Pugh and Company has attracted over 185 lots for its September commercial and residential property auctions including a former ambulance station in North Wales, three police stations and a seven bedroom country pile in Cheshire.
The St John's Ambulance depot in Old Conwy will be available at Pugh's new Manchester auction venue, at Manchester City FC's Etihad Stadium on Thursday 12 September. The ambulance station has planning permission for a change of use into a three-bed house and has a guide price of £35,000.
Two former Lancashire police stations will also be available at the Manchester sale. The vacant Penwortham Police Station in Preston is being offered with a guide price of £200,000 and the former Newton in Bowland Police Station in Clitheroe has a guide price of £275,000.
A former police station in Ormskirk is also being offered at the auctioneer's Liverpool sale taking place on Tuesday 10 September at 2pm. The vacant, detached property is being offered with residential planning consent for a change of use into a residential dwelling. The guide price is £230,000. All three lots are being sold on behalf of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.
Aston Park House is a seven bedroom detached property in Aston By Budworth near Northwich. The three storey house is in need of renovation and has a guide price of £350,000.
Stephen Swainson, director at Pugh and The Auction People, said: "We've had a strong start to the year already with over 500 lots sold across the North and total sales in excess of £45m. We're seeing people return to auction time and again to invest in great value properties in the North West as they know it's the right time to buy."