19 October 2012|
Welcome to Andrews and Robertson’s November 2012 catalogue with 90 realistically priced lots in locations including London and the provinces on behalf of motivated vendors.
The range of property being offered at our 5 November sale to be held at The Hotel Russell, WC1, spans the full spectrum of secondary commercial and residential sectors, vacant and tenanted properties, development sites, ground rents and speculative stock with potential for future growth.
The London Borough of Lambeth
Defence Infrastructure Organisation
Mountview Estates PLC
Swindon Central Properties Ltd (Est 1899)
The Treasury Solicitors
LPA Receivers, Executors, Mortgagees,
Trustees, Public and Private Limited Companies
The catalogue incorporates:
Guide prices range from as little as £30,000 to £40,000 up to £5.7m for a rarely available opportunity to purchase an unbroken block of tenanted flats in Blackheath, SE3.
We are particularly delighted to offer Lot 30 which has been in the same private ownership since built. With demand for virgin stock in good locations at a peak, we anticipate healthy demand for this lot, This is the largest single residential investment to be offered in the Auction Room in 2012, with an income stream of almost £342,625.68 pa from ASTs and Assured Tenancies with further development potential (subject to consents).
Our catalogue is weighted towards London and the South East which remain investor favourites. However we are seeing a growth in demand for well priced property in the provinces that can be managed by local investors. We hope you find something that meets your requirements and would like to draw your attention to the following properties:
Legal packs are available on-line and can be downloaded at our website: www.a-r.co.uk should you require any further advice or support please don't hesitate to contact us on 020 7703 4401 or 020 7808 8530.
We hope you find something of interest and look forward to seeing you in the room.
Chief Executive & Senior Auctioneer
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