Clive Emson Auctioneers is cataloguing 150 lots for its Spring sale. This follows a successful landmark 200th auction in March at which the firm sold land and property worth £22 million, achieving a 75 per cent sale rate after cataloguing 150 lots.
Managing Director James Emson said, “We continue to grow as we progress through 2018 with many additional people turning to property and land auctions.
“Our packed salerooms and the strong results we achieve for clients are testament to the excellent value found at our sales for both vendors and purchasers.
“Among our 150 lots are a hotel with panoramic sea views, a former Ministry of Defence munitions store, a metal water tower, a toll house dating from 1758, an old Baptist chapel, an historic former mint house, cottages with river fishing rights, former pubs, woodland, development sites with planning permission and a host of lock-up garages.”
Some of the spring auction highlights include: Three cottages (pictured) in a very pretty setting on the River Exe at Bickleigh, Devon with 110m of river frontage and fishing rights are freehold, guide priced £300,000 to £400,000.