Auction Property Details

1 Hadassah Grove, Liverpool, L17 8XH

Lot 54 - 20.11.2014

SOLD £310,000

FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2014 AT LIVERPOOL TOWN HALL

1 HADASSAH GROVE, LIVERPOOL, L17 8XH

INVESTMENT

WHY BUY?
Freehold Residential Investment
Highly sought after location off Lark Lane
Eight double bedrooms
Full HMO licence
Fully refurbished to a high standard
Currently produces £37,440 per annum


DESCRIPTION:
This superb investment opportunity comprises of an attractive Victorian Terrace extending over four floors providing eight double bedrooms with communal kitchen, lounge and three bathrooms. The property was fully refurbished several years ago and this included being totally re-wired, re-plumbed, re-plastered, new window frames (double glazed) throughout, gas central heating, new kitchen, new bathrooms, including, fire alarm and intruder alarm. The property is currently let to students producing £37,440 per annum for 12 months from 1st July 2013 to 30th June 2014. Due to its excellent location just off Lark Lane this property will always prove popular with both young professionals and students.

LOCATION:
The property is accessed via a private cul-de-sac off Lark Lanes renowned conservation area approximately 5 miles south of Liverpool City Centre. The property is close to local amenities of Sefton Park as well as the bars, restaurants and shops of Lark Lane and Aigburth Road.

ACCOMMODATION:
Lower Ground - two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchenette
Ground Floor - Hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, stairs to half-landing two bathrooms.
First Floor - Landing, three bedrooms stairs to second floor.
Second Floor - Landing, 3 loft rooms
Outside - Rear yard

Price Information

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