Inside the two-bed fire damaged home in Wednesbury to be auctioned at £10k guide price
This two bed end of terraced house in Wednesbury is to be auctioned at a low price - but it has fire damage
A two-bedroomed, end-terraced property in Wednesbury will go on auction next week. The property has fire damaged and would require substantial work, and, as a result, the guide price is just £10,000+.
The house has a hall, two reception rooms, a kitchen and bathroom downstairs with a landing and two bedrooms upstairs.
The house on 57 Vicarage Road, Wednesbury, is just one of 184 properties featuring in Bond Wolfe’s next livestreamed auction on Thursday May 18.
Jonathan Hackett, consultant director of Bond Wolfe, said: “This freehold house now at auction stands back from the road with gardens front and back.
“It has a hall, two reception rooms and a kitchen and bathroom – both with no fittings – downstairs, with a landing and two bedrooms upstairs.
“The fire damage means that substantial work is required, but the guide price reflecting this could make the property a great little opportunity for the right new owner.”
“Due to the condition of this lot, we advise that appropriate clothing and footwear should be worn when viewing the property and a torch may also be required, as viewers must take extreme care and access is at their own risk.”
Potential bidders can visit the property between 2.15 and 2.30pm on May 10, from 11.45am to 12 noon on May 12, or from 11.45am to 12 noon on May 15.
This property will be in Bond Wolfe’s next auction, which will start at 9am on 18 May. The auction will be livestreamed via Bond Wolfe’s website with remote bidding by proxy, telephone or internet.
Here are seven photos of the property going on auction: