AN Indian restaurant in Batley is among the lots at a property auction to be held later this month.
The tenanted property on Bradford Road, which comes under the hammer at an Eddisons auction on October 27, comprises the Saffron restaurant on the ground floor and five self-contained flats to the first floor. Current annual income is £39,721, rising to £60,000 in December. The guide price is £300,000 plus.
Meanwhile, a property in Dewsbury, which is let to bookmaking firm Ladbrokes, has a guide price of £175,000 plus.
The premises at Westgate in the heart of Dewsbury generate annual rent of £23,500.
And in Cleckheaton, a dog grooming parlour could be a snip at a guide price of £50,000 plus. Annual income is £6,600.
Residential stock on offer at the auction includes a vacant two-bedroom terrace house in need of refurbishment on Haighs Square, which is accessed from Rawthorpe Lane.
The guide price is £35,000 plus.
In Chickenley, Dewsbury a vacant two bedroom semi-detached bungalow on Princess Street, also in need of refurbishment, has a guide price of £55,000 plus.
The lots also include a parcel of Huddersfield woodland near to Blackmoorfoot reservoir extending to almost two acres at a guide price of £10,000 plus.
Tony Webber, of Eddisons said: “These lots highlight the wide range of opportunities available at auction and should prove to be excellent investments for the successful bidders.”
At its last auction, Eddisons reported that 138 lots were sold generating proceeds more than £9.5m.
The firm’s next two-day sale contains 177 lots and takes place on October 27 at Leeds United Football Club, Elland Road, Leeds and on November 1 at the Premier Inn, Trafford Park, Manchester.