Residential properties, mixed-use buildings, land, and an agricultural barn on the Isle of Wight are being auctioned in the run-up to Christmas.
They are among 149 lots, listed across southern England and South Wales by Clive Emson Auctioneers, at an auction which is due to end on December 13.
Currently let at £29,220 per annum, plus one vacant flat, a freehold investment building at Atherley Road, Shanklin, arranged as seven flats, as a mixture of one and two-bedroom units, is guided at £320,000 to £340,000. It is being sold jointly with Gully Howard.
A landmark former café, at 31 Bath Road, Cowes, is going up for auction, jointly with Scotcher & Co.
The vacant property at the junction of Bath Road, High Street and Watch House Lane, with three letting rooms on the first and second floors, has a guided freehold of £200,000-plus.
Rob Marchant, Island auctioneer, said: “The building requires upgrading and refurbishment to the existing accommodation, part of which has suffered from some fire damage.
"It is being sold with consent for an additional two-bedroom residential unit, by way of conversion of part of the side and rear of the existing building.
“There is an attractive sea view along Watch House Lane, from the bay windows on the first and second floors. A more panoramic sea view over the Solent is available from the rear windows.”
Also in Cowes' St Andrews Street, a vacant, freehold, one-bedroom house with a loft has a guide price of £140,000 - £160,000. The joint auctioneers are Lancasters.
In Newport, a five-bedroom freehold detached house on Staplers Road has a guide price of £150,000-plus.
Described as 'substantial', the auctioneer says significant upgrading and refurbishment is required.
It is being sold alongside Megan Baker.
Also in Newport, a freehold two-bedroom bungalow on Beech Road is guided at £95,000-plus.
Close to the town, on Buckbury Lane, three-bedroom freehold holiday property cottage, Sedum Cottage, has views across Pan Country Park.
It boasts an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, integrated into the rear decking.
In Ventnor, a freehold town centre mixed commercial and residential investment, on the High Street, has a guide price of £200,000-plus and is currently let at £25,299.96 per annum.
Rob said: "This imposing double-fronted, four-storey Victorian building is arranged as a ground floor shop with the lower ground floor, first and second floors arranged as residential letting units.
"The commercial space comprises an antiques and art gallery with a small separate area providing additional window space and storage.
"The residential accommodation requires a programme of upgrading and refurbishment, although each unit is currently let under the terms of an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement.
"To the rear there is a small garden accessed from the lower flat. Additionally, there is full width parking, suitable for three vehicles."
Joint auctioneers are Hose Rhodes Dickson.
On a 0.17-acre plot, Chale Barn, on Chale Street, has a freehold guide price of £85,000 to £95,000.
It is described as 'substantial', with views over open countryside and the English Channel, by Clive Emson and BCM.
Also in Ventnor, nearly four acres of freehold land opposite Elm Yard on Roud Road, with stabling and grazing land, has a guide price of £115,000 - £125,000.