SDL Auctions hold property auctions in Stoke at the home of Stoke City Football Club, the bet365 Stadium in Stoke-on-Trent.

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We have had great success selling properties in Stoke, none more so than with 1 Coronation Street in Stoke which sold for £40,000.

Sell by auction
To put your Stoke property under the hammer, call us today on 01782 481 232 or request a free sales valuation online.

Our auctions always have a high attendance and brilliant success rate so you can feel confident that your property will be sold. The huge advantage of selling a property by auction is that it is quick, the whole process usually takes around six weeks and there’s no chain involved.

Our team is on-hand to assist you with any questions that you might have relating to property sale by auction in Stoke, so, whatever you’d like to know about the process of selling property by auction, don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Buy at auction
View the lots in our upcoming Stoke property auction.

Whether you are interested in residential, commercial, land or an investment property, buying at auction may be the right option for you. The main benefit to buying at auction is that you avoid the long process of buying a house in the traditional private treaty way. If you are new to bidding in the auction room don’t worry it’s simple, please see our advice pages below for more information about buying an auction property.

If you’re interested in auction houses for sale in Stoke or auction land for sale in Stoke or you’ve got any questions, get in touch with the team today!

About Stoke
Stoke-on-Trent is a city in Staffordshire comprising six towns – Hanley, Stoke, Burslem, Tunstall, Longton and Fenton. It is largely recognised as the home of the pottery industry and as such is referred to as the Potteries.

The city’s football team Stoke City FC is the second oldest professional football club in England and can boast Stanley Matthews as its most famous player. Other famous people from Stoke include 16-time winner of the World Darts Championship Phil Taylor, former Take That star Robbie Williams, Motörhead frontman Lemmy, and TV personality Anthea Turner.

In the 1920s Michelin built its first UK tyre plant in Stoke and today it still has several big name businesses based in the city including JCB, Alstom and Wedgwood.

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