Manchester Auction: Miss it, miss out!


Property auctionsAre you on the hunt for your next home? Or maybe you’d like to expand your property portfolio. Either way, you don’t want to miss a golden opportunity to scoop up your next property at auction.

Countrywide Property Auctions will be returning to Manchester Football United Club Ltd for their next auction on 21st October at 1pm are there’s much to offer with properties in Yorkshire, the North East and the East Midlands going under the hammer.

We’ve picked a few of our favourite lots for you to feast your eyes on.

Lot Number 104: 3 Bedroom house, Gwynedd

Property 1Three bedroom converted stone built property now requiring a scheme of works.


Pwllheli is home to a wide range of local shops, banks, cafes, restaurants, hotels, schools and leisure facilities including leisure centre, golf course, yachting marina and two sandy beaches. The property is located near the centre of Pwllheli a short walk from our partner agent’s, Beresford Adams, office.


Substantial converted stone premises conveniently tucked away yet being within close proximity of all high street amenities. The residence is fully double glazed and offers immense potential subject to renovation and improvement works.

Guide Price: £75,000


Lot 115: Converted Terrace, Greater Manchester

Property 2Investment property arranged as three flats with impressive environmental features. Gross rent payable of £28,392 p.a.


Located in the popular area of Rusholme, Haydn Avenue is a residential street accessed from Playfair Street, Acomb Street and Maine Road which in turn run off Moss Lane East. A popular area with investors due to the proximity of the University of Manchester and the resulting student population. The central Manchester University hospitals are also a short distance away. Transport links are close by giving easy access to the city centre which lies approximately two miles to the north. Moving further afield the motorway network can be accessed via the A57(M) Mancunian Way the north and junction 5 of the M60 to the south.


The property is a converted inner through terrace property which is now arranged as three, two bedroom flats. Of particular note are the range of energy saving measures which have been incorporated into the building’s conversion. There is a system of solar photovoltaic panels with a declared net capacity of 3.43 providing electricty and providing feed-in tarrif payments. The underfloor heating system installed at the property is serviced via a Mitsubishi Ecodan air-source heat pump as is the hot water generation. There is a full installation of double glazing contribute towards the impressive energy efficiency ratings of A for each flat. The current rent payable for the three flats is £28,392 p.a. inclusive of bills.

Guide Price: £250,000


Lot 106: 3 Bedroom semi-detatched, Lancashire

Property 3A vacant three bedroom semi-detached property of non-standard construction in need of updating


The popular Sandy Lane area of Leyland is located towards the south of Leyland centre, the main street (Hough Lane) is approximately half a mile away. As a result there are a wide range of local amenities such as shops and supermarkets within easy striking distance. Further afield, Preston lies approximately 8 miles to the north. The area is well served by transport links with Leyland railway station being approximately a mile away and access to the motorway network via junction 28 of the M6 less than a mile away to the east.


Of non-standard construction the property is semi-detached and offers two receptions and three bedroom accommodation traditionally arranged over two floors. It also benefits from a single detached garage and UPVC double glazing throughout including doors and windows. Currently vacant it now requires modernisation throughout.

Guide Price: £80,000

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