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Currently rented at £400 per month, this 3 bedroom terrace property should appeal to landlords and investors.
The property is let on a long term tenancy and brings in a gross income of £4,800.
The property comprises of lounge/dining, fitted kitchen, bathroom with 3 piece suite, and 3 bedrooms. The property further benefits from Oil central heating and PVC double glazing.
Viewing by appointment through the selling agent.
Lounge/ dining: 6m x 3m, Laminate floor, understairs cloaks.
Fitted Kitchen: 4m x 3.4m, stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, built in oven and hob, extractor fan, range of high and low level units.
Rear garden, paved with rear access, Oil tank, Oil fired boiler
Bathroom: Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath with shower over.
Bedroom 1: 3.3m x 2.6m
Bedroom 2: 4m x 1.8m
Bedroom 3: 4m x 2.2 m
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