Sutton Kersh gets set to play Cupid at bumper February auction
A former wedding chapel in Garston and a former rugby club are among the lots up for sale in Sutton Kersh’s next auction.
The former chapel on Heald Street, Garston, sits on 1,700 sq ft of land and is easily accessed from Liverpool city centre. The property has a guide price of £55,000 and would be an ideal match for anyone looking for a redevelopment opportunity in Merseyside.
Cathy Holt, Associate Director at Sutton Kersh, said: “We have a number of hot properties amongst the 100 lots at our next auction so we’re expecting a lot of passionate bidding between bidders.
Last February was great, so we’re hoping to play Cupid again and match these fantastic properties with the right suitors.”
Another hot property in February’s auction is The Polaris Public House, Skelmersdale. The public house, which has been trading for over 16 years, is suitable for continued use, or alternatively ideal for redevelopment; the vendor has had outline planning approved for a development consisting of 36 apartments.
Auctioneers are also expecting fierce bidding on Caernarfon’s former rugby club. The property, which resides in the heart of the Welsh town, is a vacant detached building – offered at £65,000.
Also featured at the auction however is a 2-bedroomed, mid-terrace property in Kensington, Liverpool. The property has a guide price of £65,000 and would be suitable for occupation or student investment purposes with a potential income of close to £9,000 per annum.
The next Sutton Kersh will be held on the 9th February at The Crowne Plaza, Liverpool.