£36,000 Offers over
Deposit incentives may be offered to first-time buyers. Forming part of a portfolio of four, one bedroom flats, that may be purchased individually or as one unit, flat 1/1 occupies the first-floor position and has been renovated to a good standard in recent years. Internally, the flat has an open-plan kitchen/reception with gas hob, electric oven, and space for a free standing fridge, rear facing double bedroom and modern shower room. The property further benefits from gas central heating and double glazing. This property is an ideal first-time buy or sensible rental investment. These properties are available separately and can be purchased as an investment portfolio. The yield potential of the portfolio is 11.5% based on achieving £350pcm per property. Flat 1/2 is currently achieving a rental value of £350pcm giving a forecast on the portfolio return of £1400pcm or £18200 per annum. We are currently open to offers on the purchase of the portfolio. PLEASE NOTE: This property is subject to a £1000 + VAT Buyer's Premium.
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