£110,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to present this lovely three bedroom flat to the residential sales market. The property occupies a good position in the sought after residential area in the popular village of Corpach. It is an ideal first-time buyer home or a great buy-to-let opportunity and is presented to the market with plenty of scope to individualise the property to your own taste. It comes completed with, double glazing and off-street parking. The property is in walk-in condition but has the potential to upgrade and make this the ideal property for someone looking to put their own stamp on their first home. This type of property is well sought after within the Lochaber area, so early viewing would be highly recommended. The current owner previously rented this property so with the shortage of rental properties within the Fort William area, this property would also make a viable investment vehicle for any prospective purchaser.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01397 600 006
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