Wolfe Auctions, said: “With 232 lots up for sale at our next auction, there is a wide range of properties, areas and starting prices to look at.
“But for those interested in Birmingham, these three houses will catch the eyes of bidders because of their affordable starting prices for what are prime residential areas.
“While they may need some renovations, they will all make perfect homes for growing families, or for a landlord seeking to extend their portfolios in these areas.”
At the other end of the market is a two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 3 Dearman Road in the inner-city suburb of Sparkbrook, which has gardens, central heating and double glazing and a guide price of £14,000 to £19,000.
Another two-bedroomed, mid-terraced house with gardens, central heating and double-glazing is at 89 Clarence Road in Handsworth and has a guide price of £50,000+.
Meanwhile, a three-bedroomed, end terraced house at 39 Steepwood Croft in the Cotteridge area of Kings Norton, has gardens, central heating and double glazing but comes with a guide price of £50,000+ due to its need for modernisation.
And at the other end of Kings Norton, a three-bedroomed, semi-detached house at 37 Monyhull Hall Road with gardens, central heating and double-glazing comes with a guide price of £64,000 to £69,000.
Mr Bassi of Bond Wolfe Auctions added: “As always, we have a great choice of attractive properties and a wide range of starting prices all over Birmingham, which means there will be something for everybody.”
The lots described are just seven from a total of 232 lots that will go under the hammer at Bond Wolfe Auctions’ auction on 17 February.
It starts at the earlier time of 8.30am and will be livestreamed with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet only, click here to register to bid.