Realistic rent in the area £400pcm, giving an annual income of £4,800 and providing a yield of 8% if achieved for guide price. EPC rating D
Stonehaven is a popular coastal town around 12 miles from Aberdeen, Property is close to many local amenities, shops, services and transport links.
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** sale by auction - 06 February 2020 ** Edinburgh Marriott .
**ideal investment opportunity** 1 Bedroom flat in Popular commuter town of Stonehaven, Near Aberdeen. Enjoying a central location within the popular coastal town, close to many local amenities, shops, services and transport links into Aberdeen. Benefitting from the services of electric heating and double glazing, the property would make an ideal buy to let investment. Realistic rent in the area £400pcm, giving an annual income of £4,800 and providing a yield of 8% if achieved for guide price. Upon entering the building, there is a well maintained communal hall accessed via a secure entry system. The property comprises a welcoming entrance hall with a large storage cupboard that leads to all of the accommodation. The bright & airy living space provides ample space for free standing furniture and is on open plan with the kitchen that is fitted with a range of modern base, wall & drawer units together with contrasting roll front work tops and matching splash back. To the front of the property is the good sized bedroom while finishing the interior is the modern shower room. Excellent local sales evidence 35 Flat B, Arduthie Street, Stonehaven, £100,000... 29 Flat B, Arduthie Street, Stonehaven £98,500...21, Arduthie Street, Stonehaven, £100,000 Hallway 2.57m x 1.57m (8'5" x 5'2") Lounge 4.90m x 2.80m (16'1" x 9'2") Bedroom 2.57m x 2.57m (8'5" x 8'5") Shower Room 1.93m x 1.55m (6'4" x 5'1")
Stonehaven lies around 12 miles to the south of Aberdeen and is popular with commuters into the city and to its industrial areas to the south at Portlethen and Altens. It also provides easy access south onto the A90 or onto the Edinburgh/Glasgow railway line. It is a popular destination for both tourists and day-trippers, drawn by its quaint harbour, beach & coastline and Dunnottar Castle, a ruined castle which must be one of the most dramatic historical sites in Scotland.
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