Auction ended• One Bedroom Apartment • Conversion • Ideal For Investment • Fantastic views • Village Location Open Viewing, Friday 7th May 12.30-1.30pm auctionmove.co.uk are pleased to offer for sale this beautifully converted one bedroom apartment. The property is positioned on the second floo
Auction ended• Semi Detached Bungalow • 2 to 3 Bedrooms • Large Footprint auctionmove.co.uk and GMW Estates are pleased to offer for sale this 2/3 bedroom semi-detached bungalow situated in a popular residential area of Hindley. Although requiring some modernisation, the property offers excellent potential. Bri
Auction endedOPEN VIEWING FRIDAY APRIL 9TH 2010 AT 10AM auctionmove.co.uk are pleased to offer this part furnished three bedroom mid terraced property. The property consists of living room, large modern kitchen diner, 3 bedrooms and fully fitted family bathroom, throughout. Externally there is a yard and on street parking. The property has
Auction endedAuction withdrawn 1 and 3 Edditch Grove is a large end terrace property, converted into four bedsits making it a great residential investment property. The property is being sold as a residential investment, with three out of the four bedsits already let. Edditch Grove is currently producing £9,412 per annum and is capable of produc
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