£40,000 Guide price
Traditional Town centre Flat with walking distance to Ayr central train station (mainline connections to Glasgow 45 mins). Internally well maintained - Secure door entry at ground level. Benefits from outer door providing private access onto balcony - Main door into flat, reception hallway, large lounge / kitchen, FOUR double bedrooms with front aspects and large family bathroom. Strong rental demand - £600 pcm rental potential - £7,200 Per Annum - 18.00% ( YES!! 18% ) yield at guide and reserve price - Great auction entry rarely available to market - Fully occupied building with main door access at the front of the building. Ample local amenities surrounding the property including Morrisons supermarket and thriving Ayr town centre. 24hr garage located accross the road for the property - On street parking available (parking permit required). Walking distance for bus links and Ayr Central station within minutes. Great opportunity for investor for FLAT in tidy condition ( requiring decoration on second floor ) and generous room sizes - High yield investment for property in desirable town centre location with strong rental demand from students and commuters.
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