£41,000 Guide price
Traditional Two Bedroom Second Floor Flat Located in the Popular Coastal Town of Kirkcaldy***Ideal Buy to Let Investment in a Sought After Area***The Property Comprises Entrance Hallway, Kitchen, Living Room, Bathroom and Two Double Bedrooms. The Property Also Benefits From: Ample Storage Throughout, Double Glazing, Gas Central Heating and On Street Parking***423, High Street, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY1 2SG Previously Sold For £70,000, 252a High Street, Kirkcaldy, Ffe KY1 1LA Previously Sold For £69,950***Excellent Buy To Let Investment with Great Sales Evidence. Rental Potential of £450-£550pcm giving an annual Rental of £6,600 giving a yield of 13.2% if achieved at the Guide price. Kirkcaldy offers a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities and amenities including a theatre, museum and library. There are nursery, primary, secondary and further education facilities. The town has its own town centre bus and rail station (the station offers regular service from Edinburgh to Dundee) and is well placed for access to the motorway network allowing Dundee, Glenrothes, Dunfermline and Edinburgh all to be reached within a comfortable drive. In addition to this there is a good local bus route.
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