Looking to start the year by acquiring a new property?
Whether you are looking for a new home or an investment opportunity, there are a variety of options available via auction.
From traditional cottages to town-view apartments, we have rounded up the properties going to auction in and around Midsomer Norton and Radstock.
Millards Hill, Midsomer Norton - £150,000
This end of terrace cottage is close to the town centre and is being sold by the modern method of auction.
The property comprises a sitting room, a dining room, a galley kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside, there is also a small courtyard section, which is laid to patio.
Frome Road, Radstock - £165,000
This top floor apartment is to the rear of the building and has far-reaching panoramic views across the town.
Inside, there is an open-plan modern lounge, kitchen and dining area, two double bedrooms, a bathroom and an en-suite shower room.
The property, which has allocated parking, is described as an “ideal” first-time buy or investment and is being sold by modern auction.
Huish Court, Radstock - £180,000
This end of terrace home is described as being a “superb” size and suitable for first time buyers.
The accommodation comprises a modern fitted kitchen and diner, a lounge, a conservatory with underfloor heating three bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom.
There are also gardens to the front and the rear, and the property is for sale by the modern method of auction.
Chestnut Court, Paulton - £180,000
This terraced house is in a cul-de-sac in the village of Paulton, and is in need of some updating throughout.
Inside, the property is made up of a lounge, a kitchen and diner, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
There is also a rear garden, and the property is being sold by the modern method of auction.
High Street - £200,000
This semi-detached home is a Grade II Listed stone cottage on the High Street, with scope for conversion subject to planning permission.
Inside, there is a sitting and dining room, a kitchen and breakfast room, six bedrooms, a bathroom and a cloakroom,
Outside, there is a courtyard, and the property is for sale by the modern method of auction.
Longleat Lane, Holcombe - £225,000
This end of terrace property is described as an “enchanting” cottage “pulled right out of a fairytale”.
The accommodation, which is entered through an oak door, is made up of a kitchen, a living room with built-in shelves and a wood burner, a bathroom, two bedrooms with built-in storage, and an en-suite bathroom.
The property is being sold by the modern method of auction and includes a garden.
Lynton Road, Midsomer Norton - £240,000
This terraced cottage, which is being sold by the modern method of auction, is stone built and is close to transport links and local amenities.
The property comprises an entrance hall, a sitting room, a dining room, a kitchen, three bedrooms, a loft room and a bathroom.
There is also a front garden, a long rear garden, a garage and parking area.