If you’re looking to find a new home – or just to add a new property to your portfolio – have you checked out online auctions, which can be an underutilised source?
From £10,000 two-room buildings to spacious family homes, here are the properties that are currently up for auction in the Teignbridge area.
Wolborough Street, Newton Abbot – £85,000
The flat has been recently redecorated. (Sample Mills )
This flat on Wolborough Street is within walking distance to Newton Abbot town centre, and has been recently redecorated.
Inside, the property is made up of an entrance hall, an open plan kitchen and lounge, a double bedroom, a shower room and a WC.
As well as the recent redecoration, the flat benefits from new electric heaters and new carpets, plus communal gardens outside.
Oak Park Villas, Dawlish – £110,000
The apartment sits in a former villa. (Fulfords )
This refurbished apartment sits in a converted villa which has allocated parking and communal gardens.
The property, which is a short walk from the town centre, is described as being suitable for first-time buyers, investors and landlords.
Inside, there is a hall leading to the living room, a kitchen, one large bedroom and a bathroom.
Queensway, Newton Abbot – £170,000
There are three bedrooms within the flat. (Connells )
A first floor flat, this property sits on the outskirts of Newton Abbot and is offered through the modern method of auction.
The property is made up of an open-plan lounge and dining room, a kitchen, a bathroom and three bedrooms.
There is also shared parking for the buyers, as well as a private balcony overlooking the surrounding area.
Garston Avenue, Newton Abbot – £325,000
The house has four bedrooms, plus an outbuilding in the garden. (Connells )
A family home, this semi-detached house on Garston Avenue in Newton Abbot is described as being “in need of some modernisation”.
On the ground floor, a porch leads into the hall, which connects to the living room and a separate dining room, while on this level also sit the kitchen, a WC and a back porch.
Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and a bathroom, while outside there is a garden area complete with an outbuilding, which is made up of two storage rooms and a WC.
Imperial Mews, Newton Abbot – £10,000
The building is in need of modernisation. (McHugh & Co )
On a cul-de-sac off Lemon Road in Newton Abbot is this small end-of-terrace building, which the agent says “requires modernisation”.
The building has two storeys, with one room on each floor, and there may be potential to convert the building into a workshop or residential dwelling subject to the necessary planning consents.