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Local properties in £1.4m auction

Created on 17/09/2010 @ 07:41
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Local properties are among 14 with a combined guide price of more than £1.4 million that are set to go under the hammer at a collective auction in Shrewsbury later this month.
Auctioneers Halls are delighted with the varied selection of residential properties and land on offer, with guide prices ranging from £35,000 to £200,000. The lots range from a traditional Welsh border cottage smallholding and renovation projects to a former limestone quarry and blocks of pastureland.
The auction takes place at Shrewsbury Town Football Club's Greenhous Meadow Stadium on Thursday, September 23 at 3pm.
Certain to appeal to those seeking a traditional rural cottage smallholding with glorious views over the Powys-Shropshire border is Far Hill Cottage at Moel-y-Golfa, Trewern (pictured)near Welshpool, which has a guide price of £125,000. This two bedroomed cottage, which is in need of renovation and modernisation, comes with just under two acres of grounds and paddocks.
The lots also include two blocks of productive pastureland at Dolau, Llanfair Caereinion. One lot comprising 39 acres of pastureland with some woodland and a natural water supply has a guide price of £175,000 to £200,00. The other, comprising 24 acres of pastureland with a natural water supply, has a guide price of £100,000 to £120,000.
On offer with a guide price of £50,000 to £55,000, are 40, Upper Church Street, Oswestry and 5, New Terrace, St Martins. 40, Upper Church Street is a one bedroomed town house situated within easy walking distance of the centre, while 5, New Terrace is a two bedroomed cottage ripe for renovation near the centre of the village.
Set in the rural hamlet of Melverley, near Shrewsbury is Vine Cottage, a semi-detached, four bedroomed house with low maintenance, level gardens and parking for up to three cars. This property has a guide price of £140,000 to £150,000.
The properties can be viewed by appointment with the Halls offices in Ellesmere, Whitchurch, Welshpool, Oswestry and the Welsh Bridge, Shrewsbury.
Auctioneer Allen Gittins, said: "We are delighted with the positive response that we have received from property owners across Shropshire, Cheshire and Mid Wales following the great success of our first collective auction in April.
"This is the largest collective auction, in terms of lots, to be conducted in Shropshire for quite some time, which shows that auctioning is still a favoured way to sell property of all kinds."
Anybody unsure about how to purchase a property by auction is advised to call their local Halls office for advice.
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