Offers Over £150,000 - Sold STC


  • One Double Bedroom Apartment
  • Fully Redecorated Throughout
  • Private Balcony
  • "Green Quarter" Location
  • Tenanted Until Nov 2019
  • TURN KEY INVESTMENT!

**INVESTORS ONLY** **FULLY REDECORATED, NEW CARPETS THROUGHOUT**

Case McNair are delighted to offer this fantastic one bedroom apartment in the Britton House development, Green Quarter. Representing the perfect turn key investment, investors will receive income from the moment they purchase.

The property briefly compromises of a spacious open plan living dining area, a fully fitted kitchen which comes complete with integrated appliances, a modern three piece bathroom finished to an extremely high standard and a generous sized double bedroom. There is also a balcony off the living room and bedroom overlooking a beautiful landscaped courtyard.

Recently repainted throughout, and brand new carpets laid, investors will be sure to benefit from buying a ready made product, with a tenant already in situ, thus being income producing, and minimum hassle from day of completion. With low overheads, investors can expect a whopping net yield of 5.3% after service charge, and ground have been deducted based on asking price.

The apartment is close to all local amenities and transport links, situated in the Green Quarter which is only a short walk to the City Centre and a stone throw away from Victoria Train Station.

Rental: £795pcm
Tenanted Until: November 2019
Ground rent: £250 per annum
Service charge & insurance: £1,128 per annum
Lease years: 150 years from 2006

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Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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