A former card shop, a council house and an ex supporting living facility are among the properties up for auction in Cornwall.

The freehold of a block of flats in Camborne town centre has a guide price of £280,000 to £300,000.

Connexion House comprises four apartments, each with two bedrooms, in New Connexion Street and was most recently used as a supported living facility.

It is among the lots in the seventh auction of 2021 by the regional land and property auctioneers Clive Emson.

Connexion House in Camborne

Connexion House in Camborne

Senior Auction Appraiser David Henwood said: “This substantial end-terrace property is well located for the town centre.

“Its well-proportioned flats are in good order and it is considered ideal as a letting investment although some interested parties may consider further sub-division of the building to create more residential units subject to the necessary consents.”

Connexion House is being auctioned jointly with Bill Bannister estate agents of Redruth.

Also going under the hammer is a three-storey commercial building in a prime position in Truro city centre.

With a freehold guide of £220,000 plus, the property at 12 St Nicholas Street has a ground floor shop with offices, store rooms, WC and kitchen above.

The empty shop at 12 St Nicholas Street, Truro

The empty shop at 12 St Nicholas Street, Truro

David said: “This property is in a great location in Truro’s vibrant city centre with a generous ground-floor retail area and decent window frontage with ample ancillary accommodation to the upper floors.”

In St Erth, near Hayle, a semi-detached house has been placed for auction by Cornwall Council.

Located at 1 The Orchard, Tredrea Lane, the three-bedroom property has a freehold guide of £120,000 plus.

A former card shop with upper floors in St Austell town centre is also heading to auction.

The three-storey building at 18 Fore Street has a freehold guide price of £150,000.

Located in a pedestrianised street, the ground floor was most recently occupied by Clintons Cards.

The former Clintons card shop at 18 Fore Street, St Austell

The former Clintons card shop at 18 Fore Street, St Austell

David added: “This mid-terrace property is in a prominent position in a prime location in the town centre.

“It has well-configured ground floor sales space with significant window frontage and ancillary accommodation on the first and second floors.

“These upper floors can be independent accessed and offer potential for residential conversion subject to the necessary consents.”

The property is being auctioned jointly with Miller Commercial of Truro.

Freehold land in St Austell is also going under the auctioneer’s gavel with a freehold guide of £20,000 to £25,000.

Bordered by Gover Stream, off Gover Road, it measures 0.07 hectares (0.16 acres).

Clive Emson Auctioneers holds auctions eight times a year, and has 104 lots on offer in its next auction.

Bidding is live from Monday, November 1, with the auction ending on Wednesday, November 3 on the Clive Emson website.