Symonds & Sampson held their 3rd property auction of the Autumn in Axminster on 10 October, attracting a large crowd of local, regional and national buyers as 12 lots went under the hammer.
Partner Ross Willmington said “We expected a large gathering mainly because there had been much interest during the run up to the sale. Since launching the catalogue, people have been enquiring about properties and speculating about the prices that might be achieved - and who we expected to bid for the lots. Buyers from London and outside the locality were the unknowns and prices were pushed up as a result.
Notable prices achieved were:
The Devon auction was Symonds & Sampson's third auction in three weeks. Having sold property in Dorset, Somerset and Wiltshire, auctioneer Mark Lewis was delighted with the results: “Considering the political uncertainty, we are thrilled with the prices achieved and interest generated. He estimates that over 700 people attended the 3 sales - some of course out of curiosity, but many were there to buy. Invariably this leaves ready and willing potential purchasers disappointed.
Notable Results from across the region include:
Houses for renovation
Land and unique lots
Symonds & Sampson are inviting entries for their final auction of the year to be held in Sherborne on 6th December, and planning the 2020 diary of sales. Please contact Mark Lewis on 01258 473766 to discuss whether selling at auction could be for you.