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Latest auction catalogue could have a property with your name on it

The latest auction catalogue has been released by SDL Auctions Graham Penny – and it could feature a property with your name on it.

Among the wide range of properties are going under the hammer at Pride Park Stadium in Derby, on Thursday 5 September are homes in Reginald Road North, Chaddesden, Dean Close, Littleover, Rose Crescent, Chesterfield, Scott Street, Derby, and a detached home in Moira.

They are among 56 lots of all types featured in the catalogue, which includes 47 which will be sold under the hammer and a further nine properties which are being sold by online auction and open to bidding now.

Robert Stone, head of auctions East Midlands at SDL Auctions Graham Penny, said: “Variety is always key at our property auctions and this time our catalogue could have your name all over it, especially if you are looking for a house, flat or apartment as your next home or to let out.”

Those seeking a bungalow to refurbish need look no further than the two double bedroomed detached 152 Reginald Road North, Chaddesden, which has double glazing and gas central heating, gardens front and rear, a block-paved driveway and single detached garage. It is situated in a popular location within level walking distance of Chaddesden shopping centre and has a *guide price of £95,000+.

Another refurbishment property going under the hammer is 22 Scott Street, Derby, a three bedroomed mid-terrace with a guide price of £40,000+. With uPVC double glazing and gas central heating, it has two reception rooms, a kitchen and bathroom on the ground floor, and three bedrooms upstairs. Outside is a rear garden.

Minor refurbishments are required at 24 Rose Crescent, Mastin Moor, Chesterfield, a three bedroomed semi-detached house in a cul-de-sac location with far-reaching views.

The property, which has a guide price of £58,000+, is uPVC double glazed and gas centrally heated and features an entrance hall, two reception rooms and fitted breakfast kitchen room. Upstairs are three bedrooms and a bathroom with separate WC, while outside there is a driveway and gardens front and rear.

Landlords who want to hit the ground running should consider the well presented 49 Dean Close, Littleover, a two bedroomed flat close to Royal Derby Hospital and within Littleover Community School catchment area. It has well-kept communal gardens with parking and a single garage, and a guide price of £75,000+.

Buyers looking for development potential should head to Summer Hill, 72 Measham Road, Moira, where a character detached period property has a guide price of £100,000+.

Located in the heart of the National Forest, the deep plot has the space for an extension or possibly redevelopment, subject to planning permission.

Robert said: “This is a charming property in a lovely location in the National Forest, surrounded by fields and trees and within walking distance of Ashby Canal and village amenities. Although it is already a lovely home, the large plot makes it particularly suitable for extending out of the back of the property, with the necessary consents. This will be a great buy and will make a lovely family home.”

Whether you share your moniker with any of these homes or not, there could still be a property with your name on it in the latest SDL Auctions Graham Penny catalogue, which is a must-read for investors, developers and private buyers.

To see the full range of lots, or to find out more about bidding by telephone, online or by proxy, please visit www.sdlauctions.co.uk.