A four-storey mixed commercial and residential property in Redruth town centre is set to draw wide interest at auction.

The building at 11 Bond Street – with a freehold guide price of £70,000 to £90,000 – is among the lots in the first auction of 2020 by the regional land and property auctioneers Clive Emson on February 13.

It has a well-proportioned shop and studio flat on the ground floor and a large maisonette on the upper floors with its own access plus an area of hardstanding at the back of the premises.

Senior auction appraiser Dave Henwood said: “This mixed-use property is in a favourable location with great potential.

“We expect keen interest from a broad spectrum of potential purchasers, including investors, owner-occupiers and developers.

“It requires a programme of refurbishment which could include re-configuration of the accommodation plus development of the substantial area of hardstanding, subject to the necessary consents.”

Also coming to auction from Redruth is a detached bungalow and its outbuildings with development potential on 3.57 acres (1.44 hectares).

Wheal Damsel Farm at Trevethan has a freehold guide of £200,000 to £250,000.

Dave said: “This three-bedroom chalet bungalow is in a glorious elevated position with commanding views of the countryside.

“With a number of paddock enclosures and outbuildings it is expected to appeal to those wanting a taste of country life as well as developers who may envisage some type of scheme, subject to the necessary consents.”

It is being auctioned jointly with Bill Bannister of Redruth.

Tremethick House (pictured below) at Tremethick Cross, near Penzance, has a freehold guide of £150,000 to £175,000.

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The character semi-detached property located effectively in open countryside currently informally comprises a two-bedroom flat and a three-bedroom maisonette.

However there is planning permission in place for an extension and reconfiguration into a ‘regular’ house with three bedrooms.

Auctioneer Graham Barton said: “Tremethick House is set in a rural location with distant sea views yet is just three miles from Penzance.

“It offers potential for a variety of layouts following refurbishment and has the makings of a highly desirable family home.”

Tremethick House is being auctioned in arrangement with Stacey Mann Estates of Penzance.

Clive Emson Auctioneers holds a regional auction at five locations, eight times a year (effectively one every six weeks) at venues across the whole of the South of England.

Starting at 11am, the first of Clive Emson Auctioneers' regional West Country auctions in 2020 takes place at the St Mellion International Resort, St Mellion, Cornwall, on Thursday February 13, 2020, this time with a total of 170 lots.

Visit https://www.cliveemson.co.uk/properties/west-country/ for more details.