There’s always plenty of newsworthy and interesting things happening across our offices. Here are just some of them.
CPBigwood’s last auction of the year has boosted 2011 sales to more than £46 million, 18 per cent up on the £39 million of 2010.
Home owners in prestige locations across the West Midlands are increasingly braving the difficult housing market by sending their properties to auction.
A new future may be in the offing for Grade II listed Lichfield Chambers in the heart of Wolverhampton.
Two fine examples of Birmingham’s glorious heritage are set to go under the hammer.
CPBigwood September auction sales set to hit £12 million
A property with a connection to Royalty and intrigue goes under the CP Bigwood hammer when their next sale takes place on Thursday, September 22.
A Grade II listed Birmingham building at the centre of local fears for its future has been sold for double the guide price.
A period lodge house was the standout at a successful Bigwood auction held at the Falcon Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon.
One of Bigwood’s busiest ever property auctions saw 80 per cent of the lots sold and the day’s total set to top £10 million with post-auction deals.
Ever fancied a cell for the night – so you can experience what it is like to be a prisoner without the years in jail which normally go with it?
Now you can have a complete police station.
Encouraged by television programmes such as Grand Designs, many people are looking at building their own homes.
Do you fancy a complete lifestyle change? The opportunity comes up this month at Bigwood’s latest auction.
On the market is The Stores, New Radnor, Powys, with a guide price of just £135,000