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94 lots offered at next auction from Sutton Kersh

Sutton Kersh has attracted 94 lots for its next auction on Thursday, October 30th at the Liverpool City Centre Marriott Hotel.

Warren Lewis
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21st October 2014
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Sutton Kersh has attracted 94 lots for its next auction on Thursday, October 30th at the Liverpool City Centre Marriott Hotel.

Among the highlights is Olive Mount Villas, a Grade II listed six bedroom semi-detached property, in need of refurbishment, off Mill Lane in Liverpool. It is being offered at a guide price of £125,000 plus and has already attracted plenty of interest, according to the auctioneer.

Cathy Holt, Auction Manageress commented: ‘We have received numerous enquiries from a range of buyers which reflects the enormous potential of the property. In my opinion it would make a fantastic family home, or be suitable for resale or investment purposes. I expect bidding to be competitive when it reaches the sale room.’  

Meanwhile an extended five bedroom Victorian semi on Olive Grove in the Wavertree area of Liverpool is available at a guide price of £165,000 plus.

A vacant listed detached two storey lodge within the grounds of the Grade II*Allerton Hall in Woolton is also available. It is being offered on the instructions of Liverpool City Council at a guide price of £150,000 plus.

A three storey plus basement Grade II listed building in Bootle is among a wide choice of commercial stock. The property on Strand Road currently provides office space and would be suitable for immediate occupation. It may also suit residential conversion, subject to planning. The guide price is £80,000 plus.

Also going under the hammer is a vacant ground floor retail premises in the Old Swan area of Liverpool extending to approximately 2,700 sq ft. It is described as being suitable for a variety of uses, subject to the usual consents. The guide price is £140,000 plus.

Mrs Holt said: ‘The catalogue offers a wide range of options to suit all budgets. It follows on from our successful September sale when 80% of the lots offered sold, generating proceeds of over £5 million.’



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