Barnard Marcus will offer its largest catalogue in three years at its sale on 11 September.
The 243-lot catalogue is one of the largest ever launched by the auction house.
Its most valuable lot is a six-floor building arranged as six flats in Hampstead, London, which has potential for further development and is guided at £3.25m.
The property failed to sell in Barnard Marcus’s June auction, when the last bid was £3.24m - and also in August, when the last bid was £3.15m.
The catalogue also features residential portfolios split into multiple lots. The highest priced are four apartments in Palgrave Gardens in Camden, north London, which are being marketed with guide prices between £750,000 and £900,000.
In addition, 18 flats on the same street in Maidstone, Kent, are available with guide prices between £65,000 and £80,000.
Another investment opportunity is in Putney, south-west London, where a three-floor, three-bedroom house is being offered with a £1.05m guide price. Planning permission is in place to extend the house and to develop another two-floor house on the same site.
Barnard Marcus’s auction will be held at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Great Queen Street, London.
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