7th February 2024
Nine Nottingham city buildings to be sold by auction this month
SDL Property Auctions, the Nottingham-based leading property auctioneer, has been instructed to sell nine prominent commercial properties by Nottingham City Council in its next national live-streamed auction.
The National Property Auction on Thursday 29th February will feature the nine Nottingham City Council industrial and retail units located across the city, alongside over 150 other nationwide lots including 26 properties from Local Authorities.
The nine properties being sold on behalf of Nottingham City Council are:
- 48-52 Canal Street is a Grade II listed building in the city centre currently let and generating an income of £110,200pa.
- 39 Mansfield Road comprises a ground floor retail unit with residential accommodation above, plus basement, generating an income of £18,500pa.
- 31-37 Mansfield Road comprises four retail units with residential accommodation above, generating an income of £76,850pa.
- 27-29 Mansfield Road comprises two retail units, generating an income of £37,030pa.
- Hartley Court on Norton Street is an industrial site comprising 16 units, including one vacant unit, generating an income of £130,905pa.
- Churchfield Court on Bewcastle Road is an industrial site comprising 16 units, including four vacant units, with land used as storage, generating an income of £62,217.50pa
- Units 5-9, North Gate Place on High Church Street is an industrial investment comprising five units, generating an income of £34,480pa.
- Units 1-4, North Gate Place on High Church Street is an industrial investment comprising four units, generating an income of £22,965pa.
- Karlsruhe House, 18 Queens Bridge Road is an office building extending to circa 16,720 sq ft and two large car parks, generating an income of £57,800pa.
Andrew Parker, auctioneer and managing director at SDL Property Auctions, commented: “The beauty of auctions are that they’re the fastest, simplest, and safest way to sell property. They offer total transparency to all parties. Sellers know that their properties are being marketed to the widest possible audience with multiple options for potential buyers to place a bid, while interested parties can see the bidding in real time online, along with the final sale price post-auction.”
Andrew added: “The lots we have for sale on behalf of Nottingham City Council this month are prominent buildings across the city and naturally we have had significant interest from potential buyers. We’ve posted comprehensive listings on our website, and we’ll upload the legal packs for bidders to download for free as soon as they’re available.”
Prospective bidders can visit the SDL Property Auctions February National Property Auction webpage to download the legal packs and register bid, either online, by proxy or on the phone. The auction will be live streamed on the website from 10am on Thursday 29th February with successful bidders immediately exchanging contracts on the fall of the hammer, securing the sale with completion taking place only 30 days later.