£33,000 Guide price
One bed TENANTED modernised ground floor flat in a central location within the popular Market town of Kilmarnock - long term tenant on SAT lease. Comprises - Lounge, fitted kitchen, utility room bathroom and bedroom. Ideal starter flat or portfolio addition for investor landlord - TURN KEY INVESTMENT. Benefits from double glazing, gas central heating with new boiler and upgraded smoke detection due to landlord regulations. Good rental income - £375 per calendar month (£4500 per annum) - would suit investor landlord or first time buyer. 2 Miles from town centre. Excellent access to Glasgow, Prestwick International Airport and the West of Scotland via train, bus, and motorway routes. With a population of circa 45000, Kilmarnock is the administrative centre for East Ayrshire and boasts a number of landmark Scottish attractions including The famous Dick Institute, Burns Monument and Dean Castle. Caprington Gardens is close to the historic town centre and is within walking distance of the town with its plethora of amenities hosting popular gift shops, bars, coffee shops and restaurants. ---GREAT RENTAL AREA CLOSE TO TRAIN STATION &NEAR BUISNESS DISTRICT + COLLEGE--- Every amenity at hand. EXCELLENT PUBLIC TRANSPORT ROUTES. Glasgow 25 minutes by car on M77.
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