The Manor Guest House will feature in Bond Wolfe’s upcoming auction in Birmingham on Thursday July 21.
Watt Place Manor, Cheadle has 11 en-suite bedrooms, a three-bedroom owners’ apartment and a separate three-bedroom bungalow.
The freehold property will have a guide price of over £705,000 when Bond Wolfe returns to the auction room for the first time in two and a half years. The sale will also be streamed live online.
Ian Tudor, Joint Managing Director Auctions at Bond Wolfe, said: “This attractive and well-presented lot could be an excellent business venture with a potentially fabulous lifestyle opportunity for anyone wishing to work in the hospitality industry, with many sources of income.
“The guesthouse has a large 12 square meter pillarless event hall that can accommodate approximately 130 people, making it ideal for events such as weddings, birthdays and even funeral wakes.
“For weddings, a beautifully appointed bridal suite is also available as well as a lovely walled garden, perfect for a photo shoot.
“The property has also been run as a comfortable, family run boutique style guest house for the past 15 years, and has a newly refurbished breakfast room and dining room with seating for 18.
“There is a well maintained and picturesque walled garden with a sitting area and a pond, and there is parking space for up to 35 cars.”
Mr Tudor explained that the property is in a prominent position opposite St Giles The Abbott Church, close to the center of the historic market town.
“While the property is set to continue in its current use as a guest house and venue for special occasions, it is also considered suitable for alternative uses, including redevelopment for residential purposes, subject to a building permit,” he added.
The Manor guest house is one of several properties in Bond Wolfe’s auction which starts at 9.30am in the Holte Suite in Aston Villa’s Villa Park.