Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions appears to be starting 2021 as it means to go on with a huge catalogue containing a range of properties offered in its first online sale of the year.

The properties we feature here are among more than 70 which will be offered on the business' online sale from Tuesday, February 2, starting at 12 noon and ending from 5pm on Thursday, February 4.

An end of terrace house, located at 1A Bolt Street, Pillgwenlly, Newport, is within walking distance of the city centre. The property, which requires some renovation but offers spacious accommodation throughout, is made up of three self-contained flats which are let at a total annual income of £15,588. The property has a guide price of £49,000-plus.

A substantial property comprising three, self-contained flats is at 25 Ruperra Street, Newport. The property, which is listed with a guide price of £154,000-plus, is situated in a well-established residential location, close to Newport city centre. The property is fully let to established tenants generating a total annual income of £15,588.

A semi-detached, two-bedroom property, situated 44 Snatchwood Road, Abersychan, is listed with a guide price of £55,000-plus. The property has been rented by the current owners for £500 per calendar month. The property briefly comprises entrance hallway, open plan lounge/kitchen area, ground floor bathroom, two bedrooms and has benefitted from a recent renovation to include new kitchen, bathroom and modernisation throughout.

An end-of-terrace, three-bedroom house, with front and rear gardens at 124 Beaufort Road, Tredegar, is listed with a guide price of £55,000-plus. The house has planning permission to extend and convert into a four-bedroom property. The property is of traditional construction and may interest buyers looking to renovate, extend and re-sale. The house has gas central heating (not tested) and double glazing. Further benefits include side and rear access.

The Arundel Club, Blaenavon, located in a residential area, is offered with a guide price of £145,000-plus. This deceptively large former public house and four-bedroom accommodation is located in an elevated position just off the main A4043 Pontypool Road, and boasts stunning views. The social club comprises two bar areas, one kitchen and two sports lounges with disabled access to the side of the property. The property appears to be constructed of stone, brick and block with render colour washed elevations, having pitched slate and tiled roofs with later flat roof extensions. There is a raised beer terrace which could accommodate 30 – 40 people.

Substantial four-bedroom 52 Belmont Terrace, Brynithel, Abertillery is offered with a guide price of £68,000-plus. The property has sizeable gardens with exceptional views across the valley and a road level garage. The property has previously benefited from planning for development of a detached dwelling. The village of Brynithel is ideally situated for access to the nearby towns of Abertillery and Newbridge and there are excellent road links to the M4, Newport and Cardiff.

A three bedroom, bay-fronted detached house with loft space at 120 Sunnybank Road, Griffithstown, Pontypool, could be an ideal investment opportunity. The property, which is listed with a guide price of £159,500-plus, comprises three double bedrooms, two reception rooms, a fitted kitchen and ground floor WC. To the top floor there are two attic rooms which could provide additional bedroom space (subject to local planning permission). Outside the property provides a detached sun room and a low maintenance garden.

A three-bedroom property, 2 Hood Road, Newport, is a good size first floor flat which has been updated by the current owner. The property, which is listed with a guide price of £69,000-plus, comprises a fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge and three bedrooms. The flat is ideal for Buy to Let as it is currently rented at £600 per calendar month.

Mixed use, 58 Glyn Terrace, Tredegar, is offered with a guide price of £50,000-plus. The property consists of shop unit to the ground floor and a flat to the first floor, which would both benefit from light refurbishment. The area of Georgetown is located about a mile from Tredegar town and offers a range of local amenities.

Fancy a complete change of lifestyle? Cefn Perthy Farm, Henllys Way, Coed Eva, Cwmbran, which is offered with a guide price of £575,000-plus, could well fit the bill. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a secluded, one-acre plot in a popular location, comprising farmhouse, barns (with approved residential planning permission), outbuildings with walled yard, gardens and small paddock, offering broad development potential for many uses. The farmhouse sits in a large garden with orchard area. The quiet, secluded location offers views across neighbouring countryside with Henllys Vale to the south, Twmbarlwm to the west and Newport and the Bristol Channel to the south east.

A three-bedroom mid-terrace property, at 86 Marshfield Street, Newport, is offered with a guide price of £80,000-plus. The property requires updating and improvement throughout and would be ideal for buy to let purposes or investment. The property, which has its three bedrooms and bathroom on the first floor, has gardens to the front and rear.