Allsop’s November residential auction catalogue features 212 lots across the UK

11 lots have guide prices of £1m or above

The highest-value investment (lot 24) is a freehold building in Sittingbourne, Kent, comprising 34 flats, with planning for four additional apartments, guided at 3.25m+

Allsop has released its November residential auction catalogue, offering 212 lots across the country. The new catalogue features 11 lots with guide prices of £1m or above. Buyers will be able to choose from the usual range of residential properties, including houses, flats, ground rent investments and land with development potential, as well as rare lots, such as a former courthouse and a Grade II listed former bunker.

Richard Adamson, partner and residential auctioneer at Allsop, said:

“Our November catalogue offers the usual mix of flats, houses, ground rent and land investments, as well as a selection of rarer properties which will appeal to those looking for a heritage asset. Taking place exclusively online, buyers will be able transact from anywhere in the country or world with business and leisure travel back on the agenda for many. We look forward to another busy sale after a productive Q3 which saw Allsop raise £278m across both residential and commercial auctions”.

Highlights from the residential catalogue include:

  • Lot 24, a freehold building in Sittingbourne, Kent, comprising 34 fully let flats, with planning consent for four additional apartments, guided at £3.25m+
  • Lot 181, a freehold site in Llandudno, Wales, with planning consent for 54 apartments, two restaurant/café areas and car parking, guided at £2.8m+
  • Lot 50, a ground and lower ground floor unit in South Kensington, London, with planning permission granted for a three-bedroom flat, guided at £1.5m+
  • Lot 75, a freehold building with planning permission for six flats in Crofton Park, London, guided at £1.65m+

The auction will take place online on 9th November. The catalogue can be found here.

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