Eddisons is promising buyers a range of exciting investment opportunities at its next property auction at Elland Road on Thursday, October 23.
Tony Webber, director and auctioneer at Eddisons says: “We are putting 58 lots under the hammer in Leeds at a range of guide prices to suit all budgets.
Among the lots set to tempt investors is a tenanted cafe in the Armley area of Leeds, built in 1984. The Copper Lamp on Town Street currently generates rent of £10,000 per annum and is guided at £110,000 to £120,000. A nearby mixed commercial and residential investment including a barbers shop, producing annual rent of £14,820, has a guide of £85,000 to £95,000.
The Grade II listed former Birstall Methodist Church on Chapel Lane in Birstall has a guide price of £125,000 plus. With an internal space of around 5,800 sq ft it may suit a variety of alternative uses, such as medical and health related services, subject to consents.
Elsewhere, a former council housing office, car park and land in Swarcliffe, adjacent to the Persimmon St Gregory’s housing scheme, is also available. The site has planning consent for five, two bedroom dwellings and may also suit community use. The guide price is £90,000 to £100,000.
Also in Swarcliffe a parcel of land with planning consent for three dwellings is guided at £55,000 to £60,000.
A vacant modern office premises at Fusion Court in Garforth, extending to approximately 1,843 sq ft, has a guide of £180,000 plus.
For more information about the auction and the lots available, visit Eddisons’ website at the following address: www.eddisons.com/auctions.