A Grade II listed manor house is among the properties set to be sold at auction by Strettons next month.
Ryton House, a freehold, vacant, derelict Grade II listed former manor house in Ryton-on-Dunsmore near to Coventry has already attracted a lot of interest from prospective buyers.
The derelict property, set with 13.5 acres of grounds, has two lakes and is guided at £150,000, offering investors an opportunity to add significant value.
Commenting on the property, Strettons’ director Philip Waterfield said: “We often have unique properties in our auctions and Ryton House is no exception. We understand that the property was originally built in 1806-7 by Stephen Freeman, a member of a long established Coventry family of Unitarian tradesmen. It is believed that the landscaped gardens and lakes were in place by 1820. People interested in the property are welcome to attend our July auction but if that is not possible proxy bidding is available.”
The catalogue for the auction, which takes place on 11 July, features 38 properties, 84% of which are located in London and the Home Counties at guide prices ranging from £2,500 – £3,500 for freehold ground rents in Surbiton, Surrey to £1.45m - £1.5m for a freehold site with outline planning permission in Canning Town.
The full catalogue is available to view online here.