A former newspaper print works in Rochdale and a Grade II listed church in Pwhelli are amongst the properties going under the hammer at our North West Property Auction at the AJ Bell Stadium in Salford this Wednesday.
The former 14,400 square foot Rochdale Observer Print House (Lot 19) on Drake Street has a guide price of £200,000 and comes with planning permission for 28 residential units.
St Buan Church in the picturesque village of Boduan near Pwhelli is being auctioned off with a guide price of £50,000 (Lot 24). Built in the late 18th Century, the neo-Romanesque church is considered suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning.
Nick Green, Auctioneer with Edward Mellor Property Auctions, commented:
“These are just two of many fascinating lots featured at our April auction with over 70 houses and commercial properties across the North West and North Wales going under the hammer”.
“The Rochdale print works offers a lot of potential for anyone interested in giving it a new lease of life whilst the stunning St. Buan Church represents a rare opportunity to own and develop part of our religious architectural heritage.”
“Interest in auctions is growing! We recorded a 13% increase in the number of properties presented at auctions in 2016 compared to 2015. More and more sellers across the North West are viewing auctions as a genuine alternative to conventional selling through an estate agent,” added Nick