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Off-licence and land among auction lots

By John Mulgrew

Published 01/11/2016

Osborne King will auction off 40 properties across Northern Ireland at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast on November 25 (stock picture)
Osborne King will auction off 40 properties across Northern Ireland at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast on November 25 (stock picture)

A major property auction featuring everything from commercial land to business properties will go under the hammer in Belfast later this month.

Osborne King will auction off 40 properties across Northern Ireland as part of the huge sale at the Clayton Hotel in Belfast on November 25.

Among the properties are three commercial units in Bangor in Co Down.

They are being sold as one lot with a reserve of £275,000.

An off-licence in Co Londonderry is also on sale. The property is located in the Waterside area of Coleraine.

Elsewhere, a property on the Woodstock Road is also up for sale, with a maximum reserve of £150,000. And a number of houses and flats are also up for grabs, with low reserve prices.

They include 25A Queen Street in Ballymoney, which is on for just £25,000.

In Armagh, 31 Upper English Street is on sale with a maximum reserve of £35,000.

Several large plots of land are also among the lots at the auction.

Agricultural lands at the New Lodge Road in Co Antrim are on the market with a reserve price of £20,000, while land off the Farkland Road at Foreglen in Co Londonderry is being sold with a reserve of £110,000.

Meanwhile, a porter's annexe at the old Belfast School of Music is among the properties on offer at another auction this month.

The annex at Apsley Street on Donegall Pass will be under the hammer for £100,000 at the Lambert Smith Hampton event on November 17.

Property up for auction ranges from one-bed flats to a four-bedroom period home which has a coach house at the back.

There will be one-bed north Belfast flats from £20,000 and a three-bed house in Albert Street in Lurgan for £20,000.

See pages 18-19 for Osborne King and pages 15-17 for Lambert Smith Hampton

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