Buyers will be spoilt for choice in Romans’ March auction

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8 Mar 2018

Buyers will be spoilt for choice in Romans’ March auction

Author: Simon Clayton

In Romans’ March auction, both property investors and hopeful homeowners will have a tough time choosing where to place their bids as we have one of the most varied catalogues we’ve seen for a long time.

With waterside apartments, garages and some truly stunning habitable properties across, Hampshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Greater London, we expect to see equal interest from buy-to-let investors and owner occupiers.

The auction will take place at Green Park Conference Centre on 28th March at 1:30pm.

Romans Auctioneer and Director, Simon Clayton comments: “Many of the properties on offer are not your typical auction lots, with such a wide range of properties on offer, I am expecting a mixture of those searching for owner occupied properties and savvy investors.”

Our star lots include;

Red Lion Cottages, Little Missenden – Guide price £290,000

A rarely available Grade II listed brick and flint cottage offering scope for further improvement, located in a quintessential English village with good road and rail links to London.

4 bedroom apartment, Wargrave – Guide price £650,000

Ideal for owner occupation, a split level apartment requiring modernisation, forming a major part of a period mansion house. Located on the River Thames in the centre of Wargrave village, close to local shops and amenities.

6 bedroom detached home, Turgis Green – Guide price £550,000

An imposing, double fronted, detached, 6 bedroom Georgian house built over three floors requiring modernisation. Standing in grounds approaching 1 acre, conveniently located for access to the M4 & M3 motorways providing great potential for improvement and extension, subject to planning permission being granted.

7 bedroom detached house, Reading - £520,000

A substantial, period, three storey detached 7 bedroom house, previously configured as a care home. Ideal for letting investment, conversion or owner occupation. Although the property requires minor improvement, subject to planning permission and licence, there is potential to use as an HMO with up to 9 lettable rooms.

Buying a property at auction is fast, secure and transparent with contracts being legally binding at the fall of auctioneers gavel and completion taking place just 20 working days later. Before coming to an auction and placing a bid, it’s important that you do your homework. If you are new to the auctions process, we recommend reading our guide to buying at auction to familiarise yourself with the process along with the documentation you will need to provide in order to bid.

To find out more about buying or selling in one of our auctions, contact Romans’ auctions specialists on 01344 988 728


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