Mark Jenkinson held the online auction on July 13 and it featured 30 lots, of which 80% were sold for a total of £3.8m.
Highlights included a building off Fitzalan Square in Sheffield city centre which sold for four times the guide price and Ye Old Harrow pub on Broad Street which sold for £301,000, wel above the guide price.
The former Citizens Advice building on Spital Hill also proved popular, selling for £323,000 after being listed with a guide price of £175,000.
Auctioneer Adrian Little said: “These were particularly popular lots and the auction went extremely well. The majority of lots went above guide price, some substantially so.”
Here is our pick of the lots.
1. Good selection
The auction featured lots including a pub, offices, residential property and land. "There's no particular theme, whatever comes in we do," said auctioneer Adrian Little. Photo: Mark Jenkinson
2. Haunted pub?
The former Ye Old Harrow pub and land on Broad Street on the edge of the city centre had a guide price of £225,000 to £250,000, but sold for £301,000. It has gained a reputation as being haunted after Paranormal Hauntings live-streamed a ghost hunt at the site. "It has been around for a while," said Mr Little, "but an auction can focus minds on putting your money where your mouth is." Photo: Mark Jenkinson
3. Fitzalan Square
This building on Fitzalan Square in the city centre was described as an interesting development opportunity. It was listed at £30,000 and sold for £120,000. Mr Little said: "Fitzalan Square has improved massively over the years. To develop this building is a challenge but you could have gated access and make it nice." Photo: Mark Jenkinson
4. Spital Hill
The former Citizens Advice office in Spital Hill attracted more than 20 bidders after being listed at £175,000. It sold for £323,000. Mr Little said: "Spital Hill is such a busy place, it is a reflection of multicultural Britain. From a trading point of view, this is a great position and there was intense competition for it." Photo: Mark Jenkinson