£39,000 Guide Price
Fantastic Rental Property Ready for a Tenant in The Popular Seaside Town of Largs
Spacious one bedroom flat minutes from the beach, shops and all of Largs facilities. Situated on the first floor of a three storey traditional block containing self-contained flats in total. The flat comprises of an entrance hall, lounge with two large tilt and turn windows and a feature bookcase, the kitchen has ample base and eyelevel storage units with an electric hob cooker and extractor fan. The double bedroom and shower room are both very spacious and bright.
To the rear the property benefits from a communal drying area and grassed garden. The flat has electric heating and UPVC tilt and turn double glazing.
Located in the busy seaside town of Largs this property is ideally located for long walks along the beach or day trips to Millport, where you can cycle round the whole island in just over an hour. The end of the promenade houses the iconic Nardinis Ice cream parlour and Tony Macaroni restaurant, which attracts customers from all over Scotland. On a sunny summers day Largs is a hotspot for tourism, with the long palm tree lined promenade buzzing with beach goers and the many shops and facilities bustling. Largs benefits from a central railway line with services to Glasgow, Kilwinning and Ayr, along with frequent bus services for local access.
This property is situated in a very popular rental area and would likely achieve a rental income of approximately £400PCM. As a holiday let a fantastic rental potential of £40 per night.
This property will be subject to an auction buyer's premium of 1.5%VAT subject to a minimum of £1500VAT.
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