A THREE bedroom home has gone on the market for just £395,000 – and it hides an amazing secret inside.
The property was owned by the same family for 65 years and has finally been put up for auction.
The three bedroom home is available for a steal at £395,000Credit: BPM
Having been owned by the same family in 65 years the property is in need of a refreshCredit: BPM
The three floor house in Southville, Bristol, is in need of modern refresh, with many of the rooms still stuck in the 1950s from when the owner bought it.
Boasting three bedrooms, two reception rooms, bathroom and kitchen, the mid-terraced period property is certainly well stocked.
Featuring colourful carpets with some jazzy designs in both the stairway and across the rooms, the house has a unique and groovy feel.
The property’s special secret though is the classic music player and radio in one of the living rooms which prospective buyers who love to blast out old school tunes will absolutely love.
It adjoins a property that was previously The Imp pub but is now a set of luxury apartments.
The property is excellent value at a guide price of £395,000 with similar renovated proprieties in the area selling for around £500,000.
Estate agents Hollis Morgan are auctioning the house which is being sold with vacant possession.
Auctioneer Andrew Morgan says that many properties auctioned in the
area sell for considerably more than the guide price.
They often sell for twice the asking price and it’s not just developers and investors who snap up such bargains.
Mr Morgan said: “Beads of excitement always form on an auctioneer’s
brow when instructed on a property in BS3.
“At last, aspiring home owners have realised not only the convenience
of living close to the city centre, but they are also able to steep themselves in the historic and vibrant cultural ambience of this fascinating area of the city.”
He added: “An auction is the obvious way to maximise the marketing, achieve a sale in a set amount of time and establish the correct sale price. It is also encouraging to see how over the years the profile of those buying at auction has changed.
“It is no longer developers and investors who necessary lead the
bidding but it can often be a first time buyer who is the successful
“With monthly auctions held online and the opportunity to bid personally by telephone or to leave a proxy bid, nothing could be
“This property in Southville Place has been occupied by the same family for over 65 years and does require some work but it fulfils all the right attributes. Prepare for some excitement on auction day!”
The live online auction takes place at 6pm on April 13 and
registration deadline is 4pm on April 11.
“This vibrant area has witnessed phenomenal popularity in recent years with the subsequent increase in property prices.
The property has many carpets with jazzy designsCredit: BPM
A groovy old school music player awaits inside for prospective buyersCredit: BPM
With three floors and three bedrooms the home is expected to be in high demandCredit: BPM
The property is in close proximity to the city centreCredit: BPM