of former bank building in Highbridge 'attracting lots of interest'
of interest is being shown by potential buyers of an historic
building in the centre of Highbridge which has been put up for
auction at a price of up to £100,000.
Bradbury House at 33 Market Street was formerly home to Lloyds
Bank and more recently was the headquarters of the National Blind
Children's Society until it moved
out earlier this month.
The prominent property has a guide price of £75,000 to
£100,000 and will go under the hammer by regional auctioneers
Clive Emson during September.
Spread over three floors in Highbridge town centre, the property
is being promoted as a 'substantial office building with development
Graham Barton, an auctioneer at the firm who is also known for
being a regular presenter on BBC1's Homes Under The Hammer,
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We have had lots of interest in
"Some potential buyers are intending to use the whole building
while others are considering sub-dividing it into accommodation."
"It has been priced to attract attention. It is in a prominent
position in the centre of Highbridge and is a feature property.
As a former bank, it includes a secure concrete-lined safe in
the middle where valuables were stored."
The auction will take place on September 17th at St Mellion Resort