A detached investment opportunity comprising of two units of fully self contained properties being a ground and first floors, two bedroom maisonette and a one bedroom garden flat, having the benefit of an enclosed rear garden accessed from the side of the property via a covered walkway and enjoying views over Victoria Park.
Haystone Place is conveniently located for the facilities and amenities of Plymouth city centre, university and mainline railway station, along with the A38/A30 road network.
12 Haystone Place
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, bathroom.
First Floor: Landing and two bedrooms.
EPC Energy Efficiency Rating: F
12A Haystone Place
Garden Floor: Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/diner, bedroom, rear hallway and shower room.
EPC Energy Efficiency Rating: E
Enc.losed rear garden and patio seating area accessed via a covered walkway to the side of the property
The freehold of the whole building, along with two individual leases for each flat. Please refer to the legal pack for further information.
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