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Detached bungalow in Beeston


A hat-trick of live-streamed auctions saw a busy month for SDL Property Auctions, which ended with great success across the East Midlands at its National Property Auction.

Although the auctioneer now operates nationally, it proved its roots remain firmly in the home region with a number of auction sales.

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Victorian property West Bridgford

One Nottingham property that exceeded all expectations was a seven-bedroom, detached Victorian property. In a sought-after location in the centre of West Bridgford, it sold for an impressive £704,000 against a guide price of £450,000+. It requires complete renovation but would make a superb family home or investment/ development opportunity, subject to planning permission.

Managing director and auctioneer Andrew Parker said: “This beautiful property attracted a great deal of attention from bidders and with good reason. There are lots of possibilities here and we hope this house is being given a new lease of life.”

Staying in Nottingham, a detached bungalow sitting on a substantial plot in Beeston sold for £344,000 from a guide price of £235,000+.

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Charming cottage in Mickleover

Meanwhile in Derbyshire, a charming end-terraced cottage in Mickleover was sold in partnership with Hannells. Set back from the road in an elevated position, the extended cottage is needs refurbishment and sold for £177,000 from a guide price of £95,000+.

Andrew added: “These are just a few of the many properties we have sold in the East Midlands and all over the country, from Scotland down to the south coast. Our position as the UK’s most successful live-streamed property auctioneer means we reach a huge audience of serious buyers.”

April 25, 2022

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