One hundreds lots will go under the hammer at the Sutton Kersh property auction in Liverpool on Thursday 17 October.
They include Carleton House, a substantial Victorian villa on Palmerston Road, Mossley Hill, Liverpool, with redevelopment potential.
Carleton House is set within a designated conservation area and occupies a plot of around 0.73 acres. It has planning permission for conversion into six apartments and is being offered with a guide price of £525,000. The lot also includes the coach house which has planning for conversion into a self-contained dwelling.
Cathy Holt, auction manageress at Sutton Kersh said: "This is a magnificent property in a sought-after area which should appeal to developers.
"The fact that planning permission is already in place is a definite bonus, which I am sure will be reflected in the interest generated."
Other lots include a six bedroom house in New Brighton which has been used previously as a bed & breakfast. It has a guide price of £190,000.
The three storey dormer style semi-detached property is located off Rowson Street and provides views over the estuary. It would be suitable for continued use as a guest house, or conversion into a home.
A wide choice of residential stock includes over 50 vacant houses across Merseyside, with guide prices starting from £20,000.
The auction will takes place at the Marriott Hotel, One Queen Square, Liverpool, starting at 12 noon. The catalogue is available to view at www.suttonkersh.co.uk/auctions-property.
Viewings can be arranged by calling 0151 207 6315.