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A substantial double fronted semi detached property which has been converted into six self-contained flats currently let and the house has been registered with the University for over 40 years. The flats which have been well maintained by the current vendor and currently generate an annual income of around £30,000 pa but with a re-adjustment to current letting levels we see a projected uplift in annual income of around £40,000. There is accommodation over four floors and around 3433 sq ft of living space. The property sits on a larger than average plot with driveway, communal off road parking to the rear and garden. In addition there is a large detached garage which if converted to a coach house style unit offering an additional income stream if let, this is of course subject to all planning regulated and permissions. The flats have their own meters, with a mixture of Economy 7 and modern efficient electrical heating, all with UPVC windows. The house has 6 tenants in situ let by way of AST’s currently rolling over. This property has been within the same family for over 40 years and offers the buyer a prime opportunity to either convert the house back to a family residence or continue letting and view with a long term investment in a prime location.
Blundells Property Auctions
2 Cotton Street
t. 0114 254 1185
2 Cotton Street
Tel: 0114 254 1185
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