TWENTY-TWO properties are to go under the hammer in Romans’ next property auction
TWENTY-TWO properties are to go under the hammer in Romans’ next property auction.
The auction takes place at 1.30pm on Tuesday at the Green Park Conference Centre in Reading and features a great selection of residential and commercial properties in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.
“Our auctions always attract a fantastic array of properties, this particular sale includes sought after bungalows, a character cottage, several detached family homes and terraced properties, and some very interesting plots of land,” comments Simon Clayton, Romans’ auctions director.
“One particular property of note is a semi-detached two-bedroom house in a quiet cul-de-sac in central Cholsey, with potential for further extension, subject to planning permission being granted.
“The vacant property is close to the town centre and its location allows good access to Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames, Oxford and Reading.
“With a guide price of £230,000 and an estimated rental value of£1,000pcm we’re experiencing a lot of interest in this property as it provides fantastic potential to modernise and increase in value.”
Simon says he is expecting interest from both investors and owner occupiers at this auction, saying: “With house prices predicted to continue rising throughout the year, buying at auction is a fantastic way to get on to the property ladder quickly.”
Visit www.romans.co.uk/auctions to see all the details and viewing times for the properties listed in Romans’ April auction.