£19,000 Guide Price
Home Report £30,000
EPC – D
Sandstone Flat in Centre of Campbeltown
Situated on the first floor of this traditional red sandstone block of flats this property enters onto a hallway, with a lounge, double bedroom, modern dining kitchen and tiled bathroom with electric shower over bath. The flat benefits from various characteristics such as large bright sash and case windows, wooden flooring and high ceilings.
Campbeltown is situated right on the coast with some of the most breath taking Scottish scenery right on the doorstep. An excellent reputation for golf courses and popular with tourists this flat could also make an ideal home, the opportunities are endless. Self-proclaimed 'the whisky capital of the world' Campbeltown prides itself on quality and this one bed flat lives up to its high standards. Situated in the centre of the town the property has a stunning façade with traditional features.
This property would likely achieve a rental income of around £350pcm this would offer an attractive income with a potential rental yield of 22% compared to the current guide price.
For further information please contact Lorren in The Wilsons Auctions Property Department.
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