Excellent gross yield - currently tenanted at £350 pcm
Purpose created student development
Living/ contemporary kitchen area
Bedroom and shower room
City location within close proximity of university.
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For sale by Sharpes auctions, auction to be held on Tuesday 11th February 2020 at 6PM at the midland hotel, bradford, BD1 4HU. Guide price; £13,500. Attention investors - excellent gross yield. Located within close proximity of bradford university and the city centre, this modern third floor studio flat offers self contained accommodation ideal for both students and professionals alike. The unit comprises A semi open plan living/kitchen area with integrated appliances, bedroom with integrated TV and wardrobes, shower room with three piece suite.
Living Area/Kitchen (8' 7'' x 7' 9'' (2.61m x 2.37m))
Having fitted base and wall units with integrated appliances, study desk, two uPVC windows and heater.
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