Savills has released a 117-lot catalogue for its next auction on 26 March.
The most expensive lot comprises two light industrial buildings totalling 6,102 sq ft in New Cross, south-east London, which are being offered with a guide price in excess of £2.5m.
The buildings have planning permission for conversion into 14 flats with 807 sq ft of ground-floor retail.
In Kilburn, north-west London, a three-storey terraced house is set to go under the hammer with a guide price of £1.2m.
The lot is arranged as three flats with a garden and produces an annual income of £62,100.
The freehold of a terraced house in Camden, north-west London, is being offered with a guide price of £1.8m. The three-storey property is vacant and has development potential.
“What has been clear from our recent sales is that certain buyer types are back and keen as ever to trade,” said Chris Coleman Smith, head of Savills auctions.
“We hadn’t seen so much of portfolio investors and London-based owner occupiers with significant budgets in the past 12 months or so, but they seem to be springing into action again.”
Savills’ auction will be held at The Marriott Hotel on Grosvenor Square, central London.