For sale by auction ***virtual viewing available*** A vacant, 2 bedroom end of terraced house located in Reading town centre providing good access to Reading mainline station. The property is in good condition and would make an ideal letting investment with an estimated rent of £1000 pcm with a gross yield of 6.31%.
To be sold by public auction on Wednesday 11th December 2019 at 1:30pm at Green Park Conference Centre, 100 Longwater Avenue, Green Park, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 6GP
This property can be viewed at the following times. You do not need to book but please arrive at the stated time: * Tuesday 19th November at 14.00 * Thursday 21st November at 14.00 * Tuesday 26th November at 14.00 * Thursday 28th November at 14.00 * Tuesday 3rd December at 14.00 * Thursday 5th December at 14.00 * virtual viewing available
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* Reading town centre * Mainline rail service from Reading to London Waterloo & Paddington * M4 access at junction 11 or 12
* Victorian end of terraced house * 2 bedrooms * Requires minor improvement
Living room, dining room, kitchen, shower room, basement, lean-to extension
2 bedrooms, bathroom
Front and rear gardens
The two storey rear extension comprising the kitchen and bathroom is constructed of single skinned brickwork, please check with your lender regarding the property’s suitability for mortgage finance.
Freehold with vacant possession
Reading Borough Council
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