A farm in Lostwithiel and a smallholding in Camelford both sold for considerably more than their guide prices at a property auction this week.

Kivells October Collective Property Auction on Wednesday, October 28 concluded a year that saw more than thirteen million pounds worth of property sold by the auctioneers.

All eight of the lots sold on the evening went in excess of their respective guide prices.

Hendrawether, a smallholding in a pretty rural setting in Camelford, attracted huge interest, with hundreds of bidders registering and viewing prior to the auction.

The property sold for £500,000 off a guide price of £150,000 - £350,000 over the guide.

Milltown Farm, a four bedroom detached character residence in Lostwithiel, sold for £770,000 off a guide price of £500,000.

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Milltown Farm

A diverse mix of property was on offer including residential property, farms, land and commercial property, attracting online interest across the country.

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Kivells area manager, Sam Turner MNAEA, was thrilled with yet another strong performance. He said: "Our collective property auctions continue to exceed our client’s expectations and we are delighted to be achieving such impressive results.

"The sales across 2020 are a testament to the hard work of the team and this method of sale is proving ever popular with sellers and buyers alike.

"At Kivells we have a proud heritage of delivering professional auctions and we are now welcoming lots for our next collective auction.”

The auction was held at Kivells state-of-the-art agricultural centre in Holsworthy, with strict social distancing measures in place to ensure the safety of clients and staff.