One Bedroom Traditional Tenement flat with lucrative rental potential.
This ground floor flat is within a three storey traditional tenement block containing nine flats in total. The flat enters into a hallway leading to living room/kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. The flat benefits further from upvc double glazing and a gas central heating.
This property is perfect for investors looking for a lucrative return on investment with a rental potential of £350PCM. Not only would this make a great flat for the rental market but would also be the perfect Flat to make the first step onto the property ladder.
The town of Greenock is well known for its shipbuilding and sugar refineries with its excellent location on the firth of the Clyde. The ocean terminal provides employment for many different industries including the sizeable container port there and the cruise liners that dock there. The property benefits from its great location as it is a short walk from the nearest train station which runs a frequent service to Glasgow central. There is also a host of amenities near by in the town Centre such as Tesco, Aldi and Morrisons. There is also the Oak mall shopping Centre and the waterfront swimming baths and leisure Centre.
For further information please get in touch with either Lorren, Sandrina or George in the Wilsons Property Department.
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