Woolton Library is included in the auction
Richard Bell

Sutton Kersh auction to feature historic Liverpool library

Sutton Kersh’s October property auction is set to feature over 100 lots and a number of period buildings, including a library once frequented by Beatles star John Lennon.

The Liverpool-based estate agents’ auction will seek a buyer for the grade II-listed Woolton Library building, located in the heart of the Woolton conservation area, as well as a vacant two-bed middle terrace property near Smithdown Road.

Sutton Kersh has already reported high interest in the lots, with a number already sold.

The firm’s head of auctions, Cathy Holt, said: “All our auctions this year have or have been close to having triple figures in terms of lots, but this auction looks set to be one of the biggest of the year.

“Interest has already been high in the properties coming to auction, in fact we’ve already made £1.8m of sales in the last few weeks.”

The auction, taking place this Thursday (October 29) also includes a detached period home located off Queens Drive. The property is currently split into 10 self-contained flats, but planning permission has been secured for the creation of seven new apartments and two four-bed homes on the grounds.

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