Today we held our third collective property auction and once again we had a packed house with bidders seeking properties and land from throughout Mid Wales and Shropshire.
And in under an hour we sold £815,500 of property and land.
The lots included the sale of Aberhafesp School which eventually sold for £75,000, while Carneddau Chapel at Trefonen sold for £47,500 - £17,500 above its guide price.
"Our property auctions are proving more and more popular as demonstrated by the numbers turning up and registering to bid. Anyone wanting to discuss the sale of their property or land through our auctions can call one of our offices oe email us for more details," said Rob Hudson, Partner at Morris, Marshall and Poole and the auctioneer at today's sale.
Other properties sold included:
Bank Cottage, Montgomery - £110,000
Land at Pentre, near Nesscliffe - £180,000
Land at Melverley, near Oswestry - £120,000
11 Friars Close, Oswestry - £95,000
Bron-y-Gog, Llwyngwrill - £61,000
3 Handlith Terrace, Barmouth - £127,000
Property auctions suit some properties and vendors as demonstrated by today's event at Welshpool Livestock Sales.
We'll be holding more auctions in 2015, including our Spring Prpperty Auction on 19th March 2015.
Caption: Morris, Marshall and Poole Property Surveyor, Kathryn Davies with auctioneer, Rob Hudson, a Partner at MMP.