A pub, a vacant retail premises and a Grade II-listed building are among the Cheshire properties that were snapped up at auction last month.
One of the rundown properties in Warrington town centre sold for more than five times the guide price.
A cemetery lodge in the affluent village of Alderley Edge, with the potential to be transformed into a unique family home, also went under the hammer during February.
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It ended up being sold for £273,000.
The other significant lots that went under the hammer last month were:
The Goldmine, Hale Road, Widnes
The pub and upstairs living accommodation, was up for auction with SDL Property Auctions, and had been given a guide price of £180,000.
At the virtual auction, the property sold for £5,000 more than the guide price.
Describing the lot, the auctioneer said: “The property is situated in Hale Bank, a popular residential area approximately two miles from Widnes.
“The sizeable building currently incorporates a fully operational pub to the ground floor with storage in the cellar with further living accommodation to the first and second floor.
“The property offers plenty of potential and would lend itself to a variety of different uses, subject to the relevant planning consents.”
Vacant retail property, Winwick Street, Warrington
The vacant end terrace retail property was up for auction with Pugh and had a guide price of £50,000 – but ended up being sold for a whopping £261,000.
The building, which also has two upper floors, requires a substantial revamp and structural repairs.
“The property requires refurbishment and structural repairs and may be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.”
Vacant property, Bridge Street, Warrington
Also up for auction with Pugh, the Bridge Street property is understood to be Grade II listed and had been given a guide price of £125,000.
The town centre building, which is close to Golden Square Shopping Centre and the new market development, was snapped up for £211,000.
Pugh stated: “The property is arranged over basement, ground and three upper floors and may be suitable for a number of uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.”