Is It Different In Chorlton?
Posted 12 November 2011 - 12:48 PM
Wednesday 7th December sale starts at 2.00pm
DANE BANK 20 Hewitt Avenue
SALFORD 9 Griffin Street Two bedroom end terraced house
OFFERTON 12 Greystoke St & 38 Glebe St Terraced house in two self contained flats
ABBEY HEY 74 Kenyon Street Two bedroom terraced house
HAZEL GROVE 76 Garthland Road Three bedroom semi detached house
CLAYTON 82 Ranleagh Street Two bedroom end terraced house
LONGSIGHT 12 Victoria Terrace Three bedroom end terraced house on RT
ROMILEY 6 John Street Two bedroom terraced house
FALLOWFIELD 1 Hove Drive
BOLTON Land at Minerva Road
HASLINGDON 471 Blackburn Road Two bedroom terraced house
DENTON 5 Market Street Corner building with development potential
FALLOWFIELD 88 Appleby Lodge Ground floor studio apartment
ST HELENS 153 Dentons Green Lane Three bedroom terraced house
HULME St Mary’s Church Development opportunity
ROMILEY 20 Waterford Avenue
NORTHWICH 258 Manchester Road
CHORLTON 8 Oswald Road
OLDHAM 8 Shaw Road Prominent showroom/offices
CHEADLE HULME 143 Grove Lane Three bedroom semi detached house
SALE 6 Gleave Street Two bedroom terraced house
HAUGHTON GREEN Haughton Green Methodist Church Former Church Premises
PRESTWICH 1 Oaklands Drive Three bedroom semi detached house
ROMILEY 14 Birch Avenue Two bedroom terraced house
WIDNES 54 Victoria Road Three storey shop with upper parts
WIDNES 56-58 Victoria Road
SWINTON 338 East Lancashire Road Three bedroom detached house
FURNESS VALE 47 Buxton Road & 2 Station Road Terraced house in two self contained flats
CHORLTON 61 Mersey Bank Avenue Three bedroom semi detached house
MIDDLETON Former Lodge Street Garage
OLDHAM 58 Mortimer Street Two bedroom terraced house
SALFORD 6 Hersey Street Two bedroom terrace house
MOSTON 116 Glen Avenue Two bedroom end terraced house
CHEADLE HULME 14 Longsight Lane
DARWEN 2 Essex Street Two bedroom end terraced house
Four bedroom detached house
DUNHAM ON THE HILL Hillcrest Two bedroom detached bungalow
SALFORD 43 Grecian Street North Eight bedroom property let at £515 per week
GORTON 1 Argyle Street Two bedroom end terraced house
SOUTHPORT Flat 3 165a Lord Street One bedroom upper floor apartment
SOUTHPORT Flat 2 165a Lord Street One bedroom upper floor apartment
OPENSHAW 11 Winslow Street o bedroom terraced house
SOUTHPORT Flat 1 165a Lord Street One bedroom upper floor apartment
MIDDLETON 1 Hebers Court
SOUTHPORT Ground Rents for 3 Properties Three ground rents
Two bedroom ground floor apartment
BLACKPOOL 1a Marple Avenue SOLD PRIOR
TIMPERLEY 36 Riddings Road Shop with upper parts
HIGHER BLACKLEY 239 Chapel Lane Three bedroom end terraced house
WHALLEY RANGE 38 Hartley Hall Gardens Modern three bedroom mews house
MIDDLETON The Brunswick Hotel
CHORLTON The Coach House
NEWTON HEATH 34 Fenchurch Avenue
WALKDEN 308 Bolton Road Commercial property
CHEADLE HEATH 55 Stockport Road Three bedroom semi detached house
PENDLEBURY 694 Bolton Road Shop with flat above
GORTON 7 Beard Road Two bedroom terraced house
CHORLTON Flat 6, 3 Oswald Road Tenanted one bed second floor flat
BREDBURY 48 Lower Bents Lane Two bedroom terraced house
BREDBURY 12 The Broadway Two bedroom semi detached house
MOSTON 32 Dresden Street
RADCLIFFE 12 Bright Street Two bedroom terraced house
Two bedroom semi detached house
BELLE VUE 673 Hyde Road Three bedroom terraced house
BLACKLEY 36 Alconbury Walk Three bedroom terraced house
ECCLES 7 Crossfield Road
BLACKLEY 29 Beverley Street Two bedroom terraced house
Tenanted two bed ground floor flat
WITHINGTON 2b Minehead Avenue Three bedroom semi detached house
ROYTON Garage on Lenfield Lane Vacant Garage
Is that 4 for Chortlon?
This post has been edited by SarahBell: 12 November 2011 - 12:51 PM
Posted 12 November 2011 - 01:26 PM
Posted 12 November 2011 - 01:45 PM
A lot of big houses have already been chopped up for the students who want to live there.
One of the examples in the list is.
Posted 13 November 2011 - 05:02 AM
A bargain at £385,000? They're looking for offers over £385,000 too.
From the Edward Mellor catalogue, thanks Sarah, it's number 8 Oswald Road. Flashy looking black cars on the driveway on the Streetview and in another shot woman taking out what I presume are bin bags for rubbish collection.
From one of those house price sites which tell you previous sales data.
Sale Date 21/12/2005. Price £383,000
Posted 13 November 2011 - 05:22 AM
That's number 47. It's had a new front doors since streetview went past.
Sales Date 14/09/2006. Price £220,000
Both this and the other one both look peaky price to me. Only saved and perhaps looking value to some after the attrition from interest rates held so low for years and all the QE.
Posted 13 November 2011 - 11:02 AM
Would be intneresting to see.
Have seen some general price reductions - am watching mostly cos it's held it's prices quite well up to now I think ...
so if Chorlton is turning then it's the end game in sight I think. Maybe.
Posted 01 December 2011 - 02:18 AM
I drove past that house yesterday by chance, slowly, because a few houses down used to be spot traffic cops would lurk years ago. Sign right at the front for Edward Mellor and 'Auction' on it. It's on the edge of Cheadle Hulme, Bramhall and Woodford, but technically Cheadle Hulme.
Not a house for me but guide priced slightly more towards my attention. Probably needs a fair whack of money spent to modernise it though, and doesn't catch me as being a particularly warm looking house. A Manchester City player, a goalkeeper, either lives or used to live about 10 houses down. I showed it a loved one to give them some encouragement that things are heading our way in terms of prices, with a lot more to come with more patience.
Posted 01 December 2011 - 11:53 AM
The adjoining semi, number 141, last sold on 21st Nov 2002 for £242,500.
A flicker of encouragement for more value to be found in the market in the weeks ahead, at £240,000 Guide Price. I don't think it sold at the last Edward Mellor auction when guide priced at £250,000.
Still it probably needs all the work done to it if the last owners were elderly and haven't spent much on it. So both valuable time and money. Maybe it's not mortgageable? Those 2 trees out front. Can't be easy getting the car out onto that road, and I'd think twice if having young kids with a busy road like that directly outside main house. I can see houses like these soon slipping down to £175K with a few more elderly owners needing to sell, or administrators of their estates, with mortgage tightening and fewer people willing to meet current asking prices, together with lots of improvement work needed.
Posted 01 December 2011 - 12:34 PM
So maybe not quite that different after all
Dehumidifier on the kitchen worktop?
Looks like the (re) developer's got into a spot of bother. The plaster isn't even dry yet.
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Posted 10 December 2011 - 11:16 AM
LOT 18 8 OSWALD ROAD CHORLTON CUM HARDY MANCHESTER AVAILABLE AT £450,000
http://www.rightmove...y-35502233.html offers over 385
LOT 29 61 MERSEY BANK AVENUE CHORLTON CUM HARDY MANCHESTER SOLD AT £119,000
LOT 50 THE COACH HOUSE 14 EDGE LANE CHORLTON MANCHESTER AVAILABLE AT £650,000
http://www.rightmove...l?premiumA=true on at 600k
LOT 56 FLAT 6 3 OSWALD ROAD CHORLTON CUM HARDY MANCHESTER AVAILABLE AT £65,000
Overall - I think if I've added it up right they sold 29 out of 66 (4 before, 3 after and 22 at the auction) so less than 50%
On rightmove for chorlton cum hardy 10th Dec
400 properties in total
288 properties for sale found (exc SSTC)
This post has been edited by SarahBell: 10 December 2011 - 11:19 AM
Posted 10 December 2011 - 10:13 PM
LOT 20 143 GROVE LANE CHEADLE HULME STOCKPORT AVAILABLE AT £260,000
Not sold again, and really still wanting a massive £260,000 despite their £240,000 Guide Price.
In last week's paper. Why not use the Edward Mellor guarantee (Subject to survey) ? Could it be something to do with Edward Mellor only being prepared to buy themselves at a price reflecting value, when the markets are also not buying from an open auction.