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Strong bidding expected for 18th century Staffordshire mill house in Bond Wolfe’s next auction

A Grade II-listed mill house near Wolverhampton is already catching the eyes of potential bidders in the run-up to Bond Wolfe’s next auction.

The Mill House on Ebstree Road in Seisdon, in the South Staffordshire countryside near Wolverhampton, will come with a guide price* of £450,000+ in the livestreamed auction on Thursday 16 May.

James Rossiter, senior auction valuer at Bond Wolfe, explained that the “remarkable” property included the listed Mill House, a separate annexe and a mill building.

Mr Rossiter said: “This five-bedroomed property which dates from 1749, is in need of renovation and refurbishment throughout, but this could create a luxury family home in picturesque countryside.

“It stands back from the road in a plot of approximately 0.42 acres behind mature front gardens and a large private gated driveway, leading to a rear double garage and various storerooms.

“The Mill House has the added benefit of a rear gated access from the Mill Pool, and the tempting potential to create an idyllic rural home is sure to attract bidders from across the country and abroad to our livestreamed auction.”

The ground floor has a porch, three reception rooms, a large kitchen, utility room, boot room, garden room, toilet and access to the cellar.

On the first floor, a landing leads to three bedrooms, a bathroom and separate shower, plus a second bathroom with no fittings, with two further bedrooms on the second floor.

The annexe has a kitchen, living room and toilet on the ground floor, with a bedroom, shower room with toilet and a further room on the first floor.

Outside are gardens, driveway parking, the mill building itself, a double garage with a store and loft room above, a sun house and rear gated access to the mill pool.


The Mill House is in the village of Seisdon, with road links to Wolverhampton, Bridgnorth, Wombourne and Stourbridge.

The area is well-served for schools for all age groups with popular primary, secondary and grammar schools nearby.

Mr Rossiter added: “This is an attractive property that offers both space and historic features, but it simply needs some sympathetic modernisation to become an outstanding character home.

“This is a great example of the kind of properties to be found in our auction catalogues, offering a tremendous return on investment.”

The Mill House is among 209 lots that are appearing in Bond Wolfe’s next auction, which will start at 8.30am on Thursday 16 May. 

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