Allsop releases a new, bigger catalogue with 200 residential property lots across the UK
13 of the lots are guided at £1m+
The highest value lot is lot 87, a block of flats in Godalming, Surrey, guided at £5.5m+
Allsop has released its May residential auction catalogue, offering 200 lots across a range of locations within the UK. Buyers are presented with an extensive selection of attractive investment opportunities, which include houses, apartments, mixed-use schemes, as well as a unique building of historical importance – Grade I listed mansion Kinmel Hall in Wales. The highest value lot of the auction is a block of flats in Godalming, Surrey, with bids sought in excess of £5.5m.
Richard Adamson, partner and residential auctioneer at Allsop, said:
“We are delighted to announce the release of our May residential auction catalogue which includes 200 high-quality lots located across the country. As lockdown restrictions are eased and with the Stamp Duty holiday extended, the market is full of confidence, with strong appetite for well-priced property. We have experienced constantly increasing demand over the past 12 months and expect this to continue over the summer months.”
Highlights from the residential catalogue include:
- Lot 87 – a freehold block of 34 self-contained flats in Godalming, Surrey (total current rent reserved – £292,763 per annum), guided at £5.5m+, with planning consent granted for an additional nine flats
- Lot 23 – a freehold vacant site in Finsbury Park, London, occupied by a detached double bay fronted building and a coach house, with a total GIA of approximately 5,609 sq ft, guided at £3.25m+
- Lot 68 – a freehold mixed-use building in New Cross, London, comprising two retail units and four self-contained flats (total current rent reserved – £79,200 per annum, with one flat vacant), guided at between £1.4m and £1.5m
- Lot 73 – Kinmel Hall, a Grade I listed mansion in Abergele, Wales, modelled on the Palace of Versailles, featuring 122 rooms and extensive gardens. The 80,000 sq ft property is guided at £750,000 and is sold together with a large stable block
The next online-only residential auction will take place on 13th May. The catalogue can be found here.