Attractive family homes help raise more than £1.3 million at Nottingham auction

A range of attractive family homes caught the eyes of keen bidders at SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s Nottingham auction earlier this week, raising a total of more than £1.3 million.

The highest price was gained for a detached four bedroomed house currently let at £7,560 per annum at 4 Aspen Court in Tuxford, near Newark, which sold for £154,000 from a guide price of £140,000+.

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Meanwhile, a semi-detached three bedroomed house with a small rear extension at 18 Marton Road in Newark also sold well, with the hammer coming down at £151,000 from a guide price of £115,000+.

Over in Nottingham, a mid-terraced property with four bedrooms at 78 Lees Hill Street in Sneinton sold for £131,000 from a guide price of £117,000+, while a semi-detached three bedroomed house at 24 Ambleside in New Ollerton, near Newark, sold for £91,000 from a guide price of £81,000+.

A range of other properties also sold well during the auction, including a terraced two bedroomed house in need of some modernisation at 4a Sheldon Court on Bobs Lane in Caistor, Market Rasen, which sold for £47,500 from a guide price of £40,000+.

The total raised at the SDL Auctions Graham Penny auction at Nottingham Racecourse was £1.32 million.

Andrew Parker, managing director and auctioneer at SDL Auctions Graham Penny, said: “We were pleased to see some strong bidding from buyers at our Nottingham auction, producing a number of very good results for our vendors.”

The next SDL Auctions Graham Penny auction in Nottingham takes place on Tuesday 4 September at Nottingham Racecourse.

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