£99,000 Guide Price
First Floor Flat
Two Double Bedrooms
Troon, South Ayrshire
Home Report £110,000
Two Bed Flat in Troon 10% Below HR Value.
This first floor flat is overlooking Troon beach with fantastic unspoilt views over the sea to the Heads of Ayr, The Lady Isle and The Isle of Arran. Entered via a communal close this flat is on the right and enters into a hallway, there is a bright and spacious lounge, two double bedrooms, kitchen and fully tiled bathroom with shower over bath. The flat benefits from upvc double glazing and gas central heating.
Troon is a vibrant seaside town in South Ayrshire, a popular base for commuting, tourism and retirement. With a great rental market an achievable rental income on this property in current condition would be £600PCM. Alternatively as a very attractive tourism destination a property like this would likely achieve a nightly rental income of around £60per night with inflated prices expected in peak season. Only a few minutes' walk from the town centre, train station with frequent services to Glasgow and Morrison's supermarket this flat is ideally positioned for easy access to all of Troon's amenities.
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