Bid on your slice of the Westcountry Good life

If cream teas, watersports and beautiful countryside are your thing, why not consider purchasing a bolt hole in the South West? Whether you are looking to move to the region, purchase a cottage for holiday getaways, or invest in a buy to let property, it could be the area for you.

With so much to offer, the region is very popular among people of all ages, and at around £239,000, average house prices aren’t cheap. However, if you’re serious about investing in this picturesque region, property auctions could provide you with an opportunity to snap up a bargain. Westcounty Property Auctions are holding a series of auction sales in early July featuring; a Grade II listed cottage, a modern semi, a penthouse apartment, a mews conversion, a substantial bungalow located on a sprawling rural plot, and many many more interesting and attractive properties.

View the West country Property Auctions July Catalogue

The auction dates and details are as follows:

Sherbourne Auction, for properties in Dorset and Somerset – 6th July 2012

Redruth Auction, for properties in Mid and West Cornwall – 10th July 2012

Plymouth Auction, for properties in Devon and East Cornwall – 11th July 2012

For further details visit Westcountry property auctions website

Here’s a taster of some of the properties included in our Westcountry Auctions series:

A charming two storey, two bedroom, mid terrace, mews conversion enjoying a tucked away location within the highly sought after village of Kennford. Whilst the property would benefit from a modest programme of improvement, it is likely to be of interest to residential/holiday lettings investors, owner/occupiers and also to those looking for a second home given the excellent commuter networks readily available.

A wonderful opportunity to acquire a substantial, detached, three bedroom bungalow for modernisation, located on the rural outskirts of the sought after village of Antony. The property enjoys formal gardens of c.0.251 hectares/0.62 acres within which are a range of useful outbuildings, including the former detached family bungalow/chalet. In addition there is a small copse of 0.297 acres with car port/log store, bordered by a stream.

A three bedroom Grade II Listed mid terrace thatched cottage with many period features this property is located in the heart of the market town Sturminster Newton. The property also benefits from a rear garden and storage shed.