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Historic Birmingham office property goes under the hammer

Historic Birmingham office property goes under the hammer

Astle House, a historic building in West Bromwich dating back to 1883, is due to be sold by auction on March 4th, with a guide price of over £550,000.

Formerly the offices of printing and publishing firm Kenrick & Jefferson, the property is an attractive Grade II listed building with more than 10,000 sq ft of office space. The auction is being held by Bigwood and will take place at Villa ParkΓÇÖs Holte Suite.

“The property is currently in need of full refurbishment throughout,” says Bigwood director Ian Tudor, according to TheBusinessDesk. “But it offers a great deal of potential for development for retail or leisure uses.”

A number of other Birmingham properties are also up for sale by auction over the coming months.

Keys Court Business Centre, based on Moseley Street in Birmingham, is up for auction at a guide price of £375,000, and two impressive Grade II Listed interconnected properties, formerly used as offices, are on offer at £300,000.

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