Potential rental income of £129 per week which equates to £6,579 if let for 51 weeks per tenancy
En suite furnished double bedroom on the second floor
Lift access to all floors
0.8 miles walk canterbury christ church main campus.
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Canterbury Student Village is a purpose built development on the banks of the River Stour. This second floor en suite deluxe pod is located in Kentish House and is let for the 2018/19 academic year. At the end of the current tenancy we believe there is scope to increase the current rent to £129 per week which equates to £6,579 if let for 51 weeks per tenancy. The pod itself has lift access and comes with a double bed, a wardrobe with a built in private safe, desk and mini fridge. The en suite is part tiled, has a corner shower, wall hung basin and WC. There are 6 pods that have use of the communal kitchen / lounge area, which comes with an integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, microwave, electric oven and hob with extractor over and flat screen TV. There is a secure telephone entry system, high speed broadband wifi throughout the building and common areas and use of a laundry room. There is an on-site management team and a bike store. Local Authority Canterbury City Council . Kent County Council . Services Mains water, waste and electricity. Tenure This property is leasehold. Location Parham Road is situated off the Sturry Road, has regular buses running to and from the city centre and is walking distance to Christ Church University North Holmes Road Campus. In total Christ Church has 20,000 students studying across their five campuses. With 1,300 international students and links to more than 100 countries, they are a market leader in the recruitment of students from the new EU accession states. They are also the South East's largest provider of courses for public services careers. Not only is this property in a good location for Christ Church University students, it is also under 2 miles from Canterbury's cultural city centre. Although Canterbury is a place steeped in tradition it is also a modern and vibrant city. Fine restaurants serve food from across the globe; pulsating nightclubs and welcoming pubs combine to give a complete experience. Both train stations are within walking distance of the central area of the city, with both lines having links to London Victoria.
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