Look North: Auction properties ripe for renovation

There is no doubt that auction properties often offer good value for money, but when the properties in question also require renovation there is a huge opportunity to make significant gains – if you’re prepared to take on a project!
If you are keen to rescue a run down home and snap up a Northern property bargain, Countrywide’s Manchester auction is the place to be.  Taking place on 5th September at Haydock Park Racecourse, the auction will have a wide selection of properties including its fair share of renovation projects.

The benefits of taking the shell of an old home and creating your ideal property are endless.  Indeed, it will require hard work and dedication but the pay-offs, both creatively and financially, could be immense.

If you have an appetite to transform a sad old home into property palace, take a look at some of the properties that will be up for grabs on 5th August below:

Planning permission and listed building consent has been granted on this beautiful Grade II listed chapel to create one dwelling and a garage/workshop. The property could form an ideal blank canvass for a stunning and original home. It is offered at auction with a guide price of £190 – £200,000.
This huge building was once a maternity hospital. It has 14 rooms to the ground floor, 11 to the first and 10 rooms to the second. The property has gardens to the front and rear and a car park. This could offer the scope for an extremely large family home or conversion into smaller individual dwellings. The property is going to auction with a guide price of £300,000.
With 5 large bedrooms, and 3 reception rooms this property could be transformed into a highly desireable family home. With its unique turret feature the property has a distinct charm and is being offered at auction with a guide price of £130,000.
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