Auctioneer Eddisons sold 30 out of 38 lots offered at its latest Manchester sale, generating £1.8m.
Highlights included a Grade II* listed former pottery works in Stoke on Trent which sold for £73,000, off a declared nil reserve. Top Bridge Works occupies a site of around 2.13 acres and may be suitable for a number of alternative uses, subject to the usual consents.
A partly let freehold property in Levenshulme, Manchester which comprises a retail showroom, office and residential sold for £183,000, off a guide price of £125,000 to £150,000. The annual income potential when fully let is £20,046.
Andrew Brown of Eddisons said: "There was strong demand for all types of stock, as buyers responded positively to guide prices which reflected current market conditions."
In Oldham, a freehold development site comprising a former children's day nursery which has lapsed planning permission for 20 apartments, sold for £96,000 off a guide price of £40,000.