See inside dilapidated Bury St Edmunds house going under the hammer for nearly £200,000
A dilapidated property just outside a Suffolk town’s centre is going under the hammer with a guide price of nearly £200,000.
The house, number 38 Fornham Road, in Bury St Edmunds, will be sold in an online auction on November 1.
The building is just down the road from the town’s train station, and Auction House East Anglia has set a guide of £170,000 to £190,000 for it.
The property requires extensive refurbishment works and cleaning of the interior and garden is necessary.
It’s key features are listed as a large garden, being in a good location and with well proportioned rooms.
The house has three bedrooms, and is on the end of a terraced row.
It contains a cellar, ground-floor and first-floor.
The tenure is a freehold, and Auction House suggests it is an investment opportunity for an incoming buyer.
The ground floor contains the kitchen, a bathroom and a reception room, whilst the first floor contains the three bedrooms.
The auction will start at 11am on November 1.
The property is in band B for council tax.