6th December 2017
Grade II-listed Georgian house in Burton upon Trent in auction
An imposing, Grade II-listed house in Burton upon Trent with conversion plans to create seven luxury apartments is going under the hammer next week.
The Georgian property at 180 Horninglow Street is one of more than 60 lots in SDL Auctions Graham Penny’s last auction of the year in Derby on 15 December.
The historic, three-storey house has as attractive frontage of multi-paned sash windows, and has a *guide price of £150,000+.
Robert Stone, senior valuer at SDL Auctions Graham Penny, said: “This is a superb freehold development opportunity to acquire a fine residence arranged with planning permission approved for conversion into seven luxury apartments.
“The property is prominently situated on one of the main arterial roads through Burton upon Trent and is just yards from the town centre.”
The planned luxury apartments will include five with two bedrooms and two with one bedroom, some with ornate iron fireplaces, and all with access to a walled back garden with a vegetable plot and large, mature sycamore tree.
Other properties in the auction include a two bedroomed, mid-terraced house at 278 Wetmore Road in Burton on Trent, with a guide price of £65,000+.
Meanwhile, a plot of land at Ludgate Street in the much sought-after village of Tutbury, with planning permission to build a four bedroomed, detached house, is being offered with a guide price of £43,000+.
Mr Stone said: “There is an impressive range of properties to suit all buyers in what is bumper catalogue for our seventh and final auction of 2017, and we’re looking forward to a busy day with lots of competitive bidding.”
The SDL Auctions Graham Penny auction takes place at Pride Park Stadium on Friday 15 December, and the catalogue of 61 properties can be viewed here.