Sutton Kersh has attracted 110 lots for its next property auction taking place on Wednesday, 4th September, at the Liverpool City Centre Marriott Hotel, from 12:00pm.
A former Church and three public houses are among the wide range of stock going under the hammer.
The two storey former Methodist Church at the corner of Gladstone Road and Gordon Road in Seaforth, may suit residential redevelopment, subject to consents. The guide price is £50,000 to £60,000.
Pubs include The Carisbrooke in Walton which is let on a 12 month lease at £300 per week, rising to £400 per week during the football season. The property offers private living accommodation to the upper floors and has a guide price of £50,000 to £60,000.
Elsewhere, the Larkhill public house on Larkhill Road, on the corner of Queens Drive, is guided at £80,000 to £100,000. It could suit continued use or redevelopment, subject to planning.
Meanwhile the Fountains Abbey on Walton Road, approximately two miles from the City Centre, has a guide of £55,000 plus.
Residential investment opportunities include two apartments within the Ropewalks area of Liverpool.
The one and two bedroom properties in Portside House are let by way of assured shorthold tenancies producing income of £6,600 and £8,700 per annum. The guide prices are £75,000 plus and £100,000 plus respectively.
Vacant residential stock includes a two bedroom apartment in Beetham Tower, close to the waterfront, which has a guide of £100,000 plus. And, a vacant 2/3 bedroom ground floor duplex apartment at Falkner Square, a Grade II Listed building in the Georgian Quarter, is guided at £125,000 plus.
Cathy Holt, Auction Manager at Sutton Kersh said: ‘The latest catalogue provides a range of stock which is ideal for first time buyers, modest investors and those seasoned campaigners looking to expand their portfolios.
‘We have consistently delivered strong results throughout the year and this latest sale will see us break the 400 barrier in terms of total lots sold.’
Sutton Kersh is now inviting instructions for its auction on 17th October, for which the catalogue closes on 20th September.
To view the current catalogue, visit www.suttonkersh.co.uk/auctions-property ,or to arrange a market appraisal call 0151 207 6315.