Location: Situated just off of the A270 Lewes Road, one of the main roads leading into and out of Brighton City Centre, is this mid terrace residential property on Coombe Terrace. The premises can be found in a highly densely populated residential area that surrounds. A mix of both multiple and local traders, including Machine Mart and Kwik Fit can be found a short distance away. The newly refurbished Pavilion Retail Park is also close by.
Accommodation: A freehold residential investment property comprising two adjoining, two-storey, mid terrace properties, built circa 1880, and subsequently converted to form two self-contained ground floor flats and a self-contained first floor flat extending across both properties.
22 Coombe Terrace: Ground Floor 1 bedroom flat comprising large bedroom to rear, open plan kitchen and living room, white tiled bathroom suite. Access to a rear shared courtyard. Council Tax Band A EPC Rating C Let on an AST from 05/06/19 at £950 pcm.
23 Coombe Terrace: Ground Floor 1 bedroom flat comprising living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom. Access to a rear shared courtyard. Council Tax Band A EPC Rating applied for Let on an AST from 20/09/04 at £700 pcm
First Floor 3 bedroom flat: Comprising 3 good sized bedrooms, large kitchen and living room, bathroom. Access provided from kitchen to rear outside decked area. Flat in need of refurbishment. Council Tax Band B EPC Rating applied for Let on a short-term basis at £650 p
Offers are invited in the region of £525,000 for the freehold interest. The property is not elected for VAT. Each party is to be responsible for their own legal fees.
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