Three Bolton homes are going up for auction later this month.

Two semi-detached homes and an end-of-terrace house will be going up for auction on Wednesday, July 17 at noon.

The auction will be held online at Auction House, with viewings available at the properties on Friday, July 5.

Properties up for auction are 2 Beech Avenue in Farnworth, 46 Dinsdale Drive, and 7 Romiley Crescent.

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2 Beech Avenue, BL4 0AT

The Beech Avenue property is a semi-detached house on a corner plot, with a minimum opening bid of £95,000.

With three bedrooms, the home also includes a hall, lounge, kitchen, W/C, and a bathroom, with gardens to the front, side, and rear.

The home – in council tax band A –  is described as being on a ‘popular residential location’ just off Plodder Lane, and a short walk from Royal Bolton Hospital.

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46 Dinsdale Drive, BL3 5JE

The Dinsdale Drive home is an end-of-terrace house. Described as being ‘in need of refurbishment’, the vacant property is fire and smoke damaged. Finance is available on the lot, with a minimum opening bid of £75,000.

The non-standard construction has three bedrooms, an entrance hall, lounge, dining kitchen, and a bathroom.

Gardens are situated to the front and rear of the property, with on-street parking available.

The property – in council tax band A – is described as being situated just off Deane Road, within walking distance of Bolton town centre, the University of Bolton, and Bolton College. The property has an energy performance certificate rating of E.

7 Romiley Crescent, BL2 5AT

The Romiley Crescent property is a vacant semi-detached home.

The non-standard home, a Laing Easiform Concrete construction, has three bedrooms, as wel as a front and rear garden, and on-street parking.

The home also includes an entrance hallway, lounge, dining room, kitchen, and a bathroom.

The property is in council tax band A and has an energy performance certificate rating of C.

A spokesperson for Bolton at Home said: “We sometimes sell vacant properties in need of significant renovation.

“By reinvesting the money, we prioritise improving tenants’ homes and services, as well as developing new affordable housing.

“These auction sales specifically contribute to our targeted home investment programme, aimed at updating tenants’ homes most in need across our neighbourhoods.”

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