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Homes Under the Hammer visit ‘interesting’ Stoke property with oatcakes on the menu


A quirky property which even includes an oatcake shop proves intriguing for Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martel Maxwell when she visits London Road in Stoke. Martel is delighted to see the oatcake shop featured as part of the mixed use property, and declares: “That’s lunch sorted!”

Approaching the property, which features in one of the latest episodes of the popular TV series, Martel says: “The property on offer at auction – well, it was an interesting one. It’s described as a part let mixed use investment and it comes in three parts for a guide price of £42,000.




“On the ground floor you’ve got two retail units and you can see that this shop is already let as a Staffordshire oatcake shop. Yum yum! That’s lunch sorted.

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“Then above you have a flat which is derelict and you can’t go into and then the other place is the ground floor shop, which is not currently let, but it’s safe to go into.”

On setting foot inside the empty shop unit, a former gym called Emma’s, Martel says: “Inside, well, I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a room quite so red.”

This mixed commercial and residential property on London Road featured on Homes under the Hammer(Image: BBC)

The shop window is boarded up so she says anyone who comes in might want to think about that.



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