6 Thanet sites due to go under the hammer

This King Street flat has a guide price of £105-115,000

Two buildings in Ramsgate’s town area will go under the hammer this month.

Number 12 Queen Street is a vacant town centre building that auctioneers Clive Emson say could be converted if all consents are obtainable.

The property is among 148 lots listed for sale by Clive Emson, the land and property auctioneer, ahead of its next sale.

The interior has been stripped back ready for the new owner to stamp their own mark on it.

Jon Rimmer, auction appraiser, said: “The upper parts might be converted into a one bedroom and a two bedroom flat, or even a pair of two bedroom flats.

“Any changes would of course require the necessary consents to be obtainable.

“The ground floor is a retail unit and there is a basement with three rooms.

“It is a mid-terrace property in the town centre and builders are likely to be attracted.”

The freehold guide price is £180,000-plus.

There is also a one bedroom flat available at 97 King Street in Ramsgate. It will be sold with a new 125-year lease and the guide price is £105-115,000.

Other listed lots include a plot of land in Ramsgate with planning permission for a three bedroom, detached house.

The site is next to The Windmill pub, 45, Newington Road, and plans include off-road parking.

The freehold guide price is £100-120,000.

At 26 Northdown Park Road in Margate is a mid-terrace, three bedroom house with a freehold guide price of £180,000-plus.

One more lot is Flat 15, 1-3 Athelstan Road in Cliftonville, a two bedroom flat currently let at £9,600 per annum. It has a freehold guide price of £85-95,000 and the remainder of a 125-year lease from December 2002.

Also at the sale is 46 Addington Street in Margate, a mid-terrace, three-storey, two-bedroom property with a freehold guide price of £200,000-plus.

Clive Emson Auctioneers holds auctions eight times a year.

This sale will conclude on Wednesday 26th July.


    • Yeah not a great place to live – I bet a homeless person would cut off a finger to live there.
      These auctions just attract investors out for profit, 99% of buyers wont be living in their bidding win and most will be out of area bidders.

    • Yep it’s a whole different universe down there, though has to be mentioned that tdc/kcc have used some of the intervention money to improve buildings in the road, but as a whole the street has a long way to go. When they filmed parts of “top boy” there , it was a fitting location.
      Another plus of course was the eventual prosecution of an extremely unpleasant landlord/0roperty management in the road.

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