£39,000 Guide price
Internally Refurbished 2 Bedroom Top Floor Flat located within a popular residential development in Paisley, Renfrewshire. Minutes from transport links, Erskine Bridge, Paisley Gilmour Street. Currently tenanted on SAT agreement - £375 pcm - £4,500 per annum - 10% ROI at present guide and reserve price. Comprises: Entrance hallway, living room (corner facing), modern fitted kitchen, modern bathroom and 2 large double bedrooms. Further benefits from close proximity to town centre, double glazing - Excellent opportunity for investment or residential portfolio expansion. SALES EVIDENCE: 17 Caledonia Street, Flat 1/R, (SOLD) £60,000. 28 Caledonia Street, Paisley (SOLD) £62,000. 52 Caledonia Street, Flat 1/1, Paisley (SOLD) £61,500, 20 Caledonia Street, Paisley (SOLD) £65,000. 25 Caledonia Street, Paisley (SOLD) £69,000. Occupying a top floor position in a popular urban pocket of Paisley, is this TWO bedroom flat - presented to the market in good internal condition. **Comparable sales: **1 Caledonia Street (SOLD) £64,000**4 Caledonia Street (SOLD) £68,000 *** PRICED FOR AUCTION SALE - READY MADE INVESTMENT PROPERTY *** EPC - BAND G
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