Property Auctions in Derby

Derby 1024x921Established in Derby in 2006, Graham Penny Auctions is the number one auction house in the Midlands. It holds seven auctions each year at the iPro Stadium and has city centre offices on The Strand, a stone’s throw away from its sister company Graham Penny Estates on St James’s Street.

Graham Penny has lived and worked in the Derbyshire property market for more than 40 years and is one of the most experienced estate agents in the region. A well-known name on the East Midlands property scene, Graham is a regular on BBC One’s Homes under the Hammer and is regarded as one of the top property auctioneers in the country.

Since its inception, Graham Penny Auctions in Derby has held more than 50 auctions, offered more than 3,500 lots for sale, secured more than £250m in sales for its customers, held the title of East Midlands number one residential property auctioneer for seven consecutive years and grown from a single office of four people to a group of companies employing 25+ people.

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Why buy in Derby?
Derby has a rich manufacturing heritage. It lays claim to the first factory in the world and today has major employers including Rolls-Royce, Toyota and Bombardier based in the city. The county of Derbyshire features the Peak District National Park which is not only a sought after area for holiday-makers but also those looking for retirement homes and even TV crews – Pride & Prejudice and Peak Practice were filmed there.

Derby’s property hotspots including Oakwood, which when built in 1980 was the UK’s largest housing estate, Normanton, which has a diverse, multicultural community and a much sought after location not to mention the popular suburbs of Littleover, Allestree and Alvaston. Areas around the University such as Kedleston Road and Duffield Road are also popular locations, particularly with students.