Addendum To Printed Catalogue
We have been informed that there is a schedule of works required on the building; which includes (but may not be limited to) work on the external rendering, and windows in flat 5. The current scaffolding will remain in place whilst works are being carried out. Further information and approximate costings on the proposed works should be included in the management pack. All parties should read through the pack prior.
A one bedroom apartment located on the entry floor of the building. The property features a double bedroom with sea views, lounge with glorious sea views enjoyed from the large bay window, separate kitchen and a bathroom. The previous letting agents for the property have stated the apartment could command up to £600 PCM/£7200 PAE in rental income on an AST basis, or could be enjoyed as a residential home. Other apartments in the building have been used for holiday letting purposes which could have the potential to generate approximately three-fold income compared with residential lettings, depending on occupancy throughout the year. As a ground floor apartment, it allows easy access from street level.
Torquay is a Victorian town located on the South Devon coast, alongside its sister Torbay towns of Paignton and Brixham, which in turn form the Borough of Torbay. The local area has a busy town centre and bustling harbourside, which houses many bars and restaurants and the famed Princess Theatre.
Communal entrance to the apartment.
Hallway leading to the lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
Outside and Facilities
The property has the enjoyment of well maintained communal gardens and benefits from a useful separate store room in the basement.
Energy Efficiency Rating - C
Strictly by appointment only with Miller Countrywide Torquay 01803 291429. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.
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