Addendum To Printed Catalogue
We are advised by the vendor the property is currently let to 4 tenants, two of which may vacate on the sale of the property.
A three storey plus basement semi-detached property which has been converted to provide a 1 bedroomed self contained flat and a 7 bedroomed HMO investment property. At the time of our inspection 4 of the rooms where let producing a rental income of in excess of £16,600 per annum.
The property is fully HMO Compliant and benefits from three kitchens, 2 bathrooms, electric storage heating, rear yard and off road parking.
When fully let the potential rental income is in excess of £33,000 per annum.
In a cul de sac off West Derby Road in a popular residential location within easy access to Tuebrook Amenities, Newsham Park and approximately 3 miles from Liverpool City Centre.
Flat- Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Bedroom, Office/Study
Vestibule, Main Entrance Hallway, 2 Letting Rooms, Breakfast Kitchen, Shower/W.C
3 Letting Rooms, Kitchen, Bathroom/W.C
2 Letting Rooms, Kitchen
Yard to Rear, Off Road Parking
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