A well presented three storey plus basement dormer style mid terrace property converted to provide 6 lettings rooms each with their own new ensuite shower/WC. The property is fully HMO compliant and just requires certification. It has recently been refurbished to a high standard and benefits from double glazing, central heating and new carpeting. The sale will include all fixtures and fittings and furniture including all the kitchen facilities.
The property can be sold fully vacant or alternatively with two tenants in situ who are currently paying £90 and £110 per week, however no tenancies are in place but the tenants may be willing to sign a new agreement.
When fully let at £100 pppw the potential rental income is in excess of £31,200 per annum.
Viewing is strongly recommended.
Just off the High Street in an established and popular residential location within close proximity to local amenities, schooling and transport links. Liverpool city centre is approximately 5 miles away.
Lower Ground Floor
Communal Lounge, Kitchen, WC, Utility Room
Main Entrance Hallway, 2 Letting Rooms
2 Letting Rooms
2 Letting Rooms
Paved Garden to rear
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